How did you get admission to IIIT Hyderabad? What was your JEE rank? I'm in class 11 and I want the advice of an experienced senior.

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Tyler Booth



How did you get admission to IIIT Hyderabad? What was your JEE rank? I'm in class 11 and I want the advice of an experienced senior.

Take a look at VS Kohli's answer to I'm in class 11. How much do I need to earn in JEE Mains 2022 to get into IIIT Hyderabad? Can you explain the rigor of campus life and the location of the university?

Good luck!

Given the limits, you need 300/360 assuming your first choice is CS. Now after the pattern change, simple math indicates that you will need about 250/300 in JEE Main.

For such a high score, the advice is to start as soon as possible. I started my prep in earnest only about 6 months ago and I'm sorry I didn't start early. With my Main back in January, I planned everything and now I'm handling all my backlogs, but the 11-hour study sessions will exhaust you. Trust me. BURNS you.

So, there is a solution for that: don't save delays. Do they give you an assignment? Do it. A cha

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Given the limits, you need 300/360 assuming your first choice is CS. Now after the pattern change, simple math indicates that you will need about 250/300 in JEE Main.

For such a high score, the advice is to start as soon as possible. I started my prep in earnest only about 6 months ago and I'm sorry I didn't start early. With my Main back in January, I planned everything and now I'm handling all my backlogs, but the 11-hour study sessions will exhaust you. Trust me. BURNS you.

So, there is a solution for that: don't save delays. Do they give you an assignment? Do it. A finished chapter in your class? Start solving from the modules or DPP you have.

I went to a coaching where the tables were given a high priority and the teachers kept changing, and they did not teach anything outside of the blackboard textbooks, and the questions were also only the ones that were given in the exercise of each boom NCERT text. So I had to do a lot of research to understand which books to use and which not to use.

Since someone is going through the same thing, I advise you to use these:

Physical:

HC Verma

  • Mainly for mechanics, it would cover all the necessary concepts that are required in JEE. Also, I would recommend watching videos of Alakh Pandey on YouTube as he follows HC Verma and teaches all the concepts in it. It even solves some concept building questions of it. Best for theory.

Dc pandey

  • Now, HC Verma is a book of subjective problems. It will build concepts for you, but to understand what kind of questions you will find in JEE on the same topic, DC pandey will help you a lot. But I never used it for theory.

Chemistry:

Three books, three parts:

Inorganic:

NCERT

  • Follow it blindly for inorganics. Nothing will come close to this. Each inorganic question comes from the textbook itself, and try to memorize all the exceptions that are important and that were made in previous years' jobs.

Physical:

N. Awasthi

  • The best book for physical chemistry problems. Level 1 is more than enough for the main level and level 2 for the advanced level. Also ask the questions in the ncert exercise, as they are also at the appropriate level. The balance chapter is really good at ncert.

Organic:

MS. Chauhan (elementary problems)

  • There are two versions of the book: elementary and advanced, but for Main, the elementary problems are enough. I advise you to do only primary or both primary and advanced. Don't jump straight into advanced problems.

Math:

A new math teacher joined our training and he was a good jee teacher, so he gave us a photocopy of 6 modules containing all chapters 11 and 12. Now they are the best books, but the problem is that they don't there is name in none of them and therefore I have no idea which book it is. But one of my friends said they are mtg modules. But we are not sure. I would suggest RD Sharma objective for calculus because our teacher tells us to use it and it is also very good.

Join a series of tests on 12 to improve your score. And don't waste time behind chapters that aren't that important. And most importantly, start early. You start early, you make it. You start late like me, your dreams get smaller.

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