# Education

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## How to prepare for IIT-JEE/ PMT?/ Part-3

Problem Solving skills in Maths and Physics.

AUTHOR-J.P.Sinha.Teacher for IIT-JEE/PMT

For science/maths students in general, and IIT-JEE or PMT aspirants in particular, learning the skills of problem solving is very important.Questions and problems in science (especially physics!) and maths contain factual, conceptual, theoretical and numerical ingredients all entangled with each other.And this makes solving them tough for the beginners.That is why students begin to fear Physics and Maths because these two subjects requires finest quality of problem solving skills from students.There is no universal technique that can solve all problems because different problems usually require different methods and approaches for successful solution. Nevertheless, if a student works systematically then soon problem solving will become fun for him/her.

Thus for the benefits of the student community (or any body who is interested in learning the art of the problem solving) I have presented below a sequence of steps that, if followed, can immensely help in solving questions in Physics and Maths.

PART-1:

• Identify what is being asked.
• Make a list of knowns and unknowns.
• Note carefully the information given.(Sometimes, some informations which are part of general-knowledge are not specifically given.Note such relevant informations-if any.)
• Sketch a neat diagram or a rough graph to aid your thinking.(Diagrams and graphs should be drawn in such a way that they describe the situation of the problem clearly.)
• If you can make an estimate of the final solution (by reasoning or some logical guess!), then you must do that. Because at the end when you actually get your answer by solving the problem then you can check the truthfulness of your answer by comparing it with your estimate.

PART-2 :

• Write a verbal description of relationship among all quantities.
• Write all relevant formulae known to you involving known and unknown quantities.
• Examine similar problems to see if their solution techniques are applicable.
• Look for a pattern so that you may think upto many steps ahead of your calculations.
• You may start with a special simpler case to gain insight.
• Sometimes a problem may be broken into two or more number of non-overlaping cases and each case may be solved separately.

PART-3:

• DO all calculations according to your decided plan.
• Check your solution with your estimate and graph. Does it make sense? Does it seem resonable?
• If every thing seems fine, then you have got your solution.

CONGRATULATIONS!

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FOR any help or query contact me (J.P.Sinha)on my mobile +91 9871 222 426(it is a New Delhi mobile number).Please call only between 8.00am and 10.00am IST

Other articles of this series:

1. Part-1:-This explains how you can begin your preparation when you enter class- 11th .
2. Part-2: This explains how you can give your preparation a good finish.
3. Preparation after passing 12th board exam: I have written this article for those students who have already passed 12th and are preparing for IIT-JEE/PMT.
4. Book List:In this you can get an indicative Book List for IIT-JEE preparation.
5. LIST OF ALL Articles:-On this page you can find the list of all the articles written by me any where on the net.I have provided hyper-links to let you go to the articles quickly.

DIPTANU DEBBARMA Wednesday, November 28, 2007 11:46:14 AM

I AM XI-STANDARD student and secured 85.4% in board exam. I am strongly strugling for IIT-JEE 2009 , but still I am dissatisfied with my result as we the students of Tripura still do not get that much standard guide for its preparation. But now I am mentally prepared and I want more solidity in my preparation through your guide . I have taken study materials from FIITJEE for IITJEE 2009 and is able to solve it . But somewhere I find difficulties in solving PHYSICS and MATH problems. Please mention names of strongly recommended books soon for IITJEE of maths, physics and chemistry which contains best tecniques and direct formulas for solving all sort of problems. I shall be highly obligued thereby.
DIPTANU DEBBARMA
CLASS-11
TRIPURA

J.P.Sinha jyopra Wednesday, November 28, 2007 7:28:58 PM

Hello Diptanu,
I have given the book list in a separate article.Click Book List
to go to that page.

You can find the Short cut formulae in the study materials of the FIIT-JEE that you have already taken.
About chemistry,I won't suggest you any thing because I am a teacher of Physics and Maths only.
In IIT-JEE you need to have strong foundation in the concepts of each subject to get through.So read text books regularly and repeatedly.
Take personal tuition from a good teacher if necessary.
Revise again and again.Even if you are living in Tripura,you can easily clear IIT-JEE.The only requirement is that you should study regularly and according to some well planned time table.
Yes ! You must practice problem solving daily from those topics which you have already finished.Solve on time, all the assignments of the FIIT-JEE course which you have joined.
Best of luck.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Thursday, March 13, 2008 2:19:47 PM

Anonymous writes: sir,i have got 7 days to complete my maths ncert 12th before my exam.is it possible for me to so it.i have dont all questions once except the examples.

