JEE Main 2022 toppers Sneha Pareek and Navya Hissaria lay out formula for cracking exam

The toppers, who hail from the states of Assam and Rajasthan, cracked JEE Main 2022 with 100%

Abhishek NairUpdated: Monday, July 11, 2022, 07:39 PM IST
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NTA has released the JEE toppers 2022 list on jeemain.nta.nic.in for the June/April session 1. |

JEE Main 2022 Session 1 results were released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) today, July 11. NTA has released the JEE toppers 2022 list on jeemain.nta.nic.in for the June/April session 1. This time, 14 students have secured the 100 percentile.

Navya Hissaria, Rajasthan JEE Main 2022 topper

Rajasthan JEE Mains 2022 topper saw an opportunity in Covid

One of the students who has achieved this unique feat is Navya Hissaria, the JEE Main Session 1 topper from the state of Rajasthan who started his preparation for NEET two years ago. “After I got my results of the 10th board examination, I joined Allen institute. Though Covid was a spoilsport, I was able to attend the lectures online regularly,” said Navya, who moved to Sikar with his mother as staying in a hostel didn’t seem like a good idea.

The Hanumangarh resident, Navya, completed his syllabus by February 2022 but saw an opportunity due to the delay in exams owing to Covid. “Though I was confident with my preparation, the delay in the exams which were supposed to happen in March helped me give more mock tests, solve question papers, etc,” said Navya, who set up timers to assess how quickly he is able to finish the papers.

Navya with his mother and father

Stick with what you have learned in the past two years

The son of a businessman father and a politician mother in Rajasthan, Navya also aims to be successful in the path he has chosen and has quite a few gems that can help other JEE candidates. “Many have not been able to crack JEE Mains or give their full potential this time around. In my opinion, students should identify their weaknesses once they start solving the papers, they should give as many mock tests as possible, and should understand that it’s better to not venture into new territories and rather focus on what you have learned these past two years,” added Navya, who met his teachers right after getting the results as he believes that’s ‘his form of celebration’.

Navya plans to give the Session 2 exam as well as Advance, and is excited about the future has in store for him.

Sneha Pareek, Assam JEE Main 2022 topper

Assam JEE Mains 2022 topper hopes to go to IIT Bombay

The North-Eastern state of Assam also has a lot to cheer about, with Sneha Pareek also scoring 100% in the JEE Main 2022 session 1 exams.

Sneha, who is originally from Rajasthan, resides in Guwahati, Assam due to her father’s business.

“I used to attend classes early in the morning after which I went on to complete all my assignments. Though it was a hectic schedule, I was able to study with full dedication,” said Sneha, who likes singing as a hobby.

In order to score well, and also have the potential to be a topper, Sneha feels there are certain things students need to keep in mind. “You should be in contact with your teachers throughout your JEE journey as they will help clear your doubts, you need to be regular and disciplined in your lectures and through the entire process,” added Sneha, who wants to give her JEE Advance and pursue Computer Science from IIT Bombay.

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