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

…how to solve any problem. Adapting according to the requirement of the presentation is not a hard task. Prepare for JEE 2013: 12th Board is Over Now, lets proceed to know how to be ready for JEE (Main) once 12th board exam is over. For JEE (Main) or AIEEE, I always feel it is an examination to test your speed rather than intelligence. There would be hardly any tricky questions that would be asked in its exam,. All would be formula based (or memo…

Management Education is only for the Rich

…till you get the job or six months after passing the course, whichever comes earlier. These are few requirements for applying for a bank loan. But, still it may happen that processing a bank loan took a long time. Just suppose a person takes a loan for taking admission to a B-school with yearly expenditure of around Rs. 300,000. So, yearly interest to be paid to the bank will be around Rs. 36,000 – 40,000 for the first year. During second year th…

Most Suitable Date for JEE (Main) Online Test

…oose Your Date Wisely AIEEE had introduced option to give the exam either online or offline (paper-pencil based) in 2010. There are various benefits of giving the test online. Like: One can 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 ev…

When Should I Start Preparing for IIT?

…ard. Even if you are one of the brightest student, it is not going to be easy to understand the concepts of 11th std, leave JEE Advanced standards. But, if you could finish at least 9th std syllabus till 8th. Then, you could think to cover 10th syllabus within months in 9th, say 4 months. Afterwards, study for a year for JEE Advanced. Then, once again start the preparation of 10th, 6 months prior to 10th board. The syllabus of 9th is based on 8th