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Grade: 12


How to master our INORGANIC CHEMISTRY? And gow to prepare for VITEEE as well as JEE MAIN exam simultaneously?

8 months ago

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty
10231 Points
8 months ago
25311 Points

Inorganic Chemistry is the subject which requires constant review and revision. Managing Inorganic Chemistry for JEE is an ardous task but at this point of time, you can boost your preparation for JEE Advanced.

Here are the three things you need to do:

1. Read two pages of NCERT Textbook daily without fail. You have stop procrastination for the Inorganic part else you'll fall too behind and it would be really tough to catch up.

2. Get a good quality Book and solve once you complete a chapter. There two books available in market: a) Problems in Inorganic Chemistry by Vishal Joshi (Cengage) b) Problems in Inorganic Chemistry by V K Jaiswal

Both the books are of good quality but I recommend going for Cengage one because it has a great question bank inspired by previous year JEE Advanced papers. Although some questions are irrelevant but having them in your mind will just inrease your knowledge which may be used to impress someone! VK Jaiswal has more number of irrelevant questions and even the presentation of the questions is simple and cannot be used for the rigorous practice required for JEE Advanced.

3. Revise. Yes, Revise what you learnt yesterday. Or you may go with revising every week but if you are going to revise after a week then it's going to seriously affect your learning capacity as well as it will be of no good. Revising after a week is just like your reading the same thing without any reception of information. It will surely waste your precious time of studying inorganic.

4. Bonus ;) Check out previous trends in JEE Advanced questions from a particular chapter and try to find which topic is most touched and the topic untouched but having a great content or logic or concept. These are the hot topics which may be asked in the future JEE papers. Also, learn all the reactions of NCERT Textbook by heart because one question is surely going to come from reactions.

During solving questions don't hesitate to commit mistake in practice sessions and learn from them.

All the Best!

8 months ago
Vikas TU
13783 Points
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8 months ago
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  1. Review and Study Material Before Going to Class. ...
  2. Seek Understanding. ...
  3. Take Good Notes. ...
  4. Practice Daily. ...
  5. Take Advantage of Lab Time. ...
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  8. Break Large Tasks Into Smaller Ones.
7 months ago
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