New Delhi,UPDATED: May 1, 2023 09:44 IST
By Divya Chopra: The National Testing Agency, NTA, declared the JEE Main 2023 Session 2 result on April 29. A total of 43 candidates scored 100 percentile (combined for both sessions). This year, around 9 lakh candidates have appeared for JEE Mains Session 2 Exam 2023. Out of all the JEE Main 2023 toppers, Malay Kedia from Ghaziabad has secured All India Rank 4.
Malay Kedia, a resident of Ghaziabad, has secured All India Rank 4 by securing a perfect score of 300 out of 300 in the JEE Main 2023. Malay has been a regular classroom student of ALLEN Career Institute Private Limited for the last year.
Here, in this article, you will get insights about how Malay prepared for the JEE Main 2023 exam and what all led to his success.
EMPHASISED MORE ON PRACTICE
“I prepared according to the teachers of ALLEN for success in JEE Main 2023. Along with clearing the theory in Physics and Maths, I emphasised more on practice.”
FOCUSED ON NCERT SYLLABUS
“While preparing for Chemistry, I entirely focused on the NCERT syllabus and used to practice the questions again and again. This strengthened my confidence. JEE Main does not require any reference book or material other than the NCERT syllabus,” says JEE main topper.
The modules and study materials provided by Allen are perfect.
CREDIT OF SUCCESS
Malay gives all the credit for his success to Allen’s faculties and his mentors, along with his parents.
As of now, his focus is on JEE Advanced 2023. Malay wishes to do research in physics after doing BTech from the CS branch of IIT Bombay.
Malay was born on October 27, 2005 in Ghaziabad. Earlier, he had also scored 99.99 percentile in the JEE Main January session exam. Apart from this, Malay has passed class 10th with 99 percent marks. He is an NTSE scholar and has secured All India Rank 6 in KVPY SA stream.
His father, Bhaskar Kedia, is a sales head at a private company and his mother, Shweta Kedia, is a home tutor.