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## Tips For AIEEE - 2009

Started by sajiv, Apr 22, 2009, 11:03 PM

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#### sajiv

##### Apr 22, 2009, 11:03 PM
Tips For AIEEE - 2009

1. AIEEE is not difficult. However, its questions do have a need of being tackled with different tactics and perspectives.

2. Focus on solving the problems on your own, while preparing for the exam. Here is a step-by-step guide outlining the ideal process for solving a problem:

a. Try conventional methods first.
b. If they don't work out, try to understand the problem again and find clues that can lead you to solution.
c. Go through the concepts related to the problem once again and see how they can be applied to the problem in hand.
d. Try to relate the problem to real-life situations. It will help you to analyze it better.
e. Consult the solution, only when you have exhausted your limits. See, what you had missed earlier.
f. Practice similar problems.
g. Devise your own shortcuts and ways to tackle particular kind of problems.

3.In AIEEE, both speed and strike rate matter. You need to be quick and accurate to achieve high scores. High speed with less accuracy can actually ruin your results.

4.Never use calculator while preparing for the AIEEE exam. Being adept in mental calculations can actually increase your speed to a great extent.

5. Select your questions wisely. About 25% questions in the examinations paper are easy, 60% are average and 25% are difficult. Attempt easy questions first.The cut-off for AIEEE examination is generally around 60 to 70%. So, if you just solve easy and average questions correctly, you can easily get through. Once you have exhausted these questions, you may attempt difficult ones to make merit.

#### sajiv

#1
##### Apr 22, 2009, 11:20 PM
AIEEE Mathematics Preparation Tips

Mathematics is known to be one of the most scoring subjects in all domains of study, and AIEEE is no different. If you have your fundamentals clear and have practiced quick-solving techniques, there should be no stopping you from acing AIEEE Mathematics Paper

Mathematics is known to be one of the most scoring subjects in all domains of study, and AIEEE is no different. If you have your fundamentals clear and have practiced quick-solving techniques, there should be no stopping you from acing AIEEE Mathematics. Given below are some tips that will take you that extra mile to success

Topic-wise tips
1. Trigonometry: In trigonometry, students usually find it difficult to memorize the vast number of formulae. Understand how to derive formulae and then apply them to solving problems. The more you practice, the more ingrained in your brain these formulae will be, enabling you to recall them in any situation. Direct questions from trigonometry are usually less in number, but the use of trigonometric concepts in coordinate geometry and calculus is very profuse.

2. Coordinate Geometry: This section is usually considered easier than trigonometry. There are many common concepts and formulae (such as equations of tangent and normal to a curve) in conic sections (circle, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola). Pay attention to Locus and related topics, as the understanding of these makes coordinate geometry easy.

3 .Calculus: Calculus includes concept-based problems which require analytical skills. Functions are the backbone of this section. Be thorough with properties of all types of functions, such as trigonometric, algebraic, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, and signum. Approximating sketches and graphical interpretations will help you solve problems faster. Practical application of derivatives is a very vast area, but if you understand the basic concepts involved, it is very easy to score.

4.Algebra: Don't use formulae to solve problems in topics which are logic-oriented, such as permutations and combinations, probability, location of roots of aquadratic, geometrical applications of complex numbers, vectors, and 3D-geometry

Final Preparation Tips
1. Focus on solving as many problems as you can, rather than just reading theories, formulae, and solutions

2. More from rigid reliance on rules without understanding (rule-oriented study) to an understanding of mathematical concepts and flexibility in problem solving (concept oriented study)

3. Master the fundamentals, as most questions are designed to evaluate the candidates' clarity of fundamental concepts and the ability to apply these concepts to problem solving

4. Don't be in a rush to solve problems. In AIEEE, both speed and strike-rate matter. You need to be quick as well as accurate to achieve high scores. High speed with low accuracy can actually ruin your results.

Master the fundamentals, practice a lot, and manage your time well, u can succeed.

All The Best !

#### sajiv

#2
##### Apr 22, 2009, 11:28 PM
AIEEE Physics Preparation Tips

Physics is the subject where you can score extremely well. In fact, it can prove to be the deciding subject, provided you find the pulse to it. Most of the time, students go about preparing for Physics the wrong way-Physics cannot be cracked by memorizing theoretical concepts or by cramming formulae. The secret to success in Physics lies in understanding the physical phenomena, so that you can decipher the objective of each problem when writing the exam. Equally important is the application of your knowledge of physical phenomena, which requires accurate analytical skills.

In AIEEE, just 35 MCQs are going to decide the fate of your two years of hard work. Try to avoid gathering superficial knowledge. Instead, build on your understanding of the basic principles of the subject. Practice doing calculations for questions mentally, rather than trying to work out the answer mechanically. Here are some tips to help you ace the exam.

Topic-wise tips
1. Mechanics: Mechanics requires a through understanding of the basic laws and vector concepts, as all problems are extended applications of these. Pay special attention to Rotational Motion, as it can be tricky.

2. Electricity &amp; Magnetism: Electricity &amp; Magnetism (including Current Electricity, Magnetic Effects, Electro-Magnetic Induction, and Alternating Current) can translate into high-scoring topics if you apply the concepts logically. Drawing parallels between electricity and magnetism can help you remember.

3. Thermodynamics: Thermodynamics needs rigorous long-term preparation; else, some problems can just leave you guessing. Second Law of Thermodynamics is the nerve of this unit.

4. Modern Physics: Modern Physics is again a very high-scoring domain, provided that you have prepared it well. The Photoelectric Effect and de Broglie's Hypothesis are the keystones of Modern Physics.

5. Optics: Optics can take you places, provided you know how to properly apply concepts of Wave Optics and Ray Optics. Spend time perfecting your understanding of Dispersion in ray optics and Diffraction in wave optics.

Final Preparation Tips
1. In the exam, there may be some conceptual questions in which you will never go wrong if you apply simple logic.

2. In assertion-reason type of questions, it is usually the most basic concepts which explain the assertion. So, getting your basics clear can fetch between scores.

3. Short-cuts for calculations and for arriving at conclusive equations are very helpful while solving numerical problems. My advice to all aspirants:

#### Rone T ray

#3
##### Jun 11, 2011, 05:41 PM
Time hours req to prepare daily.

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