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Hemant Pandey

- 4 min

How to prepare for IIT JEE?

Preparing for competitive exams is an complex process. Remember IIT JEE is an strategy exam and NOT an IQ test. JEE does not test your intelligence or knowledge or application of knowledge. It tests all in one go. The most important thing JEE tests is your mental strength (Not IQ). Will come back to that later. You must start from the basics : Start with NCERT, a very good but difficult to comprehend basic book. NCERT is the perfect book to make very good scholars but not ver

Hemant Pandey

- 3 min

Why personal Tutoring?

Private Tuition saves hell lot of time of any student. An good and experienced teacher can make a student learn any concept in 10X less time. Student doesn't have to scan 100s of books and study material already available in the market. You get years of expertise of a trainer just ready made for you. This can be the biggest differentiator as well as 'miles ahead leap' for a student with personal trainer compared to a student without any trainer. Personal (Home Tuition) saves

Hemant Pandey

- 2 min

Insider secret of education industry

Having worked in the field of IIT JEE training for last 15 years, we realized the 'real game' of these so called prestigious coaching institutes. Have a look at the insider information. The modus operandi is as follows. (Which we can also follow if our morals allow). Advertisement Gimmick : Every 'big' institute advertises their last year results on big hoardings with many results (many results are genuine but quite a few top ones are 'purchased') High Ranks but very low

Hemant Pandey

- 3 min

Why IIT JEE is really tough?

IIT JEE is touted as toughest entrance exam in world. But why? Is IIT JEE really tough or is it tricky or is the course too wide and needs lot of hard work to get finished? Read more to find out. Around 15 Lakh students sit for IIT JEE Mains and Adv examination. With around 5000 general seats for IITs, odds of getting selected from start are just 1 in 300! In NIITs, general seats are around 15,000, Odds of getting into an NIIT are still 1 in 100! To quantify this, in any

Hemant Pandey

- 2 min

Our Advanced Latest Teaching Methods

Socratic method (Method of hypothesis elimination): We believe in conversational teaching methods based on open ended question and answer technique purported by legendary Greek (Athenian) philosopher, scholar and teacher, Socrates. Reflective Teaching : Our teaching approach follows reflective teaching model. We are in constant endeavor to improve our selves and adjust in accordance to the need of students. We have a road map to guide students to reach their full potential.

Hemant Pandey

- 3 min

What are the most underrated things in life?

Power of consistent hard work and efforts “I start early and I stay late, day after day, year after year, it took me 17 years and 114 days to become an overnight success.” Lionel Messi Our minds are hardwired to improve and learn slowly. You crawl, then walk and later run.The 1,000-hour rule. Multiple studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of regular and consistent practice. You want to get better in cricket. Go and start playing 10 hours per day for next 3 years. Find y

Hemant Pandey

- 1 min

6 ways to expand knowledge apart from reading books

Apply your knowledge. Knowing is never enough. More you apply better you get. Make notes from books. Revise like exams. One reading is never enough. Every time I reread any book, I get a new insight. We pick only those things which are necessary for our immediate survival. As life progresses our challenges change and hence we need better insight. Activity and traveling are always helpful in getting more practical knowledge. Writing your thoughts out always helps. Introspectio

Hemant Pandey

- 2 min

ABCD*4=DCBA. What are the values of A,B, C and D?

I will try to solve this problem in least number of complex mathematical steps possible. I will not use any maths greater than grade 8. ABCD*4 = DCBA implies A must be less than 3 since A is at 1000s place and 3*4 = 12, which makes the given number a five digit number. Thus A can be 1 or 2. Since DCBA is a multiple of 4 it implies that A must be even and hence A is 2. A is 2 again implies D must be 8 or 9. (D cannot be less than 8 since it is at the 1000s place of DCBA, which

Hemant Pandey

- 1 min

What is the interval of a for which the equation ||x-2|+a|=4 can have four distinct solutions for x?

There are two solutions or no solutions. If we take ‘a’ as positive then two solutions are for a < 4. Similarly two solutions when ‘a’ < -4. There are two ways to solve the problem. Refer images for the same. Long Answer Short answer Last line says : Similar results when a < -4. What is the remainder when the digit 111,111 up to 124 terms is divided by 271? #graphs #functions #modulusfunctions #HemantPandey #personaltouchacademy