Hello Sir,


I am currently finishng Class X. In the NCERT Class X syllabus the first 5 chapters focus on Chemistry. I worked on those 5 chapters, however, I have not completed all of them. I looked at the syllabus for Class XI NCERT, and they basically explained everything from the beginning. I was wondering if it is important for me to focus very strongly on the Class X syllabus, or can I just start of with Class XI Chemistry NCERT Book?


I plan to finish all the NCERT books and then get some recommended books to further strengthen my concepts.


 


Would be grateful for your advice.

3 years ago

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Dear kaler ,


In class XI , there is a repetetion of the basics in the first 3 chapters and then some detailed concepts are also introduced.


However it would be very good if you have your basics right for IIT-JEE, if your basics aren't that strong , build on them in class XI by doing the starting chapters thorougly, or class XI will be a lot of stress for you to study chemistry , from class X's 5 chemistry chapters , there is a sudden change to 16 chemistry chapters alone in class XI .


anyway , it is a challenge to face.


BEST OF LUCK

3 years ago

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