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JEE Advance Results 2024: This Apeejayite is set to climb the success ladder

Engaging in sports helps you develop a hobby, and keep your mind active and calm, says the JEE Advance topper of Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg



The JEE Main, conducted by the NTA, serves as a gateway for admission to prestigious IITs via JEE Advanced results that were declared on June 9, 2024. One such student who brought pride to his school is Krrish Bhasin, a student of Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg who scored 148 out of 360 and earned a rank of 14,878 in the Common Rank List (CRL). He dedicated countless hours to studying, showcasing his determination and drive to succeed in one of the most challenging competitive exams. To know more about Krrish and his studying tactics, read the story…

How has been your journey at Apeejay School?

I had the privilege of studying at Apeejay School from classes IX to XII. My time at Apeejay has been immensely rewarding and has significantly shaped who I am today. The supportive environment, inspiring teachers, and diverse growth opportunities made every moment at this school truly memorable. As I now embark on my journey to pursue a career in machine learning, I carry with me the invaluable experiences and knowledge gained during my years at Apeejay.

How do you feel about your result and what are your goals?

While I definitely could have done better, I am happy with my rank. In class XII, I dedicated a lot of time to the JEE course for in-depth study. I also self-studied at home, practiced problems, and kept revising. My goal is to pursue a career in Machine Learning and Robotics.

Which topics did you find most challenging, and how did you overcome them?

Chemistry was my weak subject because it required an in-depth knowledge of topics and thorough reading. Every morning, I focused on filling in the gaps by reviewing my notes and reading the NCERT book multiple times to ensure maximum retention.

What was your preparation strategy for JEE Advanced?

I dedicated most of my day to studying for JEE Advanced. Since it is a six-hour exam with a break after three hours, it was crucial in the months leading up to the exam to train my body to concentrate for six hours straight and solve problems effectively, so I took small breaks to have better concentration

How did you balance your JEE Advanced 2024 preparation with school studies?

While preparing for my school exams, I regularly read the NCERT textbooks and exercises given at the back of each chapter. By the time the Board exams came around, I had completed these exercises six times, which I believe helped strengthen my basics for JEE Advanced.

What advice would you give to aspirants aiming for a top rank in JEE Advanced? The most important factor for competitive exams like the JEE Advanced is consistency. You have to work hard throughout. Additionally, engaging in sports helps you develop a hobby, keep your mind active, and stay calm.

Abhilasha Munjal is a Senior Correspondent with Apeejay Newsroom. She has completed her Bachelor's degree in English from Delhi University. Abhilasha holds vivid knowledge about content and has predominantly covered local as well as trending stories in the digital media.