1 out of 4 Career Launcher Arc students clear IIT-JEE 2009

255+ IITians in IIT JEE’09.     850+ IITians till date.

The number of Arc success stories in IIT-JEE’09 is three times higher than the industry average!

Arc – the IIT-test prep division of Career Launcher – has just rewritten history in IIT-JEE’09. With more than 250 Arc students making it through to the prestigious IITs, which translates to a success ratio of 1 out of 4 Arc students cracking IIT-JEE’09, this is truly an enviable record.

And if that was not enough, our students, while cracking IIT-JEE effortlessly, have also performed equally well in their Board exams!

Arc Delhi IIT- JEE’09 results
Total Results : 74
Students in Main merit list : 15
Students in Extended merit List : 59.
Top rank : 320  ( SC rank is AIR 4 )
4 students in top 1000

Of these achievers, the board performance highlight is as follows:

Arc Delhi Boards results

Four have scored more than 95 % in aggregate
21 have scored moret than 90 % in aggregate
In Maths , two have scored perfect 100 and 23 have scored 95 or more
In Physics , 14 have scored 95 or more
In Chemistry , 11 have scored 95 or more

Our Delhi IIT-JEE Achievers

Devaret M (JEE 320, AIEEE 1076)
Sarthak H (JEE 330, AIEEE 66)
Gaurav A (JEE 530, AIEEE 1436)
Harpreet M (JEE 603, AIEEE 5477)
Mayur R (JEE 1884, AIEEE 1694)
Rajat B (JEE 2578, AIEEE 2608)
Manish D (JEE 2875, AIEEE 3792)
Aditya B (JEE 3122, AIEEE 1116)
Aman G ( JEE 3949)
Kshitij L (JEE 5306)

Arc Mumbai IIT- JEE’09 results
Total Results : 159
Total students in Main merit list: 42
Total students in Extended merit list:
Top rank : 197  ( SC rank is AIR 9 )
6 students in top 1000

Our Mumbai IIT-JEE Achievers

Yatish T (JEE 197, AIEEE 255)
Anirudh S(JEE 244, AIEEE 373)
Kalpak Tapas (JEE 332, AIEEE 490)
Zaman (JEE 585, AIEEE 2026)
Rahul M (JEE 600, AIEEE 1232)
Hemant G (JEE 941, AIEEE 3293)
Yash (JEE 1014, AIEEE 1200)
Shristi (JEE 1186, AIEEE 6280)
Chinmay ( JEE 2029, AIEEE 2762)
Avik (JEE 2239, AIEEE 4297)
Jagrit (JEE 2425, AIEEE 1025)
Chintan (JEE 2509, AIEEE 5309)
Aftab(JEE 2511, AIEEE 5046)
Anang (JEE 2560, AIEEE 883)
Harsh (JEE 2561)
Rahul (JEE 2732, AIEEE 4995)

Here’s what some of our achievers had to say about their Arc experience:

“Here the focus is on teaching of concepts, instead of exam tricks. Adaptability to students’ needs is yet another feature. For example, Adjustments of class dates and timing on the go.” – Devavret Makkar (JEE 320, AIEEE 1076.)

“Class management of faculty was awesome. It is encouragement from the Arc staff that helped me immensely to reach my destiny.”– Harpreet Singh Matharoo (JEE 603, AIEEE 5477)

“The planned way in which the two year course was set up is what i liked the most. The foundation and funda books with detailed theory and different types of exercises were very helpful to me in my preparation.”– Mayoor Rastogi (JEE 1884, AIEEE 1694)

The results attained by our students simply proves the validity of our belief that as an exam IIT-JEE is not difficult, just different.

This basic philosophy runs through our entire teaching methodology – be it in keeping matters simple by avoiding all jargon, focus on building concepts and in-depth understanding or promoting an environment where learning is stress-free.

Be a part of Arc today.

Increase your chances of getting into the IITs tomorrow!

