JEE Main is one of those exams that make or break a student’s career. We see so many students ending up disappointed because they didn’t get the perfect score in these exams. Admission in good colleges depends on this exam afterwards. There is no option left with the student but to ace it if a good college is the goal. This year more than 9 lac students have registered for JEE Main 2019 January Session and JEE Main Admit Card for the same will be available on December 17.

Sometimes, self studying isn’t enough for competitive exams like this. There are thousands of students who are competing along. This is where crash courses before the exam comes at your rescue where a student can learn all the tricks and shortcuts to manage time efficiently  during the exam. There are many institutions that offer such crash courses.

Edu Excel: Excel IIT JEE Coaching

In this course by the institute, extensive classroom study, comprehensive study material, regular tests, doubt sessions and tricks for speed and difficult topics are offered to students of 11th or 12th or even 12th pass. Both JEE Mains and advanced course is covered under this course.

The classes are held for complete 6 days a week till the last exam takes place. The whole course is divided in two parts. One is the stage that aims on understanding topics where students usually make mistakes. At the second stage, regular tests are taken and good quality questions are given and side by side the performance is analyzed.

Nivedita Classes: JEE Main capsule course

This course is for students in 12th or who have passed 12th and want to give JEE Mains. The course starts around the middle of December every year and classes continue till JEE Main exam. Its almost 3 and half months of extensive classes. This time the course will be started 3 months before the exam.

The course included revision of the whole 11th and 12th syllabus along with mock tests based on current exam pattern. Students spend 6 hours a day in the class with dedicated professionals that prepare them for the exam.

VNV Classes

This institute offers a crash course for JEE Mains which is of 5 weeks and there are 5 classes per week where students spend 5 hours a day in class. There are total 10 to 15 students per batch and proper attention is given to each.

The course covers a quick review of the exam syllabus along with tricks that students would need to ace the exam with good marks. Mock tests are conducted along with regular doubt sessions so that nothing is left behind. The course starts 5 weeks before the exam.

Aakash Institute: Power Course

Aakash institutes are all over the country and one of the most popular ones as well. They offer a crash course for JEE Mains that can be taken both offline and online. The course starts 2 days after the board exam. They allow direct admission based on first come first serve basis.

The student spends 6 hours a day and the classes take place 5-6 days a week. A schedule is provided before hand so that the student can keep up constantly. Weekly and even daily tests happen that evaluate student’s performance on the go. Physics, chemistry and maths are the main subjects covered here.

Lakshay Institute: Gati

Lakshay institute offers a crash course called Gati to JEE Main students which is the phase 1 of their whole course. The course all together takes care of JEE Mains and advanced as well. The phase 1 is what takes care of JEE Mains under which revision of all concepts of Maths, Physics and Chemistry using a result-oriented approach followed by test series and a Mock Test is done till the JEE-Main exam.

This course is for 12th grade students only and the total duration of the course is a month. The second phase begins after JEE Mains exam if one opts for it.

These courses will really help students and like this there are so many institutes in every city that offer such courses. It completely depends on the student what type of course he/she wants to opt for.

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