The main check-points for wrapping up Inorganic Chemistry is same as any other unit. What goes into accomplishing the mile stones varies from person to person.
To wrap any topic for JEE, this should be your check list:
- Concepts & Formulae
- Problem Solving Techniques
- Pit Falls
- Practice Questions
- Taking care of Time consumed & Efficiency
- Previous Year’s JEE paper
- Doubt Clarification
Five major points to be kept in mind are:
- Decide as in how are going to revise the whole syllabus of Inorganic Chemistry. Each one of us has certain strong and weak areas in every unit. Identify them and mark them, you ought to give more time to those chapters.
- Inorganic Chemistry involves concepts that you need to memorize. During your preparation, you must have made summary sheets. It’s time you use them to glance through concepts quickly.
- Make a systematic routine. Main goal is to solve as many problems as possible. Glance through your Summary Sheet and then solve problems from the book. While solving problems – take care of time consumed and efficiency.
- After you feel comfortable, move on to solving previous year’s questions of JEE. This will help you to get a perspective of questions asked in JEE, the way they are framed and twisted. Questions are tricky in exam and a wrong method chosen to solve it will eat up your time.
- While solving questions, you will certainly come across concepts and problems that you still do not understand. Make a note of them in your Doubt book (Yes ! Make a systematic notebook for noting down doubts). Get them clarified from your teacher.
With these points well executed, you will certainly fare well in exams.
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