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Mayuresh Group Title

Is it possible to crack IIT in one year plz help I am fully stressed out now :(... And I also wanted to ask are there people who crack iit in one year preparation that also with a good rank ???? Plz help feeling very sad for wasting so much time because people have already started their preparation and I am lacking behind them :'(

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  1. AravindG Group Title
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    not one year one day is enough :)

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  2. AravindG Group Title
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    believe me 1 year is more than enough

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    you just need to put the effort

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    You will get it, dont stress!

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    If you believe in yourself its surely possible. Just like Po does Wuxi Finger hold at the first attempt without any practice.

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    @abdul_shabeer kung fu panda ?

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    @AravindG Yes

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    haha joking :P

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    If you are determined to do so you will definitely win. Never EVER insist on rote memorization.Its worse than useless.Use books like Concepts of Physics by Harish Chandra Verma. some times you will get that "AHA!I got that concept now" feeling.Slowly you will start to enjoy the subject and will become good at applying the principles to problems.DO NOT MUG.Some books have "Elite" Formulas for all the questions.If the value is this,use this equation..If it is M1>M2 use this...etc...Dont fall for that trap.I have seen a coaching institute's study material on newtons laws,which was full of particular formulae to use at different different situations..why should you mug that?if you know the most basic concept,Newton's second law that is,you can instantly derive that.Since time management is a case of concern for JEE you must give ample time for practice.Because knowledge without knowing how and where to apply it is useless. All the wishes for you.

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    http://www.gutenberg.org/files/30309/30309-h/30309-h.htm

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