Tips to Master Physics for JEE

Physics is the key subject for the success of students in competitive exams like JEE. Since you have to prepare for JEE and boards exams simultaneously, therefore, a proper and effective study plan is required for securing a meritorious position in the exam. You can’t spend your preparation time in simply revising the same concepts every day. Before starting your preparations, formulate a suitable study plan by analyzing all the chapters covered in the syllabus of JEE Mains and Advanced. Instead of memorizing concepts, try understanding topics through visualization. It enables to retain concepts for long. Have a proper understanding of derivations because sometimes complicated questions can be answered easily by utilizing the basics explained in the derivations. While practicing problems, begin with easy questions and later move to moderate and tough questions. NCERT textbooks contain a good selection of questions for practical applications, solving which you can easily prepare well for the examination. Acquiring the visual techniques of solving problems can help students in answering difficult questions in the least time. For mastering concepts of Physics, start from the very beginning. The majority of concepts in physics are interlinked, therefore, do not prepare random chapters. Don’t practice problems just after reading a couple of portions. For a better understanding of concepts, avoid studying the same topics from multiple books.

Must study Topics:

  1. Magnetics, Electrostatics, Electricity, and Electromagnetic Induction: These are highly scoring topics. Every year around 4 to 5 questions are asked in IIT JEE from these topics.
  2. Oscillation and Waves: Try understanding this unit through visualization. Also, give more importance to topics like Doppler Effects, Superposition, Waves, Equation & terms related to S.H.M, etc.
  3. Modern Physics: This unit is extremely important for JEE Main. The topics include radioactive decay, X-rays, the duality of matter, nuclear fission and fusion. Focus more on Bohr’s model and practice questions related to it from reference books as well. For this unit, NCERT Textbooks could be the best resources to get your basics right.
  4. Optics: It is an interesting chapter for a majority of students. Ray optics is an easy topic and could be a scoring one too. Wave optics include diffraction, interference, and polarization.

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