Monday, 21 October 2013

How to Prepare Chemistry for Class 12 Board Exam?


Chemistry is a scoring subject and students can obtain higher marks in this subject by putting in little hard work. Chemistry is a very important subject for both board exam and various competitive exams. One can score 95+ marks in this subject in board exam by investing little bit of time. Nowadays different competitive exams are conducted within one month after the completion of class 12 board exam. If you have command over this subject then you can really perform well in different competitive exams too.


Why students face difficulty in chemistry?

Many students fail to score good marks in this subject. The only reason behind it is that they fear from chemistry. If you really want to perform better in this subject then try to remove chemistry-phobia from your mind. Believe me, chemistry is one of the most easy subjects in the science stream provided you study this subject with full concentration and consistently. You must read chemistry regularly or you will fail to prepare it well for the board exam. Try to consult your teacher and friends when you find any topic difficult to understand. 



How to prepare different chapters of chemistry for class 12 board exam?  

Chemistry is divided into Physical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry. While preparing Physical Chemistry you must learn all formulas of Solid state, Solution, Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics. Try to solve at least five numerical daily from these chapters. You should also learn theory of these chapters as it is important for both board and competitive exams. (Also Read: How to Pass in Chemistry in CBSE Class 12 Board Exam?)


Inorganic Chemistry requires lots of learning. It is wise to prepare a note of Inorganic chemistry as in this you need to learn lots of chemical reactions, processes and preparation of different chemical compounds. Questions are directly asked from this portion. It is a very important portion of chemistry for engineering and medical exams too. So never underestimate Inorganic chemistry.


Organic Chemistry is probably the most easiest portion of chemistry in class 12. You can secure good marks in this with little efforts. Solve all problems of NCERT exercise to have command over this portion. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers and Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids are the two most important chapters from Organic chemistry. 


Some important topics from Organic chemistry are- Sandmeyer’s reaction, Nucleophilic substitution reaction, Optical isomerism, Electrophilic substitution reaction, Esterification, Reimer-Tiemann reaction, Kolbe’s reaction, Williamson synthesis, Rosenmud reduction, Gatterman-Koch reaction, Nucleophilic addition reaction, Clemmensen reduction, Wolff-Kishner reduction, Aldol reaction, Haloform reaction, Cross aldol condensation, Cannizzaro reaction, Hell-Volhard Zelinsky reaction, Carbylamine reaction and Coupling reaction.



Important chapters for class 12 board exam

If you want to secure 95+ marks then you need to concentrate equally on all chapters of chemistry. For weak students who want to get magical 23 marks i.e. passing marks or more, it’s important that they prepare selective but important topics. First of all thoroughly learn last three chapters of chemistry Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in Everyday Life. These three chapters together carry 10 marks. Prepare all above mentioned topics of Organic chemistry. (Also Read: How to Prepare Chemistry for AIPMT? )


“p-Block Elements” alone carries 8 marks and you must prepare this chapter very well. Coordination Compound should also be prepared very well as it is a very important chapter for CBSE or ICSE board and different competitive exams. Surface Chemistry is another chapter that you must prepare well. Often 3-4 questions from this chapter are asked in competitive exams. Strong command over Physical chemistry is helpful in securing high marks in chemistry. 


Important chemistry books for class 12 board exam 

NCERT is the most important book for the class 12 board exam. Almost all questions in board exam are asked from NCERT book. Even for the competitive exams, NCERT is very important. You can buy sample papers for solving different types of questions. Side books can help you in understanding different topics very well.

147 comments:

  1. Hello,
    Thank you for this wonderful post. I must admit that I've just recently developed an attitude (after we learnt p-Block and all the inorganic chemistry in school), that chemistry is absolutely impossible to learn. But, thanks to you, I've realized that it's only impossible as long as I think of it as impossible. :)
    I have one doubt. In all the comments, you've suggested solving as many papers as possible. However, I still have a ton of portion left to learn in all the subjects. Do you recommend learning everything first and only then moving on to solving all the papers? Because, I feel clueless when I look at any paper right now :$

    Thanks once again :)

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation.

      Solving more and more sample papers will help you in diffusing out the board exam fear and you will become much more confident. But at the same time I will suggest you to finish your exam portion first. In that case you can solve sample paper on weekly basis.

