G1 scholar is a Scholar for life – Aim High and Soar Ahead
This paradigm has been created to establish an attitude which is needed for exponential success. This website has been adopted to make the students aware of the benefits of having such an attitude while answering the questions in exams.
The website has been created as a series of questions and answers for the test subjects involved in the exams and has been designed in such a way that you would be able to go through the questions swiftly and utilise your time effectively.
The most important thing to remember is concept realisation which is supposed to be the USP or the central idea for questions in any competitive exam in the world. Concept building is the primary exercise which leads to greater understanding of the subject and also makes the usually mundane, sleep inducing topics into something really interesting. The good thing is that once the concepts are made, there is more than one way of solving a question and concepts do not need remembering in the long run.
Questions asked in the exams are summarily easy if it is understood what has been asked. The usual practises assumed by the paper-setters revolve around twisting the language or wordings around a central concept to make it appear more difficult than it actually is. However, essentially, the concept of the topic does not change. This forms the basis of all the questions asked in the exams, be it JEE(Mains), JEE(Advanced), NEET etc or any other exams you may come across now or in the future. This is the primary reason why some people score more and some do less.
If you solve one different question every day, then in a year, you will have achieved 365 new concepts. If you solve 5 to 10 questions every day, then you can do the maths yourself!! Yes, it is that easy. The end result is extremely important, however, how the answer was reached cannot be any less emphasised. This will also instill a confidence on the answers reached for each question.
Lastly, if I were to quote Einstein here, always remember this “ If you cannot explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”. Use this as a test to explain things to yourself and see the results come to you!!