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hey guys welcome back this is me your suri sir and you are watching me on

vedantu's JEE channel so tell me guys are you a JEE aspirant if yes then I'm

sure that you'll be going to appear for JEE examination either in the month of

January 2020 or in the month of April 2020 or maybe in the coming years later

on in your future yes or no many guys if you are a JEE aspirant then yes this video

is going to be immensely helpful for you how about this guys if I tell you that

you can secure one-third of your marks in a subject in JEE in just first 10 to

12 minutes how awesome would that be yes or no yes I'm not kidding it is possible

you can score one third of your marks in a subject in JEE in your first 10 to 12

minutes and I'm going to tell you how is that possible

are you all ready for that I'm sure you are ok guys so we are going to go ahead

and what I call this technique is a very interesting thing to know well we call

this technique as you can see it on the screen we call it EMD method what does

EMD stand here for well it's basically easy medium and difficult so why am i

calling it that you have to listen to me very carefully from now onwards well guys

as soon as you receive the paper you have to dedicate initial 10 to 12

minutes of a given subject in just analyzing the entire paper go through

the entire paper and marking the entire paper with each and every question as

which of these is easy medium or difficult as per you not as per the

general perception or conception how you feel about that question in first 10

minutes you have to do that and once you are done with that after that if you

start solving the paper you would have the entire words of you bird's-eye view

over the entire paper and then you will be able to solve the questions obviously

which are easy for you first after that you will be

going for what will be going for the mediocre level of questions for you and

then if time permits then you will be going for the difficult questions

well usually guys whenever we appear for exams like JEE we go by our own

understanding and our own affinity towards all the three subjects if we

find which is usually the convention most of the people find chemistry the

most scoring after that either physics or maths comes so say if you are

starting off with chemistry you will obviously if you are considering it to

be the most scoring one you will try to give it the least amount of time after

that the next subject that you consider is relatively easier for you is what you

will be giving your time to and you will try to save maximum amount of time for

the subject which you find difficult so I'm assuming that you're going to give

45 minutes to chemistry around 55 minutes to physics and an hour to

mathematics so that you are still spared with around 25 to 30 minutes to do the

revision as in which all questions you have solved which have you not solved

you want to see whether you have marked the questions correctly or not

and so on and so forth well guys whenever you are reaching to a

particular say subject say you reach to physics I am going to take the example

of physics here you're going to spare first ten minutes in just going to the

process that I'm going to tell you it's not that you will be just going in the

examination final examination and applying this rather I will recommend if

you like the method that I am going to tell you today try applying that in all

the mock test or all the tests that you are going to appear for in during your

preparations before you appear for the actual jay examinations okay guys so

what exactly EMD method is we are clear about that we are going to mark

the questions as easy mediocre and difficult and after that we will solve

all the people questions ok but how does it work let's go through that well what

you see here on the screen I'll go through all the individual points and

Dave will actually matter yes it's the first point which is say is that the

entire method works on certain principles the first point says that

your affinity to a topic and appearance of the questions from those topic is

probabilistic yes obviously some luck factor is always