J.P.Sinha jyopra Friday, March 14, 2008 9:39:03 AM

Yes,7 days are enough if you work hard.
You must do all "solved examples" of the ncert.
Don't leave any problem present in the ncert exercises.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Sunday, April 6, 2008 9:19:14 AM

sazal writes: sir I am now studying in fiitjee. i am able to solve the package 50% but after 2&3 months i forgot all things .and ifeel very worst.

J.P.Sinha jyopra Monday, April 7, 2008 3:26:30 PM

Hello Sazal,
your problem is very common.This happens due to lack of proper revision.So, I will suggest you to revise the topics already done by you as frequently as possible.For this, it is better to make a long term planned schedule for revising every chapter completed by you in each subject.Preferably, you should revise on weekly basis.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Thursday, April 17, 2008 1:26:48 PM

Srn writes: hello sir, i have just finished my 11th (PCM+eco) and have decided to go in for engineering....i had some queries- 1.Is it possible to prepare for iitjee and still manage to get 95% + in my boards(delhi) as i might also go in for eco hons.....will i have to sacrifice one or the other? 2.Is classroom coaching better or corresondence?....i feel that i should do Vidyamandir correspondence coaching for iitjee and brilliant correspondencce for my AIEEE( will i be prepared for my aieee if i just study for iitjee from vidyamandir/brilliant correspondence??) 3. What is the best correspondence course for preparing for iitjee??( brilliant or vidyamandir or other)? 4. My physics and maths from 11th need strengthening...how may i go about that? 5. Which books should i read(is it necessary alongwith correspondence) for preparing for iitjee? 6. How do i divide my time b/w preparing for aieee, iit jee and my board exams?? what do i give priority to? 7. Will just good board marks get me into any good engineering college or are competitives the only way? 8.How do i know my aptitude for engineering? career counselors have analyzed my personality and have come up with PCMB but i have my reservations.... Sir i know these are a lot of doubts but please tell me.....imknow that once im clear in my mind half the battle is won thank you sir

J.P.Sinha jyopra Monday, April 21, 2008 4:38:32 AM

Hello Srn,

1. Yes you can prepare for IIT-JEE and you can still get more than 95% marks in 12th board.Because basic syllabus of IIT-JEE and 12th board exam are same.

2. Both class-room-coaching and correspondence-coaching are helpful.To some students class room coaching suits them more, while to some correspondence mode appears more conducive.See, it all depends upon your own style of study : if you prefer to work at your own speed and you are self driven, then correspondence mode will suit you more, but if you can't work on your own then go for class room mode.

3. At preparation stage there is no difference between IIT-JEE, AIEEE or DCE.So prepare well for all subjects and concentrate on making your knowledge as complete and perfect as possible.Practice problem solving extensively.And don't consider these ENTRANCES different from each other- just prepare yourself well and leave the rest to destiny.

4. Course materials of different premier coachings are almost of same quality.But you may do your own personal research before deciding which correspondence course is better for you.

5. To strenthen your Physics and maths of 11th class you will have to study those topics again in which you are weak.Solve ENTRANCE LEVEL questions from each chapter of 11th class regularly and repeatedly.If you find that you are unable to solve questions from some specific topics then ask your teacher to teach those topics to you again.

6. Without entrance exams you can't get admission into any good Engineering College. Yes you must score atleast 60% marks in 12th board too.
BITS-Dubai gives admission on marks basic.

7. Ask to your self: "Do I like doing science?", "Do I want to understand how things work the way they do?","Do I love solving problems by applying my knowledge of nature?".

Unregistered user Monday, April 21, 2008 4:53:21 AM

Anonymous writes: sir, i'm an iit aspirant and cl-12 student... i can grasp topics very easily and can also solve problems the day i study them but if i don't revise the topic 3-4 times then i forget evrything and have to start afresh... i've tried revising regularly but it takes up all the time with no time left for covering new topics.. please help...

