What things I have to study in physics chemistry and maths for getting full marks.... and How to study for it???
Stick to your NCERT Book which works very well for Chemistry and then go for reference books like Maths( R.D Sharma/R.S Agarwal) and S.L Arora (Physics)
Here are some techniques to have an outstanding performance in Physics, Chemistry and Maths:
1) Physics: Physics is based on a number of central theories and concepts. It is these underlying principles that every question is based on. Understanding the basics will help you solve the application based questions. It is advised for you to create a flow chart or mind map that will give you an overview of the concepts. Focus on the graphs and diagrams. Physics is studied the best when it is visualized.
2)Maths: Maths is the subject that only comes with practice. No memorisation can work for this subject. Just like Physics, be sure to be thorough with the concepts. Start by solving the examples given in the text. Compare your solution and the solved solution, you will see where you go wrong or what could have been done better. Make sure you have a notebook where all formulae and derivations are written down. Practice solving problems in a stepwise method as most of the examiners mark the answers according to each step. Be sure to solve all previous year question papers as you will learn the trick of paper solving
3) Chemistry: In Chemistry, it is recommended to do a trend analysis of each chapter. Maintain a notebook where all equations are written. Do not ignore the numerical problems. Read the text book as many times as possible as questions from in between the text are expected to come as HOTS. Solve all previous year question papers.
To achieve overall academic success, a well designed routine combined with smart study can work wonders. Here are some strategies, which would be helpful in your study plan:
1) Draft a timetable: Find an organising tool, you may choose to write it down or use your phone to list down the points. This will help you bring out all the things that you need to do at a surface level. While making this timetable, be sure to be flexible and realistic. There is no point in setting up unrealistic goals. Make plans on a daily level and set short term targets. Make sure you give enough time for sleep, exercise and recreation in this timetable.
2)Refer to good study Material: Sometimes, all it takes is good material that covers most of your portions and you will see all the previous year question papers based on these books. If you study from the right source, you won't waste time over a book that doesn't do to well for you.
3) Divide your syllabus: You know your strengths and weaknesses the best. It is for you to decide which chapters need attention and which chapters can be easily understood. It is suggested to divide your subjects into three compartments.
a) Very Important: These chapters are the ones with the most weightage in terms of marks and fare high on a complexity level.
b) Moderate Importance: These chapters need a specific amount of attention and can be dealt with if given the required amount of time. They carry a fair weightage in the exam.
c) Less importance: These chapters are very easy to score. They usually don't carry much weightage.
Hope this helps. All the best!
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First of all have clear cut concept of all the topics. And study of NCERT is compulsary. Remember all the important part of NCERT for chemistry. And also practise all the question of exercise. And apart from it refer some of reference books for all the subjects like HC Verma, RD sharma/RS Agarwal etc..
By this you can definitely score good marks. But getting full marks depends upon many factors like your writing, clearness of answers, exam pressure etc. Content is not always everything. So, give your best and don't build pressure.
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