Success story of Aman Bansal, IIT JEE Advanced 2016 Topper: Interview

Success story of Aman Bansal, IIT JEE Advanced 2016 Topper: Interview

 IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result: The results of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) advanced exams 2016 was declared at 10 am on the official website jeeadv.ac.in. As per the reports, Jaipur’s Aman Bansal is top scorer followed by Bhavesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal. Bhavesh Kumar from Yamunanagar, Haryana, stood second while Jaipur’s Kunal Goyal was at third position. Riya Singh (All India Rank (AIR) 133) from Kota is the topper among girls. Today we will talk about Aman Bansal’s biography/biodata, score and all details including educational details or qualification, his hobbies, total marks he secured, his past academic records etc in our this blog post today. We will share personal notes of Aman, how he prepared for this prestigious exam, what was his daily schedule etc. We have also an exclusive video of his interview which was taken from a TV anchor of India Today channel. Aman Bansal’s life was not full of struggles.

All the three toppers attended coaching institutes in Kota.

The JEE-Advanced 2016 was conducted in two parts: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 and 2 both comprised of 54 questions each — 18 from each subject — and were worth 186 marks. Each subject carried 124 marks, and the total marks the exam was 372.

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Aman Bansal Success Interview:

First we are congratulating you for your outstanding performance in JEE Advanced 2016! How you are going to celebrate your success?

Aman Bansal: Thanks! It is really very surprising for me. I do not know even how can I celebrate this success. But I will spend time with my parents and friends who have helped me a lot throughout the preparation.

Were you sure of cracking the prestigious JEE Advanced 2016 exam? What was your schedule? 

Aman Bansal: No I was not very sure to achieve first rank. I was just doing my best. I did not have a tight routine. Rather I used to fix daily/weekly targets and tried to achieve as much as possible. This I used to do throughout the 12 months of preparation to keep myself on track for finishing the syllabus in quick time and revision subsequently.

Do you love maths and chemistry?

Yes. I had scored 98 per cent marks in Class 12 with 100 per cent marks in Chemistry and 99 per cent marks in Mathematics.

Tell us about the difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2016 exam?

Aman Bansal: Level of questions in JEE Main examination remains more or less same every yearI had prepared myself for difficult questions well before the exam so it really did not bother me whether questions are tough or easy. 
IIT Preparation is not that much easy….people go through lots of struggle. What have your learned? What is the wisdom of life and competition? What is your message to the new aspirants?

Aman Bansal: Try to give your best and you will succeed one day. Never get bogged down by the facts that you are from rural/poor background. Its only hard work that matters and nothing else.

What was your score in JEE Main Paper 1 and Paper 2? Which one do you think was tougher Mains or Advanced?

Aman Bansal: I have scored 323  in JEE Main and in JEE Advance, my score was 320 out of 372. Between Mains and Advanced- none was tough for me. But if I had to choose, I would say that Mains had many complicated questions compared to Advanced. I found advanced easier for me. Also, Mains was lengthier than the Advanced paper.

How did you make it possible? What was your preparation strategy and routine study period for JEE Advanced?

Aman Bansal: All I had to do was revise whatever they would teach me and do my homework for the class. I studied for eight hours daily apart from attending coaching classes. I put all my energy and hard work in cracking this exam. I handled stress and pressure from studies very calmly.

Did you go through mock tests?

Yes, I even took lot of mock tests. Mock tests do help in sensitizing you for the ultimate day.

What do you think? Which subject was easy for you and which subject seemed tough for you?

Aman Bansal: Physics and Mathematics were my favourtie subjects so I cannot divide which subject was tougher or easier for me. I was rather enjoying solving questions.

Which IIT do you want to join? Also, have you decided upon your area of specialization?

Aman Bansal: Well, I will opt to join for IIT Bombay. I am thinking about taking up Computer science as my specialization.

Oh computer science? That’s great. So, tell us about your future plan?

Aman Bansal: I will do some research work. Do not have idea yet which subject I will choose for research.

Oh enough about studies…tell us about your hobbies?

Aman Bansal: My hobby..let me think…my hobbies are playing chess, watching movies and playing my guitar.

Please share your valuable tips and message for JEE aspirants, who will be appearing for the entrance exam next year.

Aman Bansal:  This year exam was more factual than previous years. It may continue this year. Please make sure you are prepared for both conceptual and factual.

Nearly 1,98,000 students had appeared for the examination. The exam was organised by IIT Guwahati this time. While the results were declared a little before 10 am, the JEE Advanced website which was crashed due to heavy server load. We will soon upload the success story and interview of second rank holder Bhavesh Dhingra and the third rank holder Kunal Goyal.

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