Sunday, 27 October 2013

Students Preparing For IIT JEE Need Coaching

It is always better to trail a path by holding hand of a person who knows the path well. Then you are aware of the ups and downs of the path. This holds true for IIT Joint Entrance Exam preparation also.

When a student opts for coaching classes then he knows the complicacies of the exam. He is guided by eminent Professors. They take the path of success and students can also trail the path along with them.

A good student puts in all the effort but if there is no proper guidance; then he might not succeed in exam. IIT Joint Entrance Exam is a well conducted exam and it needs thorough preparations. Any small mistake may lead to a difference in score and hence a difference in achievement.

The student wants a high score in IIT Joint Entrance Exam to get the desired branch and have loads of knowledge in the field of interest. This can only be achieved through high score. The high score is attributed to IIT Joint Entrance Exam coaching. A team of highly qualified Professionals are available to coach the students in their field and achieve the target easily.

Students preparing for IIT Joint Entrance Exam need proper coaching - regular or online - as the choice may be. This will help in getting the right path to tread. It needs lot of determination for proper self-study. Students can study well but can't study so well without proper aid.

As it is IIT JEE preparation needs strong will-power and determination. And if the student does not get proper back-up, then the stamina is broken leading to inadequate preparation. And none of the students want this kind of attitude towards preparations.

IIT JEE coaching is a motivational factor to keep the student going. Professors conduct tests on regular basis to assess the students' performance and prepare them for future tests. Professors teach the students well and conduct regular tests. These tests allure the students to take up their lessons well and achieve their target with ease.

Professors also deliver motivational talks for students if they don't perform well. Sometimes, students get distracted by some external factors. Professors also take care to get them back to their ultimate goal- IIT JEE. All these reasons make coaching compulsory for IIT entrance test.


Thursday, 5 September 2013

Do's and Don'ts For Joint Entrance Examination - JEE

Disclaimer: Though I have got a good rank of 96, my beginning (from X) was pretty ordinary - so I expect this guide to help the majority of students. Also, since I'm not a qualified instructor, I can only give my personal point of view.

1] Regular homework and studies. I mean, really regular, as in never-failed-to-complete-my-homework-on-time type regular.

2] Relaxation and timepass. Yeah. Really. All study and no play makes Jack a nut-case. But don't overdo it - 1 hour at the maximum per day.

3] Isolation. The more friends you have, the more possibility of you getting distracted. Keep a safe distance, avoid most parties and hangouts. The lesser, the better.

4] Taking tests. Join a test series, maybe two, or as many you want - I recommend FIITJEE. Constant tests help you practice and prepare your mind for the JEE pattern. If the tests are to be given at home, do them at the proper time in an isolated room.

5] Finish your syllabus by January, if you are a fresher. If you are dropping, do make sure you complete the syllabus.

6] Keep a positive attitude. Approach new topics with interest, not with an another-topic-to-mug attitude. Do some research on Wikipedia, try to find applications in day-to-day life. This will help create interest in the topic and improve your understanding as an engineer.

7] Mental and physical exercises, like meditation and yoga. For further details, contact spideyunlimited.


8] Attend all lectures, as in perfect 100% attendance. Quite a no-brainer, this one.


1] Overstress - the deadliest killer is sighted often among JEE students.

2] Procrastinate. As in, put off tomorrow what you can do today.

3] Hang out and waste time.

4] Worry too much. This is a major problem I've seen. People worry so much about classes / test series/ correspondence / teachers / batches / quality / notes / books / college / friend / girlfriend / food / hostel / accommodation... you get the point... If I were to say it bluntly - just shut up, open the book, and start doing the damn problems!!

5] Lose confidence, or be over confident. IF you lose confidence, go to the forums, we can help you. If you are over confident, just contact me Just joking, Remember that there may be (will be) students out there smarter than you. This applies even if you are the topper of any institute.

6] Sleep less / eat less. The body is like any machine, and needs proper rest. Regular sleep of at least 7 hours is a must.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

How to Become a Mortgage Broker

Why might you want to take advice from me?

As one who achieved success both as a financial adviser and as a mortgage adviser, I would be the first to tell the aspiring new mortgage professional that, despite what others will tell you, the path to success is rarely described as easy by those in the business, and that certainly includes me. The tragedy is that, although I would never describe it as an easy journey, it really need not be as difficult as it was for me and as it is for the vast majority of other new starters.

What can you expect to earn?

Don't get carried away with references to six figure earnings; this is not an overnight goal and, in fact, most people choose not to drive themselves to such dizzy heights, settling rather in a comfort zone way below that level. However, I have helped many good listeners to reach that level within their first 5 years in the business.

In any event, whether your goal is to earn £30K, £60K or £90K per annum, to work in a bank or as an independent broker, it all begins with the foundation knowledge. To become a professional in almost any field other than sport, we need to pass some level of academic qualification and the mortgage professional is no different.

The industry-preferred qualification is the Certificate in Mortgage Advice & Practice (CeMAP), and anyone wanting to give mortgage advice in the UK must pass this (or a similar) qualification before doing so.

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Thursday, 1 September 2011

CeMAP Training and Rising House Prices

CeMAP students are concerned because, according to the Nationwide Building Society, house prices have risen again in April by 0.9% compared with the March level. CeMAP students are asking if there is likely to be a crash, and how this may affect their career prospects. This two-part question needs greater exploration.

Firstly, it is good to know that CeMAP students are following the housing market closely because this is obviously going to be their future career environment. It is vital that, in addition to studying for the CeMAP exams, the students do spend time looking at the bigger picture so that they can gain a well rounded education in the industry. Incidentally, this is another reason why a CeMAP training Home Study course can provide a more informed mortgage adviser than the so called crash courses - by studying their CeMAP training material over a period of weeks rather than days the student can use the knowledge gained each step of the way to explore the industry in general and apply their new found insight to the real world.

In the bulletin released by the Nationwide, they say that a crash is unlikely so long as the Bank of England does not raise interest rates unnecessarily. Of course, no one outside of the Monetary Policy Committee can influence the decision (as those who are CeMAP trained know from their studies), but the job of this committee is to keep inflation within the target set by the Chancellor so anything is possible. The economic conditions are very different from the time of the previous house price crash in the 1970s and so hopefully, this time, there will be a control of house prices without the sudden deflation that was seen then.

If there is a crash, will the CeMAP trained adviser still be able to find employment? Obviously, this is a difficult question without being able to use a crystal ball. In the real world, even when house prices are unstable, there always seems to be a high demand for advice on mortgage matters and finance in general. Some believe that a fall in house prices may lead to more first time buyers coming back into the market because they can then afford to buy again. Certainly, CeMAP training is a preparation for a career that appears to weather a variety of economic circumstances better than most.

One thing that is certain is that people will always be buying houses, re-mortgaging houses, and selling houses, and while these activities are going on, there will always be a need for CeMAP trained mortgage advisers. And with the best CeMAP training, you will have a well rounded knowledge of the industry, not just a certificate that says that you have passed an exam. This is what most customers want from their advisers, not just the bare minimum of a CeMAP qualification, but someone who has been through a comprehensive CeMAP training course and monitored the industry while studying.

So, in conclusion, it is difficult to say for certain whether or not there will be a house price crash if the Monetary Policy Committee continue to increase interest rates, but it is certain that the MPC do not want to cause a crash. However, whatever the outcome in the housing market, it is safe to assume that CeMAP training will continue to open the door to a professional career that provides many opportunities in the job market. To find out more about CeMAP training click the link.