Cracking the IIT Code

 Who says there is some rocket science to it?

IITs – the most prestigious Indian institutes; sometimes compared to the Harvards and MITs of the world. Their entrance exam considered one of the hardest entrance exams at undergrad level in the world. But is it really that hard to get into them. No doubt, number of students applying is much more than the available seats but how many of them are serious applicants. And, ultimately it is simple Math, Physics and Chemistry with some little tweaks thrown here and there.

Understand better

There is no substitute for better understanding of concepts. Entrance exams like JEE test you on your understanding rather than how well you have mugged up and it is important for you to not just be a book worm. In everything you learn – art, sports or education – after an initial guidance you need to apply your own brain to create new things to succeed but in studies students tend to forget this very basic rule of creativity. They tend to neglect that academics is also an art and to succeed they need to first build upon their fundamentals. In case the foundation is not strong, the building is bound to fall. And this is the reason behind most criticism of coaching classes – a coaching can help you to streamline your studies but ultimately it is a student himself who needs to understand that spoon-feeding is not the thing for which he is in the coaching. Getting completely dependent on the coaching class and not applying your brains may jeopardize the chances of getting through such exams. Innovation is the key to success and being a zombie may bring you success once or twice but finally, you are bound to fail.

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