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Is it true that coaching for students at IITian's PACE for JEE Main done with students for JEE Advanced? I've seen this question on Quora, but there's no exact answer. What are the booklets and classrooms activities? Can I compare both at https://writemyessaytoday.net/ services?

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I havn't got any premiere institute this year and also i havn't got my desired stream and its already my drop year shall i drop another one?

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Any one please post rank V marks for JEE advanced 2016

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Tests and Exams are an integral part of a student's life.

Here is a guide to coping up and dealing with 'exam stress' - notwithstanding the test preparedness of a student. We would like you to absorb and incorporate these invaluable tips at the earliest possible in your student life - as the techniques listed herewith are hand-selected and proven beyond doubt. The proven techniques, would in all respects, enable you to perform to the best of your abilities and come out trumps - whenever you happen to be in 'test/exam' mode.

The Day before the Test: The day before the test is often the time when you seem to be overwhelmed with tension and anxiety. Instead of permitting your test anxiety to put you down, utilize the skills that you have developed throughout your preparation to minimize your stress.

First, be sure to eat healthy and nutritious meals throughout the day. Supplement this with adequate intake of water.

Second, do not over-study on the day before the test. It is fine to briefly review some important content, but then shift your mind to some enjoyable activities.  Put aside some time to exercise or meet a friend, this will help to relax your body and your mind as the test approaches.

Third, get adequate sleep. A refreshed mind will help you approach each problem on the ensuing day with calm, clarity and confidence. Do not spend the night before the test studying! If you have thoroughly prepared for the test, cramming will only undermine your confidence and increase your anxiety. Please do not even think about studying on the penultimate day of your test.

If, even after following the above suggestions, you find that your anxiety is difficult to control, simply break out some diaphragmatic breathing, or progressive muscle relaxation that you will by this point have mastered during your test preparation.

The Day of the Test: On the day of the test, wake up and have a nutritious breakfast. Some might use food as a way to reduce anxiety, but indulging in binge eating can impair your performance by making you feel tired or sick.

After breakfast, do something that is soothing and relaxing before you travel to the test centre. If you have developed an exercise routine leading up to the test, engage in a brief workout. If you have mastered diaphragmatic breathing or progressive muscle relaxation, spend a few minutes increasing your sense of calm.

Do not try to learn new information on test day. Last minute cramming will only undermine your confidence and increase your anxiety.

Whatever time of the day your test happens to be, be sure to arrive at the test-centre well in advance to your test time. Use the additional time either to focus your thoughts and practice your relaxation techniques, or simply to warm up your eyes by reading something enjoyable or interesting.

Finally, promise yourself a "reward" subsequent to the test. This will be your prize for maintaining your focus for the duration of the test and for your weeks or months of hard work.

During the Test: If you begin to feel anxious during the test, use your relaxation skills to refocus your attention. Shift your focus with positive self-talk. Tell yourself, "I can be anxious later. Now is the time to focus on the test," or reduce your anxiety by reinforcing, "I am thoroughly prepared for this test, and will answer each problem to the best of my ability." If you'd like to up your anxiety to performance absorption even more, incorporate mini versions of deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation.

During the Breaks: Have a snack, drink some water.

After the exam, whether you did as well as you had hoped for or not, be sure to follow through on the reward you promised yourself-and enjoy it! Try not to dwell on the mistakes you think you might have made. Remember, that exam is not a matter of life and death-it is a test after all!!!

Good luck with your training endeavor. May you excel and perform to the best of your abilities on the day of your test/exam.

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Gear up for JEE 2016 - steps to beat the stress IV

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Tests and Exams are an integral part of a student's life.

Here is a guide to coping up and dealing with 'exam stress'- notwithstanding the test preparedness of a student. We would like you to absorb and incorporate these invaluable tips at the earliest possible in your student life - as the techniques listed herewith are hand-selected and proven beyond doubt. The proven techniques, would in all respects, enable you to perform to the best of your abilities and come out trumps - whenever you happen to be in 'test/exam' mode.