J.P.Sinha jyopra Tuesday, April 22, 2008 4:47:12 AM

Hello,
your problem is very common.Many students face this.But actually it is not any defect of your memory.
Often, I have seen, those who are undergoing a phase of low self confidence are highly susceptible to thinking that they have forgotten what they studied some-time back.
This low self confidence mostly arise because of the fear of failure.When you get too much attached with the positive result of your action (in your case, action is STUDYING, and positive result is QUALIFYING IIT-JEE) you also un-knowingly start fearing that may be you are not doing enough to attain your goal.This initiates a series of chain reactions in your brain which finally leads to low self confidence.So remember the teachings of BHAGBAD-GITA: just do your KARMA, don't care about its RESULT.Your destiny will find you, you just keep doing your KARMA.
Believe me, if you study any topic sincerely, its memory remains saved in your mind for a long time provided you kept in touch with that topic actively by practicing questions and revising it at healthy interval.So the feeling that you have forgotten is a deception.
When ever you feel like this about any topic, my suggestion to you is as written below:
Best of Luck
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Monday, April 28, 2008 9:49:06 AM

Srn writes: Hello sir, i am a student of class 12 with PCM and economics....i am preparing to get into a reputable college for my eco hons(thus my board marks cannot suffer) but am also preparing to get into an engineering college(preferably DCE).i have thought of taking correspondence for AIEEE from brilliant and tuitions for my CBSE....but many of my friends are suggesting that i prepare for IITjee in order to get a good rank in AIEEE....is there any sense in this? how may i prepare for my boards as well as DCE/BITS? Will my boards suffer if i try to attempt to do the iitjee course in one year along with my boards? Is here any need for me to study the IITjee level for DCE or something? how do i go about my preparation???sir i am very confused...i do not want to mess up my boards but i want to get into DCE/BITS as well(are there any other good engineering colleges other than the IITs?). please help... thanking you, Srn

J.P.Sinha jyopra Tuesday, April 29, 2008 2:09:21 PM

I think, I have already replied to your queries relating to the same dilemma in your mind.
Don't think much.
Just Work hard.
Your main aim is to get high marks in Board Exam. So first finish your basic NCERT syllabus as quickly as possible , then, if you get spare time left, you may practice problem solving for IIT-JEE/AIEEE/DCE/...et al.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Friday, May 9, 2008 4:39:53 AM

Anonymous writes: i want to know which is better resnik halliday walker or krane and why?

J.P.Sinha jyopra Friday, May 9, 2008 5:00:40 AM

I have not seen Krane.So I can't comment on its quality.However Resnik & Halliday is a good book.

mathewjose Friday, May 9, 2008 9:22:02 AM

hello sir, iam a student from a cbse school in kerala. iam very much confused about my preparation.will one year be enough for iit-jee iam entering 12th this month.iam feeling like i have wasted a whole year.
i think this all happened because i chose too many books. now i think iam very weak in concepts of maths and physics. iam ok at chemistry.(almost)
also i cannot do problems on my own always iam thinking iam not good at concepts. will i be able to qualify iit-jee with these problems, in one year. i have joined brilliant tutorials correspondance rececntly.

plz help me

mathew

Unregistered user Saturday, May 10, 2008 5:55:21 AM

Anonymous writes: how to prepare for BITS exam? What are the marks required so thatt we can choose the field we like

J.P.Sinha jyopra Saturday, May 10, 2008 4:17:35 PM

Hello,
look at the syllabus of BITS Pillani Entrance closely.
Practice extensive problem solving from guides regularly.
That is it.Very Simple!
If you practice well and have good command over the fundamentals then you will certainly get good rank.Getting good rank(above 200)will ensure good field for you.
You must remember one thing however- engineering career does not ends with Computer Engineering.There are other fields too which are as good as(or even better than!)computer engineering.So explore well before choosing a field.
J.P.Sinha

mathewjose Sunday, May 11, 2008 8:17:55 AM

hello sir, iam a student from a cbse school in kerala. iam very much confused about my preparation.will one year be enough for iit-jee iam entering 12th this month.iam feeling like i have wasted a whole year.
i think this all happened because i chose too many books. now i think iam very weak in concepts of maths and physics. iam ok at chemistry.(almost)
also i cannot do problems on my own always iam thinking iam not good at concepts. will i be able to qualify iit-jee with these problems, in one year. i have joined brilliant tutorials correspondance rececntly.

plz help me and give me an advice

mathew

J.P.Sinha jyopra Tuesday, May 13, 2008 11:49:36 AM

Hello Mathew,
one year, if utilized wisely, is enough to prepare for IIT-JEE.
First of all you should examine the reasons behind your inability to solve problems in physics and maths. May be you have not read the basic text properly. You should first of all try to read all the chapters well from some basic text book (e.g. NCERT or any other).This will take around 4 to 5 months.If you are unable to do this on your own then you may get personal tuition.If good personal tuition is not available at your place of living then you can come to Delhi to take personal classes from me.While reading basic text books you should do all the solved and unsolved problems contained in the text book.
After completing the basic syllabus you should go for problem practice from Arihant or MTG publication guides.
Problems present in the study material of Brilliant Tutorials should also be solved routinely.
Best of luck,
J.P.Sinha

mathewjose Thursday, May 15, 2008 4:53:45 AM

dear sir,
can u tell me more about ur tution classes at delhi?

