Iam in class 11th how I start my preparation from now ?
User don't seems to mention which exam preparation so , i take it as a JEE/NEET exam for that my opinion is Firstly you have to be Mentally prepared for competitive exams because compilation is more in this time , You can start now ,make good timetable for studies, this is so precious time of your career and this will decide your future career
(1) Make a timetable ,(2) join for coaching classes or use crash courses ,(3)use competitive mcq book ,(4) use youtube if you don't understand the topics (5) solve mock papers to know your potential and improve it
i am giving you a link for crash course of JEE ,if you want to join
online cource - https://learn.careers360.com/jee-main-coaching/
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start now this is the best time, opportunity newer comes twise
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what we have to do for getting interest on competitive preparation ?
Preparing for any competitive exam require dedication and it is completely on you how dedicated and motivated you can be. I can only tell you tips and tricks, but actually following those tips is in your hand.
1) you should make a schedule/timetable so that your time is divided equally between school/college work. Know your exam syllabus well.
2) do smart work rather than hardwork, focus on topics which are important and Don't try to rote learn everything rather try to understand the concept.
3) joining a coaching centre helps as you get to be competitive.
4) don't study at odd time, if you are comfortable in studying at night than study at night if you are a day learner than study in day, don't compromise your sleep.
5) at last it always depend on you. How passionate you are to crack this exam and how dedicated you are it's in your hand.
Hope you find it helpful. Thankyou!
which newspaper and magazine we should study for cgpsc preparation.
You can refer to following newspaper for Chattisgarh Public Service Commission preparation:
- The Hindu
- The Indian Express
- Business Standard
For more preparation tips, visit the following link:
preparation of glucose on the basis of starch and sucrose
Glucose can be prepared in the laboratory by boiling sucrose (cane sugar) with dilute hydrochloric acid or sulphuric acid for about two hours. This hydrolyzes sucrose to glucose and fructose. In order to separate glucose from fructose, alcohol is added during cooling. Glucose is almost insoluble in alcohol.
how to score 180 in this 30days in mains
We do JEE Knockout package for your preparation: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-jee-main-april/ You need to know your syllabus and understand the exam pattern. Make a plan and stick to it. Make a note of the books to refer from and practise as many mock tests or sample papers as you can.
Divide the syllabus into Class 11 and Class 12 and the topics as "Need to Learn", "Weak" and "Strong". Now it is important to check the weightage of each topic. In Physics, Modern Physics take the top slot with 5 questions. Heat and Thermodynamics, Optics, Current Electricity, Elcetrostatics get 3 questions each. Magnetic has 2 questions and the rest get 1 question each. In Chemistry, Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry, Periodic Table and Representative elements take 3 questions slot. Thermodynamics and Gaseous state, Atomic structure, Chemical Bonding, Chemical and Iconic Equilibrium, Solid State and Surface Chemistry and Nuclear Chemistry and Environment get 2 questions slot eacch and the remaining get 1 question each.In Mathematics, Co-ordinate Geometry gets 5 questions. Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, Integral Calculus get 3 questions slot each. The rest get 2 and 1 questions slot. For complete breakdown, please read our article: https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-syllabus-weightage . Once you complete a topic, try to practise the concepts and write down the important points and paste them somewhere that you can see. Practise questions from that topic. Refer to books like:
Concepts of Physics by HC Verma
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Understanding Physics by DC Pandey
Problems in General Physics by I.E.Irodov
Understanding Physics by Freedman and Young
Problems and Solution of Physics by Shasti Bhushan Tiwari
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R.C Mukherjee
Organic Chemistry by OP Tandon
Concept of Physical Chemistry by P Bahadur
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J D Lee
Physical Chemistry by P.W Atkins
Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
Objective Mathematics by RD Sharma
Plane Trigonometry by SL Loney
The Elements of Coordinate Geometry by SL Loney
Algebra by Dr. SK Goyal Arihant Publications
Play with Graphs by Amit M Agarwal
Differential Calculus by Amit M Agarwal
Integral Calculus by Amit M Agarwal
Integral Calculus by Amit M Agarwal
Complete Mathematics for JEE Main TMH
i scored 37 in my first aimcat after 15 days preparation i attempted 83 questions , out of which 27 were correct and 56 were wrong . what is my percentile .and what is this score .
Firstly i must appreciate that it is very good that you got so many answers correct but you need not answer every question for which you are not sure of as it will bring you only negative marks.
Now you can not calculate percentile since it is based on the number of people who have given the test, in case you do not know it and if we talk about the marks the marking scheme for All questions is +3 for a right answer and -1 for a wrong MCQ type question where as no negative marking for type in the answer type, so you will need to check your score accordingly.
What can be the two months pathway that students should follow for NEET/JEE preparation?
We would advise students to do rehearsals and practice tests. By rehearsal I mean improvement and practise makes a man perfect so you should have command over the three important parameters which are speed, accuracy and time management.