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May 26, 2009 at 9:07 am 9 comments

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AIEEE 2009

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IIT-JEE 2009 Analysis and Solutions

Changing pattern of the IIT JEE is nothing new – recent years have experienced many such changes. However, the JEE 2009 there was a qualitative shift in the kind of questions asked – these do not require a lot of rigorous problem solving, but rather a fairly good understanding of the concepts and the ability to comprehend and analyse. This shift is welcome. The major changes: disappearance of assertion reasoning type of questions, subjective questions back in paper and negative marking in one or more than one correct choice types.

Expected Cut off

Whereas a score of about 150 can be suitable for securing name in the common merit list. An average student has chances to score almost equally in all three sections.

Click here to download the complete analysis.

IIT- JEE 2009 – Paper 1 Code 7 Answer Key

IIT- JEE 2009 – Paper 2 Code 0 Answer Key

April 12, 2009 at 2:18 pm Leave a comment

IIT-JEE 2008 and 2007 Analysis and Solutions

IITJEE 2007 Analysis


IITJEE 2007 Solutions:

Paper 1

Paper 2


IITJEE 2008 Analysis


IITJEE 2008 Solutions:

Paper 1

Paper 2


AIEEE 2008 Analysis


AIEEE 2008 Solutions:

Math

Chemistry

Physics


April 1, 2009 at 5:42 am Leave a comment

10 days to IITJEE

There is very little time left now. Students have already studied everything they planned to, revised, taken mocks and done their strength and weaknesses analysis topic wise, as well as subject wise. Students don’t even dream of studying anything new at this point of time. What they should be doing is-

  • Focusing on revision of important formula steps, assumptions, etc.

  • Working towards deciding their test taking strategy for the JEE. Students now know which areas they are weak in and in which areas they are strong in (subject wise), so they should decide which subject to start with, and also make an estimate about how many questions should be correctly answering or attempting in order to secure the rank which they are aiming at, based on previous years’ analysis available on IIT websites etc.

  • Eating healthy, maybe anti oxidants etc, getting adequate sleep and meditating, and so on.

April 1, 2009 at 5:27 am Leave a comment

Trend in DCE Questions (2007-2008)


PHYSICS

Sl. No.

Chapter

Years

2007

2008

1.

Units, Measurement and Motion in one Dimension

2

4

2.

Motion in Two and Three Dimensions, Vectors

3.

Circular Motion

6

4.

Laws of Motion, Momentum and Collision

1

5.

Work, Energy and Power

1

3

6.

Rotational Motion

3

2

7.

Gravitation

8

2

8.

Properties of Matter

3

3

9.

Heat and Thermodynamics

2

3

10.

Simple Harmonic Motion

2

2

11.

Sound and Waves

3

5

12.

Electrostatics

2

5

13.

Current Electricity

1

1

14.

Thermal and Chemical Effects of Current

2

15.

Magnetic Effects of Current

2

3

16.

Magnetism

2

17.

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current

6

2

18.

Electromagnetic Waves

4

19.

Ray Optics

2

6

20.

Waves Optics

1

1

21.

Optical Instruments

2

22.

Electron and Photon

3

5

23.

Atomic, Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity

3

6

24.

Solids and Semiconductors

2

4

25.

Universe, Relativity and Transmission

Total Number of Questions

60

60

CHEMISTRY

Sl. No.

Chapter

Years

2007

2008

1.

Atoms, Molecules & chemical Arithmetics

2

2.

Elements & Their Extraction

1

3.

Gases and Liquids States

2

1

4.

Atomic Structure

2

3

5.

Periodic Table

4

1

6.

Bonding & Molecular Structure

4

3

7.

Solid State

1

1

8.

Nuclear Chemistry

2

2

9.

Solutions

3

1

10.

Chemical Thermodynamics

1

2

11.

Chemical Equilibrium

3

3

12.

Electrochemistry

3

2

13.

Chemical Kinetics

3

3

14.

Surface Chemistry

1

2

15.

