Power of self-study: Indian prodigy tops all national exam by studying alone

In a competitive world where lakhs of students appear for exams each passing year, the least that students would expect is to clear the exam, which would be termed as the biggest achievement.

And there are some students who are always extra-motivated to score more marks with an intention to achieve success.

They are the ones who crack both engineering and medical exams and Stuti Khandwala of Surat scripted history by not only cracking the exam but also made it into the merit list of JEE Main 2019, NEET 2019, JIPMER MBBS 2019 and AIIMS MBBS 2019.

Quite interestingly, she will not take a seat in any of the top colleges in India and she has been selected/chosen by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the USA and will be travelling to the US for further studies.

She is a proud student of Allen Career Institute’s classroom program in Kota. She scored 98.8% in her board examinations and also topped the Rajasthan Board in Science stream. Stuti got All India 10th rank in AIIMS MBBS 2019 examination.

She cracked NEET and has AIR 71, in JIPMER MBBS AIR 27, in JEE MAINS 1086 rank, to set a unique record. But when she was deciding which university to go in, she chose got admission in MIT and aspires to pursue research.

She also secured 98.2% in her Class 12 CBSE Board Exam.

When asked about ‘success mantra’, she credited her parents for their incredible support and assistance. She also went on to thank her teachers at Allen Institute.

Besides coaching, Stuti alloted 12 to 13 hours a day to self-study. She pretty much concentrated on course textbooks and also did a frequent revision of what was taught in class. She understands the concept, retains it and then recalls it accordingly. She studied all her favourite subjects in equal intervals.

Talking about Stuti’s parents they are doctors. Her mother Dr Hetal is a Dentist by profession and she gave up her practice and stayed in Kota with Stuti for three years. Her father, Sheetal Khandwala who is a pathologist would visit them over the weekend.