      Best of Luck

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    2. Hello sir, we got the information that they going to prepare the question paper hard, now is it enough to study the chapter which you have discussed on top

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    3. Hi Shalini, these news will never stop coming.Important chapters will remain the same, unless syllabus is changed. So go through them via NCERT and you will succeed.

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  2. Hello! Sir...I'm Garima...I'm preparing for medicals along with 12th and my preparation for both is good but due this I could not pay attention to my practicals...so can you please tell me how to score good in my practical exam because I don't want to spoil my percentage in isc boards.pls help me....

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    1. You should not concern much about your practical exam as school teacher will surely help you to get more than 26 marks.

      Regards

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  3. sir!...how should i prepare for 6th chapter of chemistry?

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    1. You should prepare this chapter through your notes or you can opt for books like Xam idea where you will get enough notes of chapters like Metallurgy, inorganic chemistry, biomolecules, polymers, surface chemistry, etc.

      Regards

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  4. My daughter has finished studying chemistry once . She tells me she keeps forgetting th e reactions. How should I ask her to study.

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    1. Ask her to revise learned chapters daily. She must practice sample papers like Evergreen. Revision is mandatory to perform well in the board exam.

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  5. Hello sir..
    I just wantd to know that if i somehow cram the back ques and intext ones..
    Would it be enough to score good marks..
    Without understanding the chapter..
    As now not much time is left..

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    1. I would suggest you to go through your chapters as it is more safe than what you are going for.

      Regards

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  6. hello sir i am weak in numerical part what to do?? nd i get bored after 1 hr studying chem.

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    1. To feel confident while solving numericals, you need to solve more and more questions and sample paper. Take regular breaks while studying chemistry to avoid getting bored.

      Regards

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  7. sir, i am weak in chem,i score only 25/70 . i want to score 45/70. how can i score this mark.

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    1. Complete chapters like Biomolecules, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life, Coordination compound, Surface chemistry, Solid state and Solution first. Then look for organic chemistry. I have mentioned important topics in the above article go through them. I will recommend you Xam idea for board exam preparation.

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  8. sir can u prefer a good sidebook for physical,inorganic,and organic chemistry.
    thank you.

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    1. Truemans, Dinesh, Pradeep or ABC are good side books

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  9. Hello sir

    I will start my 12th class in a few days .
    I m taking coaching for iitjee and at the same time studying for the board would be little tougher .
    Please suggest me how to balance between boards and jee and important chapters of class 12.

    :) REGARDS
    MAYANK MEHTA

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    1. Firstly concentrate on your board exam and then you can prepare for competitive exams. Read NCERT books carefully for performing better in the board exam. Rest have been mentioned in above article and comments.

      Regards

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  10. hello sir now i am going to reappear in class 12 again sir, i am not interested in organic chemistry i have also forgotten all the chapters of class 11 so can you please tell me that how can i grow interest in organic chemistry and can achive 95% marks in cbse boards?

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    1. You should prepare class 11 organic chemistry first which is important for laying a strong foundation. If not then go through class 12 chemistry NCERT book which is enough for the board exam.

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  11. are just ncert books enough for scoring more than 90% ?

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    1. Undoubtedly NCERT books are more than enough to score over 90 percent in the board exam. Your preparation should strictly revolve around syllabus based on NCERT.

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  12. Sir can tell me important topics from p-block,Solutions and Aldehyde, ketones&Ethers which are directly asked in CBSE board exam or compartment exam? Please Tell me as soon as possible..

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    1. In p-block it is very hard to pick handful of important topics because it is very vast. I have already mentioned some important topics from organic chemistry in the above article, go thorough it. In solution go through Raoult's law, Henry law and four Colligative properties.

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  13. For better results what can I do? In chem.

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    1. The detailed answer of your question has been mentioned above. Start learning inorganic chemistry now. Try to solve more and more questions from physical and organic chemistry to do well in these portions. Hard work is the secret of success.

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  14. Sir ,what is more scoring or more imp in organic ? Conversions or name reactions ?

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    1. Both are equally important, you should prepare organic chemistry from NCERT and you will surely perform well in the board exams

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    2. I am having huge troubles with conversions as i am studying on my own without any teacher or tuition. School teachers are of no help either

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    3. Conversions carry just 6 marks in the board exam, so you can ignore them too. Otherwise learn all the organic reactions thoroughly from NCERT, you will then find conversions very easy.

