Heard that jee is hard.
Good luck mens
Font stress too much if you study well its going to be easy
Btw are you giving jee this jan or april?
Giving it in January too just gave the kvpy exam
I attempted 2 years ago got AIR 7988 in 1st attempt.
If you are interested in taking computer science related branch then forget about getting into iit if you are not expecting a rank below 2k.
IIT Kharagpur alumnus here . I gave JEE back in 2009 and was lucky to get admitted in first attempt. Don't stress out too much and be relaxed, best not to attempt questions than get negative marking. Dont think about it too much, IITs are great but not the end of the world. All the best.
Feels good to be raised in a country where freedom with no responsibility is stressed. Id rather have it this way then to have a mental breakdown about some stupid exam that determines my opportunities. I want to find my job in life on my own time not on the time of some exam.
Didn't write jee since in UAE it's dasa. Doesn't matter anyways since I'm in Illinois now.
GL bro, if have very less time to revise. Start early and do a lot of mock tests. Mock tests will help u a lot with familiarization will help with your confidence.
have fun with tech support haha
JEE is the toughest institutionalised exam I've seen. Not an Indian but I've looked around in academia, good luck.
From finnish point of view yes.
so seems like u guys have an yearly exam to join university too, huh? seems like this is a 3rd world shit(no offense), here in brazil we have this stressful shit too, gl to you mens)) 😎👍🏿
Don't take much stress men)) . I didn't clear JEE as well back in 2008 and got admission in some engineering college which was not the best. Still, I have really good salary as compared to Indian standard . You just need to work hard after college, coz I know you won't be working hard in college. Just enjoy your college life, you gonna miss those your whole life.
Such a friendly thread. Best of luck my friend
I'm in 5th year of my Dual Degree now at IIT Bombay (gave jee in 2015). If you are sincere about it, first thing you should do is switch of the mobile and never turn it on untill advanced is over. I forced my parents to cut the TV cable connection so that I had no distraction, I had a Nokia phone where I can just call and receive text from teachers.
It's not easy, but not impossible for a general category student to get IIT Bombay. My teacher used to say ki agar last ka ek mahina bhi lag ke padhai karo toh ranks improves a lot. This is just november right now. If you give up everything till may, think about just acads acads and acads, you'll get a triple digit rank for sure. And these months are worth sacrificing to get the experience and opportunities we get here.
Also remember, life is a manifestation of what we believe what's possible for us. So first of all, firmly believe in yourself that you can get into IIT, everyday day before bed and after waking up, tell yourself that you are going to work your ass off and nothing is impossible to achieve.
Good luck :)
how's it going mens??? I've been spending so much time on hltv lately though fak
btw did any of you write the IAPT nse exams?
I gave JEE this year without coaching and I had 97.74 percentile.
This is the revising stage man just practice past year JEE questions and go for it. Keep an open mind.
No point cramming new stuff rn(for Jan one).
do u think forsaken failed the jee
I won't give any competitive exam ever in my life.
Why indians smell like onions
Medico here lul. Brings back memories of surfing HLTV wasting time not studying xD
What's up with the Microsoft Technical Support calling me now and again?
Should I be worried, is my OS really that f'ed up?
Bump lol.. how's it going for September guys
11 ke bande ko bhi kuch bat do yaha coaching ke bina padh rahe
good luck on your exams dude
Gave Jee in 2018
Right now at IIT BHU in mechanical
why are you writing this exam? do you really have the passion and the tenacity to become an engineer? Or is it because following this pathway which is also followed by millions of people in India is considered as a guaranteed path towards success and money? Isn't it possible that if more people consider taking up engineering, the demand for "engineers" in the long run would decrease especially in India?
Would you consider yourself to be creative and open-minded to hold a position as an engineer after you graduate?
Good luck. I'll give next year.