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“IIT. That’s where I long to belong.

You dream of belonging on an IIT Campus. A member of that
revered band of engineers-in-the-making. Each one determined
to blaze a trail somewhere in the future.
We, at Brilliant, understand and applaud your dream. For over
three decades now we've been assisting students like you in
realising that ultimate dream. Because we know that it takes much
more than dreaming to approach the daunting IIT-JEE with
In this battle fought by over 2.0 lakh contestants for a few
thousand seats, you need to select the winning weapons. Brilliant's
Correspondence Courses for students of Standard XII have been
developed and honed over two decades. They are power-packed
with theory and worked examples, with assignments comprised
of problems in varying grades of complexity. There are also
Postal Tests to help you evaluate the progress of your
preparation, a Doubt Letter Scheme to help clear your doubts
at any point during the course, Faculty Contact Programmes
which give you the chance to meet your professors face to face,
and the new B. MAT - Brilliant's Mock All-India Test Series to
evaluate you against thousands of contestants all over India for the
A formidable arsenal of study material and support services to
help you take on the IIT-JEE with justified confidence. And get
you where you long to belong.

What does it take to beat the best
and get into IIT?
Brilliance. Grit. Ambition.
And a course called Elite.
Every year thousands of intelligent, hardworking, ambitious young men
and women burn with the desire to get into IIT. And the determination to
make it happen.
Elite is the one course that shares this determination. That converts it into
a carefully charted out and very real state of preparedness. That turns your
bright potential into a glowing confidence that assures your success in the
Elite is, quite simply, an evolutionary marvel. Created in response to a very
real need for assistance in facing the irrefutably daunting IIT-JEE, the Elite
Course has grown in strength, content and dynamism. To equip you, not
only with the necessary knowledge, but the practised skill in utilising that
knowledge to acquire the problem–solving bent of mind so essential to
succeed in the IIT-JEE.
To begin with, the basic philosophy behind the Elite Course is to put time
firmly on your side. This is why the course is paced over 2 years, using the
less taxing Std. XI year to your greatest advantage.
Comprehensive Postal Lessons build up an unshakeable knowledge base
of the fundamentals. Assignments containing hundreds of problems of
varying complexity gradually sharpen your problem-solving skills. 2 years’
Y.G. FILES challenge you with 3000 super-tough problems. A committed
‘Doubt Letter Scheme’ allows you to clarify doubts with our professors by
post. Periodic Contact Programmes, conducted by Brilliant’s ‘Flying
Faculty’ in 14 cities, offer you the valuable experience of actually meeting
and interacting with our professors.

While building up your foundation, the Elite Course simultaneously works
towards creating in you the calm, quick-thinking temperament needed to
perform in actual test conditions. Ten Progressive Postal Tests, 4 Progressive
National Sit-down Tests and 6 Part Tests covering the full-syllabus of
selected topics all these heighten your level of preparedness.
Finally, you will actually tackle, again and again, question papers, testing
conditions, time factors and competition identical to those you will face in
the IIT-JEE 2011, through B.MAT's 10 Full-syllabus, home-based
IIT-JEE Simulator Tests (with sealed solutions) and 8 Full-Syllabus National
Sit-down Tests held in 41 cities.
Throughout the duration of your Elite Course, hundreds of researchers,
professors and support staff continue to work tirelessly to keep your study
materials up-to-date, your doubts clarified and your progress on a swiftly
moving course.
At the end of 2 years you will have completed the most systematic, scientific
and successful preparation for the IIT-JEE. You will approach it with the
same confidence that has fired thousands of Brilliant students, year after
year. And above all, you will know you have given yourself the best chance
of going out there and making it to the very top.

