IITJEE & NEET study materials pdf download

On this page you will get all IITJEE / NEET study materials which includes handwritten notes , books pdf , syllabus of IITJEE AND NEET .

IIT JEE is a national level engineering entrance exam consisting of two stages – JEE Main & JEE Advanced. JEE Main is a screening exam to select the candidates who will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced, which will serve as final exam to select candidates for admission into prestigious IITs. Every year, the IITs conduct a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) to select candidates for the 4-year B.Tech, B.Pharm, 5-year B.Arch, Integrated M.Sc. and M.Tech courses.

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), formerly the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is the qualifying test for MBBS and BDS programmes in Indian medical and dental colleges. It is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

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Study materials for IITJEE & NEET :-

Handwritten notes for CLASS-11 & 12th (science):

How to attempt NEET exam?

Most of the questions that are asked in (various) medical entrances are not difficult, but they are quite different from the perspective of class-12th Board. In entrance examinations the emphasis is on fundamental concepts and their application in different situations. The questions asked in the exam seek to test the conceptual clarity and the reasoning ability of the students. To solve them, it requires a different approach, a different mind set. Each question has an element of surprise in it and those who are adept in tackling ‘surprise questions’ are most likely to sail through.
Start with questions you are most comfortable with. If the you are sure of an answer, quickly mark your answer and proceed further. Don’t waste 1-2 minutes of your precious time on difficult question that you are not comfortable with. Even the toppers cannot solve about 10-15% questions in a given medical entrance tests Therefore, accept missed questions as routine part of exam and don’t panic if you don’t know few questions. Panicis number one killer in qualifying exams.
Questions in a typical competitive exams can be categorized into 3 areas: Easy: about 25%.; Average/Moderate: about 60%; Difficult/Tough: about 15%. The easy and direct questions make sure your selection in exam and the difficult ones ensure your merit rank. Smartness is to find & do with that EASY questions first, and devote your first two hours of the exam for that purpose. In last one hour you can attempt the difficult part of the paper, for improving your meritrank.
Candidates lose about 10-20% of their marks because of the so called’ silly mistakes’ even though they know the subject quite well. These mistakes can partly be attributed to exam fear, pressure and confusion as to what to do next and applying long methods that has inherent risk of mistakes. Though silly mistakes cannot be eliminated 100%, but even if the scoring could be increased by 5%, the resultant merit rank would get divided by half (additional 5% marks can improve, for example, the rank from 3000 to 1500).