IIT JAM 2019 cutoff is 22.96 for Mathematics as General category. You can check the cutoff of other courses to go through with the given below link.
Try to stay motivated each moment. By motivation, I don't mean you to watch motivational videos or read motivational articles, t just means you to understand your responsibility and urge to get towards achieving jee exams. That will keep you pumped up everytime.
And then plan a schedule. Goes without saying that you will have to follow it daily and regularly. Stay honest with yourself and study as much as you can and try to avoid all the distractions as its a matter of just few months left then they you will get to enjoy as much as you want in the vacations.
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The eligibility of JNU for admission in msc mathematics for obc follows as-
The students should have completed the graduation in mathematics from any of recognized universities with at least 55% marks. And you also need OBC certificate. For more detail check this link
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Yes, JNU also offer two year postgraduation degree in mathematics. You can get admission there after BSc in mathematics. For more detail on the course, eligibility etc...visit this link
The syllabus includes set theory,theory of equation,modern algebra,matrices,Trigonometry,differential calculus,integration calculus,vector analysis,differential equation,2D,3D.
For detailed information about B.Sc B.Sc Mathematics in Magadh University follow the link given below:
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Make a timetable, follow it daily. Try to understand the concepts in a detailed manner by maybe taking the help of some videos, or notes, etc and then byheart the formulae. After that, make your own self noted which you can refer at times and can also help you for last minute revision. Don't forget to solve the mock tests as there is a pattern which gets followed every year - like the type of questions asked, etc. And remove the fear from mind that you are weak in maths and believe in yourself that you can do it and the you're half way there.
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