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How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics
25 January 2021 7 minutes read

JEE Physics will take a huge part in scoring well overall in the IIT JEE exam.

● Firstly, students need to focus on getting their basics strong. If you are in Class 11 then try and get the concepts of the following areas strong right in the beginning - Kinematics, Basic Mechanics, Trigonometry, and Error Measurement.

● Based on the physics taught in classes 8th, 9th, and 10th, the students wanting to score well in Physics in the JEE Main and JEE Advanced, should brush up well on the topics they learned in those classes. Try and brush up on the topics of - Newton’s Laws, Work and Energy, Motion and Electricity, and Electrostatics.

● To round off the preparation of such topics, one must try and complete the exercises in HC Verma on their own. Alongside HC Verma, one can try the exercises and chapters from DC Pandey Physics for JEE and DC Pandey Objective Physics for JEE.

For the first year of your preparation, most of the syllabus for IIT JEE Physics would revolve around mechanics and kinematics. Mechanics is considered one of the high scoring areas in the exam.

The rest of the part of the year would be concerned with Thermodynamics. Thermo also gets easy questions but they can be tricky and so the concepts should be clear.

The tough part of the year would most likely be Circular Motion and Rigid Body Dynamics. For these topics, one would require an intense focus on clearing concepts so that they can be used in tough questions with ease and without any confusion. The topics of Fluid Mechanics and Gravitation are not as tough as Circular Motion and as such can be dealt with with comparative ease.

For the second year of the preparation for JEE Main Physics and JEE Advanced Physics, one will encounter the topics of - Optics, Electromagnetism, Current and Electricity, Electronics and Modern Physics.

For the Electronics part, one needs to just be attentive to what is being told in these chapters about semiconductors and such. Intense preparation is not necessary, basic coverage of the NCERT material should be enough for this topic for JEE Mains.

In terms of preparation for Optics, one needs to have clarity of imagination as it will come in handy a lot in this topic. The questions from Optics can be tricky and so conceptual knowledge and imagination are key to solve them quickly.

One of the most important topics for JEE Physics is Electromagnetism. The topic has a huge number of concepts and formulas. Without conceptual clarity, the topic will be hard to tackle.

Additional Point - Solving questions from books like Krotov and IE Irodov for JEE Physics is not at all necessary. Most of the problems in these books lie outside the area of JEE Mains and as such are not necessary if one has a shortage of time. Try these only if you have a lot of time on your hands.


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How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics
25 January 2021 7 minutes read

JEE Physics will take a huge part in scoring well overall in the IIT JEE exam.

● Firstly, students need to focus on getting their basics strong. If you are in Class 11 then try and get the concepts of the following areas strong right in the beginning - Kinematics, Basic Mechanics, Trigonometry, and Error Measurement.

● Based on the physics taught in classes 8th, 9th, and 10th, the students wanting to score well in Physics in the JEE Main and JEE Advanced, should brush up well on the topics they learned in those classes. Try and brush up on the topics of - Newton’s Laws, Work and Energy, Motion and Electricity, and Electrostatics.

● To round off the preparation of such topics, one must try and complete the exercises in HC Verma on their own. Alongside HC Verma, one can try the exercises and chapters from DC Pandey Physics for JEE and DC Pandey Objective Physics for JEE.

For the first year of your preparation, most of the syllabus for IIT JEE Physics would revolve around mechanics and kinematics. Mechanics is considered one of the high scoring areas in the exam.

The rest of the part of the year would be concerned with Thermodynamics. Thermo also gets easy questions but they can be tricky and so the concepts should be clear.

The tough part of the year would most likely be Circular Motion and Rigid Body Dynamics. For these topics, one would require an intense focus on clearing concepts so that they can be used in tough questions with ease and without any confusion. The topics of Fluid Mechanics and Gravitation are not as tough as Circular Motion and as such can be dealt with with comparative ease.

For the second year of the preparation for JEE Main Physics and JEE Advanced Physics, one will encounter the topics of - Optics, Electromagnetism, Current and Electricity, Electronics and Modern Physics.

For the Electronics part, one needs to just be attentive to what is being told in these chapters about semiconductors and such. Intense preparation is not necessary, basic coverage of the NCERT material should be enough for this topic for JEE Mains.

In terms of preparation for Optics, one needs to have clarity of imagination as it will come in handy a lot in this topic. The questions from Optics can be tricky and so conceptual knowledge and imagination are key to solve them quickly.

One of the most important topics for JEE Physics is Electromagnetism. The topic has a huge number of concepts and formulas. Without conceptual clarity, the topic will be hard to tackle.

