When you want to appear for JEE Main and JEE Advanced to enter into premier institutes in India, you have loads of support these days. You will find countless coaching centers offering JEE classes in Thane, Kharghar and other popular cities in India. The first thing someone that is getting started with their preparation for IIT does is to go online looking for information about these entrance exams. Is it good to make use of these online resources, will it really help you or does it harm your preparations?
The answer to the above question depends on what types of online resources you are using. The internet is flooded with information about JEE and all the other competitive examinations. Not all the information that you find online are reliable and trustworthy. You are therefore required to consume the information you find online with utmost caution and care.
Before you make use of any of the information that you find online, you need to first establish the credibility of the sources. There are some reputed coaching centers that offer JEE classes in Kharghar, which post useful resources about these entrance exams to help the student community prepare well for the exams. You could trust such credible resources. At the same time, there are some dubious coaching centers that post defamatory articles and fake reviews about their competitors’ coaching centers. You need to stay away from such resources. Therefore there is no straightforward ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer to the question whether online information about JEE and other competitive examinations useful or harmful. The answer depends on a number of factors including who is posting the content, what is the purpose of posting such information and how does it really help the students.
Given the current health crisis that is prevailing in the country, many coaching centers have started helping their students through online classes. If you are talking about such online resources, then they are certainly helpful provided these classes are conducted by qualified, experienced and reputed coaches. Regardless of what type of resource you access, there are both good resources and not so good resources. You need to use your discretion to establish the validity of the information presented online and the credibility of the sources. There could be no exception to this. If you are going to overlook these basic precautions then you are running at your own risk.
Sometimes these online sources turn out to be nothing but distractions and noise. As your preparations get intense, you may want to stay away from these distractions unless these are posted by your coaching center to help you get ready for the examination. You would be better off without any of these online resources especially when you are not able to make out which ones to trust and which ones to stay away from. Instead of focusing and investing time on your preparation, you would end up spending more time screening the quality of the information that you find online about JEE.
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