J.P.Sinha jyopra Friday, May 16, 2008 3:48:13 AM

Hello Mathew,
I give personal tuition to students preparing for IIT-JEE/PMT. I don't believe in the concept of group coaching, hence I teach students individually only.I teach Physics and Maths.If you can come to Delhi for two and a half months then I will finish your entire syllabus of 12th or 11th (but not both, for finishing both 11th and 12th I need 3.5 months) during that time. For my fees and other details please call me at my mobile in between 9 am to 11 am.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Thursday, May 22, 2008 3:35:30 PM

Anonymous writes: sir, i have completed my 12th just now and wrote iit jee and aieee i am confident of securing a good rank in aieee but i would like to attempt jee the next year joining the nits i don't know how to start iam good in physics and chemistry but very poor in maths can you give me a plan of how to prepare? what books can i work out in all subjects please replz soon

J.P.Sinha jyopra Thursday, May 22, 2008 4:12:23 PM

Hello,
you think that you are poor in maths.I would like to know- in what ways? Do you have problem with the basic concepts or your concepts are ok? If your concepts are weak then you need to take personal tuition from some good maths teacher. And if your concepts are ok and you just have problems in solving questions then you need to go in for intensive problem solving. You can use books written by K.C.Sinha (student's friend publication) for getting a good start in solving problems in maths.
Once you finish the text books, you should do more questions from IIT-Guides and Magazines.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Thursday, May 22, 2008 4:58:40 PM

Anonymous writes: sir, thank you for the reply. but can you tell me a general plan for all the three subjects i may follow.from your reply i learnt that i should do more problems for maths plz reply

Unregistered user Thursday, May 22, 2008 8:01:30 PM

Anonymous writes: sir,i'm dng my plus two now.next yr i'm planning to write iit entrance. could you pls recommend th best material available in market.. regards devi...

Unregistered user Thursday, May 22, 2008 8:02:10 PM

Anonymous writes: sir,i'm dng my plus two now.next yr i'm planning to write iit entrance. could you pls recommend th best material available in market.. regards devi...

J.P.Sinha jyopra Monday, May 26, 2008 1:05:00 PM

Hello Devi,
see the article BOOK LIST written by me clicking at its link below the article above.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Monday, May 26, 2008 3:21:20 PM

Anonymous writes: which is the best correspondent and preparation material for PMT test?

Unregistered user Thursday, May 29, 2008 7:02:46 AM

Anonymous writes: sir, i am currently a class 12 student and will be appearing for my boards this year...im very keen on geting into a good engg college like DCE,BITS and IIT but am worried that i will not be able to finish the course and get a good rank in one year.....ive also joined narayana so my time to study on my own is very less...please sir can you give me an idea of how to go about my preparation for them in ONE year? Currently i refer to HC verma, TMH for iit(maths), and ntn for chem(can u suggest?).....i also get frequent doubts in maths...wat is the best and least time consuming way to clarify them?

J.P.Sinha jyopra Friday, May 30, 2008 1:47:38 PM

Hello,
if you put in sincere hard work then you can definitely cover your syllabus in one year.Main thing is your determination to get success- if your determination is strong then you will work hard.Always remember there is no short cut to success.So work hard.
Since you are already taking coaching from NARAYANA so you should follow their plan. Do all assignments in time. Practice, practice and practice... till you become perfect.Books you are using are good.
Yes, for self study make your own plan and strictly follow it.
Best of luck.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Saturday, May 31, 2008 1:56:31 PM

Anonymous writes: hello sir, i am sumanth.i am going to plus one.so can u tell me the necessary tips so that i could go through the IIT-JEE exam.

