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Common Preparation Mistakes of JEE/NEET

Common Preparation Mistakes of JEE/NEETThe Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), held to select students for engineering and architecture courses, and National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), conducted to shortlist students for medical courses, are both tough to crack. It is essential to work hard to crack these exams. However, many students aren’t able to get through even when they put in a good amount of effort. This is because they make certain mistakes while preparing. Here are a few common preparation mistakes of JEE/ NEET:

  1. Not Enough Revision

Career in Medical Field

Career in Medical FieldA career in Medical field is highly respected not only in our country but all around the world. Doctors and other medical practitioners are much in demand. The demand for these professionals is rising by the day owing to the increasing number of health hazards these days. If you are planning to pursue a career in this field you can be sure that there would never be a downfall in the same.

If you are one of those who thinks that you can only become a doctor after pursuing a medical course then you are absolutely wrong. There are a whole lot of other interesting opportunities in the medical field. Here is a brief look at some of these:

Entry to GMC Seats through NEET

Entry to GMC Seats through NEETNational Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) replaced AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test) last year. You all may already be aware that NEET is held to select students for MBBS and BDS courses in private and government medical colleges throughout the country. Now, the latest is that for Goa Medical College (GMC) this entrance test will also be a way of screening candidates for postgraduate and diploma courses from 2017.

The Goa government amended the Goa Rules, 2004 to welcome this change. Rule 3 of the amended rule states that, “The order of merit for admission to post-graduate degree/diploma courses shall be based on state-wise merit secured by the eligible applicants at NEET-PG examination for the concerned academic year”.

Interesting Facts about Mathematics

Interesting Facts about MathematicsMathematics is one subject that students either love or hate. Some students find it extremely difficult while others find it quite easy. Maths is all about formulas and concepts. If you have the basics right, you will find it easy and would be able to solve all the problems swiftly. As you understand, learn and explore this subject, you will also begin to find it more and more interesting. Here are few really interesting facts about mathematics.

  1. Do You Know What Comes After a Trillion?

How to Study Smart not Hard?

How to Study Smart not HardThe competition has grown quite tough these days. Whether you are appearing for your usual CBSE exams, board exams or competitive exams, it is essential to prepare thoroughly to secure good marks. In today’s times merely working hard does not help. You may rather end up feeling tired and exhausted if you push yourself to the limit. They key is to play smart. Here are a few techniques to study smart:

  1. Go by a Schedule


IIT JodhpurThe Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur (IIT J), situated in Jodhpur, Rajasthan was established in the year 2010. It is among the eight Indian Institutes of Technology set up in the recent years. IIT Jodhpur was set up under The Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 2011 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

It was decided that IIT Kanpur would mentor IIT Jodhpur initially. The first IIT Jodhpur academic session commenced at the IIT Kanpur campus in July 2008. There were 109 students in the first session. Undergraduate courses in Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science Engineering and Electrical Engineering were on offer during the first academic session. It was in the latter half of 2009 that the MHRD gave the approval to set up the institute in Jodhpur. The classes were shifted from IIT Kanpur to IIT Jodhpur in May 2010.

NEET Eligibility Criteria 2018, Qualification, Age criteria, 15% AIQ Eligibility

NEET Eligibility CriteriaNational Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level examination for medical aspirants. It is conducted each year to shortlist candidates for MBBS and BDS courses in private and government medical colleges in the country. NEET 2018 will be conducted in about 6 months from now. The information shared here should be helpful for those of you planning to appear for the same.

NEET Eligibility Criteria 2018

There are various parameters & NEET eligibility criteria 2018 including age, qualification and nationality that you require qualifying so as to be eligible for Exam. It is essential to read and understand the NEET eligibility criteria 2018 before filling the application form. Let us have a look at these in detail:

Substitution and Elimination Reactions

Substitution and Elimination ReactionsSubstitution and Elimination reactions are two different kinds of chemical reactions that form a part of Organic Chemistry. These reactions are often studied together but are quite different from one another. These are both unique in their own right. Here is a detailed look at the Substitution and Elimination reactions.

Substitution Reaction

It is a kind of chemical reaction wherein the replacement of one functional group in a chemical is compound by another. This reaction is also referred to as ‘single replacement reaction’ or ‘single displacement reaction’. This reaction is of utmost significance in organic chemistry. It is divided into two categories: Nucleophilic and Electrophilic.

Periodic Table Trends

Periodic table trendsIn periodic table, elements are categorized based on their electronic structure. This makes the recurring element properties noticeable in this table. Here is a look at the periodic table trends of electronegativity, atomic radius, electron affinity, metallic character and ionization energy.

Periodic Table Trends

  1. Electronegativity

Electronegativity is the ability of an atom to pull electrons towards it. It shows how an atom can swiftly form a chemical bond. Electronegativity usually rises from left to right. It sees a decreasing trend when you move down a group. However, there are exceptions to it at times. Two atoms have a greater chance of forming a chemical bond when the difference between their electronegativity values is larger. The electronegativity of atoms is affected by the distance between the nucleus and the valence electrons and the atomic number.

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