Dear Shashank, to be eligible for CLAT, there is no specific subjects that you should have studied in your 10+2. Any stream Candidates are eligible, So even if you are studying Science subjects in your Class 11 and 12, if you secure a minimum aggregate of 45%, you are eligible for CLAT. It is 45% for General Category and 40% for Reserved Categories. For more information on CLAT eligibility criteria, please visit our page at:
Dear Kaushik, if you are in Class 11, you will not have knowledge of 12th topics yet. So it is always important to focus on 11th topics in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Use this year to strengthen your basics, fasten your calculations and practise problem solving. Make a timetable and stick to it. Try to attempt atleast 1 mock test per week. You might not be able to score on 12th topics but try to work on all 11th topics. Memorise formulae and make sure you take short gaps between your study schedule. Follow NCERT because most of the times, NTA doesn't go beyond NCERT.
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Yes , you can learn and understand class 12 chemistry even if you haven't studied class 11 chemistry as there's not much linking between class 11 and class 12 chemistry for the most of class 12 chapters in chemistry but even then you need to first complete important chapters of your class 11 chemistry like some basic principles if organic chemistry, Hydrocarbons, chemical bonding etc. These chapters are very cruicial , so side by side you should study your class 11 chemistry and then you will have no problem in any chapter of class 12 chemistry and yes there's no shortcut , so you need to do this.
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