Mantra for cracking JEE (main) and JEE (advanced)
You are finding it difficult to learn or understand the concepts of Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry. No problem! Develop a growth mindset and you will be able to crack JEE (main) and JEE (advanced).
World renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck discovered the simple idea called mindset that makes all the difference. Decades of research on achievement and success tells us that there are two kinds of mindset – fixed mindset and growth mindset.
Students who have a fixed mindset believe that their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort. They’re wrong.
Students who have a growth mindset, believe that their problem solving abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work. They know that brain is like a muscle – the more you use it and struggle, the more it grows. New research shows we can take control of our ability to learn. We can all become better learners. We just need to build our brains in the right way.
|Students with Fixed Mindset||Students with Growth Mindset|
|Challenges||Avoid challenges||Love challenges (Try Quizzes at www.doprep.com)|
|Obstacles||Give up easily||Persist in the face of setbacks (Practice questions till you get them correct at www.doprep.com)|
|Effort||Do not like putting an effort||See hard work as the path to mastery (Full Length tests at www.doprep.com)|
|Criticism||Do not care about feedback||Learn from feedback (personalized feedback report at www.doprep.com)|
|Success of Others||Feel threatened by the success of others||Find lessons and inspirations from success of others (know where you stand and interact with your fellow aspirants and experts at www.doprep.com)|
Did you know that Darwin and Tolstoy were considered ordinary children? That Ben Hogan, one of the greatest golfers of all time, was completely uncoordinated and graceless as a child? That the photographer Cindy Sherman, who has been on virtually every list of the most important artists of the 20th century, failed her first photography course? That Geraldine Page, one of our greatest actresses, was advised to give it up for lack of talent?
But all of them had a growth mindset, and they achieved success by their positive attitude towards dedication and hard work.
So ask yourself this question before starting preparation: – What kind of mindset do you have?
Failing is just another word for growing. You may fail to solve a question while preparing for JEE (main) and JEE (advanced) but your brain is actually growing along with each failure. So keep on trying and practicing.
Come develop the growth mindset for success in JEE (main) 2016 and JEE (advanced) 2016.
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