there there are topics you like and if you like those topics

and the questions come from that particular chapter then obviously your

confidence level goes high and your probability of scoring more increases

works by say Versailles as well but let's be very optimistic and let's hope

that all the topics which we are very very very fond of makes the maximum

number of questions are going to come from that okay guys now where it starts

getting practical this was basically something luck based probabilistic your

gut feeling is very important when you are selecting the question when you are

just scanning the paper you're trying you will not be able to read the

questions completely you will only be able to scan through the vapor so that

is why I listen to all the points very carefully as the second point says that

your gut feeling matters yes your gut feeling matters case why our gut feeling

matters is because in the first go when you are reading say around 25 questions

are going to be this year earlier till 2019 30 questions were there so 30

questions in 10 minutes is a very very very very very fast process so in that

case obviously my gut feeling about the question when I look at it is going to

help me call take a call whether it is easy mediocre or difficult yes yeah next

point says that you're reading and you're analyzing ski speed are crucial

well obviously if you can read very fast that is basically going to come by

practice only when you have solved many questions during your preparation years

you will just be able to go through the question read the important parts of the

question in while you are scanning it you will be able to get a judgement

about the difficulty level of the question and that is why you are reading

and then based upon your reading you're analyzing skill is very very very

crucial guys and yes whenever there are going to be diagrams in the question

there'll be extra helpful why because it help you directly get to the point that

which chapter this particular question belongs to yes or no say if you see a

circuit diagram you know that the question is from current electricity and

you can directly connect with your thought whether I am good at current

electricity or not if you see a block and our triangular wedge you get the

idea that the question is from mechanics from

of motion and if you are good at it in general then you will obviously be

marking it either easy or mediocre but say for me like I consider optics as one

of the most challenging topics but then if I see any lens or a complicated

diagram from optics then the first thought comes that do I scan it properly

or do I say that it is difficult okay guys so yes the paper which I am going

to discuss today in terms of easy mediocre and difficult topics wise it's

going to be from J 2019 the paper which was held on 9th of January and that too

in the morning shift assuming that there are topics which I also consider easy

usually which I am very good at and then there are topics which I also find

challenging yes consider me as one of you and I'm going to dig Lee with this

paper obviously we are not solving the paper

we are just scanning it for the first 10 minutes to 12 minutes of the paper to

mark the each and every single question as easy mediocre and difficult remember

the name of the method guys it is e md method so what I believe in general guys

I believe that mechanics is usually very easily doable because it does not

require much of theory it requires only application after that I find

electrodynamics also very scoring because usually there are formulas which

if you remember you'll be able to apply them to get the formulas application and

solution done then comes for me is thermodynamics the entire thermodynamics

is based upon very simple concepts as well as very few number of formulas so

you can apply them as well there are few parts which are sometimes tricky as well

okay after that comes modern physics in modern physics also there are parts like

atomic structure and photoelectric effect nuclear physics which I find

relatively very scoring but when it comes to semiconductor devices apart

from the logic gates I consider that the other devices like transistors diode and

