TWO YEAR CLASSROOM PROGRAM FOR JEE (MAIN AND ADVANCED), 2020(FOR X TO XI MOVING STUDENTS)


Two Year Classroom Program (TYCP) is a Program for two years with Exhaustive Study Material, Problem Practice Sheets, RADIANCE PRACTICE MANUAL (RPM) & Test series in which the whole course of JEE (Main and Advance) is divided into topics which belong to Class XI and Class XII. Topics of Class XI are covered in Class XI, in three Phases. Topics of Class XII are covered after Class XI, in two phases. Performance of students is monitored by series of Phase tests, weekly tests and Test Series.

Classes run 3 days a week, 4 hours, 15 minutes a day (after school hours) and student needs to come to RADIANCE one more day for 90 mins of weekly tests. This provides an opportunity to consolidate and revise the topics taught at both school and RADIANCE in remaining days of the week. No classes are held in the month of February, this enables all students to cope up well with the last month's pressure of school besides giving adequate time for revision and consolidation of the knowledge and skills acquired at RADIANCE and required for being successful in any competitive exam. Syllabus for JEE (Main and Advance) is almost same as that of class 11th and 12th taken together, but then also we conduct additional classes to cope up with the little difference in the syllabus.

The best way to prepare for JEE (Main and Advanced) is to join Two Year Regular Classroom Program just after appearing class-10th main exam because all the topics are completed at a very slow pace, in synchronization with the studies at school and the child gets sufficient time to think and apply the concepts acquired at RADIANCE. At RADIANCE, TYCP is an integrated program which implies that we judge you only once and then take the responsibility of navigating your career for two years.

Admission Procedure

Admission to this program will be on the basis of “Admission cum Scholarship Test” whose syllabus will be that of Class 9th and 10th taken together and IQ. RADIANCE provides scholarships to deserving students, which solely depends on the performance of the student in above test.

A word of Advice

If you want to perform up to your upper limit in all the competitive exams in the year 2020, you have to strategically plan your schedule and do whatever is needed to implement it up to your expectation. Here are a few tips that might help you to plan better:

  1. If you join a coaching, then also don't compromise with the study at school, at the end of each day be sure that nothing is pending for tomorrow.
  2. A better schooling grooms you for upcoming challenges that you might be getting as an engineer in future. Hence please don't ignore it.
  3. Stick to fundamentals.

    Myth: If I practice tougher problems, I will be able to solve tougher ones in the exam.

    Reality: Problems are just a medium to check, whether you understand a particular concept or not. And if you think that a problem is tough, means there must be some fundamental lacking in yourself, try to mend it.

  4. Try to solve your difficulties of your own, and if required, just take a hint from your tutor/ teacher and then again try yourself. Success never comes easy.
  5. Never count hours of study because it is quality of hours which matters not quantity.
  6. The purpose of coaching is to accelerate the process of learning and always choose that coaching where the most experienced faculty teaches you and clears your doubts for entire 2 years, rather than choosing those coaching where there are large numbers of inexperienced faculties and which attracts students by offers/ promotions/ schemes.

Remember, there is little or almost no relation between your performance up to class 10th and performance in class 11th and 12th. So, in any case, you have to take a fresh start.