Toppers of JEE Main 2021 has no plans to join IIT      

In JEE main 2021 results declared on August 6th, out of 17 perfect scorers, Pal Aggarwal was one among them. Pal Aggarwal is an outstanding student in her academic as well as in co-curricular activities in Seth Anandram Jaipuria School. Pal Aggarwal was the Uttar Pradesh State topper in JEE main 2021 February session with 99.98 percent she remained as a topper through her educational life. She was not satisfied with her performance so she appeared for the April session exam.

Pal has no plans to join IIT, Her wish is to be an astronaut she has been fascinated about space since her childhood. For the past two year she was dedicated towards getting ready for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and also stayed away from social media. Pal is aiming to join IISc Bangalore; she has no intention of studying in IITs. Pal wants to pursue astrophysics and IISc bangalore is her first choice. She is also willing to join the Indian institute of space science and technology. Her second choice is Thiruvananthapuram. If both the choices didn’t work she would choose to study BSc astrophysics at IIT Bombay.

Pal Aggarwal took coaching from FIITJEE to prepare for the JEE exam and studied 10-12 hours per day. As the pandemic hit the coaching classes switched to online mode, Pal found it a great approach to save her time and study even more at the comfort of home. Teachers shared blog links, research papers, education videos during online classes which was a better way to learn. Pal was all inclined in the direction of teachers and towards academics. Pal gave her best in the JEE examination and once the answer key was released she knew she would qualify for the next level. She referred to NCERT books and previous year papers to prepare for the examination. She has put great effort into attempting the JEE exam confidently.h

When JEE main 2021 results were announced there was an other topper from Haryana, Anmol Arichwal who secured 100 percent. He gave credits to his teachers and parents for motivating him. He prepared for JEE exams with an aim to pursue research in mathematics in IISC Bangalore . He believes refering NCERT is important to crack JEE main exam. Due to the pandemic he had to attend online classes and prepare for exams. He studied for hours under the guidance of his teachers of aakash institute. The exam which he took in the February-March session was tough. Later when he took the exam in July which turned out to be easy. In both sessions questions were technology based; it was directly from the NCERT book. However he was prepared for three sessions.

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