With the increasing competition every year, students have started becoming conscious to start early preparations. With the feedback given by successful candidate, coaching institutes have started training students from as early as from class 6.
As there is a major shift in the curriculum from class 11 and class 12, special courses helps the students to balance the studies for engineering as well. The following benefits give an added advantage to the students who starts early preparation:

  • Sharpens the analytical skills of the students from an early age
  • Develops critical thinking to acquire an edge over their counterparts
  • Career planning is one such direction provided by the courses that helps them understand the importance of early preparations
  • Though students should not be pressurized from class 6 but also should not wait until class 11 as well. The proper time to start IIT preparation should be from class 6.

The following reasons will make a clear understanding

Build an approach while pressure is less

Usually the pressure point is triggered since the beginning of 10 standard, while a student entering class 11 is never surrounded by any pressure. As the students in class 6 have better understanding, the basics and fundamentals can be taught only to build an approach for the future, as they may not be able to grasp 11 or 12 syllabus.

Students are serious about their future

Class 6 is at such an age that most of the students have already decided what career option they want to choose. Parents, not by pressurizing, but by helping and supporting them can mold their career better. Even though they may lack understanding of the importance of competitive exams, with guidance they will be at a better position later on in the path of their preparation.

Availability of free time

In comparison to senior counterparts, 6 standard students have much more free time available, which can be used for something better. A proper schedule and planning can help them get enough time to prepare for competitive exams after excluding their relaxation time.