11th, 12th, and Dropper Courses

At MEDIIT, our 11th, 12th, and Dropper courses are meticulously designed to cater to the diverse needs of students aspiring to excel in competitive exams such as IIT-JEE, NEET, and other engineering and medical entrance exams. These courses serve as the stepping stones towards fulfilling their academic and career aspirations in the field of engineering and medicine.

Our 11th and 12th courses provide a comprehensive curriculum that covers the fundamental concepts of physics, chemistry, and mathematics/biology, aligning with the syllabus of respective boards (e.g., CBSE, ICSE). Our expert faculty members, comprising experienced educators and subject matter experts, deliver high-quality instruction, ensuring conceptual clarity and in-depth understanding among students.

For students who have completed their 12th grade and are taking a drop year (Dropper), we offer specialized courses tailored to their specific needs. Our Dropper courses focus on intensive revision, strategic exam preparation, and rigorous practice sessions to maximize their chances of success in competitive exams. We provide targeted guidance and support to Dropper students, helping them identify their strengths and weaknesses, and develop effective study strategies.

Key features of our 11th/12th/Dropper courses include:

  • Expert faculty with extensive experience in coaching students for competitive exams.
  • Comprehensive study material covering the entire syllabus and exam patterns.
  • Regular assessments, mock tests, and personalized feedback to track progress and identify areas for improvement.
  • Doubt-solving sessions and individualized attention to address students’ queries and concerns.
  • Motivational sessions, counseling, and mentorship programs to inspire and guide students towards their goals.

Overall, our 11th/12th/Dropper courses at MEDIIT are designed to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to ace competitive exams and secure admission to premier engineering and medical colleges, thus shaping their future success in their chosen careers.