JEE MAINS, NEET, AIIMS are surprisingly amazing exams. Take two aspirants Sonalika and MAYUR having the same intelligence level given the same material, same time but SONALIKA followed the strategy I will unravel while others didn’t.
The results were drastically different even after putting in the same amount of hard work. The QUESTION PAPER setters of JEE / NEET play with aspirants at primarily two levels.
BABU RAO LEVEL: At this level, the examiner plays with data-based questions, formulas, language twisting, unnecessarily increasing length of questions. This is basically a check of awareness. If you made a good grip over these areas then you are half done.
This BABURAO LEVEL constitutes about 45-55% of the paper.
BIGGEST BLUNDER + BIGGEST EDGE
Most of the aspirants revise the formulas, data, facts, and exceptions but it is NECESSARY, NOT SUFFICIENT! They either don’t know they have to revise the QUESTION- SOLUTION BANK or they knowingly run away from this process.
You will realize the worth of this only after reaching AIIMS COLLEGE/ IIT COLLEGE. It is the ultimate RANK BOOSTER. We solve questions, everyone comes across tricky, unusual, challenging questions that take us by storm but how many times we write that down.
WHAT SHOULD BE MY STRATEGY?
You should try to maintain 3 copies, one for each subject. Each copy will have only SOLVED QUESTIONS. Try to include only those questions which you find strange or which you think you may forget.
There are certain types of questions that require TRIGGER MOVEMENT. In cricket, every batsman has trigger movement before playing ball, the same is with certain types of tough questions. You need initial ACTIVATION ENERGY after that rest of it is just calculation.
Follow this strategy of A4 SHEET NOTES+ QUESTION-SOLUTION BANK and you will excel and it will shoot up your productivity.