Aspirants must focus on their strengths, says Satvat Jagwani, AIR-1 JEE Advanced 2015

Scoring an astounding score of 469 out of 504 helped Satvat Jagwani bag the top spot in JEE Advanced 2015. Satvat, who hails from Satna, Madhya Pradesh, is now pursuing Computer Science Engineering at IIT Bombay. 

With just three days left for JEE Advanced 2016, last year’s topper shares his experience, tricks, and tips that may come in handy for candidates before the crucial exam.

“In the last week before my JEE Advanced, I focused only on Chemistry. I was conceptually very comfortable with the other two subjects, Physics, and Mathematics. I had kept it simple but worked hard in clearing the concepts right from the beginning. I thoroughly enjoyed studying and revising in the week before the exam.”

He had secured 330 out of 360 in JEE Mains 2015, which motivated him to work hard and maintain his tempo for the next level of exam, JEE Advanced.  

“I did nothing substantial days before the exam. I had fared well in the All India test series which helped me keep anxiety at bay. Though I was confident of clearing the exam, I had never thought of securing the first rank. I would suggest the aspirants to focus on their strengths. Keep practicing and revising and manage time during the examination. To achieve anything, you need to work hard.”

All the best for JEE Advanced.

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