An exclusive interview with Mr. Anand Kumar: Part-3
Time management is the key to success in any engineering entrance exam like JEE Main, JEE Advanced UPSEE, WBJEE, SRMJEEE, VITEEE etc. Students can easily secure good rank in upcoming IIT JEE if they know how to do effective time management while attempting the IIT JEE question papers. Many IIT JEE aspirants also get confused about the number of questions they should attempt to crack IIT JEE.
In this video we will be discussing about these two important concerned of IIT JEE aspirants with Mr. Anand kumar, the founder of super 30. It will help students to make strategies for effective time management while attempting IIT JEE question papers.
Mr. Anand Kumar shares tips for revision notes and exam pressure for IIT JEE
What strategies students should follow for effective time management in IIT JEE?
When we asked about the tips for effective time management for IIT JEE papers, Mr. Anand Kumar suggested that students should first read all the questions of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics after getting IIT JEE question papers. They should not start solving with the very first question. Instead of this they should start solving the question with the easiest one according to them. Starting from the easiest question helps students to boost their self confidence. Sometimes, students get stuck while attempting questions from one subject only, at that moment if they are facing problem wwith mmathematics, they should move to solve questions from Chemistry and Physics. It will save their precious time and will also help them to solve maximum questions.
Should students focus to solve the complete paper or maximum questions in IIT JEE?
According to the founder of Super 30 Mr. Anand Kumar, students should not focus to solve the complete paper or maximum questions in IIT JEE as it might lose their self confidence. Students need to solve only 35% questions correctly to crack IIT JEE. After solving 35% questions correctly, they should go to attempt the remaining questions but they should not forget the negative marking.
Mr. Anand Kumar also suggested studying the complete syllabus as they might get the easiest question from the topic they left. Therefore, students should try to do complete syllabus of all the three subjects i.e., Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
An exclusive interview with Mr. Anand Kumar: Part-4