Additional Point - Solving questions from books like Krotov and IE Irodov for JEE Physics is not at all necessary. Most of the problems in these books lie outside the area of JEE Mains and as such are not necessary if one has a shortage of time. Try these only if you have a lot of time on your hands.


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10 tips for tackling Boards Physics/Class 12th Physics

Experts believe that to tackle the Class 12th Physics exam effectively one must have a grasp on concepts and that thorough reading of the paper always helps towards minimization of errors and the dropping of questions.

1. When facing the exam, firstly, make the best possible use of the 15 minutes of reading time allotted at the start of the exam session.

2. To succeed, one must have a thorough grasp of the NCERT. The CBSE Physics Board exam depends critically on whether you have read the NCERT material from cover to cover. The reading will help you tackle the VSA and the 5 fill in blank questions easily. The board suggested marking scheme is totally dependent on the NCERT.

3. Students should practice MCQ questions from both the NCERT as well as the NCERT Exemplar Class 12th Physics. The exam will feature 10 MCQs and students must get in touch with these kinds of questions beforehand, and one could also try questions from HC Verma Class 12th.

4. Students should be well-versed with the formulae in each chapter and give themselves regular practice related to the formulae-based questions. Try to avoid common mistakes in formulae-based questions.

5. Students should also be thorough with the diagrams and labeling from the NCERT material. This will help them with the diagram-based questions in the exam.

6. Students should go through the ‘Model Answer Copy’ for the last year’s exam that has been made available by the CBSE on their website. This will help them get a clear understanding of how to convey their answers in a crisp and concise way.

7. One should focus on having all definitions, derivations, and inferences on their fingertips for the reasoning-based part of the question paper.

8. If students strike out a certain question and give it a second go in the paper, then they must clearly strike out their previous attempt. If this is not taken care of then CBSE states that examiners should mark the student based on their first attempt.

9. When answering long answer questions, students should try and abstain from answering in paragraphs. Examiners prefer answers that are written in a pointwise format, this highlights structure.

10. Physics CBSE is all about concepts fitting in the real world. So, whenever students study any concept, they should give some time to think up what the implications would mean in the real world, and what applications of the concept could exist in the real world.

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How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics
25 January 2021 7 minutes read

JEE Physics will take a huge part in scoring well overall in the IIT JEE exam.

● Firstly, students need to focus on getting their basics strong. If you are in Class 11 then try and get the concepts of the following areas strong right in the beginning - Kinematics, Basic Mechanics, Trigonometry, and Error Measurement.

● Based on the physics taught in classes 8th, 9th, and 10th, the students wanting to score well in Physics in the JEE Main and JEE Advanced, should brush up well on the topics they learned in those classes. Try and brush up on the topics of - Newton’s Laws, Work and Energy, Motion and Electricity, and Electrostatics.

● To round off the preparation of such topics, one must try and complete the exercises in HC Verma on their own. Alongside HC Verma, one can try the exercises and chapters from DC Pandey Physics for JEE and DC Pandey Objective Physics for JEE.

For the first year of your preparation, most of the syllabus for IIT JEE Physics would revolve around mechanics and kinematics. Mechanics is considered one of the high scoring areas in the exam.

The rest of the part of the year would be concerned with Thermodynamics. Thermo also gets easy questions but they can be tricky and so the concepts should be clear.

The tough part of the year would most likely be Circular Motion and Rigid Body Dynamics. For these topics, one would require an intense focus on clearing concepts so that they can be used in tough questions with ease and without any confusion. The topics of Fluid Mechanics and Gravitation are not as tough as Circular Motion and as such can be dealt with with comparative ease.

For the second year of the preparation for JEE Main Physics and JEE Advanced Physics, one will encounter the topics of - Optics, Electromagnetism, Current and Electricity, Electronics and Modern Physics.

For the Electronics part, one needs to just be attentive to what is being told in these chapters about semiconductors and such. Intense preparation is not necessary, basic coverage of the NCERT material should be enough for this topic for JEE Mains.

In terms of preparation for Optics, one needs to have clarity of imagination as it will come in handy a lot in this topic. The questions from Optics can be tricky and so conceptual knowledge and imagination are key to solve them quickly.

One of the most important topics for JEE Physics is Electromagnetism. The topic has a huge number of concepts and formulas. Without conceptual clarity, the topic will be hard to tackle.

Additional Point - Solving questions from books like Krotov and IE Irodov for JEE Physics is not at all necessary. Most of the problems in these books lie outside the area of JEE Mains and as such are not necessary if one has a shortage of time. Try these only if you have a lot of time on your hands.