amplifier they are relatively tricky because that requires a little bit of

more reading in-depth reading of all the questions okay guys and the one as I

already have confessed yes optics is something which if I'm lucky

I'll be able to crack a question else I will put it mostly in mediocre or

difficult zone for myself guys again repeating I'm just

trying to give you a framework here do not take it as a thumb rule I'm just

giving you a general idea how to keep the difficulty level of the topics and

the units in your mind okay guys so without wasting any further time what

I'm going to do guys I'm going to pick my phone I'm going to start the

stopwatch in my phone and let's see if we are able to mark all the questions as

eet EEZ mediocre and difficult or not well II what make what we are going to

do here from here onwards the first slide onwards you'll be seeing all the

questions one by one obviously as you are going to see on the computer screen

when you appear for Jay main but I have already marked them easy mediocre and

difficult so that by the end we will be able to count the number of questions

which are easy the number of questions which are mediocre and the number of

questions which are difficult okay guys so the questions are already marked so I

am giving you that benefit of doubt that that will take at least 30 more seconds

to mark each or every one of them 30 seconds to one more minute you can take

hey guys so here I have my stopwatch we are moving on to the first question I'll

be reading it not the entire question I'll be trying to get the gist of all

the questions specially if diagrams are there I'll take my call whether that

question is doable or not I'll try to explain also info in this entire process

it may so happen that I might shoot the time more than 10 minutes but then

remember I'll be also trying to explain you how am i marking them as easy

mediocre and difficult but when I will be doing the mental process of

understanding whether the question is e MD then obviously I will not be taking

that much amount of time so probably I am going to take 2 to 3 minutes

additional you will when you will do this you will be able to save that much

amount of time ok guys so let's start without wasting any further time here

let's go ahead and see how the Jay 2019 paper was in general how many questions

were easy mediocre and difficult and I'll give you towards the end a very

very very generic analysis of how the paper is actually said with respect to

easy mediocre and difficult ok so here we go

starting off with the stopwatch and my stopwatch starts along with the question

coming on the screen okay guys so I've started the stopwatch and yes this is

the very first question which looks like from the magnetic effect of electric

currents and the question wants us to find out the magnetic feel at this point

we know it we can find out by mu knot I upon to R theta upon 2 pi so that's why

something which you can solve but not like in the fingertip so that's why I'm

working it as mediocre moving on next question as you can see diagram it's a

PV diagram that means it is from thermodynamics the question is asking us

to find out the heat flow in the process of path ADB so in general first law of

thermodynamics is easily applicable so you will be able to solve it by finding

the value of internal energy from one of the processes that's why I'm marking

this question guys as easy moving on the next question what you see here is

electric field is given and electromagnetic wave is the name of the

chapter and electric field is given magnetic field is to be found we know

that the light is basically having a magnitude which is equal to e by B using

that formula you'll be able to solve it that's why I'm marking it as easy moving

on the next question is basically from the chapter of waves we know that

intensity maximum is under root of i1 plus under root of I 2 whole square my

minimum is under root I 1 minus under root I 2 whole square so there values

are being given you have to find out the intensity is ratio so you can easily do

that formula apply that and solve it that's why I marked it as easy again ok

now see this this question is actually from center of mass and collision we

have to find out how much angle this KB is making with theta so when you are

looking at the diagram yes you think that yes some sort of balancing has to

happen the net torque will become zero and that point has to be found with

respect to center of mass so it will require a lot of geometric understanding

and according to me it will take time that's why I'm marking it as difficult

moving on question from thermodynamics again in fact ktg we have to find out

the ratio of RMS speed which is under root of three RT by M all the

informations similarly looks like appear sorry so looks like they are given so

that's why you'll be able to solve this one just by applying the formula

it as easy again now you see this see this that this is basically a current

electricity question and if I read it quickly it says that we have to find out

the value in this branch so in such questions when battery is not given

usually you go by a nodal analysis method and you'll be able to solve it

but not marking it it is very easy but because it is doable that's why marking

it mediocre okay guys very easily visible it's the carbon resistor and by

using the color code method you will have to find out the value of the

tolerance which you can easily do okay so in that case you'll be able to solve

this question very easily also be able to find out the value of the resistance

by using BB ROI Great Britain very good life that method of remembering the

color codes so marking it easy again after that what you see here guys is a

bar magnet and your that bar magnet is placed in a solenoid solenoid has a

magnetic field of B equal to MU knot ni we have to find out the cohesive 'ti of

the bar magnet coercivity is B by mu knot so all the information is seemingly

appear appear to be given so you'll be able to find out B by mu knot so that's

why marking it as easy again moving on now to see that young's modulus has to

be found and temperature also is visible we know that young's modulus is stress

upon strain strain because of thermal strain stress can be found as alpha

delta t options are also helpful to judge that you will be able to solve

this also so marking it as easy again next one because spring and block are

available so all you have to do is basically think about s hm a constant

force is acting maximum speed is to be found which is at the mean position so I

think by doing some calculations you'll be able to solve it that's why I'm

marking it as mediocre okay guys so far one difficult question okay now this

question three charges one of them in aq barium and we have to find out the value

of Q to keep the entire system in equilibrium and usually we have done so

many questions like that jackpot question that's why it does easy

okay guys moving on now the next one in this case we have a conducting loop

which has charge over it we have to find out the net charge flowing through the

loop if the magnetic field is this much in this case I think you'll be applying

the law Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction we have to find out the value

