JEE Mains Kerala topper aims at IIT Madras for higher studies
Every student aiming at engineering dreams of IITs and NITs. Kerala topper in the JEE 2019, Vishnu Vinod is one step closer to his dreams with undivided focus on what he wants to pursue.
Vishnu, a class 12 student at the Mannanam KE School recorded 99.99 percentile score in the JEE (Mains) conducted by National Testing Agency.
He attributes his achievement to systematic training and proper focus. He had scored full A+ grades in CBSE class 10 board examinations earlier.
“I had prepared well. Hence good marks were expected. But rank was unexpected. Last weeks I had dedicated to mock tests alone and it helped immensely”.
Vishnu had taken JEE preparation parallel with school academics. 4 to 5 hours were kept aside for JEE. Vishnu also attended training for JEE at Brilliant Study Center in Pala.
Vishnu is of the habbit of completing his studies with scheduled deadlines. On holidays he would go for JEE preparation classes. He studied his daily lessons. Weeks before the exam, portions and revisions were completed. Then concentration was on mock tests and online test series by Brilliant Study Center. According to Vishnu 75% of his achievement’s credit goes to the mock tests.
Vishnu plans to join IIT Madras for Computer Science engineering. He is on the preparation for JEE (Advanced) for it. At the same time, he said that he is not planning on his career further. Computer Science is his favourite subject. But with class 12 level knowledge on the subject, career or higher studies can’t be decided. First let me learn and then will decide, he said.
To JEE aspirants
“Before preparing for any exams, there should be proper aim. Many entrance exams are being held simultaneously. Whichever you want, focus only on that. If focus is divided onto many, it will affect performance. Concentrate on one exam at a time. Try and do as many mock tests as possible. As the number of tests increases, so do results. During the final days, mock tests and online tests are critical”.
Elder son of Idukki Anakkara native and planter Vinod Kumar and Chandni, Vishnu is an enthusiastic reader and loves English novels. One other practice Vishnu has is chanting devotional hymns. He opines that it gives him immense confidence. Vishnu has a younger brother Vishwanathan, a student at Mannanam KE school.