JEE Main 2023: Seven ALLEN students score 100 percentile

ALLEN students shine in the JEE-Main 2023 January session result

NEW DELHI | Updated: 07 February, 2023 9:23 pm IST
Dr Brajesh Maheshwari, chairman of ALLEN, along with some of the students, celebrated the achievement by cutting a cake

The result of the January session of JEE-Main 2023 once again stamped the superiority of students at ALLEN Career Institute Pvt Ltd.

The chairman of the institution, Dr Brajesh Maheshwari, said that seven students from ALLEN have scored an overall 100 percentile in the country’s largest engineering entrance exam.

Kaushal Vijayvargiya, Deshank Pratap Singh, Harshul Sanjay Bhai, Soham Das, Divyansh Hemendra Shinde and Krish Gupta, who scored overall 100 percentile, are classroom students of ALLEN.

Along with the six, ALLEN’s distance learning student Abhinit Majete has also scored an overall 100 percentile.

Inspired by his elder brother, Anshul, Vijayvargiya joined ALLEN for JEE preparation. “The Allen faculty are experienced and always motivate you to do better than the last time. The teaching methodology is so good that the topic is well understood. ALLEN has the best environment to study in,” he said.

Vijayvargiya, who studies for 10-12 hours a day, said, “Whatever homework I got after class every day, I used to complete it seriously. Homework not only helps in practice but also brings doubts to the fore. The more doubts you clear, the stronger your grip on the topic will be.”

A student of ALLEN for the past five years, Shinde said, “I was confident about my preparation but never became overconfident. I listen carefully and review whatever is taught in class after coming home. Apart from attending the classes, I do self-study for about 6 hours.”

“ALLEN has been with me at every step. Because of my hard work and Allen’s support, I can fulfil my dream of becoming an IITian. My elder sister, Samridhi, has been a student of ALLEN and is currently doing MBBS. She was the one who told me about ALLEN. So I decided to prepare for JEE with ALLEN, which proved to be a turning point for my success,” Shinde added.

“I do homework and revision daily. Most importantly, my focus was more on the problem-solving part. I prepared according to the guidance of ALLEN’s faculties and focused on the NCERT syllabus. ALLEN’s faculties and the environment are suitable for exam preparation,” Gupta, who has been an ALLEN student for the last four years, said.

Singh, who plans to open a startup one day, said, “I used to study with a daily target and go to sleep only after completing it. I do self-study for about 7 to 8 hours. At ALLEN, I study according to the guidance of the faculties. They are experienced in guiding the students according to the paper pattern.”

Suthar, whose elder brother Devansh has been a student of ALLEN, said, “I self-study for 8 to 10 hours daily, giving equal time to all three subjects. In such a situation, the role of ALLEN’s faculties becomes critical. They guide you according to your performance on which subject or topic to focus more.”

Das, meanwhile, said that the mock tests helped him prepare for the real test. “I used to give lots of mock tests. Along with the practice, mock tests helped me solve my doubts. My focus was on clearing the concepts,” the Kolkata resident said.

The JEE-Main January session exam was held between January 24 and February 1. A total of 8 lakh 23 thousand 967 students appeared in the examination, out of which 5 lakh 80 thousand 37 were boys and 2 lakh 43 thousand 928 were girls.

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