Start early & beat the competition
You must have envied those successful students who get top Ranks in national level exams like IIT-JEE and AIPMT or are selected in Olympiads, NTSE or KVPY. They are the ones who start heading towards their goals early in life. Successful students in all these exams are not very different, only thing is that they understand the importance of starting early. In metro cities, students of Class VI start thinking about these exams.
Why start in class IX or X ?
In the competitive world ahead, every year is important. Students who succeed in JEE/NEET in the first attempt itself, save one year & invest it in making their future brighter. Many of the chapter and concepts that are part of JEE/NEET syllabus are introduced to the students in Class IX & X, and taught in details in Class XI & XII. So, the best way is to start your JEE preparation from the beginning of class IX, but if you have not been able to do that it is prudent you start your preparation at the earliest. Three Year Classroom Program for IIT-JEE, for students who are presently in class X is the next best alternative.
Objective & content of the course
The primary goal of the course is to help you score a good rank in JEE & Medical entrance. After doing this course, students will not feel the gap that exists when students cross from X to XI; in fact they will enjoy an early lead from others. The course will also help prepare you for Olympiads, NTSE and KVPY. The content in this course will be of level slightly higher than level of IX and X and will focus on the concepts & types of questions asked in competitive exams. You will find it easy to master the difficult concepts in XI & XII, if you go through our Pre Foundation Course.
When to apply for pre foundation course ?
Every year our pre foundation course starts in April. The admission process begins in January. For Details Click Here.
Pre foundation Course will be helpful for these exams :
|1||KVPY||Students enrolled in class 11th & scored a minimum of 80% in PCMB||November||Anything from CBSE & ICSE syllabus up to 10th at advanced level||80 Objective Questions|
|2||NTSE||Students enrolled in class 10th||November||Anything from CBSE syllabus up to 10th||MAT 90 Q & SAT 90 Q SAT-35 Q each in SSt & Science;20 Q in Maths.|
|3||NSEJS||Students born after 01-01-1998||November||Anything from CBSE syllabus up to 10th (PCMB)||2 Hr.Test|
|4||INJSO||(NSEJS: Level-2) Students selected from NSEJS||January||Anything from CBSE syllabus up to 10th (PCMB)||3 Hr.Test|
|5||RMO||Class 9th to 12th||December||Anything from CBSE syllabus up to respective class||3 Hr.Test 6 to 7 problems|
|6||NSO||Class 1st to 12th||November||Detailed syllabus is given separately||50 Q. in 1 Hr.|