of electromagnetic induction says that electromagnetic EMF EMF is equal to rate

of change of flux B is given area is given so it looks like it's going to be

solved from that so that's why marking it as M okay guys yeah so this is done

moving on to this one this has a torsional pendulum involved

so again going by the SHA method you will have to find out the value of you

have to find out the tension in it the tension in the string is to be found

during the rotation happening so not considering it very easy but not very

difficult marking it as and because the question is from mechanics now the next

one is a copper wire its length is increase percentage change in the

electrical resistance so resistance is Rho L by a length is change so you can

find out the change in area keeping the volume constant easily doable that's why

I'm marking it as e now this is a capacitance question whether dielectric

and not plays very uniformly so it will require some integration to be done so

that's why another difficult level of question because whenever integration is

involved usually question gets difficulty or rather Lindy okay guys now

this one has a semi conductor whose resistivity is to be found so by using

that Ohm's law with respect to the current density J equal to J which is

related to Sigma and e that formula you will be using here to find out the value

of the resistivity of the semi conductor so 1 upon conductivity you can find okay

so marking it as Midea occur next one you have planet revolving around Sun and

its angular momentum is given aerial velocity is to be found

usually Kepler's law of planetary motion come in our mind if you know this it is

actually easy but if you do not know this you will go with the derivation

that's why it will require some time so that's why marking it as Midea occur now

what you see here not even reading the question what you see that it's

basically a block placed on the surface and it is basically the minimum value of

this force required to keep the block stationary that means question is from

laws of motion we'll be able to do it but not so fast that's why mediocre

level of question okay now what in this question you have the

diagram which says that temperature difference is being maintained and the

heat current is flowing so this is basically heat transfer you can convert

this into the electrical circuit situation and all you have to do is to

find out that temperature difference in the steady state so you can convert this

into resistance and easily able to solve it like a normal current electricity

problem so we'll take some time but not very difficult that's why marking it as

Midea occur okay guys next one you have a car in which a ball is suspended by a

thread and because of the acceleration of the vehicle there are waves created

in it and because of the acceleration of the vehicle you have to find out the

value of acceleration itself in terms of G so will require certain calculations

could be mediocre for some people but marking it as difficult because it may

require more of thinking hey guys fine next one a radioactive sample is

given half-life looks like to be found so first-order kinetics is to be used

the N by DT is equal to lambda times n and you'll be able to calculate the

half-life not easy but marking it as mediocre optics question guys so in this

question we have to find out that what is the minimum value of MU in this case

yes looks like something where I'll have to put efforts that's why marking it as

difficult from my perspective ok now this one has infinitely current carrying

loop and a circular current carrying loop we have to find out that a loop

applies a force on F here so not much of information given and when less

information is given you're required to work much more than that so that's why

I'm marking it as difficult now this one looks like has question from the modern

physics will require photoelectric equation because work what function is

to be found we know the photoelectric equation so marking it as M next one

kinematics question again velocity is given equation of the path is to be

found so you can very easily do it by differentiating X&Y ok so marking it as

easy next one says that there is a lens involved to get a sharp image so looks

like a mirror for a lens formula will be used so will be I will also be able to

do it marking it as mediocre moving on are uniformly charged ring

electric field on the axis has largest magnitude distance H we know that

electric field because of ring can be easily found we know that formula

usually so value of H where the electric field becomes maximum most of the people

already know this it is R by root 2 so you can mark it as easy now you have

three blocks collision looks like is involved so because of the perfectly

inelastic collision it will be doable but will not be very fast that's why

marking it as mediocre and this one guys the drift speed is there so yes you have

to find out the value of the drift speed I equal to ne VD we'll be able to

directly apply that and solve this all the 30 questions done pausing this thing

that's how fast we go guys now on the screen on my cell phone with the

explanation that I gave you people along with reading the questions

it says 9 minutes and 25 seconds as I promised you that yes this is doable

guys and doable in within 10 minutes so if you take say a little bit more of

time then also you will be able to finish this in 12 minutes

now after that once you are done doing this thing all we have to see is the

analysis of how many questions we have seen which are easy mediocre or

difficult okay guys so let's see this if you will go through this entire paper do

