Writing entrance exams and scoring high marks is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to achieve such a feat. These three Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2020 toppers and students of Vidyamandir Classes share their formula for success.
Aryan Gupta JEE Main 2020 Jammu Kashmir topper, who did his schooling from K C Public School, Jammu, reveals, “In my opinion, consistency is the key to success for JEE Main. It is good to put your mobile phone away for a better concentration in your studies. Even social media is a cause of distraction so it is better to stay away from social media as well. It will be good to take a timely rest so as to freshen up the mind. Always maintain a planned and organised approach for studying. Follow the guidance of your teachers.”
Gupta aims to pursue Computer Science Engineering from renowned institutes like IIT Delhi and would further like to join civil services. His hobbies include playing cricket and reading books.
Divyanshu Aggarwal, one of the top 9 scorers to have scored 100 percentile and a student of Shri Ram Ideal School, Hisar, Haryana said, “Focus on theory and concepts a lot rather than jumping directly on questions. Concept knowledge is more important than the number of questions you attempt. Do not study just for the sake of an exam, enjoy the subject and the process of getting knowledge of these scientific subjects. Do not force yourself to study.”
Aggarwal plans to focus on JEE Advance preparation and during his free time, he likes to play chess or badminton. He is also a fan of watching scientific videos on YouTube.
Shubh Kumar, who topped from Bihar with 99.99 percentile did his schooling from Radiant International School, Patna. His only formula is “persistent and dedicated hard work”. He also plains to join CS Program at a good IIT and then have a career in Research.
Seems like all you need to have is a passion for studying, at least that is what these twin brothers from Delhi believe. Nishant Agarwal and Pranav Agarwal, who scored 100 percentile & 99.93 percent respectively in JEE Main 2020 will be appearing for April exams again. The reason? Their love for tests! Both the Agarwal brothers aim to join IIT in the future.
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