JEE (Mains + Advanced)
Best IIT JEE Tutors in Mulund, Mumbai
IIT is considered to be one of the toughest exams in India as compared to many other competitive exams. Cracking JEE (Mains+Advanced)needs focused students and faculties at Shelar Academy guides them perfectly. Prof. Mangesh Shelar himself was ranked 3rd All Over India in these entrance exam and is considered as one of top IIT JEE tutors in Mulund, Mumbai, which shows that he has been through the process himself and knows the ways to go about in such exams. His coaching will also provide students an edge over the rest competing for a seat in the IITs. IIT-JEE course requires more dedication and attention so we have tied up with many colleges for integrated courses.
IIT-JEE is a time demanding course and we at Shelar Academy focus on study methods by conducting 8 hrs lectures and 4 hrs for self study and completion of homework.
Shelar Academy comprises of a special team of IIT-ians and experienced teachers.Our Professors are available at the centre for 8 hours everyday to tackle student's difficulties.
Study Materials And Online Tests
The study material is designed after thorough analysis of past year question papers that help students to understand the gist of the subject better. The compilation of information from various sources is done under the supervision of Prof. Mangesh Shelar himself. IIT-JEE, being one of the time demanding exams, requires excessive practice. So, Shelar Academy offers online tests that can be taken by students as per their convenience.
JEE Main and advanced is considered to be one of the most difficult entrance exams among all.The syllabus of JEE comprises of 11-12 along with topics of higher difficulity level. The questions are of the MCQ type . It is an exam conducted in order to provide the students all over India with an opportunity to get themselves enrolled in IIT.
All over India, lakhs and crores of students appear for this entrance exam, but roughly around 10,000 students are selected to get themselves into IITs . Initially half of the students are filtered out in the first round itself, which is JEE Main. The remaining crowd then appears for JEE Advanced and then 70 – 80% are then filtered out to select students for IIT.
Clearing these exams requires in-depth knowledge of the subjects as well as proper interpretation of the question and finding of the correct answer in the given time.
However, the testing patterns of IIT-JEE and STD XII differ considerably. IIT-JEE checks the conceptual understanding along with the aptitude of the student. On the other hand, the STD XII Exam is a subjective exam which lay emphasis not only on understanding of the subject but also on paper writing and presentation skills.
The entrance exam will also provide all the competing students a fair chance as negative marking is also there, where a mark will be deducted for each of your wrong answers.
JEE MAIN SYLLABUS
The JEE mains comprises of three papers that are paper 1,paper 2 and paper 3.
Paper 1 is for admission to B.tech or B.E.
Those students who are preparing for engineering should opt for paper1. Paper 1 comprises of three parts that has the topics that are studied in 10th to 12th
Part 1 : Mathematics
Part 2: Physics.
Part 3: Chemistry
The number of attempts for the candidates to appear for JEE mains is three consecutive years.
The candidates have to compulsorily attempt both the papers i.e. paper 1 and paper 2 .The pattern for the JEE advanced keep on changing every year, for that the candidate has to refer the previous paper. For many of the questions there are possibility of having more than one correct answer. In that case, to obtain the full marks the candidate has to choose all the correct answer.If some of the correct answers are selected then candidate will get the partial marks and when no answer is selected then the marks assigned will be zero.
The number of attempts for the candidate to appear for JEE advanced is two consecutive years.
The syllabus for the Mains and Advanced are different that means there are some topics that are not covered in mains but are there in advanced and vice versa.,