IIT JEE: What should be the strategy for repeaters?

…oblem. Instead, mark the problems in a way which could help you to revise in less time later. So, after solving chapters go through marked problems and see whether you can revise with those problems. Normally, you should close first phase of detailed study, up till December to January. Then, phase 2, revision by above mentioned way till 20 – 25 days prior to exam date. For phase 2, if time permits you could also use GMP or YG Files. In last…

IIT JEE: What should be Strategy for Partial Droppers?

…roach the problem and solve it after reading it. In every 2-3 problem leave a problem which is less challenging for you. After you complete a particular chapter, you should prepare a plan to revise it later. The fact is now after solving the chapter you know which problems are no brainer and which are good and challenging. Mark around 1/3rd or less problems of the topic in such a way that when you revise it even after 6-7 months later. You take v…

How to Prepare for IIT JEE?

…can follow if you could not collect so much simulator tests. I’ll discuss about it later sometime. Best of luck Addendum: In the list of the books, I would like to recommend three more books. These are Chapter-wise  Solution book of 33 years IIT JEE problems in Physics, Chemistry and Maths by Arihant Publication. These are best to solve after completing a chapter in step 2. If you like the above article, I’m giving links for article…

Performance Review for the Motorola Moto X

Motorola is back in India and with a bang. The phone company once used to be a leading brand for mobile phones in India but was discontinued. Now, through the eCommerce giant, Flipkart, the American company has made a re-entry in the Indian market and soon after its arrival, has taken the industry by storm. With just 4 handsets available in the market, Motorola has completely nudged over other Smartphone giants of the same budget range. The hand…