This is very simple.
First, go with the entire IIT JAM syllabus thoroughly and download last year papers but don't solve it first. mark the chapters from where it comes and make a list of chapters which come frequently from past years.
Once you get an idea then start focus on those chapters first and do questions simultaneously so as to cover each and every possible question on every topic of that chapter.
After completing those chapters, come to those chapters which are of generally higher weightage.
focus on those chapters which are easy.
Don't be demotivated and remember coaching never help anyone so if you are taking coaching then no problem. It's only you who can clear any exam with your hard work.
Practice, practice. The more you practise questions the better you perform because solving questions helps us to have a clear understanding of that chapter and it also enhances your speed of solving.
Consider only best books related to your subject especially English author.
Clear your doubts with your friends or college professors or you can join the crash course where you can solve mock exams and can even clear your doubts.
All the very best.
The best career option after PCB is to do what you love. Only following your passion can guarantee success.
If PCB is your passion then there are a lot of options to choose from —
MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
BHMS – Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery
BAMS – Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
BUMS – Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery
BDS – Bachelor of Dental Surgery
B Sc AH (Animal Husbandry) Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences
B Sc – Bachelor of Science
B Sc Microbiology – Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
B Sc Biotechnology – Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology
B Sc Bio Chemistry – Bachelor of Science in Bio Chemistry
B Sc – Nursing
B PT – Bachelor in Physio Therapy
B Pharm – Bachelor in Pharmacy
B Sc Agriculture – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
B Sc Horticulture – Bachelor of Science in Horticulture
B Sc Environmental Science – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
B F Sc – Bachelor in Fisheries Sciences
B Sc MLT – Bachelor in Medical Technology
B Sc Occupational Therapists
B Sc Audiology
B Sc Speech and Language Pathology
B Sc Radiography
B Sc Rehabilitation Therapy
B Sc Food Technology
B Sc Nutrition and Dietetics
B Sc Botany
B Sc Zoology
B Sc Anthropology
B Sc Home Science
This are some of the courses that I could think of and there may be some more.
Whatever you choose , give your heart to it
Hi, bsc is an undergraduate degree and has many options to choose from. Also, bsc degree is not enough if you want to delve deeper into the field then you will have to pursue higher education
Coming to the point, I think that one should go with the subjects which interests them, the subject one can read for hours(years) without getting tired or bored of it.
It is very essential to look at the contents of the subject you will be studying. And it would be very callow of me if I would advise the best B.Sc. Courses. like, if i suggest comp. Sci and you suck at computers then there's no point in pursuing that course. So, look in yourself and know what is the thing you would most like to know and study.
P. S. : if you didn't get admission in your desired stream then worry not, if you are in DU, i don't know about other colleges but in DU, they give you an option of selecting any subject of your choice and if u study that subject for 2 years then you become eligible for doing higher studies in that particular subject. That means you still have the chance to follow your dream.
Both exams are totally different to each other. If you want to make your career in government sector then you should select SSC CGL 2018 Exam. But if you want to go in research field then you should prepare for UGC NET or CSIR NET Exam.
As my suggestion, you should prepare only one exam at a time so that you can focus on the exam.
NEET is a National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. If you want to get the admission in Medical Colleges then you should prepare for this exam and qualify for it.
Before applying for this exam, you must check the complete eligibility criteria.
Candidates, their age between 17 -25 in General Category or 17 - 30 in OBC/ SC/ ST/ PWD category can apply for NEET 2018.
In other word, General category candidates should not be born before 7th May 1993 and not after 1st January 2002.
OBC/ SC/ ST/ PWD category candidates should not be born before 7th May 1989 and not after 1st January 2003.
Many candidates who want to become a doctor should give the NEET Exam 2018. If you have filled the application form then you should check the complete details and start preparing now.
You should make your own notes. Clear your basic concept. learn short tricks. Solve previous papers and check your answers with NEET Answer key https://scoop.eduncle.com/neet-answer-key.
Analyze your preparation.
Know your weak area. Manage your time.
Give hard work and dedication Take complete rest and learn freely.
NEET is a national eligibility cum entrance test examination which is conducted by the CBSE. If you want to complete MBBS and BDS course from good medical colleges then you should prepare for NEET Exam.
For the preparation of NEET Exam, you should manage your time.
Application of knowledge means the ability to solve maximum questions in shortest possible time. It comprises of :Speed Time Management Exam Taking Skills Accuracy Rate Exam Temperament
Solve previous papers.
Clear your basic concepts.
Learn reactions and formulas, diagram.
IBPS is an Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Exam. It conducts many exams such as :
They have many posts in the bank. If you want a post in your state then you should prepare for IBPS RRB Exam.
If you want to check the IBPS RRB Result previous year cut off marks before making a strategy then you can check the above link.
JAM 2018 Examination will be conducted on 11 February,2018. Aspirants who had applied for the exam are waiting to download the
Admit Cards are the tickets to enter in examination hall. Invigilator will not allow any aspirant without showing the admit cards. So, it’s essential for all the aspirant to download and bring the admit card to the examination centre.
I have read about different NISM certification. But not able to decide which would be good for a career in mutual funds.
I am planning to certify wealth management course. Browsing online I saw basic and advanced wealth management certification. Can anyone simplify the difference between basic and advanced?
It is a dream of all students who completed their 12th from PCM group to study in IITs and make their career in Engineering field. Isn’t it?
If you’ve set as your success destination, then you must have the complete schedule of . According to this schedule, you can make a proper plan to accomplish your study goals for the JEE Mains 2018 Dates.