Remember the Basics: Know your routine now. As you prepare for the exam, make sure that you do not neglect your basic biological needs. You can secure additional points by incorporating the following in your daily routine.

This highly beneficiary dose of 'good nutrition' and 'exercise' will stand you in good stead mentally, physically, emotionally and psychologically. You are bound to feel charged positive at all times, especially, when your test is just around the corner.

Food: Food high in fats or sugars can cause great fluctuations in your mood and your ability to focus, while a lack of exercise can increase sluggishness and also negatively affect your mood. Here are the recommendations from WebMD that you can follow: http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/slideshow-brain-foods-that-help-you-concentrate

Water: A typical adult should be consuming between 10-12 glasses of water a day. Dehydration can cause fatigue. It can take 24 hours for the fluids to be absorbed to your system, so proper hydration a day prior to a test or exam is important. Are you dehydrated? Surprisingly, chances are, yes. Check out whether you are getting enough or not by following these rules: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/water/NU00283

Exercise: Why should your JEE lecturer care if you exercise? Here's why - exercise can:

1. Boost Brainpower

2. Melt Away Stress

3. Give You Natural Energy

And more: http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/guide/exercise-benefits

To avail of these benefits you must start as soon as you can: even with a jog around the block, or running in place in the morning, but ideally more, a lot more.

Caffeine/energy drinks: Some people are used to consuming caffeine as a way of life. Keep things consistent leading up to the test day. If you consume caffeine regularly, do not deviate on the day of exam/test. If you are considering changing your stimulant consumption to include stimulants like caffeine, just make sure what you have works now, not on test day (so no Red Bull for the first time on test-day, start now itself and get used to it). Is caffeine right for you? Research it here: http://www.livestrong.com/article/331638-the-effects-of-caffeine-on-alertness/

Sleep: Similarly, adequate sleep is mandatory for proper exam/test preparation. Be as consistent as possible with your sleep schedule leading up to your test. The more well-rested you are, the more sharply focused you will be in your preparation and on test day. Finally, keep up with your social and recreational activities. Pleasant time spent with supportive friends/family is always effective for your mental frame of mind.

Good luck with the training endeavour. May you excel and perform to the best of your abilities on the day of your test/exam.

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Gear up for JEE 2016 - steps to beat the stress III

Tests and Exams are an integral part of a student's life.

Here is a guide to coping up and dealing with 'exam stress'- notwithstanding the test preparedness of a student. We would like you to absorb and incorporate these invaluable tips at the earliest possible in your student life - as the techniques listed herewith are hand-selected and proven beyond doubt. The proven techniques, would in all respects, enable you to perform to the best of your abilities and come out trumps - whenever you happen to be in 'test/exam' mode.

Diaphragmatic Breathing (Deep Breathing)

A proven and effective relaxation technique is- diaphragmatic breathing. In a matter of a few breaths, you can quickly relax your entire body, and convert your anxiety to exam crushing focus. Irrespective of your level of test preparedness-this technique is worth trying.

Follow these steps to practice deep breathing:

1. Sit quietly, close your eyes, and make sure your spine is straight.

2. Place one hand on your chest and one hand on your abdomen.

3. Take long, slow, deep breaths through your nose; imagine air filling first your abdomen and then your lungs. The hand on your abdomen should rise with your breathing; the hand on your chest should move slightly at the end of your inhale.

4. Hold your breath for a second or two.

5. Exhale slowly. As you exhale, visualize all your anxiety morphing into attention enhancing focus with your breath.

6. Continue this exercise for 1-2 minutes or until your breathing becomes rhythmic and comfortable.

7. The purpose of this activity is to develop a process for relaxed breathing that can be used during any stressful situation to harness your nerves

Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Progressive muscle relaxation is another proven technique that can provide an immediate lessening of symptoms - related to anxiety. It is a great way to eliminate the tension and anxiety that accumulates in specific muscle groups throughout your body. To practise progressive muscle relaxation follow the steps listed below.

1. Tense the muscle groups in a particular part of your body. For example, you might stretch out your legs, point your toes, and tighten your calves. This will tense all of the muscle groups in the lower part of your body.