J.P.Sinha jyopra Sunday, June 1, 2008 11:18:37 AM

Hello Sumanth,
please read all my articles for the necessary tips.I have provided the link of all those articles in the end of the above article.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Sunday, June 8, 2008 7:15:29 PM

Anonymous writes: hello sir i have just passed my class 10th examination... i have secured 67.4% in Cbse board exam(coz i suffered from typhoid and family problems) i want to do iit jee and Aieee i just want to ask that if i study for iit than will i be able to give exam for aieee... i heard that if i prepare my best for iit jee than Aieee and SEEE will become more easier is it true?? plzz suggest me what to do?? should i do AIEEE or IIT??

J.P.Sinha jyopra Tuesday, June 10, 2008 5:00:46 PM

Hello,
at this moment you should only concentrate on your NCERT level syllabus.And you should try to finish the basic syllabus as quickly (say,in 4 months) as may be possible for you.
After that you can solve entrance level questions from some good guide book.
There is not much difference betweem the syllabus of IIT-JEE or other engineering entrance and that of 11th-12th.Yes, the questions asked in entrance exams are more complicated than those of school exams.And to tackle them you need to do practice-practice and more practice.
Even though your marks in 10th is not very high but it is OK.I have seen people with less than 70% marks in boards and who qualified for IIT-JEE.So forget about your 10th marks now and concentrate on your 11th syllabus.You too can qualify in IIT-JEE if you study sincerely.
At preparation level there is now not much difference between IIT-JEE and AIEEE or any other entrance exam.So don't waste your time in worrying about useless things.Just do your duty of studying honestly and sincerely.
Best of luck
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Wednesday, June 11, 2008 2:54:10 PM

Anonymous writes: Dear sir, Your replies are really great. i have just entered class 12th and attend a coaching institute as well.my timings are from 9-4.30pm+1.5 hrs travelling.could you please suggest a study pattern that i must follow,focusing on what topics in maths and physics to secure a good seat in IIT.i grasp things quicly and am a bright student but whenever i sit to study,due to improper time management and bad planning,i get disheartened and hence lose focus.also could u please advice me how much time shuld i spend on each subj and how many hours of study a day are reqd to get thru IIT. the books i have are: MATHS:Tata Mcgraw Hill,NCERT,problems in mathematics by Sk Goyal(IITJEE} PHYSICS:HC Verma Vol 1 and 2,D C Pandey vol 1 and 2,Resnick and Halliday,S L Loney statics and mechanics and Irodov i also have a subscription to MTG maths and physics magazines. Please tell me which book to study majorly and if any more books. i did not study much seriously in 1st year so i want to totally focus this year.Your reply will be extremely important, Sushant

J.P.Sinha jyopra Wednesday, June 11, 2008 5:42:27 PM

Hello Sushant,
I will only suggest you to make your will power as strong as may be possible for you.Because to work hard continuously you need to have a very strong will power.This year is very important for you.So you should study sincerely and regularly.
Since you are already taking a coaching for IIT-JEE, so you should follow the study plan of your coaching, for utilizing the teachings of your coaching to the fullest.
Don't study from too many books.Use one or atmost two books in any subject.Try to understand the concepts thoroughly.
Give importance to practicing question solving.

Links to all those articles are present at the end of my above article.

J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Saturday, June 14, 2008 7:16:58 AM

Vikram writes: Hello Sir Im in 12th now. Will preparing from the Arihant series in Mathematics such as Algebra, Trigonometry,.... etc, be enough for Mathematics for IIT JEE? Also in Physics, does Irodov have to be solved??? As many of the ex students have told that, that book is of a higher level and hence isn't required? I currently use Arihant problems in phyics, HC Verma, Obejectice Physics(Arihant).

J.P.Sinha jyopra Sunday, June 15, 2008 7:06:13 AM

Hello Vikram,
books you are using are ok.
Practice well so that your problem solving skills are refined.
Give importance to concept building.Because strong grounding in concepts are important to solve the questions asked in IIT-JEE.
J.P.sinha

Unregistered user Monday, June 16, 2008 5:04:46 PM

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Unregistered user Monday, June 16, 2008 5:12:46 PM

ramesh writes: Hello Sir, i am an iit aspirant , i have achieved 94.5% marks in icse board 2008 sir i am confused which books are the best for studying physics, maths, chemistry.i even want to know is briiliant study material or fiit jee study material better?. Sir please send me the lists of the books that are very useful for preparing for iit-jee 2010.

