Commencement of lectures:
Lectures will commence from 7th Oct 2020 @2pm
Due to pandemic restrictions, lectures would be conducted online. To ensure better faculty-student interaction, there will be one to one interactions as well.
RP1: There will be 2 lectures a day (2 hour per lecture),
RP1 vs RP2
RP2: There will be 2-3 lectures a day (2 hour per lecture).
batch will be more comprehensive wherein we will discuss fundamentals with a slightly slower pace (as compared to RP1) and take many basic level problems to reinforce better understanding of all the concepts. RP2 batch best suits those students who hadn't gone through any formal coaching in 11th and 12th or scored less than 90%ile in JEE mains 2020
will be more of final polishing of concepts where we will discuss the basic concepts at a little higher pace (as compared to RP2 batch) and quickly switch over to problem solving. RP1 batch best suits those students who had scored more than 90%ile in JEE mains 2020.
Even if you couldn't get 90%ile due to exam temperament or some other reasons and are keen to join RP1, you may do so by talking to the course coordinator at Prime.
If you feel confident about a few topics and not very confident about others, then it can be a blend of RP1 and RP2 as well.
There will be approximately 3 mock tests every month and frequency of tests will increase as the syllabus is about to get over. In the last few weeks, students will take such tests almost daily. It helps to boost their exam skills and temperament multifold.
This repeater batch has been customized by considering all the constraints, caused due to delayed JEE 2020. 70% of the syllabus, consisting of most of the core topics will be finished by January 2021. Rest will be catered by march 2021. This bifurcation was important to ensure the better understanding of concepts and give them sufficient time for much needed problem practice.
Highlights of last repeater’s batch ( 2019)
- 28 out of 33 repeating students cleared JEE Advanced 2019
- Mrunmayi Bhalerao improved her performance from negative score (in JEE mains 2018) to IIT Computer Science (in 2019 after joining Prime’s Repeaters batch)
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