the revision I will be putting this PPT in the comment and description below so

the description will have the PPD here so you can go through the entire PPT

along with the marking as easy mediocre and difficult already being present

there for your reference so when you will take a count here guys you will

find that the number of easy questions in this paper

obviously there's had 30 questions because this was 2019 paper so easy

questions count is 12 when you will go through this total 12 easy questions are

here okay if I speak about the total count of

mediocre questions you'll find 30 questions of that count so the remaining

one are difficult which are 5 so what did I say

the topic or the title of this video says that you can score 40 plus in the

first 10 minutes you can secure that much marks so just multiply this by 4

this is 48 so even if you reduce the easy questions by 2 still you will still

be able to cross that mark of 40 in securing that in first 10 minutes guys

amazing or not yeah multiply this by 4 you get 52 marks

multiply this by 4 this is 20 marks wittich and this is very very very much

is going to be the case with almost any paper of jay if you pick any paper from

the last ten to 15 or 20 years you will see that J or in general any examination

sets the paper in such a way that close to 30 to 35 percent of the questions are

basically from the easy zone roughly 40 to 45 percent questions are from the

mediocre zone and 10 to 15% are the only questions which are the most ranked

deciding questions which are from the difficult zone so if I say that you

could crack these twelve questions by yourself easily and if you could manage

say 8 questions out of mediocre not even touching the difficult questions so 12

plus 8 20 questions out of 30 were very easily doable and you will not even take

the amount of time which I said you will put for physics say 55 minutes you'll be

able to do this within 45 minutes yeah even by doing this ten minutes analysis

of the paper scanning of the paper and by scoring by actually solving 20

questions multiply that by 4 you will be able to score 80 marks out of 120

in physics itself which is usually a very difficult scenario for most of the

students people consider physics is not that scoring but yes physics can also

become scoring and if you apply the same method in chemistry as well as in

mathematics see how awesome your result can get if you can score 80 in physics

you can easily score 90 200 and chemistry and say worst case scenario

you find mathematics difficult then not 80 but at least 60 you will be able to

score 50% and mathematics also you'll be able to score

just imagine what your score will be it'll be 250

so with that 250 score just imagine what kind of rank you can easily get means

what you are securing at least your nids and some of the IITs as well so guys if

you found this method interesting if you found it practically applicable then

from today onwards after watching this video any paper that you appear for as a

mock test try to dedicate first ten minutes of each subject to just scan the

paper take a sheet of paper because mostly you'll be appearing for all the

examinations on a computer screen so keep a sheet of paper with you before

people starts mark the question numbers 1 to 25 for all physics chemistry and

maths and say you are solving physics or you're going to appear for my physics

paper now so first when you are scanning the paper on the screen go through each

and every question on the paper start writing it as e m or D and after you are

done writing all of that go to all the questions with the numbering which you

have marked as easy first secure them in the first 10 plus 10 minutes first 10

minutes for the scanning next 10 to 15 minutes only for your mediocre question

you will still be left with more than half time which you dedicated to that

subject how awesome would that be yes or no many guys I hope that you guys liked

the method and if you like the method I'm sure you are going to apply it in

your real life in all the upcoming examinations before Jai and if it works

for you try this in your actual Jai examination because all these tricks we

are basically sharing with you at vidonne too so that your efforts

actually exponentially bring results to you only not just putting hard work it's

basically called the smart work guys okay so if you are going to apply this

if you are trying this method and solving the papers watch this video and

put your scores and how you are feeling about the method how you are finding

this method in the comment box which is there below and I'll get to know that

how much it is helping you and I will try to help you with any situation that

you are facing I will try to read all the possible comments which you put

there and I will tell you how else can you

prove and if there are any other queries which are related to the method I would

like to know that also put that in the comment box guys and if you are enjoying

being with us at with on - then yes all the best for the J examinations first

people who are going to appear in the month of January on that note I'll be

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keep applying this method and I'll see you again guys bye

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