Monday, January 14, 2013

9 Miles - Your guided preparation plan



Nine represents attainment, satisfaction, accomplishment, and our success to achieve an influence in
our circumstances. Your preparation journey for your exam is also accomplished by stepping through nine milestones.

9 miles is a revolutionary study plan to prepare for your exam where your understanding, your speed and your difficulties are more important than the syllabus, the chapters and the books themselves.

Why the 9 miles?


How many times during your preparation you came across the questions:

  •     How do I prepare?
  •     How much should I do on any chapter?
  •     How to complete the syllabus on time and do revision also?
  •     And the most important, I wasted so many days can I still catch up?

9 miles is an answer to all of those.

Everyone on simplylearnt.com get their 9 miles to cover up. They also have a fixed time to cover them up. We are there like a buddy to make a study plan for everybody for each and every mile. We want to see everybody go through their 9 miles before their exams arrive and also help those who lag behind.

What are the 9 miles?


GREEN Color represents already crossed milestones

The 9 miles are defined as follows:

Milestone 1 - At the Start Line


To finish a journey it is important to start right. Make your study plan and practice your first 3 chapters. (Read More About Milestone 1)

Milestone  2 - The Beginning


You will pledge to prepare hard, study and finish 3 more chapters using notes, formulae etc. from your syllabus. (Read More About Milestone 2)

Milestone 3 - Starting Up


By now, the momentum has started and there is nothing to stop. Practice 5 more chapters and check out your report card regularly. (Read More About Milestone 3)

Milestone 4 - Gaining Momentum


Good going so far! But, as the slow and steady wins the race, keep making slow and steady progress by practicing more chapters and cover 20% syllabus. (Read More About Milestone 4)

Milestone 5 - Halfway Through


This mile is for covering 50% of your syllabus. Many students give up here, make sure you do not! Revision also start here! (Read More About Milestone 5)

Milestone 6 - First Innings Through


100% syllabus covered. Rarely students achieve this feat. Along with this make sure you revise some of the important chapters and master a few. (Read More About Milestone 6)

Milestone 7 - I am Sharp! Master


Become Good Enough for exam, get your chapters to GREEN on Good Enough Meter. Revision Part I will come through by the end of this mile. (Read More About Milestone 7)

Milestone 8 - Temple of Heavenly Wisdom


Revision Part II will be done at the end of this milestone. You would have likely practiced enough on all important chapters at the end of this mile. Way to go! (Read More About Milestone 8)

Milestone 9 - Nirvana


This is the ultimate, foolproof preparation milestone, if you honestly achieve this milestone cracking the exam is a cakewalk (Read More About Milestone 9)

What if I don’t finish the 9 miles on time?


We take care that this does not happen. Every time you miss a deadline, the prep buddy changes your plan so that you can still cope up. In the worst case, you get a recommended set of questions to solve and master to be just ready for the exam.

9 miles will always be successful with only one input from you, “an honest timely effort for your preparation”.

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