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How do I prepare for JEE Physics


To prepare for IIT JEE Physics you can take some help from the tips and tricks 

Make a fixed schedule

Make a list of books and notes and study material you want to prepare from

Make a complete sight on the syllabus for exams

mark the important topics and read them first

ask to your teachers if you get any doubt

Do prepare a list of formulas and basic concepts for quick

solve previous year questions for practice

stay positive and work by heart don’t waste a single minute from now

IIT JEE Physics books


H.C VERMA for physics                                                                

DC PANDEY for class physics



    This is the sole tool which will work in long haul. There is no alternative for training and you have to practice in order to enhance your speed and confidence. It will likewise enable you to comprehend your knowledge related to the subject and the various areas of the IIT syllabus, on which you need to work more.


    Basics help us to understand the question and the set trap.

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  • Hey guys, you can prepare to yourself through syllabus. in physics subject questions will be asked from candidates as Units and dimensions, dimensional analysis, Kinematics in one and two dimensions, Linear and angular simple harmonic motions, Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, etc. So you have to prepare each topic in good way, give equal time to each topic and if you want to get more info them see JEE 2018 all details such as exam dates, complete syllabus, registration procedure etc.
  • Learning Physics Concepts.

    Studying concepts with books of authors like HCV, Halliday-Resnick, D C Pandey is surely a time-tested method and it works. Only problem with it is that you always have to consult 2–3 books for one topic and even after that, you don’t always get a clear understanding of concepts and you get stuck when you start solving problems.

    And why it happens despite being written by physics stalwarts like H.C.Verma and D.C.Pandey? As per my observation, it is due to the lack or limitation of Visualisation which can be generated in your mind by just reading the mere words and seeing diagrams. You generally understand those concepts better which needs little or no visualisation. Also the capacity of visualisation vary from person to person.

    So, here i will suggest you to try visual physics for learning concepts and practice problems while learning. We have incorporated the power of visualisation with superb teaching techniques and that has made learning physics relatively very easy (as conveyed by our students). It also helps you in remembering the concepts and formulas for a longer time It also saves you time which you can invest in other subjects.

    Using the concepts in solving problem.

    Now the main goal of learning concepts is to apply them in solving problem of all level; easy, moderate and tough. and for this, you need to practice as many different types of problem you get your hands on, in the limited time assigned to this subject. I can suggest you the D C Pandey’s objective physics problem books. It has very good selection of problem and some of the problems will really test your concept; which is good.

    Most of the time while solving problems, you will get stuck many times initially and you will have to go back again to theory. Here again, Visual Physics can help you. You just need to watch 1–2 videos related to the theory of the problem, and in 10–20 minutes; you are back to business (practice). It also has around 1500+ solved problems (covers around 90% of previous year JEE physics questions) which uses visual techniques of problem solving. You can watch and learn them too, to acquire the skill of problem solving in minimum time.


    Despite the fact that it’s not a thumb rule to join training classes for JEE, yet it encourages you to keep you on your toes. You have to analyze your preparations with time and a decent coaching gacility gives you that stage. You get an opportunity to rate yourself with your peers and timely test practice keeps you up with your preparations. All these factors would contribute towards a higher JEE Mains rank for you.


    Once your basics are clear then you are prepared to go for the details, for instance, during formula derivation, there are constantly a few suppositions made at last to make it more straightforward however JEE questions begin from those presumptions only, so on the off chance that you are recollecting the final derivation at exactly that point you might be stuck in trouble. You need to go for the details of each one of them, from the IIT syllabus.

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