For IIT aspirants who hate mathematics, Jithender has a word of advice: “Don’t ignore maths. Keep your calm. Follow the subjects, the rest will follow.” It certainly did for him.
Anumula Jithendar Reddy believes that to crack the highly competitive Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE), one does not need to burn the midnight oil. He managed to get (418/489) on to the top without really studying for 10 to 12 hours. As he stayed in hostel with friends, he would spend time with friends but was also dedicated towards studies an used time efficiently which he believes to be the reason for his success. He joined IIT Bombay (Electrical Engineering).
Tips for students aspiring to take the JEE?
1. JEE isn’t so hard. Many feel that it is a difficult exam and give up because they feel they won’t get through. They should just go with an open mind and attempt the exam.
2. Be relaxed and write the exam.
3. Chemistry plays a dominant role. Make sure you study that subject well. If you finish the chemistry section in half an hour, you can give extra time to other subjects while writing the exam.