JEE Exam (Joint Entrance Examination) comprising of Main and Advanced Exams, is known to be the most challenging exam for admission to top engineering institutes. Exam preparation is very stressful for students, and parents play a crucial role during this time. Here are some useful tips for parents of JEE Exam aspirants.
Preparing for an Engineering & Medical Entrance Exam? Well, it’s always better to take up an online test series to analyze your preparation level. Here are some of the major advantages of online test series.
TVF’s Kota Factory is an Indian Hindi-language web series. There is a lot to learn from this new web series so, with reference to this, we have come up with 5 important lessons for all students which they can learn from “Kota factory”.
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The complete list of important & best books for IIT JEE preparation (JEE Main & JEE Advanced - Physics, Chemistry, Math) is available here. These books are recommended by the toppers & teachers who are teaching in reputed coaching centres.
The exam preparation time varies from one individual to another, but the start of class 11th is considered the best time to start preparing for the engineering & medical entrance exams, since the syllabus for these entrance exams is almost same as that of class 11th and 12th.
Super 30's mentor and mathematician Anand Kumar emboldened aspiring engineers to follow their own career interests and pinpointed on self-study and continuous upgrade of skills for higher prospects of success.
Nalin Khandelwal from Rajasthan had scored 99.999%. He stated that his success comes from engaging with NCERT and practice papers consistently. Importantly, Nalin doesn’t own a smartphone and he stayed away from social media.
The years of JEE preparation are crucial years of your life. In this blog post, we will try and answer some questions that will help you in starting your JEE preparation in the best possible way.
IIT Roorkee released the answer key on June 4, and candidates were allowed to raise objections till 5:00 pm, June 5. This year, above 1.73 lakh students have registered for the JEE Advanced 2019 exam, out of the 2.45 lakh candidates who qualified JEE Main 2019.
As per the official notification, the MHT CET result 2019 will be announced in online mode on June 4, 2019 after 5 PM.
Candidates who have appeared in the AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance exam have given their verdict on the difficulty level of the exam. A majority of candidates, whom we surveyed, said that Physics by far was the toughest of the three major subjects, & Biology being the easiest.
Every candidate who aspires to be a doctor prepares for at least one exam out of NEET & AIIMS. Despite being the top level entrance examinations for a medical career, these examinations have a lot of difference. So, here in this blog post, we will discuss the major differences between NEET and AIIMS.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee is expected to release the admit card for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), Advanced for admissions to IITs today i.e. May 20, 2019 at 10 am. The exam will be held on May 27, 2019.
The Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell has released the provisional answer keys for the MHT-CET 2019 entrance exam on its official website.
Here is the list of IIT-JEE books which you can refer to understand the topics and practice problems. These are the books recommended by teachers and IIT pass out students for the preparation of JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT and other engineering entrance examinations.
As per the latest notification, candidates applying for undergraduate (UG) courses in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH) will be required to appear for NEET Exam.
“The Health Ministry, in consultation with the Board of Governors in the Medical Council of India (MCI), has decided to reduce the qualifying marks for NEET-PG for 2019-20 by six percentile," said a health ministry statement.
Following the request of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, the Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar today extended the registration date for the students of Odisha by five days. The period of registration in other states is from 3rd May to 9th May 2019.
Our Subject Experts say that Overall NEET 2019 Paper was of moderate difficulty level. Physics being the most difficult of the three subjects while Biology was the easiest but lengthy. The same sentiment is reflected in students as well.