Organic Chemistry of Hydrocarbons

12

16

16.

Purification of Organic Compounds

2

1

17.

Natural & Synthetic Polymers

1

1

18.

Chemistry in Action

4

1

19.

Non-metals I, II

4

1

20.

Chemistry of Heavier Metals

1

1

21.

Representative Elements

6

22.

Transition Metals

2

3

23.

Coordination Chemistry & Organometallics

2

1

24.

Quantitative Analysis

1

25.

Biomolecules & Biological Processes

4

Total Number of Questions

60

60

MATHEMATICS

Sl. No.

Chapter

Years

2007

2008

1.

Sets, Relations and Functions

1

2

2.

Trigonometric Functions

3

4

3.

Straight Line, Pair & Family of Straight Lines

2

4

4.

Circles and Family of Circles

3

2

5.

Conic Sections

4

4

6.

Complex Number

3

2

7.

Quadratic Equations

3

3

8.

Sequence and Series

2

9.

Permutations and Combinations

1

2

10.

Binomial Theorem

3

3

11.

Exponential and Logarithmic Series

1

2

12.

Solution of Triangles

2

2

13.

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

3

14.

Stat-I (Mean, Median, Mode, SD Variance etc)

1

15.

Number System

16.

Matrices and Determinants

1

17.

Functions, Limits and Continuity

3

3

18.

Differentiation

1

19.

Application of Derivatives

4

3

20.

Indefinite Integral

2

2

21.

Definite Integral

2

2

22.

Differential Equations

3

2

23.

Vector

2

3

24.

Three-Dimensional Geometry

3

4

25.

Probability

5

3

26.

Stat.-II (Pro., Cov., Correlation and Regration etc.)

1

27.

Computing

4

28.

Numerical Methods

29.

Dynamics

1

30.

Linear Programming

2

31.

Mathematical Reasoning

2

Total Number of Questions

60

60

February 25, 2009 at 6:43 am Leave a comment

AIEEE Analysis

Mathematics

Topic

2008

2007

Sets, Relations and Functions

2

1

Limits, Continuity & Differentiability

1

2

Application of Derivatives

2

4

Indefinite Integrals, Definite Integrals & Area under the Curve

3

3

Cartesian coordinates & Straight Line

1

3

Circles

1

1

Conics

2

2

Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions

3

2

Complex Numbers

1

1

Binomial Theorem, Exponential & Logarithmic Series

1

3

Permutation & Combination

2

1

Probability

2

2

Vectors

2

2

3-D Coordinate Geometry

2

3

Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles

2

2

Trigonometric Ratios, Equations, & Inverse Circular Function

1

1

Heights and Distances

1

1

Matrices & Determinants

3

2

Mathematical Logic

2

Statics & Dynamics

3

Statistics

1

1

35

40

Physics

Topic

2008

2007

Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments

5

Kinematics

1

2

New ton’s laws and friction

1

Work, Power & Energy

1

1

System of particles

3

1

Gravitation, Rotational mechanics

2

3

Properties of Matter

3

SHM, Oscillations

4

Mechanical Waves and Sound

3

1

Ray Optics , Wave Optics

5

2

Heat and Thermodynamics

1

4

Electrostatics

2

6

Current Electricity

2

1

Magnetism , Magnetic effects of current

2

5

EMI , AC and EM waves

1

2

Modern Physics

4

7

35

40

Chemistry

Topic

2008

2007

Atomic Structure and Classification

1

1

Chemical Bonding

2

3

Stoichiometry

1

2

States of Matter

1

1

Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium

4

3

Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear Chemistry

1

4

Chemical Thermodynamics

2

3

Solutions

2

2

Electrochemistry

1

2

General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group I

9

9

Organic Chemistry – Functional Group II

1

1

Organic Chemistry – Functional Gp III

1

Chemistry of Representative Elements

5

4

Transition Elements

1

3

Coordination Compounds & Organometallics

2

Surface Chemistry

1

Biomolecules

1

1

35

40

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