The perfect launch pad for students aspiring to go to IITs, NITs, BITS and other top engineering colleges, the Two Year JEE Advanced course is a meticulously structured academic program that facilitates the aspirations of our students. Designed in a manner that simplifies concepts through illustrations and graphs, making it simpler for students to solve tough problems, students are actively involved in the learning procedure through DPPS (Daily Practice Problem Sheets). Further, we also provide our students with concise yet to-the-point notes and question banks prepared in accordance with standard question patterns. Lastly, students are assessed regularly and are involved in timely discussions with our teaching team to understand where they lack and identify avenues for improvement.
Students studying across all boards like CBSE, GSEB, ICSE or others can be a part of this course. Students are required to attend three sessions of one and a half hours thrice every week, along with a weekly test. Contact Keystone Universe of Education to know the finer details about this course today!
The year-long JEE Advanced course is for class XII students. The course demands students to attend four and a half hour sessions thrice a week. An intensive course that covers all the material necessary for success in JEE Main, Advanced and other competitive exams for engineering like BITSAT, students consistently practice through Daily Practice Problem Sheets (DPPS) as well as question banks prepared after comprehensive analyses of the questions that appear in these examinations.
The program aims to simplify the understanding of complex concepts and thus boosts problem-solving skills within short time frames. Apart from the rigorous coursework, students also appear for weekly tests that are designed to give them an experience that is as close as possible to the real tests. Faculties at Keystone continuously converse with students to get through difficulties and guide them towards their goals.
The course focuses on the syllabus covered in Class XII first, which makes it easier for students to relate with their school curriculum as well. The Class XI syllabus is covered after October, helping them revise the concepts.