Perhaps, not just students but also their parents remain confused regarding which coaching system or institute to choose for pursuing the academic goals. So, what would be the best way to clear these doubts than getting to know the secret of success from those who have achieved the “near to unachievable” goal of cracking the toughest exam in the world – JEE Main & JEE Advanced.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted JEE Main Session 2 from July 25 to July 30 this year. As per its stats, almost around 6,29,778 students appeared for it and the examination centres were located across the country covering almost 500 cities. After the successful conduction of the exam, the results were declared on August 8, 2022. And as the tradition of success in FIITJEE goes, we were elated to see our 5 students scoring a perfect 100 NTA score.
The Student community had to deal with various challenges during the last two years caused by the Pandemic. Adopting online education, proctored examination mode, lack of extra-curricular engagement, etc were all very taxing on students’ education. After immense contemplation by the ministry of HRD, they decided that it was imperative to reduce the NCERT syllabus to ease the load on students and so that students can receive extra time for other important activities. NCERT also took this decision to avoid “overlapping” of topics and subjects that were of similar content and repeated in lower classes.
Fear, worry, nervousness, anxiety, and confidence that’s dipping and intensifying, are not strange emotions before the exam. You are not alone if you are dealing with it. The entire community of 15 lac JEE aspirants must be going through some or the other emotion. So, it’s time not to drown yourself in the stress or tension of the exam but to focus on what you should do one week before the exam.
Central University Entrance Test (CUET) - Your Gateway to securing admission in Top Central / State Universities across India!
Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is a National Level Entrance examination and a gateway for admission to undergraduate courses in various Central /State /Deemed / Private universities of India including Delhi University, BHU, Allahabad University, etc. It has been observed for the last few years that many students were unable to secure admissions to top-tier Central & State Universities due to staggering Cut Off Marks required in Class XII Board examinations. This has profusely prohibited a major faction of students from joining their desirous Undergraduate Courses. To overcome this predicament and to award students with a more equal opportunity, the CUET Exam has been introduced.
How should you prepare for the Olympiads? How to improve the probability of scoring high in Olympiads? Perhaps, these questions must be a concern for you if you are eyeing appearing in various Olympiads. No wonder, Olympiads be it, Mathematical Olympiad, International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO), International Olympiad In Astronomy & Astrophysics (IOAA), Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO), Indian National Chemistry Olympiad (INChO ), Green Olympiad or any other, all of them prove to be rewarding as they develop the foundation of your competitive career, augment analytical thinking & problem-solving skills and confidence.