J.P.Sinha jyopra Monday, June 16, 2008 5:40:03 PM

Hello Ramesh,
please go to BOOK LIST page to find names of some good books.
Study materials of all good coaching are generally good.
But it is better to first finish the basic syllabus(NCERT level) before joining any coaching.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Tuesday, June 24, 2008 11:34:51 AM

Anonymous writes: Dear sir, i am from andhra pradesh.i am from icse syllabus and i have completed my 10th with 88.85%.in icse sylabus we dont have many topics like modulus,progressions,etc.in mathematics.In chemistry i m very comfortable. i m facing some difficulty in problem solving in physics.i m feeling comfortable with theory but when it comes to problem solving i am facing some problem.Even the same thing with maths. Till tenth i used to do maths very well and i used to get not less than 90 marks but now i m feeling frustrated when i m not able to solve some critical problems.In our state we have many iit foundation course institutions which give foundation in 8th,9th and 10th standards.the students who have attend these foundation courses are taught all the concepts of iit maths and other things so they are able 2 solve those problems comfortably.I am feeling very emberassed when i see my frnds solving those problems.plz kindly help me sir!!!what shall i do?

J.P.Sinha jyopra Thursday, June 26, 2008 4:10:48 AM

Hello,
in the beginning many students face this kind of problem.To master the skill of problem solving you should first thoroughly read the basic concepts well.Then you should carefully study plenty of solved examples.And then start by solving easy questions first.Slowly and gradually you should rise the toughness-level of the questions.Never solve the toughest question at the very start.Solving many easier questions in the beginning will give your mind confidence and practice that will be helpful to you when you solve tough questions.
J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Wednesday, July 2, 2008 4:14:24 PM

Sriram writes: Dear Sir, I am Sriram from Chennai. i am now in my 12th and i want to start studying seriously for iit jee. Do you think 8 months is enough? i am really worried. The books i use are: 1. maths- rd sharma, tmh, problems in maths by sk goyal,arihant-objective maths. 2. physics- irodov(i don't use it very often), d.c pandey series. 3. chemistry- dr. jagdhambha singh-organic chemistry, arihant physical chemistry i get tensed up if iam not able to solve a problem. i also get postal course from brilliant tutorials and i attend classes from three different professors for each subject. i am ok with physics and i struggle a bit with math and i hate organic chemistry. could you please give me a rough plan of how i study everyday? Please help me sir! i really need your help.

Unregistered user Wednesday, July 2, 2008 4:23:10 PM

Sriram writes: Dear Sir, Sriram again. i want to add that i spend an average of 3 hrs on coaching classes per day. in maths, in certain problems, i am not able to identify simple methods of simplifications and i really get tensed and i lose confidence and get into a bad mood for the next few days. what can i do to avoid this? also in math and physics i am able to solve a good amount of objective type problems but i really struggle with subjective ones. Could you give me your valuable advice? Sriram

Unregistered user Wednesday, July 2, 2008 4:27:44 PM

Anonymous writes: three cheers for sir!!!!!!!:up: :up: :up: :up: :up: :up: :up: :up: :up:

J.P.Sinha jyopra Thursday, July 3, 2008 6:29:52 AM

Thanks for the cheers.

Hello Sriram,

You should revise the basics in maths properly. Read solved examples carefully before doing any exercise of maths.
Any competitive exam demands an aspirant to show tough mettle. So losing confidence is something that you should avoid.
I am not in a position to offer you any more study plan than I have already written in the Part-1 and Part-2 of my articles, because one study plan is not suitable for all students.So you should, with the the help of your teachers, make your own study plan that suits your style of study.
Best of luck

J.P.Sinha

Unregistered user Thursday, July 3, 2008 8:19:37 AM

siya writes: hello sir, i am studying in class 11th in delhi.i got 90% in 10th. i am taking tutions for PCM,but do i need to join any coaching institute as when i'll join that i won't b able to devote time for school and for coaching institute.Also i want score good marks in class 12th so if i don't qualify in iit or any other exam then i can take admission in college of my choice.Also is iit and bits the only option for engineering colleges.Please suggest some practices how can i score well?Is book by Pradeep good for physics?Is there a need to have any extra book for maths? Regards

Unregistered user Thursday, July 3, 2008 8:23:20 AM

siya writes: heeloo sir, U hvn't responded to my answer. Plz do so

Unregistered user Thursday, July 3, 2008 10:19:07 AM

Sriram writes: thank you very much sir Sriram

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