Asked by gappus | 29th Jan, 2010, 05:28: PM

Expert Answer:

First of all read NCERT book carefully. Try to solve all the questions given in NCERT text book. Understand the rationale behind every concept so that in exams you can answer it in your words also. While answering the questions wherever required support your answer with appropriate balanced chemical equations, diagrams, etc. In case of redox reactions wherever required show oxidation state of element below it in the reaction. In case of numericals show every step clearly. Wherever log values are calculated show it along with answer. In case of organic chemistry, while writing conversions write the reagents correctly. In case of resonance show appropriate arrows.There are many tips like this. For more test and MCQs visit the topper website

Answered by  | 30th Jan, 2010, 03:58: PM

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