Admission of Indian and foreign nationals to undergraduate Programmes
like B.Tech/B.Pharm/Integrated M.Sc., and M.Tech Courses in any one
of the IITs at Bhubaneswar, Bombay, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati,
Himachal Pradesh, Hyderabad, Indore, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras,
Patna, Punjab, Rajasthan and Roorkee, is made through the Joint Entrance
Examination conducted by the IIT every year. The Indian School of Mines,
Dhanbad and the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi also admit students from the JEE merit list to their undergraduate
Pattern of Examination *

The IIT-JEE now consists of a single examination with two papers (Paper 1
and Paper 2), each of three hours duration. Both Paper 1 and Paper 2 will
each have three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Both the papers will be objective type, designed to test the comprehension
and analytical ability of Candidates.
Eligibility for writing the IIT-JEE 2011 *

(i) All Indian and foreign nationals seeking admission to the IITs must
write the JEE.
(ii) Students who have passed the 10+2 or equivalent in 2010 and
candidates appearing in the 10+2 or equivalent exam in 2011 must
secure at least 60% marks in aggregate in their respective Board
Examinations. There is a 5% relaxation for SC/ST and PD candidates.
If the respective Boards award letter grades, without providing a
norm for converting them to equivalent percentage marks, the
norms decided by the Joint Implementation Committee of the JEE
will be final.
(iii) A candidate is allowed only two attempts to write the JEE. He/She
will be allowed to write the JEE only in the year in which he/she
passes the qualifying examination and/or in the following year.
Based on the Notification published for IIT-JEE, 2009.

(iv) Candidates who have joined any of the IITs, IT-BHU, Varanasi or
ISM, Dhanbad through the JEE, will not be permitted to appear
for the JEE again.
(v) The date of birth of a candidate intending to write the IIT-JEE in
2011 must fall on or after October 01, 1986. There is a five year
relaxation in the upper age limit for SC/ST/PD candidates whose
date of birth must fall on or after October 01, 1981.
Qualifying Examinations:
Candidates appearing for JEE-2011 should have either completed or shall
be appearing in 2011 in any one of the following qualifying examinations:
(i) The final examination of the 10+2 system, conducted by any
recognized Central/State Board, such as Central Board of Secondary
Education, New Delhi; Council for Indian School Certificate
Examination, New Delhi; etc.
(ii) Intermediate or two-year Pre-University Examination conducted
by a recognized Board/University.
(iii) Final Examination of the two-year course of the Joint Services Wing
of the National Defence Academy.
(iv) General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/
Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.
(v) High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University.
(vi) Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in
any foreign country recognized by the Association of Indian
Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system.
(vii) H.S.C. Vocational Examination.
(viii) Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National
Open School with a minimum of five subjects.
(ix) 3 or 4-year Diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of
Technical Education.
In case the relevant qualifying examination is not a public examination, the
candidate must have passed at least one public (Board or Pre-University)
examination at an earlier level.


IIT-JEE 2011
Syllabus and Medium of Instruction
Our course material for IIT-JEE, 2011 will be based on the syllabus issued
for IIT-JEE, 2009. We do not anticipate any change in syllabus; should
there be any, however, our material will be suitably supplemented at the
appropriate time.
The course material is in the English medium, and only students who can
follow our lessons in English should apply for enrolment.
Course Highlights
The ELITE course teaches the subjects from fundamentals, drills students
with graded exercises, guides them with Progressive Evaluation Tests and
Simulator Test Papers with solutions, raises their morale with Contact
Programmes for interaction with our faculty and evaluates them, periodically,
with B.MAT (Brilliant’s Mock All-India Tests), the most rigorous, real and
result-oriented testing process under exact IIT-JEE conditions.
Course Content and Despatch
The course material in each of the three subjects, Mathematics, Chemistry
and Physics will be in 14 Sets, 7 of which will be sent during the first year,
commencing April 2009, and the remaining 7 during the second year
commencing April 2010.
The theory notes are elaborate with topics fully explained and with a number
of illustrations. Each lesson is followed by Proficiency Tests and exercises
in the form of objective questions.

