How do these toppers prepare for IIT JEE? Toppers reveal their 'infallible tricks'

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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IIT JEE 2024 Toppers Noida: The students of the city have performed brilliantly in the JEE Advanced examination conducted for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Bhavya Tiwari, resident of Sector-79 Windsor Court Society, has secured 19th rank at the all India level. Kanva Chaudhary has secured 56th rank. Arjun Avinash Shinde has secured 398th, Tanish Aggarwal has secured 411th, Aditya Nandan has secured 575th, Anurup Das has secured 1395th, Parth Varshani has secured 1841st rank. More than 50 students have cleared the way for admission in IIT by passing JEE Advanced 2024.

NCERT, JEE Test Series…how to prepare

Bhavya Tiwari said that he wants to do BTech in Computer Science from IIT Mumbai. By coming in the top-20 at the all India level, he will easily get CS branch (Computer Science). He has scored 323 out of 360 marks. Bhavya, a student of APJ School Sector-16 A, had scored 98.6 percent marks in 12th and 99.2 percent marks in 10th. Keeping IIT in mind, he started preparing for it from class 11 itself.

Bhavya studied regularly for 8 to 10 hours for two years. After understanding the basics from the NCERT syllabus, he studied from books of different publishers. He has been giving test series since the beginning of this year. This relieved him from the pressure of solving questions in the stipulated time.

Bhavya has also qualified for the International Physics Olympiad to be held in Iran. His mother Vimala Tiwari and father Ashok Tiwari run their own business.

Kanva wants CS branch in IIT Delhi

Kanva Chaudhary, who secured 56th rank, said that he wants to do B.Tech in Computer Science (CS) from IIT Delhi. He had set his goal of going to IIT since class 9. He got 334th rank in JEE Mains. During this time, he studied regularly for eight hours. Along with studies, he also paid special attention to the practice of test series.

Kanva Chaudhary has scored 98 percent marks in 12th and 99.8 percent marks in 10th. His father Vinod Kumar works in an IT company. He has reached level 1 in Physics Olympiad and level 2 in Chemistry Olympiad.

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