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What is the order of Difficulty of the Physics Chapters in descending order ?
Magnetism is quite tough along with electrostatics and ray optics. Current electricity is still little easy however the questions may confuse you. And apart from this some portions of kinematics are also tough. And rotational mechanics is the toughest of all
Order of Chapter in Descending order of Difficulty Level in Physics
Class 11th :
• Rotational Mechanics. (One of the best and exhausting chapters with many concepts , giving the best JEE questions )
• Waves. (Feels difficult to digest at first , but you can master it easily )
• Thermodynamics. (Difficult at first , involves too much concepts - What makes it harder is the confusion yo develop while studying thermodynamics in Chemistry )
• SHM. (Moderately difficult )
• Conversation of Momentum , Centre of mass.
• Work , Energy and Power. ( Nearly all of it is based on the work energy theorem and similar numerical )
• Fluid Mechanics. (Moderately difficult )
• Laws of Motion.
• Properties of Solids and KTG .
• Kinematics. (Easiest chapter , although projectile motion isn't as easy as it seems )
• Units and Dimensions. (No need to comment on it - But the basics of everything else )
Class 12th :
• Semiconductors. (Too much theoretical , lots of memorizing stuff ,transistors in particular )
• Electromagnetics (Requires higher ability of problem solving skills )
• Wave optics (Except for YDSE , it involves memorization , but becomes easy once Waves is conceptually clear , alhough YDSE was fun and a major part in JEE)
• Magnetism in matter. (A significant topic for JEE Mains and Boards -again involves memorization)
• Magnetism and AC.
• Electrostatics and Capacitance . ( Logical and challenging problems , esp. in Irodov )
• Geometrical Optics (Again , problems can be of varying difficulty )
• Dual Nature of matter , atoms , nuclei (Similar to atomic structure in class 11th chemistry)
• Communication systems.
What are the Chapters to be studied to get 85% Correct Answers in Physics for NEET UG ?
1. Semiconductors - Learn All the Formulas First and the basic concepts like P-type, N-type, Transistors and Diode. Then Practice Some Questions from Previous Years NEET/AIPMT, AIIMS and JEE MAIN and Keep Doing Them Reputedly. 3 Questions from this Topic which are not more than putting values in the Formulas
2. Wave Optics- Just Learn all the Formulas, there are not more than 5–6 of them. 2 Questions will Come from Here.
3. Modern Physics- Important are Photoelectric Effect with Theory and Formula, Then Bohr Energy States, De Broglie Equation and Radioactivity. 4–5 Questions from this Topic. I Don't think there is a Much simpler and scoring topic than this one.
4. EMI and AC- Remember the Vector Formulas for Voltage and Power, Recent Papers have them as questions. EMI Complete with Theory. 3–4 Questions in a Good Paper.
5. Current Electricity - It is a Easy Topic. Always remember Ohm's Law and Circuits Specially. Power will always have a Question in the paper. 3 Questions in a Good Paper.
6. Units, Dimensions and Vectors- Properties of Vectors and Basic Dimension Problems like Construction of Formulas. There was a Good Question Previous Year. 2 Questions Expected.
7. Oscillations and Waves- Remember Frequency and Time Period Formulas for Pendulum. That will provide you with 2 Questions each.
8. Thermodynamics and Heat- Either Refrigerator or Carnot's Engine will give you 4 Marks. Revise all from these Two. You can Confirm it from Previous Papers. If You Know about Heat, Practice like previous years, the pattern does not change, 4 Question from It.
9. And Most Importantly You Should Revise the Questions from Previous Years of AIPMT AND JEE MAINS After You Have Completed a Particular Chapter. 10 Questions from Previous Years AIPMT and 10 from JEE Mains and I Can Assure You That.
10. If You Have Little Knowledge About Other Topics, Then You Can Practice for them Also from Previous Years.
What are Top 15 Toughest topics for NEET UG ?
The Top 15 toughest chapters for many NEET UG aspirants were :—
1. D and F Block (nothing tougher than this chapter)
2. Environmental Chemistry
3. Environmental Issues
4. Living World
5. Surface Chemistry (Interesting Chapter but tough !!!!)
6. Hydrogen
7. S Block
8. P Block
9. Anatomy in Flowering plants
10. Structural Organisation (Frog, Earthworm, Cockroach)
11. Reproduction in Flowering Plants
12. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids (Probably, only I found them tough)
13. Biodiversity (Alot of Information-Stats to remember)
14. EM Waves (Again, requires some memorisation)
15. Animal Kingdom (Non NCERT information required quite a lot of effort
What are the 15 Chapters , that we should Nail down first while preparing for NEET UG Exam ?