Besides these 14 Sets, Y.G. Files for 2010 and 2011 are also included
in the course. Details of the Y.G. File are given on pages 12 & 13.
Y.G. File 2010 (Parts I & II) with Solutions will be sent in one lot in
January 2010; Y.G. File 2011, Part I will be sent in September/October
2010 and Y.G. File 2011, Part II, in December 2010/January 2011.
Our course material is normally sent by Parcel Post, or by private Courier
Services at roughly monthly intervals.
Progressive Evaluation Tests
Progressive Evaluation Tests – Postal
There will be five Postal Tests in each of the three subjects; these will be
all Objective Papers modelled on the IIT-JEE, and will be sent with Sets
3, 6, 8, 10 and 12 and will include topics covered in the preceding Sets.
Students should self-administer the Tests strictly under examination
conditions, and finish each paper in one sitting within the specified
time limit, without referring to the study materials.
Complete solutions to each of the papers will be sent with the
subsequent Set for self-evaluation.
Progressive Evaluation Tests – National Sit-down
There will be a total of four Progressive Evaluation Tests, each consisting
of Papers I & II, with questions in the three subjects, Chemistry, Physics
and Mathematics to provide our students with feedback on their progress
in preparing for the IIT-JEE. All of them will be National Sit-down Tests
conducted at 41 cities across the country; the answer papers of all the Tests
will be evaluated and all students who appear for the Test will be given their
individual percentile score so that they know their relative performance
against the national competition.
No. of students who scored
equal to or less than you
Note: Percentile Score = x 100
Total No. of students who appeared in the Test

Progressive Evaluation Tests (National Sit-down)
Exam Month
PET 1 August 2009
PET 2 February 2010
PET 3 April 2010
PET 4 August 2010

Doubt-Letter Scheme
Our Professors’ services will be available to clear student’s difficulties
while studying our course material. Students are welcome to send to us,
in writing, their doubts, even though the despatch of course material
would have been completed much earlier.
Doubts / Problems must be restricted to not more than 5 per letter and
within the examination syllabus. The source from which problems have
been taken MUST BE SPECIFIED and the student’s working
sheets enclosed. Problems/questions given in magazines for awards
will not be replied to, if sent to us as doubt letters.
Doubt Letters which do not meet these specific conditions will not
be answered.
Note: In order to facilitate and speed up processing, please write Doubt
Letter - Attn: Academic Section clearly on the cover of the Doubt
Letter. Please DO NOT combine Doubt Letters with other types of
Doubt Letters through e-mail:



Six National Sit-down Part Tests
Eighteen Full-Syllabus Tests

B.MAT National Sit-down Tests

B.MAT – Part Tests

There will be six B.MAT Part Tests conducted in 41 cities across the
country. Each of these six Tests will cover selected topics in Physics, Maths
and Chemistry to enable the student to thoroughly assess his/her level of
preparation, topic-wise.

The first two B.MAT Part Tests are scheduled for September 2010, the
third and the fourth for October 2010, and the last two tests for
November 2010. Answer papers will be evaluated and every student who
appears for these Tests, will be given his/her individual Percentile Score.

B.MAT – 18 Full Syllabus Tests (8 National Sit-down and 10 Home-Based

Simulator Tests)
To help students prepare thoroughly for the IIT-JEE, eight B.MAT
Full-Syllabus Tests will be conducted in 41 cities under exact IIT-JEE
conditions. The first two Tests are scheduled for December 2010 and the
next two for January 2011. Two more Tests will be in February 2011 and
the last two are scheduled for March 2011, after the Std. XII Board Exams.
At each Test, students will be administered two 3-hour Objective-type
Test Papers. Both Papers will have three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and
Mathematics, and will test the comprehension and analytical ability of the
students to give them valuable practice to face the IIT-JEE 2010 in April
2011. Answer papers will be evaluated and returned, and the student will
be given his/her individual percentile score so that they know their relative
performance against the national competition.
The Question Papers of these Tests will not be sent by Post to
students who do not appear in these Tests.
Full-Syllabus Home-based Simulator Tests
Ten Full-Syllabus IIT-JEE Simulator Papers, with sealed solutions, will be
sent to our postal students. Students should self-administer each of these
Simulator Test Papers under strict examination conditions, closely following
the instructions in the papers, and then evaluate their performance by
comparing their answers with the solutions provided in the accompanying
sealed envelopes.
This home-based Simulator Series, plus the B.MAT Full-Syllabus
Sit-down Tests (which will be conducted in 41 cities between December
2010 and March 2011) will give students the cumulative experience of
having sat through 18 IIT-JEE Tests before appearing for the actual
IIT-JEE 2011. This experience will build up speed, precision and a
test-taking mind-set to help students face the IIT-JEE with supreme
The first 2 home-based IIT-JEE Simulator Test Papers will be sent in
December 2010. The next five Test Papers will be sent in January 2011
ONLY after we receive a photocopy of the student's IIT-JEE 2011
Application Form showing the Application Number. The last
three Test Papers will be sent ONLY on our receiving a photocopy of the
student’s Hall Ticket for the IIT-JEE 2011 clearly showing the Registration
Number and with the photograph visible.

