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Five Don'ts that every IIT JEE aspirant should avoid

By: R Chandrakala on March 02, 2017
Five Don't that every IIT JEE aspirant should avoid
 
Don't Avoid basics:
 
Applicants often make their perception that an exhaustive combination of reference books and study material will help them in clearing JEE, which is not the case, in reality, almost 70% of the questions are either from the NCERT books or are the question are the extended version of the topics. Aspirants should focus more on the NCERT course books and look for outside reference books only when they are through with them. Also, Class XI syllabus is also very important constitutes and a major contributor in JEE exam. Giving equal importance to both of them is advised.
 
 
Don't Avoid conceptual understanding:
 
Over the years it has been noticed that candidates prefer a method-based approach to the questions rather than applying a conceptual understanding. For starters, this might help but for an extended run, this is not a good strategy. This could trick you in a slightly off-patterned question making it difficult to answer.
 
Don't Fall into traps:
 
This has been observed with MCQ type question that the students tend to solve the question with a perspective that they have got with the mock test which sometimes tricks them in a bad way. MCQ's are often framed in a deceptive manner, so candidates must ensure that they read and understand the questions properly before attempting them. 
 
Don't Give up hobbies:
 
Candidates make this mistake a lot in a quest of giving complete attention towards the exam.  This not only reduce the enthusiasm, but also stress up the brain, and decrease the efficiency of working and reduce concentration levels. A candidate can do better if they work in a stress-free environment and these regular habits keep the mind and body fit to take the load in a positive way. Aspirants should try to indulge in the physical activities such as yoga, meditation, or anything else that suits them better.
 
Don't Doubt Yourself:
 
This is the biggest mistake candidates do during the time of preparation. Doubting your own capabilities increases hesitation and leads to lack of confidence. Always trust yourself and your abilities. Keeping a positive mind-set will give your more confidence. 
 
This is the biggest mistake candidates do during the time of preparation. Doubting your own capabilities increases hesitation and leads to lack of confidence. Always trust yourself and your abilities. Keeping a positive mind-set will give your more confidence. Don't Avoid basics:
 
Applicants often make their perception that an exhaustive combination of reference books and study material will help them in clearing JEE, which is not the case, in reality, almost 70% of the questions are either from the NCERT books or are the question are the extended version of the topics. Aspirants should focus more on the NCERT course books and look for outside reference books only when they are through with them. Also, Class XI syllabus is also very important constitutes and a major contributor in JEE exam. Giving equal importance to both of them is advised.
 
 
Don't Avoid conceptual understanding:
 
Over the years it has been noticed that candidates prefer a method-based approach to the questions rather than applying a conceptual understanding. For starters, this might help but for extended run, this is not a good strategy. This could trick you in a slightly off-patterned question making it difficult to answer.
 
Don't Fall into traps:
 
This has been observed with MCQ type question that the students tend to solve the question with a perspective that they have got with the mock test which sometimes tricks them in a bad way. MCQ's are often framed in a deceptive manner, so candidates must ensure that they read and understand the questions properly before attempting them. 
 
Don't Give up hobbies:
 
Candidates make this mistake a lot in a quest of giving complete attention towards the exam.  This not only reduce the enthusiasm, but also stress up the brain, and decrease the efficiency of working and reduce concentration levels. A candidate can do better if they work in a stress-free environment and these regular habits keep the mind and body fit to take the load in a positive way. Aspirants should try to indulge in the physical activities such as yoga, meditation, or anything else that suits them better.
 
Don't Doubt Yourself:
 
This is the biggest mistake candidates do during the time of preparation. Doubting your own capabilities increases hesitation and leads to lack of confidence. Always trust yourself and your abilities. Keeping a positive mind-set will give your more confidence. 

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