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IIT JEE Online Crash Course
A short duration, last-minute course that is designed for the students who have appeared for their 12th board exams and are focused on aggressive preparation for the JEE Main, JEE Advanced, and other engineering entrance exams.
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Program Details

Jee Main

MOMENTUM 2020 is a rigorous short duration course specially designed with an objective to sharpen your preparation for JEE Main. The course mainly emphasizes on increasing an aspirant's speed and accuracy while attempting the question paper. The focus of the program is to build confidence and motivate the students to give their best shot in the remaining time before the test day.


Besides Classroom Session and comprehensive Course Material, Online Test Series will also be provided to students. This will help in assessing and improving their performance, besides introducing them to the pattern of the competitive examinations.




Students presently in Class XI


From April 2020 to June 2020



Weekday Batch : 3-4 days a week
Weekend Batch : 2 days a week (Sat & Sun)



Weekday Batch : (3-4 hrs, 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
Weekend Batch : (6 hrs, 8:00 PM - 2:30 PM)



Nirman Vihar, Delhi



Fees will be evaluated on the basis of the student’s performance in Scholarship Tests

Kindly visit the nearest centre, for more information.



Admission to this classroom program is made only through Clear Exam Talent Support Test (CTSE) or/and Clear Exam Admission-cum-Scholarship Test (CAST)


Teaching Methodology

Preparation for Board Examination

  • Classroom Teaching & NCERT Book Discussion

  • Clear Exam Board Worksheets (CBWs)

  • Smart Study Material (Sheets/Modules)

  • Board Pattern Tests (BPTs)

  • Doubt Resolution Classes

  • Support for Practical (Physics & Chemistry)

Preparation for JEE Main

  • Classroom Teaching

  • Daily Practice Problems (DPPs)

  • Study Material

  • Full-Length Tests (FLTs)

  • Part-Length Tests (PLTs)

  • Doubt Resolution Classes


Teaching/Learning Tools

Daily Practice Problems (DPPs)

A handout having problems for home assignment, practice and classroom discussion covering current and previous topics. A DPP for CLAT has 7-10 problems.


Board Worksheet

Questions onboard pattern with blank spaces (to write their answers) are provided to students in the form of worksheets. Students after completing the worksheet; have to submit it for evaluation. It ensures written practice of students for board examinations.  


Study Material (Sheets/Modules)

Topic wise study material having key concepts, problems for practice in various Exercise Levels and questions asked in previous years (Board/CLAT).  


Periodic Tests

Periodic Tests designed according to the official test format serves as periodic milestones where students assess their performance throughout their preparation journey. These tests comprise of Topic-Syllabus Tests (TSTs), Part-Syllabus Tests (PSTs) and Full-Syllabus Tests (FSTs). All tests are conducted on the pattern of CLAT in offline mode.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does JEE syllabus change every year?

No change has been seen in the past 10 years or so in the JEE Main syllabus. The syllabus is based on NCERT books.

Do questions repeat in JEE mains?

Absolutely. It is advised that the aspirant goes through the previous years’ question papers during their preparations.

What is the age limit for JEE Mains Exam?

There is no age bar for appearing in the JEE Main. The candidate, however, must meet the age limit criteria of the individual Institutes.  

What is the state of eligibility for the Improvement Candidates?

The state code of eligibility for improvement candidates will be the one from where they originally passed the Class XII Board.

What is the state of eligibility for the students studying Abroad?

For the Indian nationals passing the equivalent qualifying examination from an institution located abroad, the state of eligibility will be determined on the basis of their respective permanent address in India as mentioned in the Passport of individual candidates.

What is the state of eligibility for the students studying from NIOS Board?

Candidate passed or appearing Class XII from NIOS should select the state of eligibility according to the state in which the study centre was located.

Can I make corrections in my application form after submitting it once?

Yes, the application form can be corrected during the correction window opened by the authorities prior to the release of admit cards.

Whether the photograph without name and date is accepted?

Yes, it is accepted! The candidates, however, are advised to upload an image with date and name as per the instructions.

Is the syllabus for JEE Main and JEE Advanced same or different?

Candidates must note that the syllabus for JEE Advanced is not same as JEE Main. One should go to the official website and check the most recent syllabus. 

What is the syllabus of JEE Main Paper I, Paper II and Paper III?

JEE Main syllabus for Paper I encompasses topics and chapters studied by students in Class XII qualifying examination. JEE Main syllabus for Paper I encompasses topics and chapters studied by students in Class XII qualifying examination.
JEE Main Paper II for B Arch contains questions from Mathematics and Aptitude. A drawing test is also conducted.
JEE Main Paper III contains Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning Based Questions.

Are calculators allowed in JEE Main?

No, the use of calculators is strictly prohibited in the JEE Main exam.

Is a Logbook allowed in JEE Main?

No, even log tables are not allowed in any exam.

How many times can a candidate appear for JEE?

According to NTA, a student can attempt JEE Main exam twice in an academic session. As per academic and age eligibility criteria, however, a candidate can appear in the JEE Exam for three consecutive years.

Will studying from NCERT books be enough to clear JEE Main?

Authorities of the JEE-Main follow the curriculum of NCERT while setting the question paper. One must follow the NCERT books. It, however, is also very essential that the students go through the previous year question papers of JEE Main too.

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