B.MAT Part Tests
Exam Type Month
Part Test 1 Sit-down September 2010
Part Test 2 Sit-down September 2010
Part Test 3 Sit-down October 2010
Part Test 4 Sit-down October 2010
Part Test 5 Sit-down November 2010
Part Test 6 Sit-down November 2010

B.MAT Full-Syllabus Tests

Exam Type Month
Test 1 Home-based (STS 1) November/December 2010
Test 2 Home-based (STS 2) November/December 2010
Test 3 Sit-down December 2010
Test 4 Sit-down December 2010
Test 5 Home-based (STS 3) Dec.2010/January 2011
Test 6 Home-based (STS 4) Dec.2010/January 2011
Test 7 Home-based (STS 5) Dec.2010/January 2011
Test 8 Home-based (STS 6) Dec.2010/January 2011
Test 9 Home-based (STS 7) Dec.2010/January 2011
Test 10 Sit-down January 2011
Test 11 Sit-down January 2011
Test 12 Sit-down February 2011
Test 13 Sit-down February 2011
Test 14 Home-based (STS 8) February/March 2011
Test 15 Home-based (STS 9) February/March 2011
Test 16 Home-based (STS 10) February/March 2011
Test 17 Sit-down March 2011
Test 18 Sit-down March 2011
TEST CENTRES: Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Amritsar, Bangalore,
Bhilai, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Bokaro Steel City, Calicut, Chandigarh,
Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Dhanbad, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore,
Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Kanpur, Kochi, Kolkata, Kota,
Kurukshetra, Lucknow, Madurai, Margao, Meerut, Mumbai, Mysore,
Nagpur, New Delhi, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Rourkela, Thiruvananthapuram,
Varanasi and Visakhapatnam.
The'ANYWHERE' Convenience in taking theNational Sit-downTests
Brilliant is pleased to present its students the OPTION of taking the Tests
in the ONLINE mode – bringing the power and immense value of the
Tests to students who can’t travel to any of Brilliant’s National Sit-down
Test Centres – AT NO EXTRA COST!
These Tests will be available online at the same time as the sit-down Tests
at the Test Centres. The keys, solutions and score will be available
immediately – the percentile score will be sent after the papers of all
students who took the Test at the Centres have been valued.
Students who opt to take the Tests online will be sent a login id and
password, as well as detailed instructions or how to access the Tests.
Students should think and decide carefully whether they would like to take
the Tests online or at the Test Centres. They will not be allowed to change
this option once they have selected the Test mode.
Members of our Faculty will visit several cities in the country to provide
our Postal Students with occasions to directly discuss their doubts and
difficulties. Students of the ELITE 2011 Course will have three such
valuable opportunities to meet our faculty. Details of these programmes
will be sent to our students in advance.
Contact Programme Centres: Bangalore, Bokaro Steel City, Chandigarh,
Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New
Delhi, Patna, Pune and Ranchi.
Choice of Centres for Contact Programmes and the B.MAT Test
Students should indicate their choice of Centre separately for the Contact
Programmes and the B.MAT Sit-down Tests, on the Enrolment Form.
No change in the Centre will normally be allowed. Any subsequent change
in the Centre of choice will be considered only in exceptional cases and
where the student applies to us in writing and receives our approval.
