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    How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    hello
    Hi frnds i m in class ix nd want 2 clear iit exams i am ready to do much hard work.how should i prepare?





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    Samiran Sahu
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Dear friend, its very good that you want to start preparation right now. First of all you browse through the syllabus of IIT JEE and get an idea of the aspects of science that you need to cover. Then you complete you science and mathematics syllabus of class IX and X, as early as possible and try to grasp the logic. Then you try detailed study of chapters relavent to IIT syllabus as far as possible which will help you in you senior secondary. Also you you can take coaching provided by several institutions like FITJEE.Regards.




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    nikhil garg
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Hello frienf

    It was good to learn that you have that fire in you to ptepare for the prestigious iit jee exams. From ix standard you can join up any coaching institute because now a days every coaching institute has started their batches from ix class. You can benefit from it as It provides you with a strong base which is very important for the jee exam because what is asked in the exam is to check your in depth knowledge of the subject. Also , you should imbibe in you the habit of asking that why dud this happen and how in every thing you study instead of mugging it up.

    Best wishes...

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    tanveersandhu
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?




    My dear friend.

    IIT stands tor Indian Institute of Technology.

    IIT exams are now conducted as JEE.

    JEE is conducted in 2 phases.

    These are:-

    --> JEE Mains

    --> JEE Advanced


    Students which clear the mains exam are only eligible for the advanced exam.

    It is good that you are thinking to prepare for IIT from the 9th class.

    The main thing is keep your basics strong.

    Focus more on Chemistry and Physics.

    Learn the important concepts.

    Try solving as much numerical as possible.

    Then by the time you will do 12th your base will be much stronger.

    Then you can appear for the JEE exam with full confidence.

    And before that you can also join coaching classes for the preparation of JEE.

    The dates for the JEE 2013 are shown below:-





    I hope the information will help you prepare for JEE.

    Best of luck.

    Regards
    tanveersandhu.

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    soumya@prince
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Hi aspirant,

    I appreciate you for your future planning that just after your 10th you have a very good idea about your future. Now coming to the eligibility criteria

    --> You must complete your 12th standard with a minimum of 50% of marks.
    --> To be eligible for B.Tech you must make sure that you go with science group in 11th std.
    --> In science there are two subjects Maths and Biology. You must choose Maths with physics and Chemistry.

    These are the basic eligibility details for you to be eligible for IIT B.Tech.

    --> B.Tech is a graduation programme.
    --> To get admission into B.Tech you must make sure that you clear its entrance examination.
    -->Exam pattern
    It will have a different pattern from that of IIT or AIEEE

    As it will consist of 2 papers

    First paper will be known as mains exam
    and second paper will be known as advanced

    Mains exam will include topics like
    reasoning
    general English
    aptitude

    Advanced exam will include topics as follows
    physics
    chemistry
    maths of secondary level

    Both the exam will be given 30% each and rest 40% weightage will be given to 12th marks

    --> Some of the other competitive exams you can take part is

    1. AIEEE
    2. EAMCET
    3. VITEEE
    4. SRMEEE
    5. BITS

    The list goes on as each state has it's own entrance exam while some exams are conducted all over India. Depending upon the rank secured by you the admission into a particular college is determined.

    First thing you need to know is that if you are eligible for B.Tech then the choice is upto you to you which branch you want to join.
    Make sure you complete 12th std with MPC as main subject and take part in some of the competitive exams and get admission into one of the reputed colleges.

    All the best

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    aklk224
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    Post Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    Hi frnds i m in class ix nd want 2 clear iit exams i am ready to do much hard work.how should i prepare?
    Dear Friend,
    I appreciate your interest in IIT.Yes you will definitely crack the IIT exam,But this is not the time to prepare for IIT. First complete your SSC (10th ) with good marks .Then select the M.P.C i.e Maths , Physics,Chemistry as the Main subjects ,Then start the preparation from 11th standard on wards.

    Try to solve as many as previous papers and take suggestions from Lecturers . There are two separate objective type (Multiple Choice Question) papers, namely Paper-1 and Paper-2 each of 3hrs duration.

    The syllabus will be the same as of IIT-JEE 2012.
    Physics
    Chemistry
    Mathematics

    All the Best

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    mdhussain.a
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Well do get seat in IIT after completing 12th you can join now AIEEE(All India Engineering Entrance Exam) coaching coaching classes or you can join after completing 10th.
    After completing 12th AIEEE exams will be conducted all over india if you score good marks in this exam you can get seat in IIT /NIIT
    / All the best /

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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?


    Dear friend,

    IIT-JEE exam has now been replaced by JEE Advanced Exam.

    And for appearing in JEE Advanced Exam, you will have to first qualify JEE Mains exam.

    For preparing JEE Advanced exam, you will have to do much hard work.

    Every year lakhs of aspirants appear for this exam but only thousands get admission in these colleges.

    In 2012, about 4.5 lakhs students appeared for this exam and only 9,800 candidates succeed.

    Similarly, in this year, 1.5 lakh candidates were eligible for JEE Advanced Exam.

    But only about 9800 candidates could bag up seats in IITs.

    For qualifying this exam, you must follow these important facts:

    >> You must study at least 8-10 hours regularly.

    >> Joining any coaching would be fruitful to you.

    >> Take every question seriously, it may come in the entrance exam.

    >> Refer some good reference books like Arihant.

    >> Solve previous year question papers at least of 10 years.

    >> Ask your Coaching Experts about tricks and techniques to solve questions quickly.

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    jbasboys
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    Re: How to get prepared for IIT exams from IXth standard?

    Well IIT stands for Indian Institute of Technology.It is the top engineering college in India.

    There are 15 IITs in India.To get into any of these IITs you have to write two exams

    + IIT-JEE Mains and

    + IIT-JEE Advance

    JEE stands for Joint Entrance Exam.If you clear JEE Main only ,you can write JEE Advance.

    Generally there will be heavy competition since students from all over India will write this exam.

    Your write now 9 th and this is the right time because you have prepare a lot.

    Studu the subjects with in depth knowledge.Your 11th & 12th syllabus questions are asked in the exam.So you have understand the concept behind each thing.

    You can join in any IIT training classes,they will train you for the exam.

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