Mr Dinesh Yadav outlined these points to score better marks in CBSE Class 12 Physics exam:
1. Make Schedule
Prepare a schedule that contains two columns. First column includes name of chapter and second contains date by which you will finish that chapter.
Make a separate register and note down the name of all derivations of each chapter.
Note down difficult concepts and questions and highlight them, so that you can revise the concept quickly.
Proper schedule will help in preparing the topics within time limit. It creates pressure and we complete our task more effectively.
Give test of each chapter that you have prepared, so that you can test yourself. This will help in deciding how much extra effort is required in that chapter.
Test will help in improving your weak areas.
Don't forget to clear your doubts in each chapter.
Revision is utmost important part in physics where you have to deal with so many formulas and units. In physics revision should be done in short interval of time like after every two hours or after preparing 5 derivations. This will help in retaining things for longer duration. It's better to revise one chapter rather than going to prepare next chapter without revising first.
4. Sequence of chapters
In physics some chapter like Semiconductors, Communication and EM waves are completely theoretical and scoring in its nature. So average students must prepare these chapters first. After that they can go for Atom, Nuclei, Dual nature, Optics and then part-1.
5. Topics to be focus:
Derivation, definitions, statements and units.
Devices: Cyclotron, Galvanometer, potentiometer, metre bridge, transformer and AC generator
Instruments: Compound microscope, Astronomical telescope.
6. Practice Sample Paper
Practice minimum 5 sample papers. That will help you in deciding time and word limit when you finally attend the CBSE Class 12 exams. Practicing with previous year's question papers will give idea on the exam paper and level of questions being asked in board exams.
In exam, utilise your question paper reading time in deciding the sequence of questions that you are going to follow. The students may attempt 5 marks questions first.
(With Inputs from Dinesh Yadav, PGT (Physics), G.D.Goenka Public School, Greater Noida)
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