Students who enrol late may miss some of the Tests and/or Contact
Programmes, depending on their date of enrolment.
Students will be eligible to appear for the Sit-down Tests thirty
days from the date of enrolment.
No preparation for IIT-JEE can be considered complete without
Brilliant's legendary Y.G. File
Preparation for the IIT-JEE involves intensive training in answering
objective type questions, and solving tough problems, both short and
long, combining speed with accuracy.
Whatever be the degree of preparation of the student, there is always an
element of surprise in the actual IIT-JEE Question Paper. This element of
surprise will stimulate, but not demoralise, if the student has had sufficient
experience in tackling problems of the JEE standard. It is precisely this
experience that our Y.G. File aims to provide.
The Compendium
The Y.G. File does not contain any detailed theory but it has hundreds
of problems of the brain teasing type. To help solve Y.G. File
problems, we provide a Ready Reference Compendium, a collection
of important formulae, equations and data in Physics, Mathematics
and Chemistry.
All New Problems
Each year, Brilliant’s Y.G. File offers you a collection of 1500 tough
problems to tackle in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. Y.G. File
comprises Y.G.File – Part I and Y.G.File – Part II, each consisting of
objective questions in each of the three subjects.
The objective questions step-by-step will be presented topic-wise, so that
the student can attempt the problems in any topic as and when he/she feels
comfortable with his/her level of preparedness in that particular topic.
Questions and problems that cover more than a single topic will be given
together, at the end of each subject.
In Y.G. File - Part I, there will be a total of 750 Questions
(250 Questions in each of the three subjects – Mathematics, Chemistry
and Physics). Y.G.File - Part II will have another 750 Problems on a
similar pattern.
The solutions to all the questions will be sent with the respective questions.
A Special Additional Package particulary oriented to the AIEEE
Pattern - At no extra cost to our students
In our constant effort to always bring the best services to our students, we
offer this Special Additional Package, which could be of significant
assistance to the students in their preparation to face CBSE’s All-India
Engineering Entrance Examination, the AIEEE.
The Salient Features of this Package:
1. Question Bank of 1000 questions (covering Maths, Physics and
Chemistry) on the AIEEE and BITSAT patterns with detailed
worked-out solutions.
2. Ready Reference Compendium – a valuable comprehensive
collection of important formulae, equations and data in all the
subjects to help in problem-solving.
3. National Sit-Down Test Series – comprising 3 Progressive Tests
(in August, October and December of 2010) and 6 Full-Syllabus
Tests, (in January, February and April of 2011), conducted in 27
cities. The test papers will be evaluated and percentile scores will be
sent to help students assess their performance against the national
This AIEEE Test Series can be taken either as Sit-down Tests or as Online
Tests. The student must choose one of these two modes at the time of
enrolment and this cannot be changed subsequently.
Enrolment for Elite, 2011 opens on January 01, 2009. The fee for the Elite
Courses with AIEEE Test Series is Rs. 11,600/- + Service Tax Rs. 1195/-.
Total: Rs. 12,795/-.


