The Indian Institute of Technology's Joint Entrance Exam or IIT JEE is scheduled for April 11. The exam (consisting two papers) is one of the most competitive, with thousands of students from across the country vying for admissions to some of the contry's most illustrious engineering institutes.
Both papers will have different sections on Chemistry, Maths and Physics, which will carry objective as well and analytical questions.
To help students give the test their best shot, we're asking readers to share their advice on how to crack the exam.
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