Students might be preparing from the last one year, so during this time they should revise what they have studied. If a student is consistent in studies then the result would definitely be remarkable.
Revision is the reverse gear study. In revision, you have to go from questions to theory. If you are unable to solve any question or facing difficulty in solving any question then the student should refer to the theory part and revise the concept again. Students should solve the last 15 years papers. For NEET, 70-75% paper comes from the last 12 years papers.
These days, students should also revise the notes prepared during the preparation days.
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preparation of alcohol in present
There are so many ways through which alcohol is being prepared. Some of them are enlisted below :-
- Hydration of alkenes
- Hydroboration oxidation
- Hydrolysis of alkyl halides
- Oxymercuration and demercuration of alkanes
- From grignard reagent
- Grignard synthesis of alcohol
- Hydroxylatuon of alkenes
And many more.
I hope this information helps you.
which are the books to refer for preparation for kas premiums previous year solved papers
Hello Veda Murthy!
Books to prepare for KAS Prelims and Mains examination are given below:
Ancient India by D.D.Kausambi’s Historical Outline
English Grammar by Wren and Martin
Indian History :
India Struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra
Modern India Spectrum publications
NCERT Books ( XI & XII )
Indian Polity :
Indian constitution DD Basu
Indian polity by Laxmikant
Spectrum Publication. Geography of Karnataka
Fundamentals of Physical Geography class 11
India Physical Geography Class 11
Human Geography class 12
Indian People and economy Class 12
Current Affairs :
Understanding economic development Class X
Indian Economic development class 11
All the best!
how to preparation of upsc from 12th
UPSC Civil Service Exam consists of three stages
To give you a brief about the exam;
Preliminary consists of 200 Marks for each paper.It mainly consists of GS Paper-I consists of the following topic such as History of India and Indian national movement, Indian and World geography, Economic and social development- sustainable development, poverty,inclusion demographics, social sector initiatives etc,Indian polity and governance-constitution,political system,Current Events nationally and Internationally, General Science,General Issues on environmental ecology,biodiversity and climate change. you just need to score the required cut offs against your category.
And then we have qualifying CSAT(you need to score 33%) which includes topics such as basic numeracy, comprehension, logical reasoning and analytical ability, general mental ability, decision making and problem solving, interpersonal skills including communication skills. Both consists of 200 marks, MCQs based. Prelims is mcq based, but still it requires knowledge coupled with speed in order to ace it, it's numbers are not added in the final list,
Coming to Mains it's more of a subjective type, one needs to write answer for Four General Studies Paper such as
GS-I includes Indian Heritage and Culture,History and Geography of the World and Society,
GS-II includes Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations,
GS-III includes Technology, Economic Development, Bio-Diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management,
GS-IV includes Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude
Two Optionals, One Essay, two language paper
There are total nine papers here. 250 marks for each paper, total is 1750 marks followed by Personality Test of 275 marks.
Your biggest advantage right now is "TIME" if you use it well, you can succeed in the very first attempt, go through the following;
First step which the most important thing is to be well acquainted with UPSC Syllabus, learn it by heart, that's the most crucial step to crack this exam, to know what to read and what to skip. In addition to this, never ever make a differentiation between prelims and mains, because nowadays what's happening is even in prelims, UPSC frame questions based on Mains syllabus, So, the first towards preparation shall be an integrated approach for both.
Another equally important part is to start reading any newspaper like The Hindu, or Indian Express on a regular basis to be updated as well as gaining knowledge which shall be highly useful to you in future exam preparation part. Put a more emphasis on editorial parts,with regular reading your perspective will become broader, one of the key thing in answer writing is if you can connect any event with current details by providing an answer in politically,economically,geographically it enhances the quality so newspaper reading is must and whatever opinion you form it should be well balanced.
Make a timetable,set targets on a daily,weekly and monthly basis,that's the only way to complete this extensive syllabus.
When it comes to reading books ,start with basics, for each subject, you can do with NCERTs for this. This will build your foundation strong,as you progress, move on to other relevant books, like Polity by Laxmikanth, History of Modern India by Bipin Chandra etc. Always keep resources minimal, read one book many a times instead of many a book one time.
Start practicing answer writing in advance, even in a little way, writing mains is a huge task for nine paper, it requires immense practice along with knowledge. There are many sites which provide questions on daily basis you can find that very useful.
Practice previous year question paper which you can get from the site of UPSC,in addition mock papers, and test series which you can get it from any of the sites extensively dedicated to UPSC, , it's highly important to evaluate your performance while doing so.
This exam takes two years,one year to prepare and another one to appear for exams such as prelims,mains and interview,so perseverance is the key to success here, this exam tests patience like no other exam, but if you're determined and focused, you'll make it. Remember, there are going to be time when there will be frustration and anxiety, with long hours of study it happens, so have other interests or hobbies as well, do talk with your parents and support system, and take care of your health, being disciplined academically as well as spiritually helps a lot, do meditation on a daily basis it'll lower anxiety levels, all the very best.