Chemistry is a subject that presents lots of hurdles for JEE aspirants. A diligent student of chemistry has the periodic table of the elements etched in his memory and must necessarily be thorough with the formulae and equations for ready appliance. With this objective in mind, it is imperative to have a deep understanding of the basic concepts. The study can be split into 3 groups of Physical, Organic, inorganic Chemistry.
It can fetch you real good scores and hence all the units in it must be done carefully. In this category, the questions/ problems are asked not to test the students on the mathematical ability of the subject but the application of principles. For better score prepare analytically.
Preparation Tips for JEE Physical Chemistry:
- Prepare a notes for the principles.
- After each topic refer different books for different questions for practice.
- Atleast attempt 3 practice papers of each topic.
- Refer old question papers of IIT, JEE, because 15 – 20% questions will be repeated in AIEEE exams.
Devout time to general principles of organic chemistry as this will make the remaining part easy to comprehend. Though the structures, mechanisms and reactions are a bit hard to remember, but there is a scope for scoring full marks. Practice well, because it is difficult to retain without regular revision.
Preparation Tips for JEE Organic Chemistry:
- Make chapter wise notes.
- Prepare notes for reactions according to their principles, structure and mechanisms.
- Practice one topic from Conservation every day.
- First prepare subjective later, for objective.
- Refer EAMCET, JEE, AIEEE, old question papers.
Inorganic Chemistry: Pay attention to learn inorganic Chemistry as there are many facts and figures to be remembered. One can learn this by continuous revision. Periodic table is the base of inorganic Chemistry to study the position and properties of the elements. Important topics are Metallurgical operations and their application, translating a word equation into chemical equations in terms of chemical formulae, S-Block, P-Block elements, Chemical Bonding, Equilibrium, Electro chemistry, Coordination compounds comprises of scoring sub topic like Isomerism.
Preparation Tips for JEE Inorganic Chemistry:
- According to the syllabus, prepare notes on Representative elements.
- Give more time to coordinate compounds.
- For Metallurgy , Quantitative Analysis, make flow chart.
- Limit your preparation to the syllabus.
- Don’t go out of syllabus.
- Get a good grasp of basic concepts of topics.
- So that when a question is asked in different ways you will be able to answer.
- Practice different questions instead of same questions.
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