Top 10 Toughest Exams In India: Thousands of competitive exams are conducted every year in India. And they are not easy to crack. But then again, that’s the entire idea behind competitive exams, right? Only the most deserving candidates can make it. Here, we narrowed your search to present you with the top 10 toughest exams
JEE Advanced is believed to be one of the toughest entrance exams for engineering in India. It is the entrance exam for admission to the premier engineering institutes in the country like the IITs, IISC, and a few other top colleges that accept JEE Advanced score. Every year around 1.5-2 lakh students qualify for this exam after appearing in the JEE Main. There are around 11,000 seats under JEE Advanced which makes this exam highly competitive. Find out important information about the exam, how to prepare for it, how to apply and latest updates that you need to know about JEE Advanced in this section.
Electrical Engineering 2019: One of the prominent branches of engineering i.e Electrical engineering is the most common choice that students make. With a math background, this field of engineering helps you in gaining excellency over electronics and any equipment powered by electricity. It is true that Electrical engineering is one of the toughest choices one can
Chapters in chemistry with highest weightage For JEE Main : Chemistry is one of the scoring subjects for the JEE. It’s important to know which chapters your need to give priority to so here are a few chapters which are important from the JEE point of view. In order to prepare in a smarter way you need
Last Minute Tips For JEE Advanced 2019: When it comes to a day before the exam, students often wonder how to revise the complete syllabus effectively to score higher. Engineering aspirants across the country must be wondering what to do in this last phase of their JEE Advanced preparation. This time is crucial for you and you
JEE Advanced Cut Off: JEE Advanced is the gateway for admissions in IIT. The candidates clearing a specific cut-off score in JEE Main will be eligible for the JEE Advanced Exam (Formerly known as IIT JEE). Around 10 to 15 lakhs students appear for JEE Mains and only about 1.5 lakh students will be able to
In India, each state has its own board apart from the individual state boards that exist there is a central board that is the CBSE board. Irrespective of which board you belong to, there is always a question that troubles every student while preparing for the JEE exams as to which board should you choose?
Arihant Jain, a student of Allen Career Institute from Kota (AIR 152 in JEE Advanced!) joined Embibe while he was in the 12th Standard. He was struggling with some basic test taking techniques and strategies. He explored the Embibe platform and found many features of the product extremely interesting. He soon realised what
JEE Mains 2019 is just around the corner and students are preparing for the exam. Chemistry is one of the most scoring subjects among PCM, where students can score 100% if their concepts are strong. It can be easily tackled if you revise and practice regularly. Here, Embibe brings some important tips that will help students
As they say, one silly mistake can change everything. And, IIT JEE is not so different. One single mistake can cost you a loos of your seat in IIT JEE. Sometimes it’s not the blunders that affect your rank in IIT JEE but the silly mistakes which you make changes the scene. You can’t eliminate
How To Start Preparing For IIT JEE From Class 10: Are you one of those students who like to prepare early for competitive exams? Well, good for you! The IIT JEE is one of the most popular competitive entrance exams in India. Every year, 11-12 lakhs of students register for the JEE with hopes and aspirations