please can u suggest me and give me all the tips about how and what to study to get full marks in chemistry

Asked by aryan.spider | 29th Oct, 2015, 02:40: PM

Expert Answer:

Practice reactions everyday. Write reactions 10 times, understand its mechanism.

Follow a daily routine:

Create a timetable or follow a daily routine. This will keep you organized and disciplined. As mentioned before, if you need more time to practice sums/problems, then give more time to that. Work on your weak areas, strengthen your strong areas.

Time Management:

Time management is one of the key factors towards good preparation for exams. If you manage your time well, everything will fall into place.

  • Always start preparing from 'Basics' because it is really important to have a good base for a right foundation.
  • Never prefer solutions of questions before giving good attempt to the question. Try to solve the problem till you exhausted, always give a second or third attempt to the problem before moving to solution page.
  • Do not leave the question in middle. Never jump from one question to another in hurry. Lots of students practice questions without attempting it fully.
  • Always try a question with Conceptual Approach, do not just read the question and start solving it without realising the points that what is being asked in the question.
  • Always keep the syllabus with you, before preparing the new topic look at the syllabus first.
  • Always try to solve 50-60 problems on per topic or chapter, but try to solve the quality problems which need different applications and concepts to solve the problem.
  • Keep a copy of a periodic table in your wallet. Try learning the periodic table when you get free time. For example, traveling by public transport or just waiting in the line for something.
  • You can also learn the periodic table by catchy song or a sentence.  You can either create your own or go on the internet.
  • Learn all the trends of the modern periodic table.
  • Make your own strategy to crack the exam, rather then following others.
  • Try to learn the fundamentals of the concepts rather then memorising the concepts.
  • Always practice previous year's papers; it will give you the idea about the type of questions asked in the exam, and the level of difficulty of the questions.
  • Always remember that time is really important factor for every exam. Try to finish your paper well before time, so that you will get time to review your answers.
  • Refer to the study material and test series provided by www.topperlearning.com

Answered by Hanisha Vyas | 29th Oct, 2015, 06:45: PM