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  15. much helpful a great thanks for exams hub

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  16. sir do we have to learn all the answers from digest for maharashtra 12 board exam?

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    1. Follow NCERT book and you will perform well

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  17. what about if we revise chemistry by using past 10 years chemistry question papers of all ind, delhi, all india compartment, delhi compartment and foriegn papers

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    1. It will surely help, but don't expect by reading these only you will get over 80 marks. You must follow NCERT book for better performance.

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  18. sir are the derivations in chemistry important. If yes then can you please mention which one of them are important.

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    1. No, these are not asked in chemistry.

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  19. sir is it necessary to do qustions from ncert exemplar as it contains many hots as well as application based questions and also this year's paper is fully application based

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    1. Yes, questions are often asked from examples and exercise of NCERT, so you must not ignore them.

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    2. thank you for the reply sir. But i was not talking about the examples and excersies of ncert.i know they are very important. I was talking about ncert exemplar, its a different book issued by ncert. and it is displayed on its web site.that book contains many SA,LA questions in it.

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    3. If it is based on NCERT then you can take a brief look at it. But, NCERT book itself is the main resource for the board exams.

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  20. are numericals really important in chemistry? how much weightage do they carry in the question paper??

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    1. It varies year after year. It ranges between 15-20 marks.

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  21. sir i hav read d textbuk once...nw m solving ncert solved and unsolved and xcercise.....and sample papers and previous year questions....is tat enough for chem...??

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  22. There is not much time left for the exam and I am not able to prepare chemistry.
    I want to score good marks please around 45-55 please help. me..
    Reply ASAP

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    1. Go through chapters which are carrying higher marks like p-block, d-block, coordination compounds, physical chemistry, etc. Make a realistic target; based on your preparation.

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  23. sir i have trouble in studying conversions..not able to do conversions questions..plse tell me the way how to understand conversions..

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    1. For solving conversions, you must memorize all the reactions in organic chemistry

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  24. I have to get atleast 45mrk is ncert enough for diss yaa should I focus mre on board paper of previous yrs...plz help meh as no tym left

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    1. NCERT is more than enough for getting even more than 50 marks

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    2. R uh sure na..? As I m nt well prepared suggest da chapt which I score well as I nt studied aldehyde...amine chapt till yet

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    3. If you want to score over 45 marks in chemistry then don't be too selective. Treat each chapter equally.

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    4. Sry sir uh nt getting my point I had prepared solid state..solutions. .chemical kinetic..electrochemical. .till lesson no 6...den alcohol had prepared well..last 3chapt of the syallbus I have done...p block nd df gonna on...os datz much enough to get 45mrk I have only done ncert books intext que..nd exercise que..

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    5. Don't assume that there will be questions only from In text and Exercise of NCERT. It can be from any line of that book. If you have read those chapters thoroughly then you will easily get over 40 or you will face problem.

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  25. How many marks do numericals contain in chemistry exam?? sir pls tell me ...

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  26. sir i have prepared solid state, electrochem, chem kin, surface chem, general princ of isolation, haloalkane, alcohol and ether, polymers, chem in everyday life, coordination comp.
    however i was unable to prepare for p block, d and f block, biomolecules, aldehyde and ketone, nitrogen.
    i dont feel i can manage these chapters cause they are too large and i lack time. the two days which i will get for chem exam after physics would definitely be spent in revision ie relearning learnt and forgotten formulas n definitions (no learning of unlearned portion.). and tomorrow is the last day for preparing this subject. iam going to selectively learn frequent questions that usually comes in board for these unlearned chapters and not whole chapters.
    frequent questions like : lanthanoid contractions, large range of oxidation state etc,
    i want to know if there really exists any favorite portion paper setters usually likes or its random on luck.
    iam tensed . also till what marks its good. 40? i am appearing for jee also .

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    1. Try to cover inorganic chemistry by learning objective questions from sidebooks. Practice the structure and hybridisation of different compounds. You cannot ignore them because they are equally important for the JEE too

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  27. Sir I want to score 70/70 in chemistry. Can u please give me some tips so that I could accomplish my target?

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    1. NCERT is the only solution for that. Try to have complete command over that.

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  28. You're article was really helpful sir. It gave me a new hope that I still can clear my chemistry exam. Chemistry is my really big weak point. There are hardly any days left and I am only done with the last three chapters. Can you please suggest a way to get the magical 23? Thank you.

