Smart study tips
- June 14, 2016
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- Category: IIT-JEE Coaching
I’ve not been out of the entire “11th-12th phase” for a long time myself, and I can vouch for the fact that we’re all gutsy. It does take loads of you to literally give up on two years of your life to three subjects, only. Its daring to let Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics be the only subjects of discussion, gossip, studying, eating, drinking and almost everything. But then, having gone through it myself, I guess I can help you out with something atleast.
The first, and the most important factor affecting and deciding the fate of your future is your new temple aka your institute.
A tiny tale from my life, here. When I had to choose one for myself, I was confused, like everyone else. And then someone gave me an amazing insight. We all are aware of the amazingly high scorers of some institutes. However, do we know about the ones that scored less? The ratio of students faring well and not even qualifying is HUGELY differed. Now if I only know the brighter side of a place, it looks all rosy. But only after you enter it do you realise there are thorns, more than the roses.
So, basically I settled for Disha Classes after having analysed this success to failure ratio and if you go by my word, its actually the best here.
Now, coming to the study schedule. Again, following one particular curriculum is always the best way to study. I’m unsure how well time tables work for others, they never worked for me. I mean, I almost made them to break them, more like resolutions. I’d table down 12 hours of study and end up staring at the walls for a major part of this time. But then, assigning work to days instead of hours solved my problem. No, actually the faculty at Disha classes solved my problem. They were more like a set of ‘more understanding parents’. You can actually go up to these life mentors and seek help to anything you want.
The daily targets actually let me stare into my books more than the walls and just somehow managed to make me study hard enough. Daily targets work well. Set a realistic goal that’s not too easy nor too difficult, and go for it.
Next up is don’t lose hope. We all have low days right? Days when life refuses to make sense and when you just want to somehow run away from whatever is happening. I might have given up after every bad exam, every poor result, every scolding, every low day had it not been for the motivating speeches from some amazing mentors at Disha Classes. From making sure you don’t lose hope, to being there when you do, there’s no way hopelessness or demotivation can cause a glitch in your study schedule. And that’s exactly how it should be.
And lastly revise. That’s the key to successful completion of the two years. Its easier to keep cleaning your room regularly than doing it in one go after its a huge heap of crap. Pretty much with subjects. Revision not only let’s you solve all assignments on time and get a better understandanding of the topics, but also prevents the heap that might refuse to leave otherwise. Revise regularly, get your doubts cleared and you’ll be all fine.
I really hope this helped you a tad bit in deciding things for yourself. Feel free to ask, tell, inform, correct, share anything you’d like.