BY : Kampuzz Team

Date : 24-03-2015

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Self-Study is an indispensable part of preparation for any examination. Coaching will definitely help the students to understand different concepts and theories but the knowledge of how to apply them to solve questions can only be developed through self-study. Every student aiming to crack competitive exams must develop the habit of self-studying which will not only broaden the idea behind the concepts but also help in understanding it in a deeper level.


The students should always remain motivated during the whole period of preparation; the idea of having a large number of competitors should not bring the morale down. Extreme commitment has to be maintained by the students throughout the period of two years till the target is achieved.

To start with, the JEE aspirants must first create a time table to be followed strictly. This time table should schedule everything starting from time for meals, time for rest, time for reading, time for attempting mock papers and time for learning concepts and theories and likewise.  Time management has to be maintained by the students. This can be done by selecting the best time to study, to study subjects according to their priority, taking breaks and not exceeding the time allotted for it etc.


The use of more than one book to study for the JEE is not necessary. Keeping more than one book for reference will only leave the students in a confused state. While studying, students should take down notes of all key points and the questions that pose difficulty. After the completion of a particular topic, the students must review it by going through the notes taken down during the self-study.