Chirag Falor is now getting ready for JEE Advance, which will be conducted on September 27. Along with his preparation, he is also attending his online classes at MIT from 5:30 pm till 2 am everyday.
Chirag Falor from Pune opted to appear for Joint Entrance Exam (Main) even after joining one of the best universities of the world, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA. And he also cracked JEE Main by securing AIR 12. According to Falor, JEE is the most difficult exam ever. Falor is also one of the only five Indian students who cleared MIT in 2020. He has been awarded Bal Shakti Puraskar at the International Olympiads.
Regarding JEE, Chirag told ANI, “I have prepared for the exam for the last four years and do not want to miss one of the toughest exams as this would be one of the greatest experiences. JEE is the toughest exam because there is a time constraint to it. First-year common exams of MIT are much easier than JEE. Hence, it is the toughest exam in a short time period.”
The Pune boy is now getting ready for JEE Advance, which will be conducted on September 27. Along with his preparation, he is also attending his online classes at MIT from 5:30 pm till 2 am everyday as he was unable to return to the US due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
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