17 year old’s Hardworking Attitude Should be Praised by Everyone.

He has allotted only 4.5 hours of sleep in his timetable.

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The IIT JEE (Indian Institute of Technology – Joint Entrance Exam) and the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam are considered to be the most prestigious exams in India. They are very tough to crack . They are attempted by lakhs of students across the country every year. The exams  demands strategic planning, focused dedication, and a disciplined approach. Recently, a user on X earlier known as Twitter shared the rigid and tough schedule of a friend preparing for the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination). The time table shows how the student has managed the time and has divided everything so smoothly.

Mr. Rc shared the post

The user who goes by the name Mr. Rc on X and identifies himself as a 16-year-old, shared a handwritten timetable of his 17-year-old friend. ‘’Schedule of a close friend who is preparing for JEE,’’ the caption read.

Screen shot of the timetable

The screenshot of the timetable outlined his daily activities, his sleep schedule and the time allocated to studies. The young student gets up at 4:30 am every day, after sleeping at midnight, getting just 4.5 hours of sleep. The rest of the day goes into revising old chapters, attending class, and completing class work and notes with hardly any time for enjoyment or other activities. To motivate himself, the student also wrote an inspirational quote at the bottom of the schedule that read, ‘’Never will you have this day again. So make it count.’’

The user who shared the post further said that his friend follows the timetable very precisely and is filled with determination to bring his family out of poverty.

People had mixed reactions on this post

Reacting to his post, one user said, ‘’Too hectic no time for physical activity.’’ Another commented, ‘’This looks good, especially those power-naps. Would request to begin the day with meditation/running and add any sports for 30 minutes later in the day. All the best.’’

A third said, ”Medical evidence shows that sleeping less than 7-8 hours in teenage years leads to poor memory, lower learning, and atrophied problem-solving skills – everything teens need. Your friend should sleep more!’’

A fourth added, ”that’s some insane discipline if he does it consistently. My routine for NEET and JEE was very indisciplined and vague. Although I had a decent success, but still I wish I was somewhat disciplined during prep time. May be it would have reduced some unnecessary stress.’’ Another one said “ child has some great spirit and motivation to clear the exams, he will surely get success. All the children should take inspiration from him and should start to make their own timetable”.

JEE MAINS and JEE Advanced

Notably, the exam is divided into two levels: JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. Candidates have to first qualify for JEE Mains to appear for the advanced level of the entrance exam (JEE Advanced). The exam is held twice a year in office mode. The first exam is held in January and the second will be held in April.

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