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How to Prepare for JEE Mains After Appearing for 12th Board

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…important to take a systematic approach to maximize the chance of giving your best performance. Prepare for JEE 2013: For Whom I’m writing this article for those aspirants of JEE 2013 who are appearing for 12th board and afterwards planning to appear for both JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). This article will not address preparation for paper 2 of JEE (Main) or aptitude test of JEE (Advanced). It will be published in two parts; first part will be…

Should FDI be Allowed in Higher Education

…established a campus here, due to a large no. of guidelines and regulation. Also, many rules are unclear. Indian government is trying to pass a bill, The Foreign Educational Institutions Bill, in the parliament to directly allow 100% FDI in higher education. Right now 106 institutions are running programmes in India with collaboration with foreign universities. But, only 2 out of 106 are approved by AICTE. Indian government does not allow foreign…

Most Suitable Date for JEE (Main) Online Test

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…review and change the answer at any point of time The above process can be done numerous number of times No. of questions attempted or unattempted could be find instantly Tougher or tricky questions could be marked for review later Equal time is alloted to everyone No disturbance during the exam for paper work Don’t need any strategy for circling the answer with pencil Flexibility to choose the exam date It will save Rs. 300 If someone is…

When Should I Start Preparing for IIT?

9th Standard IIT JEE

…you should be ready to sacrifice fun for study. If you have any doubts about any of these ask me. Step 1: Clear 9th and 10th Syllabus This step is going to be of 5-6 months. In this step, you will cover the syllabus of 9th, then 10th both for Physics, Chemistry and Maths. As I have already said you can’t skip syllabus of any class and look ahead. You have to wrap up the syllabus as fast as you can. Remember, the syllabus would be completed…