In special recognition of their achievement, Brilliant Tutorials is
pleased to offer a special concession of 20% (Rs. 2320/-) of the Elite
course fee to those students who stand first, second or third in their
schools in the Std. X Board Exam, provided they have secured a
minimum of 80% or above of the average of the percentage of marks
in Maths and Science in the Std. X Public Exam of the CBSE/ICSE
or 85% or above of the average of the percentage of marks in Maths and
Science in the Std.X Exam of other Boards. The fee for these students
will be Rs. 9280/- + Service Tax Rs. 956/-. Total: Rs. 10,236/.

To claim this special concession, either at the time of enrolment or

later after the results are announced, the student must send us:

(a) a copy of his/her Std. X. Board Exam marksheet attested by a

gazetted officer.

If the mark sheet is in a language other than English, a certified

translation in English should also be attached.

(b) an original letter on school letterhead from the Principal

of the school from which the student appeared for the Board
Exam stating the student’s school rank in the Board Exam. This
letter must be signed only by the Principal (no other signature will
be accepted) and must be in the original (photostat copies will
not be accepted).

In all cases, the decision of Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Ltd., shall be final.

A concession of 30% (Rs. 3480/-) of the Elite Course fee will be
awarded to students who secure 95.0% or above, of the average of
percentage of marks obtained in Maths and Science in the Std.X
Exam of any Board. The fee for these students will be
Rs. 8120/- + Service Tax Rs. 836/-. Total: Rs. 8956/-.
A concession of 15% (Rs. 1740/-) of the Elite Course fee will be
awarded to students who secure 80% or above of the average of the
percentage of marks in Maths and Science in the Std. X Public Exam
of the CBSE/ICSE or 85% or above of the average of percentage
of marks in Maths and Science in the Std. X Exam of other Boards.
The fee for these students will be Rs. 9860/- + Service Tax Rs. 1016/-.
Total: Rs. 10,876/-.
If the Science subjects are mentioned individually, the percentage of
marks obtained in Physics and Chemistry alone will be added to the
percentage of marks in Maths.
If the mark sheet is in a language other than English, a certified
translation in English should also be attached.

Note: The concessions detailed above are not additive i.e. a student will
be eligible only for one concession and will be awarded the highest
concession that he/she qualifies for.


Students may enrol at any time convenient to them but are advised to join
early to ensure that they get the maximum time for study and revision of
the course material.

Students who enrol in the ELITE COURSE before publication of their

Std. X Board Examination results may later claim a refund of their
scholarship Fee Concession (if eligible), by sending us a photocopy of their
Std. X Board Examination marksheet attested by a Gazetted Officer.

Students enrolling after publication of the Std. X results may claim their
Scholarship Fee Concession by enclosing with their Enrolment Form, a
photocopy of the Std. X Board Examination marksheet attested by a
Gazetted Officer.

The student should send us:

1. The completed Enrolment Form, with a passport size photograph

(preferably colour) glued in the allotted space.

Note: Enrolment Forms without the photographs will not be accepted.

2. Two additional signed copies of the photograph with the Enrolment

Form. One photograph will be pasted on the Admit Card sent to the
student on enrolment. The Admit Card MUST be produced for
admission to the Contact Programmes and Sit-down Tests.

Note: The examination superintendent at the venue of the

Sit-down Tests and the Manager of the Contact Programmes
reserve the right to refuse admission to any student who does
not produce the Admit Card.

3. Payment can be made by:
a. A crossed Demand Draft, drawn in favour of Brilliant
Tutorials Pvt. Ltd, payable at Chennai.
or b. Money Order - please include the student's full postal address
and course in the coupon.
or c. Cash at our Office in Chennai. Personal cheques will not
be accepted.
Students resident outside India should follow the remittance
instructions given on the Enrolment Form they receive.
Fees once paid will not be refunded or adjusted under any circumstances.
Note : When calling to enquire about the status of your application,
please have the following information ready:
• A copy of your application form.
• D/D Number and Date or Money Order Receipt
Number and Date
• Issuing Bank / Post Office
• Mode of Despatch of application (Courier, Registered Post,
Speed Post, Ordinary Post)
• Date of Despatch
Please wait at least 15 days after date of despatch before enquiring.
Students should watch for publication of the IIT-JEE 2011 Notification
in newsmedia in November/December 2010 and arrange to obtain and
complete the application forms.
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure compliance with all
conditions for writing the IIT-JEE.

Brilliant Tutorials takes great pleasure in announcing the Prize Scheme for our
students writing the IIT Joint Entrance Examination in 2011. Brilliant’s student
enrolled in any of our Postal or Classroom Courses towards IIT-JEE,
winning the ALL INDIA
First Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs.1,00,000
Second Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 75,000
Third Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 50,000
Fourth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 30,000
Fifth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 20,000
Sixth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 15,000
Seventh Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 10,000
Eighth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 9,000
Ninth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 8,000
Tenth Rank will receive a cash prize of Rs. 7,000

Brilliant’s Students securing the 11th to the 100th Rank, will receive a cash
award of Rs.2,500/- each.
Brilliant’s Students securing the 101st to the 500th Rank will receive a cash
award of Rs.1,000/- each.
Note: Students who are enrolled in more than one Course will be
entitled ONLY to a single prize based on their rank as
detailed above.
Students enrolled only in our Target-IIT Course are not eligible for this
Prize Scheme.
This Prize Scheme is applicable only to the All India Ranks of General
Category and not to the Ranks under any reserved category such as SC, ST,
Defence, etc.

