Twins top JEE Main 2023 and hope to one day appear on Shark Tank Twins top JEE Main 2023 and hope to one day appear on Shark Tank The Goel brothers are now aiming to get into the Computer Science Engineering (CSE) department at either IIT Delhi or IIT Bombay so they can get a job coding in the future.
Toppers from JEE Main 2023 session 1 Nipun and Nikunj Goel worked together to prepare for JEE Mai 2023. Graphics by Dinkar Sasi) Watch this article. Twin brothers Nipun and Nikunj Goel, from Uttar Pradesh's Hapur, scored 100 and 99.99 percentiles, respectively, in the first session of the JEE Main 2023 exam.
On Tuesday, the JEE Main results were made available by the National Testing Agency. Twenty applicants, including Nipun Goel, have scored wonderful 100.
Check out |JEE Main 2023: A boy from Gujarat wants to be like his brother; pursue computer science engineering According to Nipun and Nikunj, in addition to assisting one another, they maintained healthy competition.
We have supported one another over the past two years. We were successful because our preparation plans and schedules were in sync. We came up with ideas and tried to find a solution whenever one of us was stuck on a subject, Nipun told The Indian Express.
The Goel brothers now hope to get into the Computer Science Engineering (CSE) department at either IIT Delhi or IIT Bombay.
When Nipun was asked why he chose a popular course over other engineering courses, he responded, " We are aware that Ramgopal Rao, the former director of IIT-Delhi, has advised students to look beyond CSE. However, coding piques our interest. We want to study CSE to improve our coding abilities.
Additionally, see |JEE Main Result 2023: The top performer from Maharashtra relocated to Kota with his family to prepare for the entrance exam. The twins began preparing for the JEE Mains after completing Class 10. However, in April 2021, their classes were moved online due to the Covid pandemic. While they saved time traveling with the virtual classes, offline classes improved their performance.
You can stay focused and determined with online classes. You become more disciplined when you are physically present in a class with other students and a teacher, which is difficult to do in online classes. The most important thing is that, unlike online classes, offline classes provide proper interaction and teacher guidance,” the brothers explained.
To attend their JEE classes in FIITJEE, Meerut, the UP boys had to travel 35 kilometers four days per week.
It is essential to independently revise your daily lessons. Although our teachers assist us in comprehending the concepts, it is essential to review our class notes and make time for self-study. They advised, "Make sure you do well on all class tests because it will help you learn how to manage your time."
Read also: | JEE Main 2023 session 2 registration begins today; here is a list of the states with the highest number of registrations Nipun and Nikunj are fans of the reality television show "Shark Tank." We were too busy preparing for the JEE Mains to watch the second season yet. Additionally, the show will not feature our favorite shark, Ashneer Grover, this season,” they stated.
In the future, the brothers want to appear, present their idea, and secure funding for their proposed start-up.
Nipun continued, "If we get the chance, we would like to present our plans to the sharks someday."
Nipun and Nikunj enjoy playing basketball in addition to watching Shark Tank. However, due to preparation for the JEE, they were forced to give up playing video games.
So, what advice do they have for JEE applicants? Adapt your daily study routine. The brothers stated, "Our schedule should be adaptable in accordance with your classes, energy, and syllabus."
Source:- The indian express