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December 14th, 2016, 10:30 AM
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Preparation For IIT Jam

Hello sir, I’m preparing for IIT JAM entrance exam. Is there any one can suggest me some tips for preparation of IIT JAM?
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December 14th, 2016, 11:25 AM
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Re: Preparation For IIT Jam

For IIT JAM preparation candidates are needed to do hard work. After practice candidates may got success in their exam. First candidates are needed to know the exam pattern and syllabus of IIT JAM.

The questions are usually from graduation. If you have prepared well for your graduation, then you stand at an advantage while taking JAM IIT.

Nevertheless it is a good idea to set aside 3 to 4 hours of study for JAM at least for a year.

The objective type papers consist of 100 questions of one mark each and every wrong answer will fetch the candidate a negative mark of 1/3rd.

The descriptive type papers on the other hand comprise of two sections: Part I and Part II.

Part I consists of one-mark and two-mark multiple choice questions, which make up 60 per cent of the marks.
A negative marking of 1/3rd and 2/3rd is applicable for every wrong answer for the one marker and two marker questions respectively.

Part II is subjective in nature and makes up 40 per cent of the marks and has no negative marking.

Subjects offered:

Mathematical Statistics
Mathematics
Chemistry
Geophysics
Geology
Physics
Biotechnology
Computer Applications

Try and solve many past year question papers as you can. It will give you an insight into the kind of questions which are generally asked.

Some tips for IIT JAM:
Getting admitted into JAM coaching institutes
Getting acquainted with syllabus
Refer to past question papers
Take mock exams
Refer to IIT JAM books

Useful books
Mathematical Methods In The Physical Sciences: Mary L Boas
An Introduction to Mechanics: Kleppner and Kolenkow
Waves and Oscillations: N.K. Bajaj
Introduction to Electrodynamics: David J. Griffiths
Quantum Physics: H.C. Verma
Solid State Physics: S.O. Pillai
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