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Frequently Asked Questions?

 I teach to the point, what is exactly asked in competitions. I do not teach any extra point. In theory I start from zero level and reach up to the top level of competition. Chemistry as a subject requires different approach in its all branches.

·       Physical Chemistry requires Physics like approach, while

·       Organic Chemistry requires strong grip over the concepts. We all know that Concepts are limited and their applications i.e., problems are unlimited. So I always focus on clearing the concepts. Once the concepts are clear you can solve any logical/relevant and syllabus problem as per your calibre.

·       On the other hand, Inorganic Chemistry requires picturization technique as best approach to capture.

While attempting questions, in the first round you may not solve problems of all levels. So don’t panic. Don’t chase too many problems. Whatever I have taught you in the class keep on revising that (conceptually). With every revision your problem- solving ability will improve. Just before two- three months of the actual exam you will be able to solve almost all level problems. You yourself feel an enhancement in your calibre.

All the classes will be live, initially with the help of white board and afterwards on digital board as well for better visualisation and understanding. student will get the recordings of their classes at their dashboards as well.

Our course starts from the month of April every year which lasts till March next year. Initial 7 classes are free for all. You can consider them as demo classes. From 8th class onwards you will have to pay the fee in one instalment.

This is the beauty of online classes. You can watch recorded classes as per your convenience. There is no difference in live or recorded videos. Almost 50% of my students watch recorded videos. However, it is advised always watch recorded classes in a systematic order. Other rules are same.

    Try to take admission in your nearby school, where  -

·       extra-curricular activities and home work (specially in 11th and 12th) are almost negligible.

·       School hours/days are minimum

·       Main focus is PCM/PCB and

·       Syllabus of PCM/PCB is completed 100%.

After choosing this type of school, attend all classes regularly and sincerely. I assure you that by doing this and attending my classes you will never face any problem in school.Distance of the school from your house is more important, so that travelling time is least.

As far as NCERT book is concerned: You just see the proofs, definitions and problems of NCERT or any other book prescribed by your school teacher. Rest all is covered in our classes. Board doesn’t matter in competitions although CBSE is preferred.
 Chemistry for competitions is same for  all, whether you join in class-11th, class-12th or you are a dropper. The only difference is, if you are a dropper you have gone through the course at least once. Our advice is you take subscription of both: class-11th, class-12th. You can watch recorded versions in speed 1.25x or 1.5x as per your comfort. If you can manage you can also attend live lectures. Rest all other instructions are same.
All Logical/relevant and syllabus problems of NCERT, Arihant Books and IIT Previous Years’ are already covered in my classes or my books. So you need not to worry for that.

Start doing DPP problems first related to the portion of chapter taught after about 1 – 2 hrs after the class. In the beginning you can do a smaller number of problems. But gradually your problem-solving ability and retaining power will increase. Further, later on when number of chapter will increase you will have enough number of questions and it will be difficult for you to meet the daily target.

 No problem at all. “Better late than never”. If you take our subscription, then recorded classes will be available to you. So, see recorded classes along with live classes until you complete the backlog. There will no difference between live and recorded classes.

Before joining my classes go through each and every point given in the website. First watch free classes of April month and then only pay the fees. Because fees once deposited will not be refunded under any circumstances. This is not because we  want to charge you fees with the intention of not returning. But technically it is very difficult to manage the records.

Nothing is perfect in life. If you compare offline classes with online classes, then online classes have lots of benefits over the offline classes. These are

·       Option  of watching recorded versions,

·       zero travelling time,

·       you can select best faculty of different subjects PAN India and even Globally.

·       Economical,

·       Flexibility i.e., you can manage your own time table, like in school exams you can reduce number of lectures and in holidays you can increase them etc.

Some parents argue that in offline classes you interact with other students and you get an atmosphere of class. My view in this   is different. In junior classes or even for school studies, no doubt, interaction is good. It helps in the development of your personality. But in competitions you need 100% concentration in class. In online class it is possible. Nowadays with advancement in technology online classes are also very interactive. In offline classes some shy nature students don’t ask their doubts. In online classes they do.
1.    There are basically three types of doubts.
Theory doubts, problems doubts and general doubts. Theory doubts are almost negligible if faculty is senior and experienced. His/her explanation is usually good and almost every student understands what the faculty wants to convey. Even though if you have any doubt you can ask in class break. Normally I keep 5 min break after every 30 minutes so that students can ask their doubts (if any). As far as problem doubt is concerned, solutions are available (or provided) of all assignments and tests given in the class. First of all, you see the solutions.
Still if you have any doubts then those will be taken in doubt class which are fixed at regular intervals. As far as general doubts are concerned, most of them have been covered in this FAQ section or at some other place on the website. In class also I keep on explaining the right strategy time to time
I do not teach to impress the students. I teach what is asked in competitions. 95% problems of any competition are logical and simple to tough. Only 5% problems are very complex and illogical. Every year these 5% problems are entirely different which you can only crack by your good luck on that particular day& your Chemistry IQ level. However, if you are very confident in remaining 95% your selection is certain. So my focus is always on that 95%. I always start from zero level in any topic and slowly touch the top level of that 95% at right time. Right level of questions at right time is very important. If you attend my all classes (from first to last) all level of questions will automatically come at right time. Remember that simple topics/problems are also very important for competitions. In any exam 10-15 % problems    are very simple. In the lust of only and only tough problems we generally ignore these simple problems. This is a big mistake.

