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# How to start preparing for JEE/CET from class 11?

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### How to start preparing for JEE/CET from class 11?

1. 1. JEE / CET ? JEE / CET , . M.C.Q.’s .
2. 2. M.C.Q.’s . - Tables upto - Square of numbers from to - Cubes of numbers from to - Reciprocals of st ten natural numbers. - Concepts of ratio, percentage. - Solving equations. - Reading ability.
3. 3. “The bad news is the time flies but good news is you are the pilot”
4. 4. ? Text books Reference books . Formulae . Units . Mathematical ability .
5. 5. Approximations / . ≈ 10 g ≈ 10 Common sense .
6. 6. Preliminaries • a0 = ? • What is ? → This is not defined! It is an indeterminate form. 0 0
7. 7. Infinity Infinity is something which is greater than every real number. It is not a real number and can not be shown by a point on the number line.
8. 8. Minus infinity -∞ is something which is less than every real number. It is negative. Which of the following is false? (a) is not defined. (b) 2 is the only even prime number. (c) Square of every real number is positive. (d) A triangle can be both isosceles and right angled. 1 0
9. 9. Constructivism ( ) .
10. 10. He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever. It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer. Albert Einstein Minds are like parachutes they only function when open!!!
11. 11. No spoon-feeding! Spoon-feeding means provide (a person) with ready-made opinions, judgments, etc., depriving him/her of original thought or action. Teachers open the door. You enter by yourself. If you can’t make a mistake, you can’t make anything.
12. 12. Contribution of Parents ( ) .
13. 13. (deceptive) –
14. 14. In Pune 24,000 students appeared for this exam and only 2% i.e. 480 were eligible for advanced. (For which criterion was around 31% i.e. 98% students could not get even 31%.)
15. 15. In Mumbai 44,000 students appeared for this exam and only 4.5% i.e. 2000 were eligible for advanced. (For which criterion was around 31% i.e. 95.5% students could not get even 31%.)
16. 16. Total intake of all IITs is 9885 In 2013, 1.26 lac appeared for advanced i.e. only 7.8 % could make it to IIT.
17. 17. Name of the IIT State Intake IIT Jodhpur Rajasthan 200 IIT Kanpur Uttar Pradesh 827 IIT Kharagpur West Bengal 1341 IIT Madras Tamil Nadu 838 IIT Mandi Himachal Pradesh 120 IIT Patna Bihar 200 IIT Roorkee Uttarakhand 1105 IIT Ropar Punjab 120 ISM DHANBAD Jharkhand 1023 TOTAL INTAKE OF ALL IITs 9885 Only 4844 for open category
18. 18. (Students’ Role) Have a goal in life A goal is a dream with a deadline. It is better to be head of an ass than to be a tail of a lion. Hard work Genius is one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration!
19. 19. Reading Habit ( ! ) Hobby ( ) “ . . , . , , , , , . , . - . .
20. 20. • Regular exercise. Commit to be fit. • Social work. You owe something to society.
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