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    1. The last 3 chapters will give you 10 marks. Now complete surface chemistry, coordination compound, Haloalkane and solid state which are bit easier and you can get close to 30 marks by studying them.

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  29. Sir,as u knw there are just 2 holidays before chem exam can u pls suggest some schedule for . revising complete syllabus as I am pretty weakin organic but I want to score 60+

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    1. Make a realistic target and depending on your potential prepare your schedule yourself. Focus more on revising learned chapters; instead of learning new ones as now you don't have much time.

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  30. hello sir .
    as u know only 2 days are allocated for chemistry exam.
    i know 40-50% only.
    should d i do previous year question paper or read book line by line.
    i have Xam idea .
    please help me to get pass marks

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    1. You don't have enough time to read line by line. You should look for revising learned chapters and formulas and try to read objective questions for preparing inorganic chemistry.

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  31. Only studying the Ncert Excercises can help me to get pass marks, co i'm really very poor in Chemistry.
    I have only two days now, so all i have to do is only to get 23 numbrs...

    So please let me know...
    Can only Ncert Exercises with examples questions is enough for passing chemistry... And which chaptera should be given more attention...
    Please answer my query....!

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    1. Important chapters have been mentioned above. If you will do all exercise questions then surely you will get pass marks.

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  32. Sir can u tell me some tricks to deal with the chapter Solid State? I find it difficult to visualise the 3D structures and easily get confused between them.

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    1. You can take the help of NCERT for that chapter

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    2. Thanks sir, but even NCERT confuses me sometimes. Is there any other good reference book you could suggest as I am also preparing for competitive exams?

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    3. You can refer any sidebook. You should seek help from your teacher too for better explanation. If you will read NCERT line by line, you will find solid state bit easier.

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  33. Sir, what is the best way to memorize organic Chem. ?

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    1. Regular practice is the only secret, more you practice them by writing, more confident you will become

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  34. sir can u plz auggest me what are the important topic to score 50-55 marks in board

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    1. Please read the above article and comments. Important topics have been mentioned in them.

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  35. namestey sir ,,m stuti frm odisha..m an average student bt frm ur advices nw m confident...m just left wid 5 mnths for boards bt i hav not yet started preparations as the syllabus is not yet ovr at skul...plz guide me sir to score atleast a 65/70 in boards,..awaiting for ur advices..thnx a lot

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    1. Important chapters and topics have been mentioned above. To get over 65 in chemistry is quite easy provided you have complete command over NCERT. 5 months are enough to go through this book. Start learning inorganic chemistry now. Practice conversions and reactions in organic chemistry daily. You will perform well.

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  36. i find it a bit difficult to study the organic chapters. the main thing is that i forget/confuse the reagents used in the reactions. what can i do to solve this prob

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    1. Try to learn them by writing again and again, read NCERT and study them regularly

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  37. sir i knew that i am good in physical chemistry and organic chemistry .but i find it quite difficult to attend inorganic chemistry. what shall i do in order to score marks????

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    1. Start Memorizing them now and do not leave them for the last moment. NCERT is the best book for preparing inorganic chemistry. Without learning them you cannot score well. Direct questions are asked from this section and it helps in scoring higher.

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    1. Please read above comment too. Hybridisation and preparation of some chemicals are important, learn them. Previous year papers should also be solved. Out of 4 prepare at least 3 groups like Group 15, 17 and 18 to do well.

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  39. hello sir,
    i am still in 11th class but i left my chemistry institution as i was unable to understand any of it, other classes are not accepting new admission so i have to do self study plz will u tell me how to study che. which chapter should be given how much time, ect plz.

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    1. Hi Mansi, A separate article on "How to Prepare Class 11 Chemistry?" has been published on Exams Hub. Go through it and if needed ask your question there.

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  40. Thanks sir for your post.is three line answer is enough for 3 mark question. For 5 mark which lessons I should concentrate more.please help me sir

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    1. Samuel, length of answer depends on question. In Chemistry, answers are not too long. If your answer is appropriate then it does not depend upon its length, you will get full marks. For 5 Marks, give attention to important chapters which have been mentioned in the above article.

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  41. what are the important topics in p & d block elements.