No. Your 100% focus should be on our lectures, assignments and tests given by us.

Too many tests disturb your routine studies. Until your course is complete and it is on your tips don’t write too many tests. First you try  to learn the subject and try to keep it in your mind. Once course is complete and whole course is at your tips you can increase test frequency. This is the reason why we have fixed only one monthly test on our time table until course is complete. There is one more drawback of writing too many tests. Most of the tests available in the market are usually not balanced or don’t match your syllabus or sometimes some irrelevant questions are put in the test which may demoralize you. Remember, We have to keep our moral very high during the preparation. Every paper should be balanced and it takes time to make a balanced paper.
(i)               Attend all my classes from first day to last day till our last class is over.

(ii)            In live mode join the class 5 minutes before. Don’t be late in the class. Each and every second of class is very important.

(iii)           Listen each and every word with 100% concentration and see what I am writing. Sometimes there may be some mistakes from my side while writing some text. Most of the time that is intentional just, to check the alertness of students. Hence, 100% alertness and full concentration are the keys to get maximum from my classes

(iv)   Problems taken in the class are case examples. They are very important. So those examples, theory (conceptually) and formula list related to Physical Chemistry should always be on your finger tips.

Never think about the results or   ranks. You focus must be on your studies. By thinking about the results, rank never improves. If you listen and follow each and every word of mine religiously I assure you, your best (as per your god gifted talent/Caliber in Chemistry) will come out (in Chemistry). All the fingers are never equal. This is a real fact and accept it. Remember, coachings, Mentors, Books, Schools, Parents etc., are those essential factors of your success which contribute only 10 to 15% in your success. Rest 85 – 90% is your own contribution. Mentors and Parents especially are inspiring factors for your success. So, your selection or getting 100% marks is totally in your hands rather than in our hands.
(i)    They keep on wandering here and there in search of faculty of their taste
(ii)    They are not 100% attentive in the class
(iii)    They are not consistent in their studies. You study for 2-3 hours daily, no problem. But it should be consistent throughout the year.
(iv)    They directly want to hit the top level of exam (like top ranks in JEE or NEET). Reach up to the top level step by step. For example, in JEE: first target to clear JEE-Mains with good percentile. Once this is confirmed, try for 8-9 K rank in JEE Advanced. Once this is confirmed try for 1-2K rank in advance and once this is also confirmed then finally try for top ranks.
(v)    Be honest about your real calibre. I have seen many students who don’t even qualify JEE Mains but they talk about 1st Rank in IIT. They watch the videos of 1st Rank holders. Top rankers are god gifted exceptionally good and very limited in numbers. They can complete a lot of books in two years. But most of the students are normal and for them it’s very difficult to complete even single book in each subject. So delete and prepare and fix your realistic targets as per your calibre. Unfortunately, most of the educators also give first rank injection to all students. At least I don’t do that. If you have calibre of first rank, then after attending my all lectures in systematic manner you will definitely get that rank. After completing the targets given by me I will automatically increase    your  dose in due course of time. But not to all students.
(vi)        They are impatient. Since competition questions are entirely different and difficult from schools. So in the beginning they don’t score good in coaching. Then they start searching some new teacher. As I said earlier also, attend all classes from day one to last with 100% concentration. Complete your assignments on time. Keep on revising the notes and the problems discussed in the class. Remain always cool. Don’t think about the results. Keep patience. Then just before two-three months of exams you will see that your best has come. Now this best is different for different students which may vary from Rank-1 to Rank 10 Lakh. Your best depends upon your god gifted talent (in PCM or PCB, otherwise every child is special and total talent in all human beings is almost constant. It’s a different matter that sometimes in whole of our life we can’t find our real talent and we suppose that we are born untalented). I never claim that after taking my classes you will secure rank-1. You will get your best if you follow each and every point given by me on website or in class.

No I teach only for IIT-JEE and NEET exams. But basic theory is more or less same for all. So you can practice some extra problems from some other sources specially written for these competitions.

If you honestly feel that you are very hard working and god gifted talented (in PCM/PCB). Then only prepare for these competitions. Otherwise be focused in one target.

