Out of the 12 lakh odd students taking the JEE Mains this year, only a lakh have opted for the online testsBy Guest Author
Majority of the candidates appearing for IIT-JEE (Main) 2013 for admission to engineering courses in the esteemed IITs, NITs, IIITs, deemed universities and other centrally funded technical institutions opted for the paper pen test over the online exam. Though the IIT authorities tried their best to push as many students as possible into writing the online test, many chose to go the traditional paper pen way. Anuraag Khandelwal reports why.
In the previous article in the series, we learnt how to use the most commonly misused punctuation marks, which is the best thing you can start with for GATE 2014 preparation. GATE is not an exam that you can expect to crack by preparing from a single book, or, must we say, even from two or three books. But that doesn't mean that it's a hard nut to crack. With the right preparation strategy, you can succeed fairly easily. Just ensure you have hold on the basics. Our GATE 2014 expert, Ajay Narayan tells you just how.
8 easy steps to prepare for any competitive exam with objective questions and negative marking (think: CLAT)By Ramanuj Mukherjee
This works great for anyone, but for people who are trying to prepare in one or two months for an exam like CLAT, this is the easiet and surest way to crack the exam. Remember that this method is not a magic pill, but I have not come across a better and quicker method to drastically improve. It takes hard work, and lots of people who are allergic to systematic, strategic hard work will never implement this. The beauty of this method is that it is so easy and simple that everyone can follow it, but very few actually do so. If you are not ready to work hard, if you have the discipline needed to be successful, don't read this article any more - it is not of any use to you anyway.
CLAT 2012 was a "C(L)ATastrophe"- so claimed many of those whose dreams lay shattered. Agreed, there were glitches and the CLAT Committee was to be blamed, but they weren't major enough to warrant the sordid outcry which followed and expectedly degenerated into a farce in no time at all. In this article, I look at where CLAT'12 had faltered, analyse the best CLAT papers we have had so far, and suggest how an ideal law school entrance examination paper should be.
On April 7, 2013, over 1.4 million students appeared for JEE Main that will act as a screening examination (in conjunction with Class XII Board Examination marks) for JEE Advanced to be held in June 2013. JEE Mains (with Class XII Board Examination marks) will also be the basis for admission into the NITs and other regional engineering colleges across India. Many websites have already published the solutions to the JEE Mains paper and students must be having an idea of the approximate score they will get. But as always, the relative score matters for which Gyancentral's JEE expert Abhishek Chandra brings you this analysis.
It's Monday again! Time to take a look at GyanCentral's weekly law update, where we discuss about the various happenings across law schools and the field of law in general. GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul brings you all the spice! Read on.
JEE Main 2013: paper-pen exam - Students find Physics to be a nightmare; Math moderate and Chemistry the easiestBy Surya Ragunaathan
A little over 1.4 million candidates across the country took the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main – the first editon of the two-part entrance test for admissions to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Sunday, the 7th of April, saw pre-assigned venues across India thronged by students taking one of India's biggest entrance tests in terms of number of students taking it. It's no news that IIT JEE is the single largest entrance test for admissions to engineering and especially to the IITs. The paper-pen exam happened Sunday, and from today begins the online test leading up to April 25, 2013. Surya Ragunaathan visited some test centers to find out how students fared.
You do not need to revise any chapter/topic today. You will do better if you do not revise the theory of any chapter today. Today, when you sit idle, there will be a feeling that you have forgotten everything that you have studied during your preparations. Do not make this a cause of your worries because this is normal and is happening only because you have worked hard. Our JEE expert Abhishek Chandra tells you what exactly to do today, the last day before JEE main tomorrow.