If your aim was to just remember the formulas then no techniques will help you as the human mind is tends to forget things in a matter of two weeks. However, there is one technique available and that is also the best technique.
All you have to do is solve some good questions on that formula and you're all.set to go. The more questions you solve, the more formulas you'll remember. Start with NCERT examples and then move to the excercise section. Also you could use some good book like irodov, HC Verma, etc.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
The Syllabus for Physics Includes:
Physical World and Measurement
Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid body
Properties of Bulk Matter
Behaviour of perfect gas and kinetic theory
Oscillation of waves
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
Dual Nature of matter and radiation
Atoms and nuclei
NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
Objective Physics By DC Pandey
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
Physics needs utmost focus and time because it involves with theoretical concepts and numbers. There should be a systematic approach in preparing for NEET. The important topics are Mechanics, ElectroDynamics, Modern Physics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Optics, Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves. Formulae form an integral part of your preparation. Memorise as many formulae as you can and write them down and stick them as post its so that you can always see them. Practise regularly and try various kinds of questions. Solving previous papers and mock tests to test your improvement. Keep a clock and check the time its taking you to solve these questions. And improve the time as you practise more. One day of the week should be set aside for revision so as to keep the mind fresh. For reading what the toppers and experts have to say, please visit our page at: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/how-prepare-for-neet-physics/amp
Dear Swapna, to be eligible for studying B.Sc Forensic Science, you should have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics as your core subjects. You should have scored a minimum aggregate of 50%. Few Institutions give 5% leverage to Reserved Categories. But yes you can have either Biology or Mathematics as a subject.
The 5 main subjects ie physics chemistry maths English and Hindi will be of 100 marks each and physical education will carry 50 marks. So you will have a total of 550 marks to deal with. And then accordingly depending on your marks from 550 percentage from 100 will be calculated.
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let me clear your doubt.
First of all don't be panic and take too much stress. You can overcome this problem if you work hard. So here I am providing you few tips which will definitely help you out.
1.Collect all the study material of physics and revise it.
2.Go through ncert physics book of class 11 and 12 and make your concept clear.
3.if you have doubt in any topic you can watch online videos to clear your doubt.
4.solve previous year question paper for understanding the pattern of question and hoe to tackle the question within time limit.
5.solve sample paper and give mock test on regular basis.
6.make a proper time table and divide the chapter accordingly and complete the chapter according to the time table.
If you follow these tips your physics will improve.
I hope my answer will help you out
Dear Gaurav, unfortunately the last thing you need right now is to be afraidd. It is an entrance examination and there are quite a no.of seats available for admissions. So do not worry. Know the pattern, make few changes to your preparation and you will do good. NTA has changed the exam pattern. Under the new exam pattern, the number of questions per subject has been reduced from 30 MCQs to 20 MCQs, and 5 questions with numerical answers. The MCQs still carry negative marking for each wrong answer, while there is no negative marking for the other 5 questions. So your preparation has to change accordingly.
Physics: You need to practise to be fast and accurate wih the formulae. Go through each derivation, prepare short notes and most importantly memorize the formulae, definitions and processes. Read the theory and practice its examples in the NCERTs. Have small flash cards for quick reference. Concepts in Physics by Dr. HC Verma is a great source for strengthening the basics after completing the NCERT book. Beginning with its examples, solve objectives I, II and the theory questions. Over the years, for Physics, the focus had been on Electronic Devices, Optics, Electrostatics, and Thermodynamics. So concentrate more on these subjects.
Chemistry: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Bio-molecules, Polymer, Aldehyde Ketone and Carboxylic acids, Equilibrium, Coordinate Compounds etc. constitute the major part of the Chemistry paper. It is further added that Qualitative Analysis, General principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements and Surface Chemistry etc. have lesser number of questions in the exam. If you can memorise the periodic table, chemical formula of each gas and their structure, Chemistry can be easier for you. Focus on focus on Organic Compounds containing Oxygen, Equilibrium, Basic Concepts, and Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure.
Mathematics: Nothing works like having strong fundemental knowledge. The pattern of a solution to a problem must be worked upon. A typical question often requires a combination of various concepts and their intertwining among themselves. Their analysis helps in strengthening the concepts and imbibing the requisite skills.Your focus should be on Coordinate Geometry, Limit, continuity, and differentiability, and Integral Calculus. Chapters like 3-Dimensional Geometry, Applications of Derivatives, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability and Matrices and Determinants constitute a higher number of questions in JEE. Be quick in Calculations.
Also visit our page for more preparation tips at: https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-preparation-tips/amp
Dear Venu, NTA majorly asks questions from NCERT. But you need to be prepared so as not to be surprised in the examination hall. Class notes is good but you will need few more books:
Physics Best Books:
Chemistry Best Books:
NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
Dinesh Chemistry Guide
Practise books by VK Jaiswal, MS Chauhan and N Awasthi
Biology Best Books:
NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII textbooks
Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman
Objective Biology by Dinesh
Objective Botany by Ansari
Pradeep Guide on Biology
GR Bathla publications for Biology
yes, you are eligible to apply. you need to secure atleast 525 marks in graduation and you must studied the subject in your graduation level which m.sc course you are applying now.
hope I have solved your query.
There are many books that are available in the market for preparation of Msc applied Physics entrance examinations. Some of the books you can refer are,
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there is no psu's which is hires for physics branch. however for eletronics and instrumentation branch there is some iring but it is really less compare to ece, electrical a, mechanical branches. some psu's are as follows, iocl, mdl, ecil, texas instrument, ongc etc. you may learn some programming languages , it can add some good impact on your resume. but interview questions will be asked from your discipline only.
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