Preparation Strategy Shared by JEE 2024 Toppers

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2024 results were released on Sunday by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras.

JEE Advance 2024 Toppers' Shared Preparation Method

Shubhra Goswamy | Jun 11, 2024 |

Preparation Strategy Shared by JEE 2024 Toppers

Preparation Strategy Shared by JEE 2024 Toppers

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2024 results were released on Sunday by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras. This year’s exam was held on 26th May 2024 and was successfully completed by 48,248 students, including 7,964 female candidates.

Ved Lahoti from the IIT Delhi zone topped the exam with an amazing score of 355 out of 360 marks, out of the 180,200 participants who took both Paper 1 and Paper 2. With 332 marks and an All India Rank of 7, Dwija Dharmeshkumar Patel, a candidate from the IIT Bombay zone, is the top-ranked female applicant.

Ved Lahoti revealed his amazement at achieving the top spot on his first try in an interview with NDTV. “I was hoping for a good result, good marks, but didn’t expect All India Rank 1,” he explained.

Mr. Lahoti reflected on his preparation process and said, “I moved to Kota two years ago to begin my JEE preparation, where I started with a lot of help from my parents and teachers.” All the recommendations and guidance from my teachers were followed to the letter, and that’s how I ended up here.”

The top candidate, who studied in Kota and comes from Indore, gave credit for his drive to excel in mathematics to his family’s engineering background.

“My choice to pursue this was made on my own; my parents did not put any form of pressure on me. I was interested in mathematics when I was little. I became interested in this subject since, aside from that, I have a large family of engineers,” he said.

The fourth-place finisher, Rhythm Kedia, also provided insight into his preparation.

“Science and math piqued my curiosity. My mother graduated from math class, and my father works as an engineer,” he remarked. “I came to Kota in 11th and studied for this exam for 2 years.”

“This exam decides which colleges I will get,” Mr. Kedia continued, speaking about stress management. My parents and professors reassured me not to worry and that I would succeed, but I still felt anxious about it.”

“Study hard, follow teachers’ instructions, do homework, give their best in the exam, and don’t take much stress,” he encouraged prospective pupils. Remain composed and at ease.

Consistency and early preparation are key, according to AIR 6 winner Rajdeep Mishra.

“In Kota’s Class 11, I began my JEE preparation. I received such a wonderful rank because I adhered strictly to the advice of my lecturers,” he stated.

“When I was in Class 8, I started taking a lot of Olympiad exams and achieved gold medals in the International Olympiads, which instilled the belief in me that I could do well in the JEE Advanced as well.”

The student talked about how she dealt with stress: “I talked to my parents about it and just took their advice and ran with it.” I never allow failure to take my focus away from my main objective.”

Ved Lahoti and Rhythm Kedia discussed their ambitions, with the former saying that they wanted to go to IIT Bombay to study computer science engineering.

“The atmosphere at the institute is excellent. For this reason, IIT Bombay attracts the top Indian students, who also have excellent technology”. Rhythm said, “You can rely on it and do very well in the future.”

Future JEE hopefuls were urged by Ved Lahoti to “study hard, take advice from teachers, and strictly follow them.” He continued by saying that he asked his lecturers for assistance anytime he was having problems.

Table of Content
  1. FAQs:


1. What is JEE Advanced?

  • Ans- The JEE-advanced exam is conducted for admissions to the prestigious 23 Indian Institute of Technology (IITs).

2. Who is the topper of JEE Advanced 2024?

  • Ans- Ved Lahoti, from the IIT Delhi, Secured the 1st Rank in JEE Advance 2024.

3. What is the cutoff of IIT Advanced?

  • Ans- According to the official brochure, aspirants must receive at least 35% in the general category, 31.5% in OBC-NCL/EWS, and 17.5% in SC/ST/PwD to be eligible for JEE Advanced 2024.

4. What if I fail in JEE Advanced?

  • Ans- If you do not pass the JEE Advanced cut-off, you can still gain admission to NITs, IIITs, and other GFTIs (Government Funded Technical Institutes) based on your JEE Main score.

5. How to crack JEE Advanced 2024?

  • Ans- Tips and tricks to crack JEE Advance are mentioned in the article.

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