JEE (Mains + Advanced)
The Best IIT JEE Tutors of Mumbai
IIT exam is one of the toughest exams amongst competitive exams as compared to other competitive exams. To crack JEE Main & Advance, shelar academy provides focused and well-trained faculty for the students who assist them throughout the course. Our esteemed Prof. Mangesh Shelar ranked 3rd All Over India in the respective entrance exam and the same is considered as one of the top IIT JEE tutors in Mumbai, which proves, he has been through the process himself and knows the process to overcome in such types of examinations. His premier coaching institute’s center of attention is to build and lay a strong foundation of knowledge for their success and provide them an outstanding platform for such competitive exams like IIT-JEE with the help and support of dedicated faculties.
Since IIT-JEE is the most popular and needed course. Hence, Shelar Academy concentrates on study procedures by conducting full-time lectures and providing sufficient time for self-study and completion of extra activities.
Shelar Academy’s special faculty team of IIT-ians which are dedicated, committed teachers presents to provide an assistive environment to students and support them throughout the course.
We offer one-to-one support for the students and resolve the student’s queries within that time. We at shelar academy clear all the queries by continuously conducting doubt clearing sessions.
Analyzed study curriculum prepared at shelar academy through sorting out all previous year question papers which guide students to understand each topic and subject in core and helps them to crack the exam more easily simultaneously we also conduct online test for the candidate to revise the student's memory and their ability.
It is considered that JEE main and advance is the most challenging exams among all other competitive examinations. JEE main and advanced curriculum based on 11th and 12th standard subjects. However, selected multiple-choice questions have taken from tough topics. The exam held is to examine the student’s capability, willingness, and skill to get them to matriculate into IIT.
Millions of candidates register themselves for JEE examinations, however, about 10,000 candidates selected post clearing the exam to get themselves enrolled into IIT. Scrutiny of the candidates is done from the first round itself to find the accurate candidate for JEE Main. In the second phase, the remaining candidates then appear for JEE Advanced, and from that 70% to 80% are sorted out to select students for IIT.
To crack and clear such types of competitive exams requires core knowledge of respective topics or subjects and accurate knowledge to find out the exact answer during the examination at the allotted time.
IIT-JEE examines the abstract understanding with the aptitude of the candidates through a set of the testing pattern of IIT JEE.
Apart from this, the 12th standard exam makes the foundation of the same to make the candidates capable of understanding the study curriculum and learn the tactic of how to avoid deduction of negative marks for incorrect or wrong answers in the exams to score good enough marks.
JEE MAIN SYLLABUS
Total three attempts were kept for the candidates appearing for JEE mains in consecutive years.
JEE mains included three papers of paper 1, paper 2, and paper 3.
1st paper is for admission into B.tech/B.E.
The student who are preparing for engineering, opt for paper1.
Hence, Paper 1 comprises three sections, including the subjects of 10th and 12th standards.
Part 1 : Physics
Part 2: Chemistry.
Part 3: Maths
Every candidate must attempt each of the papers i.e. paper 1 and paper 2. JEE advanced paper pattern is not constants and hence changes are done in every coming year, to tackle and handle these kinds of circumstances candidates have to refer and go through all the previous year’s set of question papers. Probably, most of the questions contain more than one correct answer
In this situation to achieve higher marks students have to select each correct answer if some of them are correct and accurate then partial marks will be considered and the questions left with not selected any answer assigns zero or null marks.
Two attempts in the consecutive years have been offered to the candidates to appear in JEE advanced and The syllabus for both Mains and Advanced differs from each.