Sneha Pareek of Assam achieves a perfect 300/300 score in JEE Main

 KOTA: National Testing Agency (NTA) released the JEE Main 2022 results on July 10 midnight. Sneha Pareek, a native of Assam, has secured a perfect score of 300 in JEE Main Session 1 results. As per the information provided by National Testing Agency, Sneha is a part of the rare group of fourteen applicants who have secured a perfect score in the JEE Main exams. Sneha attributes her accomplishments and credits her success to her professors, mentors at Allen Career Institute and her family for all the support.

Dr. Brajesh Maheshwari, Director of ALLEN, said, “Sneha Pareek is a classroom student of the Institute, who has created a record by achieving the perfect 300/300 score. Sneha has secured a 100 percentile and has topped the Assam state as well. She has been a dedicated and hardworking student of Allen Career Institute for the past two years.” He added that a total of 11 state toppers were under the guidance of the ALLEN institute.

A total of 11 more students, who have brought in laurels to the institute by topping in their respective states are – Navya from Rajasthan, Kushagra Srivastava from Jharkhand, Deevyanshu Malu from Odisha, Samyak Jain from Madhya Pradesh, Adwai Krishna from Maharashtra, Mahit Gandhiwala from Gujarat, Abhinav Rajesh Shripad from Chhattisgarh, Saarth Singla from Chandigarh, Aditya Ajay from Bihar, and SP Siddharth from Puducherry.

The JEE Main results have shown great results among the students of Allen Career Institute. A total of 1963 Allen students have scored more than 99 percentile. In which, 269 students scored 99.9 percentile, and 30 students scored 99.99 percentile. Also, 23 students scored 100 percentile in Maths, 21 in Chemistry, and 94 in Physics. The first session of JEE-Main was held in 14 shifts from 23rd June to 29th June, in which BE-BTech aspirants appeared in 12 shifts from 24th to 29th June. The examination was conducted in 588 examination centres and 407 cities across the country and abroad. This exam was conducted in 13 languages. A total of 8 lakh 72 thousand 432 students were registered for the examination, of which 7 lakh 69 thousand 589 students appeared.

Sneha Pareek, the student who scored 300 out of 300 in the JEE Main June session, said, “I study for 12 hours a day. I go to the Allen Institute at 8 in the morning and study even after the classes are done. Studying in the academic environment of Allen Institute has helped a lot. I also get to clear all my doubts at the moment as teachers are always approachable and available. I reach home only by 8 in the night. I believe that for every IIT aspirant, the subject foundation should be really strong. Whatever I have learned in the last two years, has helped me in the JEE Main Session 1 examination this year. Besides, I also noticed that mock tests are really important as the pattern and the difficulty level are similar to that of JEE main. Since I was ardently following the mock tests, I did not face any problems   in the JEE Main paper. The faculty at Allen is experienced and supportive. My next focus is on cracking JEE Advanced. I want to pursue B.Tech in Computer Science (CS) branch from IIT Mumbai.”

Sneha is a classroom student of Allen for the last two years, and she passed class 10th with 95% marks. Sneha is also a KVPY Scholar. Her father, Rajiv Pareek is a businessman, and her mother Sarita Pareek is a housewife.

Kushagra Shrivastava, an Allen student who scored 100 percentile in JEE Main June session, aspires to serve humanity through technology. Kushagra, wants to study computer science at IIT Mumbai and his goal is to make people’s lives easier through technology as technology is not really accessible to every field and every person, and its impact on life is not complete.  Kushagra, who has been studying in Allen for the last two years said, “I do self-study for 6 to 7 hours daily”.  I revise the lessons after attending the coaching classes and I also complete my homework and carry self-study of NCERT books, which I believe is the key to success. His father Santosh Kumar is an Executive Engineer with the Jharkhand government, while mother Neelam Lata is a joint secretary with the Jharkhand government.  During the free time , I talk to my parents for recreation.  Apart from this, he likes to play badminton. He often feels refreshed after talking to his parents and is also motivated by their words.

Navya Hisaria has scored 100 percentile in JEE Main June session 2022.  Allen Classroom student Navya said, “I study daily for about 12 hours.  The day starts at 5:30 in the morning and she goes to sleep by 11 in the night. Apart from the classroom, I do self-study during this duration.  It has been a habit from the beginning that I study Physics in the morning, Math in the day, and Chemistry in the evening.  The advantage of this is that all three subjects get equal time and the preparation for the exam remains balanced. I focused more on solving NCERT-based syllabus and previous years’ question papers. Navya, originally a resident of Hanumangarh, said that apart from Allen’s study material, she did not resort to any reference book or online video.  Passed 10th class with 97.40 percent marks and got All India Rank 13 in KVPY.  Besides this, she has also qualified for the National Level Physics Olympiad.  Allen’s teachers are experienced as well as emotionally attached to the students.  They focus on the performance of every student.  Now the next goal is to crack JEE Advanced and do a B.Tech from the CS branch of IIT Mumbai.