Home   /   Blog   /   Physics   /   How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics
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How to Prepare for IIT JEE Physics
25 January 2021 7 minutes read

JEE Physics will take a huge part in scoring well overall in the IIT JEE exam.

● Firstly, students need to focus on getting their basics strong. If you are in Class 11 then try and get the concepts of the following areas strong right in the beginning - Kinematics, Basic Mechanics, Trigonometry, and Error Measurement.

● Based on the physics taught in classes 8th, 9th, and 10th, the students wanting to score well in Physics in the JEE Main and JEE Advanced, should brush up well on the topics they learned in those classes. Try and brush up on the topics of - Newton’s Laws, Work and Energy, Motion and Electricity, and Electrostatics.

● To round off the preparation of such topics, one must try and complete the exercises in HC Verma on their own. Alongside HC Verma, one can try the exercises and chapters from DC Pandey Physics for JEE and DC Pandey Objective Physics for JEE.

For the first year of your preparation, most of the syllabus for IIT JEE Physics would revolve around mechanics and kinematics. Mechanics is considered one of the high scoring areas in the exam.

The rest of the part of the year would be concerned with Thermodynamics. Thermo also gets easy questions but they can be tricky and so the concepts should be clear.

The tough part of the year would most likely be Circular Motion and Rigid Body Dynamics. For these topics, one would require an intense focus on clearing concepts so that they can be used in tough questions with ease and without any confusion. The topics of Fluid Mechanics and Gravitation are not as tough as Circular Motion and as such can be dealt with with comparative ease.

For the second year of the preparation for JEE Main Physics and JEE Advanced Physics, one will encounter the topics of - Optics, Electromagnetism, Current and Electricity, Electronics and Modern Physics.

For the Electronics part, one needs to just be attentive to what is being told in these chapters about semiconductors and such. Intense preparation is not necessary, basic coverage of the NCERT material should be enough for this topic for JEE Mains.

In terms of preparation for Optics, one needs to have clarity of imagination as it will come in handy a lot in this topic. The questions from Optics can be tricky and so conceptual knowledge and imagination are key to solve them quickly.

One of the most important topics for JEE Physics is Electromagnetism. The topic has a huge number of concepts and formulas. Without conceptual clarity, the topic will be hard to tackle.

Additional Point - Solving questions from books like Krotov and IE Irodov for JEE Physics is not at all necessary. Most of the problems in these books lie outside the area of JEE Mains and as such are not necessary if one has a shortage of time. Try these only if you have a lot of time on your hands.


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10 tips for tackling Boards Physics/Class 12th Physics

Experts believe that to tackle the Class 12th Physics exam effectively one must have a grasp on concepts and that thorough reading of the paper always helps towards minimization of errors and the dropping of questions.

1. When facing the exam, firstly, make the best possible use of the 15 minutes of reading time allotted at the start of the exam session.

2. To succeed, one must have a thorough grasp of the NCERT. The CBSE Physics Board exam depends critically on whether you have read the NCERT material from cover to cover. The reading will help you tackle the VSA and the 5 fill in blank questions easily. The board suggested marking scheme is totally dependent on the NCERT.

3. Students should practice MCQ questions from both the NCERT as well as the NCERT Exemplar Class 12th Physics. The exam will feature 10 MCQs and students must get in touch with these kinds of questions beforehand, and one could also try questions from HC Verma Class 12th.

4. Students should be well-versed with the formulae in each chapter and give themselves regular practice related to the formulae-based questions. Try to avoid common mistakes in formulae-based questions.

5. Students should also be thorough with the diagrams and labeling from the NCERT material. This will help them with the diagram-based questions in the exam.

6. Students should go through the ‘Model Answer Copy’ for the last year’s exam that has been made available by the CBSE on their website. This will help them get a clear understanding of how to convey their answers in a crisp and concise way.

7. One should focus on having all definitions, derivations, and inferences on their fingertips for the reasoning-based part of the question paper.

8. If students strike out a certain question and give it a second go in the paper, then they must clearly strike out their previous attempt. If this is not taken care of then CBSE states that examiners should mark the student based on their first attempt.

9. When answering long answer questions, students should try and abstain from answering in paragraphs. Examiners prefer answers that are written in a pointwise format, this highlights structure.

10. Physics CBSE is all about concepts fitting in the real world. So, whenever students study any concept, they should give some time to think up what the implications would mean in the real world, and what applications of the concept could exist in the real world.