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Physics might be the toughest subject there is! Most of the students suffer in this subject while preparing for JEE and NEET. The reason is simple. Up until the 10th and 12th, all you had to was remember certain formulas and principles and you could easily top the exam.
But come JEE/NEET, you’ll also have to apply what you understood in your previous classes. Physics carries a high percentage of marks in exams like NEET & JEE. Prior to appearing for these Exams, you should be acquainted with the fact that out of the 180 questions, 45 questions are asked from Physics. Therefore, poor performance in this section can wreck your dream.
You do know that understanding physics is not that difficult right? So how to do it?
Here are some best ways to Master in Physics for JEE & NEET.
- Start From The Basics
- Complete Sample/Mock Tests
- Understand Every Formula
- Listen To Your Teachers
Here we are going to explain them one by one.
Start From The Basics
If you can’t understand a concept, it might be because you can’t understand its basics. Try to learn from a study material that has the easiest language or else, you’ll again be caught up in all the jargon. Physics in JEE and NEET is roughly based on the physics of NCERT. Make NCERT your bible and understand each and every word written in it. It is better to understand it now by taking some more time than not understanding it at all.
Complete Sample/Mock Tests
Sample papers and mock tests are available online easily. There are special books made for providing the best mock tests. Some teachers even make their own tests to make sure that students know what’s coming for them. Teachers at Vidya Hub are experts in making Mock exams. Not just exams, our institute also provides students with highly explained notes so that no one feels that there wasn’t enough study material for them to study from. You can avail the best neet physics coaching and JEE physics classes at Vidya Hub centered in Rohini and Paschim Vihar. Try as many sample tests as you can. Analyze the result and make amendments accordingly. Make sure that you get better each time you take the tests.
Understand Every Formula
It is quite easy to just learn a formula but understanding a formula is a totally different thing. Let us take the example of the most important formula in physics. Yes, you guessed it correctly! Its Einstein’s E = mc2. It’s easy to just put the values in the formula without knowing what it actually means. But this won’t work in JEE or NEET. You need to understand that Energy (E) equals mass (m) times the speed of light (c) squared.
On the most basic level, the equation says that energy and mass are interchangeable. They are different forms of the same thing. Under the right conditions, energy can become mass and vice versa. If you can understand this, then only you can complete the questions in JEE & NEET.
Listen To Your Teachers
Physics is a complex subject with difficult mathematical equations. Try to understand every concept in your classes only. Of course, when you are going to try the concept yourself, it will become clearer to you, but try your best to get a basic understanding of it in your classes. Also try to clear your doubts as soon as they pop up or else, they can cause a little mischief later.
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