It’s common for almost all students. If you select a proper school as discussed in FAQ-4, then this problem is solved up to a certain extent. In online classes you can make your own time table. When school load is high you can reduce your coaching load. In holidays you can   cover up your coaching backlog. So consistency and good management has very important role to tackle with this problem.

No doubt competition is tough. But it is tough for all. You have two choices: either you relax in these two years and then keep on struggling for whole life or you work hard in these two years and relax for rest of the life. If you follow all instructions discussed in this section, there are very high chances that you will get admission in a good college. As far as less score in coaching tests is concerned. This is also true and it’s also a common factor. 11th or 12th syllabus is 10 times tougher than 10th syllabus and competition syllabus is further 10 times harder. So it takes times.
Always remember that Rome was not built in a day. Never expect very high score in competition tests (except few who are only 1%) like you score in your schools.

Some educators ask their students to complete their daily targets in a fixed time. For example, 30 questions in one hour. I have some different opinion in this. If you are solving a problem at home at your time, first read the question properly, think over it, make concepts from it and then solve it. If you try to solve a problem in a given time, then your main focus is to get the answer. By doing this you don’t learn from the problem much. In Fact, during the course every problem is a research work for you. So don’t think about the time you have consumed in solving a problem. Once your course is complete and everything is on your tips then it’s OK. Now you can solve problem by fixing time.
If you know the subject, then it hardly matters in which format questions are framed. So don’t think about that. If the paper is tough, then it is tough for all. Merit will automatically come down. A good mental state is very important in any exam. So be prepared for the toughest paper you have ever seen in your life. If the paper is tough, then try to attempt only those questions on which you are very confident. Even in low score you may be selected or secure a good rank. Sometimes it also happens that you are not able to solve initial 10-15 problems. In such a situation I have seen that most of the students get demotivated. Keep patience. If you have prepared well then you will definitely get some simple questions too. If you are cool, then you will take your selection from these questions and if you have lost your patience then you can’t solve these simple questions too.
Though it varies student to student. My call in this point is: in every examination 10-25% problems are always very simple. So irrespective of subject in first 45 minutes or 1 hour, try to finish these simple questions of all subjects at a stretch. This strategy has two benefits: (i) Your confidence level goes up when you solve 10- 25% questions and you have put first step towards selection. (ii) You have gone through the whole paper. So now you know which part is easy, moderate or tough. Now in second round you can select the subject as per your choice or according to level of toughness.
As I said earlier also that all the fingers are never equal. Different students have different threshold. If you can study for 4 hours, don’t try to stretch it to 8 or 12 hours. Check your real threshold honestly. Maximum stretch of 1.25 times of your real threshold is permissible. If you increase it 2-3 times, then your productivity will reduce. You will be tired every time. Rather you try to improve your efficiency/productivity in same time and this can be improved by good management skills. Be systematic. 
Take sound sleep of 6-8 hours a day. You can sleep 6.5 hours at night and (if possible) then 1.5 hours in day time and divide your whole day in two parts. First half and second half. By taking a nap at around 2 o’clock in day time our efficiency for second half get increased. However, regardless of sleep, try to study in those timings essentially on which the final paper of your competition is planned.
Don’t study by keeping watch in front of you. Start reading without fixing any time. Stop reading when you are tired. In rest time also don’t think about the time. If you are honest then obviously you will further start reading when you are recharged. And if you are dishonest then obviously your selection is also very difficult.
It’s a common phenomenon which happens with almost 90% students. During a period of two or sometimes three to four years, mood swings like sine graph. It is not always straight line graph.So don’t be scared. Take a mental rest. Spend time with family when you are feeling low. Getting Success is a Roller coaster ride. After few days you will feel that everything is fine.
You can only work. Result is never in your hand. So never think about the result. Try to give your best and maximum. This best and maximum is again different for different students. So don’t compare with others. Keep competition with only yourself. One single exam can never decide your whole life. If you are hard working, consistent in your work, take your failures as new learning and challenge of life and start with more energy, don’t repeat same mistakes again and again, moderate to highly talented (in the field you have chosen), well managed, soft spoken and down to earth then there are very high chances that you will be definitely successful in your life.
No we do not provide tuitions of other classes but we have tied up with other faculties of Mathematics & Physics. In Mathematics we have tie up with Prafull Sir and in Physics DC Pandey Sir. As per our knowledge they are one of the best faculties in their subjects, yet we do not guarantee this. It’s solely your responsibility to check their qualification, knowledge, teaching style and system.  So before joining any subject you should do a lot of complete home work, as it’s a matter of your future
Any coaching institute can never guarantee for any result. An experienced well educated and good teacher should complete the whole syllabus (in simple and systematic manner) on time by giving proper time for revision. It’s purely your responsibility to convert that knowledge into the result.