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    1. Replied in the above article and comments. Go through last 10 year question papers of these chapters too.

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  42. Sir ihave started preparing for chemistry in nov. Month. Please help mehow should I score 85+ marks in board

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    1. Still you have enough time for achieving your target. Focus on NCERT and solving sample papers.

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    2. Sir should I first start with organic chemistry or physical chemistry

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    3. You should give equal time to both portions. In fact, now you should also start learning inorganic chemistry. Do not leave any portion for the last moment. If you succeed in finishing your syllabus early then you can focus solely on revision too which is very crucial.

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    4. Thanks sirr. If I ll get any problem I will ask uuu

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  43. thanks for posting but i have dought can you give me a few question paper that asked in 2016

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    1. Sorry Naresh, currently Exams Hub don't provide question paper or sample paper.

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  44. hello sir, im in class 12 with PCB, i'm very weak in chem. and know nothing of organic chem, i want to score good marks in board so can you please help me in telling which book should i prefer.

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    1. Go through NCERT. It is not that difficult, take interest in it. You can take help of any other reference book in addition too.

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  45. hello sir,, please give me advice what should i have to do first... in my chemistry xam idea to score 60-70 ...

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    1. Hi Akshat, I will recommend you to go through NCERT first before referring to sidebooks

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  46. sir, how to score good marks in vsaqs

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    1. Read NCERT carefully, only then you can attempt all Short answer Questions. Solve objective questions too.

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  47. Sir iI just wanted know from which lesson should iI star read first tell me lesson wise

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    1. Please read the above article and comments. It has been replied. Now you must focus equally on all three branches of chemistry.

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  48. Hi, I am Vipul. I have pre board exams coming in this January 4th. I've only read physical chemistry. And only 1 chapter of organic. I have 10 days left. What should I do? I have to score above 40 marks out of 70.

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    1. Read the last three chapters, they will carry 10 marks. Coordination compounds is also important one. Important topics from organic chemistry have been mentioned above, go through it.

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  49. is ncert ony sufficient to prepare 4 board exams or not .......
    nd 4 organic hw 2 remem the rxnss
    itzz really diffi to cram them

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    1. NCERT is more than enough for board and competitive exams. Reactions from organic can be remembered by writing them several times on paper.

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  50. sir only 2 months are remaining fr my board exams. i have nt read even a single question. can you tell me how to get 40 out of 70 or mor. can you suggest some important topics????????????

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    1. Important topics and chapters are mentioned above, go through them. Still you can get desired marks in the exam, work harder.

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  51. sir I m week n inorganic.. at this moment How will I prepare it for good marks?? sir m studying question s from frank solved papers and Next wat I have to do?? xam idea can I follow ?? m from ISC BOARD..

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    1. Inorganic Chemistry involves lots of learning, hence there is no substitute for it. You are doing right by going through solved papers. Xam idea is more helpful for CBSE students. Though, if you find it helpful then you can go through it too.

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  52. Sir i have prepared numerical nd organic portions but sir in the inorganic and the last 3 chapters i face lot of difficulties. I keep forgetting the structures nd formulae i had learnt 2-3 days ago...how should i muck these up?? I also dont have much time left ..should i solve papers or firstly prepare this portion well??

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    1. You are not the only guy to have this problem. The last 3 chapters carry 10 marks so don't ignore them. Inorganic chemistry and these 3 chapters should be revised regularly to avoid forgetting them. Remember Structures and formulas by writing them several times.

      Give inorganic chemistry at least an hour a day and start solving mock papers too. Read inorganic chemistry daily and this section is important because direct questions are asked from them and you can score well in it.

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  53. how to overcome multi-step interconversion, it is difficult to remember all the reactions there is nearly two months for the exams how can prepare to get minimum 55/70 in chemistry

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    1. You must learn all reactions for getting better in doing conversions. Learn them by writing several times. 2 months are enough to score well in chemistry, just have full command over NCERT.

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  54. Sir is ncert and arihant chapterwise enough to get good marks in 1and half month prepertn

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    1. Absolutely, in fact if you succeed in reading NCERT properly, you must expect really good marks in the board exam. Still, plenty of time is left for the board exam preparation, work hard.

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  55. Sir I've studied chemistry but still I am forgetting .
    Dont know what's happening????
    So plz tell how can I revise them in 5 days bcz I have my practical s too.

