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tips for studying chemistry

Asked by Utkarsh Saxena 21st September 2015, 9:19 AM
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  • Start reading your NCERT book, Pradeep chemistry as soon as possible.
  • You should understand scientific concepts, theory and reactions.
  • Perform each and every laboratory experiment and understand the theory behind it.
  • Understand and grasp the concepts and always ask questions. Make a list of unanswered questions and clarify them from teacher.
  • Do not ignore numerical problems. Most of the times, the problems are direct application of the formulae in use, and, at times are mixed with your understanding of a topic. The numerical problems, if mastered are a good way to score marks.
  • After you finish your syllabus, revise as many times as possible.
  • When you finish, do take the sample papers provided by CBSE.
  • Also, have a look at the answers and the marking scheme provided, as no other source can give you a better judgment than the one provided by CBSE.
  • The best thing you can do to raise your test scores is to solve more and more sample papers and board papers. For this you can log on to http://www.topperlearning.com/
Answered by Expert 21st September 2015, 6:29 PM
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