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Can I crack JEE Mains in 1 year from scratch?
Yes, you can crack JEE Main in 1 year if you study consistently with the right plan under the guidance of teachers. Can I complete the JEE syllabus in 1 year? Yes, it is possible to complete the JEE syllabus in 1 year. Many students have cracked JEE while starting their preparation in class 12 or after taking a drop.
What is the rank of Suraj Krishna in JEE Advanced?
49th rank in JEE Advanced.
Is 1 year enough for JEE Mains preparation?
JEE preparation for 1 year is sufficient if a student is not targeting admission into IITs. If JEE preparation is done seriously for 1 year, a pretty good JEE Main rank can be obtained, which would be sufficient to secure a seat in an NIT.
Can I study for JEE in 1 day?
It is not possible to crack JEE Advanced in 1 day, you need to work daily and regularly to qualify JEE Advanced. >>
Is JEE first attempt easy?
Cracking JEE Main is not an easy task. It sometimes requires months or even years of hard work and preparation.
Can I get into IIT without coaching?
Besides, if we look at the trend in previous years and the number of successful candidates in IIT JEE, it has been confirmed that even without joining coaching institutes, it is possible to crack the exam.
Can I get IIT Bombay with 5000 rank?
For those in the range of 1000 -5000 rank, there are chances of getting a good IIT branch.
Has any girl got air 1 in JEE Advanced?
The female topper is Tanishka Kabra of IIT Delhi zone who has topped JEE Advanced 2022.
How many hours study daily for JEE Mains?
So 4 to 5 hours study starting form 11th class will be helpful for JEE. As the exam date approaches, say 6 months from the JEE Mains, the study hours need to be increased to 8 hours. Give more focus on revision and solving last year’s JEE Mains and Advanced question papers.
Can I crack IIT in 1 year from zero level?
You have to cover the entire 2-year syllabus in just 8–9 months and after that start the revision and start solving the mock papers. This is a mistake that most of the aspirants do. If you are still in school, bunk as many classes as you can and give that time towards your JEE preparation.