1. System of Particles & Rotational Motion
2. Mechanical Properties of Fluids
3. Oscillations
4. Waves
5. Moving Charges & Magnetism
6. EMI
7. Ray Optics
1. Chemical Bonding
2. Equilibrium
3. Organic Chemistry: Some Basic Principles & Techniques
4. Electrochemistry
5. Coordination Compounds
1. Cell Cycle & Cell Division
2. Principles of Inheritance & Variations
3. Molecular Basis of Inheritance
What is the Correct Sequence for Preparation of NEET UG to Prioritize Time ?
Correct sequence of studying anything in general would be starting from the tougher part. All subjects are equally important for qualifying NEET. If you are in class 11th then try to stick to NCERT and study consistently with vigorous hard work and dedication. And if you're in class 12th focus on your boards during this time it will be beneficial for your NEET preparation as well, after giving your boards start revising your 11th syllabus and top it with class 12th revision as well as try to solve as many test series as possible.
Biology has a bigger weightage i.e total 360 marks. Main base for any competitive exam is your NCERT read each and every line of NCERT after attending lectures and make notes in your textbook itself by sticking extra pages or writing extra information in the space given This will help you to focus on a single book rather than hunting all of the modules school notes class notes etc. Read in between the lines of your textbook (understand each any every words meaning and its concept)
Physics should be the first subject of discussion but here it's weightage is lesser than biology.this subject comes out to be a little tough than biology obviously due to numerical so our target should he eliminating this fear. Clear all your concepts and solve numerical from every topic you learn each day.
Chemistry is equally important.Its chemical reaction and thermodynamics. Focus on basics and reach the top.
How does Incus App Daily MCQ Quiz Tournaments in Chemistry and Daily Live Online Class helps ?
NCERT theory+ examples+ questions are must. Give attention to green boxes also. Like in one NEET UG Exam, structure of trobromooctaoxide was asked. For MCQ practice, use Quiz Tournaments . Daily practice 10 Quiz Tournaments and Bookmark MCQs, that you are often going wrong . NCERT exemplar MCQs and PYQs should be solved in last 1–2 months or during board exams.Direct questions of exemplar are asked in medical entrances. Theory part must also be given some attention.
Again, NCERT theory should be your priority. Also read organic chemistry outside from NCERT as it is a competitive exam and can help you to push your rank, like the scenario of NEET 16, in which few questions were outside of NCERT.. NCERT exemplar + PYQs must also be solved. Understanding mechanism is key to score good in organic as intermediates formed are often asked. GOC 1 and 2 should be strong to understand class 12th organic. You should have good command in SN1, SN2,E1,E2 mechanisms , aromaticity, acidic, basic nature,stability of compounds due to different effects .Purification, qualitative and quantitative analysis from GOC should be read properly from NCERT. Theoretical questions are expected from environment chem, biomolecules ,polymers and CEL which should be read from NCERT line by line. Practice as much MCQs on Incus App as you can.
The biggest misconception here is that it is full of Facts and figures to remember and all. Out of 15 questions, 2–3 are from chemical bonding, 1–2 periodic table and 2 from coordination chemistry. Almost 2 questions in block chemistry are from periodic trends, order of stability of hydrides, oxides. It makes almost 7–8 questions. Rest 7–8 questions can be solved by reading NCERT line by line and properly practicing MCQs . Precious year questions of all competitive exams must be solved. In metallurgy , learn the names of ores. Examples of refining in an important topic . Avoid study material which is full of irrelevant stuff. Read NCERT and solve PYQs. Some topics of coordination chemistry like jahn telller effect, trans effect, some test like Ni-dmg, Fe(II) and Fe(III) should be read. Complementary color , stability of coordination compounds should be read. Just read NCERT for block chemistry. Incus App Quiz Tournaments is good for practicing MCQs. NCERT solved questions are also very important. Remember, chemical bonding and coordination compounds are very important .