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    1. It is a very common problem. Don't take stress. Just solve one or two sample paper to feel confident. Solve few numericals and conversions to revise physical and organic chemistry.

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  56. Hi..sir i m weak in chemistry and my exams is coming in 1 month n i dnt prepare how can i prepare in one month??plsss hlp me

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    1. Hi lubna... One month is enough to secure good marks in the board exam. I will suggest you to prepare inorganic chemistry by solving previous 10 year question papers. Important topics of organic chemistry have been mentioned above, go through them. Remember all formulas and try to solve at least 5 numericals daily to prepare physical chemistry.

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  57. Sir i dont know how to study because i have read all the chapters and before exam i am very confidant to score well but i dont get good marks.

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    1. You should try to solve sample papers at least once a week. Try to revise organic chemistry by writing them. Give emphasis on revision. Don't take too much stress. Hard work never goes unrewarded. You will succeed. Don't feel nervous in the exam hall, probably it is affecting your score.

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  58. Sir i have failed twice in chemistry exam. first in march 2015 boards and second time in july compartment exams. I have my second attempt of compartment exams on 9th march, which means i have just one month to prepare. I can study solid state and seven chapters of part 2 NCERT TEXTBOOK. I find p,d,f block elements, electrochemisty, surface chemistry and chemical kinetics very difficult. Do you think that studying PART2 and solid states will be enough to pass as i have just one month and i'm scared because i have already failed in chemistry twice.

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    1. Part 2 carries 28 marks and solid state 5 marks. I think you don't want to study inorganic chemistry. Don't run away from it. Prepare them at least by going through last 10 years paper. Direct questions are asked from inorganic chemistry. Don't take much stress. You need 23 marks to pass. Chapters that you are studying, ensure you study them well.

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  59. Hiii Sir i have almost covered the entire syallbus of chemistry ??? But i am facing very difficulty in numerialss i trys my best to overcome this situation but i remain unsatisfied each and everytime what should i do sirrr ?? I also want to score Above 90 In chemistry board exam??

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    1. For mastering numericals, I will recommend you to learn all formulas and understand theory first. Try to solve at least five to ten numericals of different types daily. It will increase your numerical solving ability and you will feel more confident while solving them too.

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    1. Hello sir i want to ask that my P and d-f block elements are not yet complete can i study only the Exercise of NCERT that is give in NCERT books? Is it will be enough

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    2. You can, but it is not enough. For better performance you must go through them. If you cannot cover entire chapter, at least prepare them by solving previous year papers.

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  61. Hi sir I have prepared last 3 chapter,and physical chem a little bit.
    I'm not able to study p,df and organic.I failed in both my preboard.
    R the above mentioned imp topic of organic enough for me in boards ,and please Help in inorganic also.I have to get 50 in boards. Please sir reply as soon as possible tysm.

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    1. Hi Josh, first of all sorry for late reply.

      All chapters that you are not able to study are very important. At least prepare them by solving previous year papers.

      Yes, you can read above mentioned topics, they are important ones. In inorganic, you must learn them, there is no shortcut.

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  62. K sir other than the above topic do I need to learn any extra
    In organic or it is enough.

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    1. All important reactions have been given above. Solve last 10 years question paper also, it will help you tremendously.

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  63. Hi sir can u tell me what are the important points of metallurgy and d block and how many marks does d block carry..

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    1. For knowing important topics of these chapters, I will recommend you to go through previous years papers. Lanthanoid contraction, catalytic property, oxidation states, ionisation enthalpy, etc are some of the important topics from d-block.

      d-block carries 5 marks.

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  64. sir tell me how i get 23 marks in chemistry 12th board exam cbse bcoz this is my compartment exam....my organic chemistry is weak or numericals is also weak..please tell me ......sir aapka bahoot aihsaan hoga

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    1. Important topics from Organic chemistry have been given above, go through them. Also read our another post i.e. How to pass in chemistry in class 12 board exam. Still, you have enough time to secure passing marks, just work hard.

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  65. sir, how to prepare chemistry in last 1 months............what is most impotent chapter in chemistory///???? plzzz help




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    1. Please read above article and comments carefully. It has been already mentioned. Also read our another post, How to pass in chemistry in CBSE Class 12 board exam?

      As only a month is left, avoid learning new chapters. Focus of revision. Solve mock and previous year papers.

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