Physicswallah has announced the commencement of JEE Master Crash Course, a JEE crash course for budding engineers taking the JEE Mains 2022. After the National Testing Agency’s announcement on 7th April 2022 regarding the postponement of JEE Mains 2022, team Physicswallah has come up with this batch.
It starts on April 12, 2022, and is suitable for dropper or 12th appeared students aiming to score well in the JEE Mains 2022 exams. As per PWs website, the course will include 3 stages, namely-
- Selection Master Course
- Rank Master Course
- Advance Master Course
The Rank Master Course will be made available to students after the first attempt which is scheduled to be from 20th June 2022 to 29th June 2022. Students expecting lesser than 200 marks in the first attempt will be made to practise PYQs in the Rank Master Course, and those who expect more than 200 in the first attempt or 180+ in the second attempt will get access to the Advance master course, which will involve students tackling questions of the JEE Advanced Level.
The Rank Master Course will involve rigorous question practise of JEE Main, covered via 1000+ PYQs( 750 Lecture Sessions + 250 DPPs), and finally 5 mock tests to habituate the students into sitting for longer durations without them losing focus.
The students will have access to the recorded videos as well, which they may refer to whenever they get stuck on a particular concept or as a revision tool.
All the concepts that the students can be asked in the JEE mains will be covered via 1000+ PYQs, 6 classes a week per subject (so 18 classes in all in a week) and 2500+ Questions practise before the first attempt of JEE Mains 2022.
To get the students into the habit of solving, there will be 8 part tests conducted and 2 full tests between 12th April and 18 June
The teachers in the JEE Master Crash Course are:
- Shivendu Mishra (Physics)
- Amitabh Sharma (Chemistry)
- Vineet Diwedi (Chemistry)
- Arvind Suthar (Math)
- Nikhil Saini (Chemistry)
The teachers in the advanced batch would be –
- Neeraj Dubey Sir (OC)
- Ashutosh Gupta Sir (PC)
- Amitabh Sharma Sir (IOC)
- Rajeev Rastogi Sir (Maths)
- Yug Sir (Physics)
The schedule of the classes would be Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 3:45 pm, with 2-hour sessions of Physics, Chemistry and Maths, with 15 and 30 mins of break between lectures, respectively.