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March 17, 2009
If studying for your Physics exam seems like a scary prospect, then this article is a must-read, and strives to make it a little less intimidating. Pragya Nopany, Head Of Department- Physics, Birla Vidya Niketan, New Delhi, tips you off.

The devil lies in the details
Consolidate your learnings by going through each chapter thoroughly. Do not cover any chapter in haste. Remember: you need to win the war of the boards, not just the battle of a school exam.

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Get your fundas right
Muster up the courage to understand ‘tough’ chapters and immediately seek help from your teachers and friends, to clear doubts. You will be amazed at how easy they seem once you approach them with an open mind. Remember “when the going gets tough, the tough get going”.

Only one book, please!
Make sure you refer to only one reference book. After clearing your concepts, wipe off the dust from NCERT book. Read it carefully because you can expect a question from any line of this book. Conceptual understanding of the subject is tested so do an extensive study of all the chapters.

Pragya is also part of the team developing Exempler Problems in Physics, a book for Class XI and XII students, at NCERT. She has also worked on the NCERT Physics experiments textbook for senior secondary classes.