2. Keep the muscles tensed for a few seconds as you slowly and deeply inhale, exhale, and then inhale again.

3. On the second exhale, release the muscles that you had previously tightened. As you release the muscles, visualize all of the tension in these muscles flowing out of your body. These muscles are now very calm. Take your time to notice the calmness now found in your muscles.

4. Breathe deeply for at least two long, slow breaths. Continue to focus on the calm and relaxed feelings now found in your muscles.

5. Repeat steps 1-4 with different muscle groups. To ensure that you progressively relax all of your muscles, it might be a good idea to relax your muscles from toe to head. Begin with your leg muscles (as described above), and follow your legs with your chest and abdomen (arch your back and tighten your stomach muscles), your arms (straighten your arms and clench your fists), your neck and shoulders (raise your shoulder toward your ears), and finally your face (first tighten the muscles around your mouth and cheeks, and then tighten the muscles in your forehead). At the end of the exercise, all of your muscles should be relaxed and tension free.

Continue to periodically practise progressive muscle relaxation until you are able to quickly and easily eliminate the tension in your major muscle groups. This practice will facilitate your ability to instantaneously reduce your muscle tension on test day.

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Tests and Exams are an integral part of a student's life.

Here is a guide to coping up and dealing with 'exam stress'- notwithstanding the test preparedness of a student. We would like you to absorb and incorporate these invaluable tips at the earliest possible in your student life - as the techniques listed herewith are hand-selected and proven beyond doubt. The proven techniques, would in all respects, enable you to perform to the best of your abilities and come out trumps - whenever you happen to be in 'test/exam' mode.

What Makes You Anxious?

If you are anxious, you need to know why. List down the things that make you anxious about a given test - in the ensuing day. You will find that:

A) Doing so will make you feel better, and

B) You will observe that everything on your 'to-do' list is manageable or flat out resolvable. Share your list with us. We would be delighted to give it a look over.

You Rock! Visualize Your Greatness

Imagine: It is the day of your test and you are feeling relaxed, comfortable and most importantly prepared. This visualization technique prepares your brain to develop an 'as is feeling' on the day of your test.

Picture yourself strategically avoiding questions that are too tough, or would take too long to attempt.

Picture yourself recognizing that you have a Physics question, and that your job is to find the one answer that is most apt- given the information at hand.

Spend at least 3 minutes at a time imagining different details about taking the test. Notice that you answer each question with clarity and preciseness. Your visualization scene doesn't need to be the same each time, but you need to tap into a sense of accomplishment, calm, and confidence. Do this every morning and before bedtime. Start in right earnest tonight.

Researchers at Stanford University and University of Chicago evaluated the efficacy of visualization. They compared two sets of basketball players. The first group practised playing ,whereas, the second group only imagined practising. The players who did not physically practice, but "visualized peak performance", improved 23-30 percent in their actual basket-shooting ability, whereas the students who only "physically practised" saw little improvement.

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Tests and Exams are an integral part of a student's life.

Here is a guide to coping up and dealing with 'exam stress'- notwithstanding the test preparedness of a student.

We would like you to absorb and incorporate these invaluable tips at the earliest possible in your student life - as the techniques listed herewith are hand-selected and proven beyond doubt.

The proven techniques, would in all respects,enable you to perform to the best of your abilities and come out trumps -whenever you happen to be in  'test/exam' mode.

Proven Techniques to Harness the Power of Test Day Adrenaline: Preparation is Job One The first step in overcoming 'exam/test' anxiety is to be thoroughly prepared for the encounter. The more prepared you are; the less you will worry about your ability to cope up with the test. So, put in your best efforts to achieve your goal score, and practise frequently in an environment that simulates the real test.Know how the test works. Build a disciplined study schedule - If you are used to studying long hours, take a break at an interval of every 75 minutes. Create balance in your studies by apportioning equal time to topic areas which constitute your strengths and weaknesses. Having a mock/practice test would help you a great deal. 

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do u feel proud of being an iitians??

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nope

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