AIEEE Tips and Strategies

AIEEE Tips and Strategies

PostBy Kalpana » Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:27 pm

Hello Friends

This is a thread Created to post the Tips, Preparation Strategies for the AIEEE Aspirants from the Experts for the Aspirants.. and here are the AIEEE Tips and Strategies from Experts .

Please post your Tips & Prepration Strategies.

Re: AIEEE Tips and Strategies

PostBy Anshul » Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:30 pm

The Concepts from which questions will be asked frequently from Physical Chemistry :

Solubility, Product, Collogative Properties, Molar Conductivties, Buffer Solutions, Equilibrium Constant related problems, Bohr’s theory applications, Heisenberg’s principle, deBroglie’s wavelengths, Gibbs Helm holtz equation, Nernst equation, Faraday’s Laws, Solid State (Lattice Positions, holes, density, crystal defects), Order determination, Gold number, Equivalent weight determination, Daltons law of partial pressures, Grahm’s law of diffusion, Vander waal’s equations. Types of Velocities, Hess’s law, Thermo chemical calculations.etc.,

Organic Chemistry.

• It is the most volatile branch of chemistry but at the same time it is easy and very important in view of time saving in exams
• Treat Organic Chemistry just like Maths,. Ie,. Read and Write
• Practice it in the form of sequence of reactions, flow charts and inter conversions consisting of preparatory methods and properties of several compounds.
• After making inter conversion charts, go through them frequently, so that u can retain and recollect at the faster rate.

The topics from which questions will be asked frequently are :

Stability and reactivity orders of carbonium, Carbanion, Free radicals, Inductive, Mesomeric effect, Stereo isomerism, Nomenclature, Named reactions, Mechanisms, Acids and Factors affecting it, Basic strength of amines and factors affecting it and Diazonimum salt reactions, Electrophilic substitution recations of benzene and Benzenoids, Preparatory methods and properties of Organic Compounds.

Inorganic Chemistry.

• Most of the students will face difficulty with inorganic chemistry because they need to remember and byheart so many points and which they forget very easily
• Inorganic chemistry can be made interesting with some scientific approach towards its study ie,. Compare the general properties of elements of all groups. Most of the properties are common in all groups with some exceptions.
• Make a tabular forms consisting of preparatory methods of elements and compounds, electrodes and electrolytes used and electrodic reactions

In organic chemistry is not only difficult for you but is also difficult to all the students. Difficulty is not because of toughness, but because of vastness. Instead of thinking that I am forgetting, better think that why I will forget and do work hard accordingly.

The topics from which questions will be asked frequently in inorganic chemistry are :

Molecular Orbital theory, Dipole moment, Types of bonds, Gold number Calculations, Nomenclature and isomerism in Complexes, polymers (nylon,Bakelite, Synthetic Rubber, Valcanization), Diborane, Silicons, f-block elements, Hydrides, Group study, Practical Chemistry, Compound of Xenon, EAN, Periodic Properties, VA,VIA, VIIA group elements, preparatory methods and properties of Hydrogen peroxide, Hypo., etc.

Re: AIEEE Tips and Strategies

PostBy Suraj » Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:31 pm

Hello Friends,..

Here are the AIEEE Maths Topic wise preparation Tips..


In trigonometry, students usually find it difficult to memorize the vast number of formulae. Understand how to derive formulae and then apply them to solve problems. The more you practice, the more ingrained in your brain these formulae will be enabling you to recall them in any situation. Direct questions from trigonometry are usually less in number, but the use of trigonometric concepts in coordinate Geometry & calculus is very profuse.

Coordinate Geometry :

This section is usually considered easier than trigonometry. There are many common concepts and formulae (such as equations of tangent and normal of the curve) in conic sections(circle, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola). Pay attention to locus and related topics, as the understanding of these makes the coordinate geometry easy.

Calculus :

Calculus includes concept based problems which require analytical skills. Functions are the backbones of this section. Be thorough with the properties of all types of the functions, such as trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, and signum. Approximating sketches and graphical interpretations will help you solve problem faster. Practical application of derivatives is very vast area, but if you understand the basic concepts involved, it is very easy to score.


Don’t use formulae to solve problems in topics which are logic oriented, such as permutations and combinations, probability, location of roots of a quadratic equations, geometrical applications of complex numbers, vectors and 3D – Geometry

Re: AIEEE Tips and Strategies

PostBy kumar anjan » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:43 am

i want to know pattern of physics coz u have tel nly abt chemistry nd mathematics..
kumar anjan

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