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JEE Main Session 1 topper Sneha Pareek gets rank 2 in second session, want to pursue BTech (CS) from any IIT’

NTA JEE Main 2022 Topper Sneha Pareek News Updates: Her strategy for JEE Advanced will be the same as JEE Main of ‘practising maximum mock tests’.

jee main 2022 result topperJEE Main 2022 result: Sneha is waiting for her CBSE class 12 board results and is hopeful to pass them with flying colours.

JEE Main 2022 Result: Assam’s Sneha Pareek, the only girl among the 14 candidates who scored a 100 percentile in JEE Main 2022 Session 1, said Monday that she was determined to study engineering and, hence, was completely focused on cracking the entrance test. Sneha has secured AIR 2 in session 2 results.

For the past two years, Pareek stayed away from social media platforms and other recreational activities. “I studied for around 12 to 13 hours daily and dedicated myself to JEE preparation more than the board exams,” she said.

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The 18-year-old is waiting for her CBSE Class 12 board exam results and is hopeful she will ace it as well.

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Pareek, who is from Guwahati, said she will not appear in Session 2 of JEE Main 2022 and will prepare for JEE Advanced. Her strategy for JEE Advanced will be the same as JEE Main—‘practising maximum mock test

She wants to pursue BTech in Computer Science and does not have a preference for any institute. “All the IITs are coveted and are represented by remarkable faculty. Hence, I am willing to join any IIT that offers my desired course. If it comes as a preferred choice, I will opt for IIT-Bombay,” she added.

Talking about her preparation for JEE Main, Pareek said that she followed the coaching notes shared by ALLEN Career Institute in Guwahati. Apart from that, she followed H C Verma’s book on Physics and Sudarshan Guha for Chemistry.

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While most IIT aspirants relocate to Kota for JEE preparation, Pareek opted to stay back in Guwahati to remain close to her family. “I had heard stories of students experiencing loneliness during their preparation at Kota. I did not want to go through the same. Staying close to the family was a great mental support and morale booster. Hence, it worked out well for me,” the topper said.

First published on: 11-07-2022 at 09:53 IST
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