JEE Aspirants New Year 2015 Resolution

2015 is here and like at the start of every year, you see people carry out some of the activities that are really more of an obligation than anything important. The big New Year party, the unlimited wishes and the festive joy. One such thing that happens at the start of every year is the “New Year Resolution”. Ranging from the “I will control my diet” to “I will take up a new hobby” there will be a number of resolutions all around you. However, being a JEE aspirant, and facing one of the most crucial periods of your life so far, your resolutions are sure to differ slightly from that of your friends’. Let’s take a look at some of the resolutions that will help you realize the dream of cracking India’s premier engineering entrance exam:

  1. Step on the Gas:GetStartedTimeManagement

First things first, you are not being advised to step on any actual gas, which in itself is a difficult task unless the gas is solidified. All we are advising you to do is to increase the efforts you are putting into your studies. Having spent the better part of 2 years studying for JEE, surely you want to see all the hard work lead to a fruitful conclusion. In this regard, the first resolution you need to take this New Year is to increase your input for JEE preparations.

  1. Take the Tests:Data of CBSE result

As the entrance examinations draw close, all the JEE aspirants from across the country enroll for the IIT JEE test series. This is the ideal time for you to enroll for one, as testing your preparation against that of your fellow candidates is surely going to help you determine the areas you need to focus on a bit more. Getting registered with the Kaysons IIT JEE Test Series gives you a double advantage of testing yourself against a large number of students from all over India and also getting to attempt high quality test questions based on the relevancy of topics according to the JEE pattern.

  1. Stay Healthy:Healty Food

Yes, staying healthy is as important as studying in the lead up to the JEE. You don’t want to waste your time lying in the bed when you have better things to do. So make sure that you eat healthy, get proper sleep and catch a break between your intense study schedules.

  1. Say No:Do's and Don't for JEE repeaters

With the New Year setting in and a host of festivals lined up in the first 4 months, you are bound to get invites to that party at your friend’s place or that gathering at your father’s cousin’s in-laws. With this time being extremely crucial, be strict with yourself and, if need be, also with your parents. Avoid these distractions until you are done with the JEE.

Amrita Verma

I am a MBA Graduate, Creative thinker, blogger . Guiding student preparing for JEE for over 5 years. Have worked in Bansal Classess Kota from 2008 to 2013. In these 5 years I have understood much about What JEE is and What it takes to be an IITian. You can follow me on Google

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