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Yash Bhaktar  the boy with almost perfect score in SAT shares his study tactics

Yash Bhaktar the boy with almost perfect score in SAT shares his study tactics

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The maths genius believes that stress adversely affects the caliber of the students and one should maintain their calm and composure before the night of any exam.


A 16-year-old Noida boy, Yash Bhatkar who had nailed the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) this year by scoring a perfect 800/800 in mathematics and 790/800 in Physics. To your surprise he did this without taking any extra tuitions after school hours. He says that he has never attended any private tuition all his life and even doesn’t wish to in future.

 His aggregate of 1590/1600 was the same as the score of Shubh Agrawal.a 16-year-old Lucknow kid.

Bhatkar believes that understanding a concept in any subject or stream is of grave importance than just memorizing it. He recalls during his preparation of SAT that “just mugging up doesn’t help you all the time. However, if you delve into the depths of a concept and develop a deep understanding of it, it will always help you,”

 Wondering, how exactly did he manage to clear his doubts for subjects like mathematics? He credited the much-condemned group study sessions with friends Joshua and Kanishka. He also connected with teachers over skype.

He shares that his school allowed them to stay on after the classes. It was then he and his friends used to sit together and brainstorm problems. They discussed their doubts and queries and also requested their teachers to help us solve difficult problems.

 The maths genius believes that stress adversely affects the caliber of the students and one should maintain their calm and composure before the night of any exam.

For the last minute preparation, he tells that barely studied before his exams. And as a stress buster, he played tennis with his friends.

 For his future plans, he wants to get enrolled in one of the eight ‘Ivy League’ institutes for higher studies. “I wish to take up economics and mathematics at either Stanford or Yale. It is too early to say whether I wish to work in India but I will definitely give it a thought,” Yash said.

 The prodigy proves that it is the hard work and practice that furnishes result and not extra tuition classes. In fact a group study may also prove fruitful f you’re determined to reach your goal.


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