SC/ST Candidates:
SC and ST candidates’ results are announced separately by IIT.
In view of this and the fact that the prize scheme announced
above will be applicable only for the All India Ranks of General
Category, Brilliant is pleased to announce the following special
scheme for SC/ST candidates:
SC and ST category students of Brilliant Tutorials securing between
the First and the Tenth Ranks in IIT-JEE 2011 will receive a cash
award of Rs. 2,000/- each, those between the 11th and the 100th
Ranks, Rs. 1,000/- each, and those between the 101st and the 500th
Ranks, Rs. 500/- each.
This prize scheme for SC/ST candidates shall be in force only as long
as the results for SC/ST candidates are published separately by IIT
as at present. In the event of any change in the pattern of result
announcement by IIT, this scheme will be treated as invalid.
All students should send us a photo copy of their Hall Ticket for the
IIT-JEE 2011 immediately upon receipt, along with a copy of their BT
Admit Card with the photograph visible. Students who do not send us this
copy before the exam will not be eligible to claim the prize.
The prize amount will be paid in Indian Rupees.
In case of a tie, the prize amount will be divided.
In all cases, the decision of the Management of Brilliant Tutorials
Pvt. Ltd., shall be final.

* Make the best use of the facilities offered to you.
* Read to understand, with pencil and paper in hand.
* Attempt all assignment problems and Test Papers, before referring to
the solutions.
* Do not miss the Contact Programmes or the National Sit-down Tests.
* Make use of the Doubt Letter Scheme whenever necessary, but do not
rush to the Professors, when a little more effort on your own could help
* Merely reading through worked-out solutions is not the way to
* You should not need any external prodding, since you have your own
goal to reach.
Note: It is imperative that all students enrolling in this course provide us
with their email addresses and also check their email often. All
communication for the course will be sent to our students by email.


Normally we do not accept any advice for stoppage of despatch

of study material. Change of address, or, in exceptional cases,
stoppage or resumption of despatch etc. will be implemented only if
requested by a letter signed by the student. A photocopy of the Admit
Card (with the photograph visible) must be enclosed with the letter.
Telephone requests will not be honoured unless confirmed in writing.
This policy is designed to prevent fraud and to safeguard the interests
of our genuine students.
Please allow 15 days from the date of receipt, for implementation
of the change
All matters are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Chennai only.

FIRST YEAR (Commencing April, 2009)

Set 1 Set 5
Lessons and Exercises Solutions to Exercises of Set 4
Lessons and Exercises
Set 2 Set 6
Solutions to Exercises of Set 1 Solutions to Exercises of Set 5
Lessons and Exercises Lessons and Exercises
Set 3 Test Paper 2
Solutions to Exercises of Set 2
Lessons and Exercises
Test Paper 1
Set 4 Set 7
Solutions to Exercises of Set 3 Solutions to Exercises of Set 6
Lessons and Exercises Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Test Paper 1 Solutions to Test Paper 2
Solutions to Exercises of Set 7

January 2010:
Y.G. File 2010 - Part I with solutions
Y.G. File 2010 - Part II with solutions
Ready Reference Compendium

(Commencing April 2010)
Set 8 Set 11
Lessons and Exercises Solutions to Exercises of Set 10
Test Paper 3 Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Test Paper 4

Set 12
Solutions to Exercises of Set 11
Set 9 Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Exercises of Set 8 Test Paper 5
Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Test Paper 3 September/October 2010
Y.G. File 2010 - Part I
Set 10 Problems with Solutions
Solutions to Exercises of Set 9
Lessons and Exercises Set 13
Test Paper 4 Solutions to Exercises of Set 12
Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Test Paper 5

Set 14
Solutions to Exercises of Set 13
Lessons and Exercises
Solutions to Exercises of Set 14

December 2010/January 2011

Y.G. File 2011 - Part II
Problems with Solutions

December 2010 IIT-JEE Simulator Test Series

Papers I & II with solutions

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