Class 12 is the senior-most class to provide secondary education to students. This class and the marks scored in its exams hold a significant place in the life of students. Board exams for class 12 have a huge part in easing the career options for students.
This doesn’t mean that the score of class 12 solely decides a child’s future but in some cases reputed colleges consider the percentage score in 12th exams along with the marks scored in the entrances.
If you are a medical student, it is a must to score at least an aggregate of 50 per cent in class 12 board exams along with a good score in the pre-medical entrance test, namely NEET (UG) to pass all sorts of eligibility requirements you might need to secure a seat in your desired medical college.
The Medical stream opted by students in senior secondary classes includes the prime three subjects, namely, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. All subjects hold equal importance and weightage for preparation.
But, this article is exclusively for the subject of Physics. So, presenting you the stepwise strategy to prepare for class 12 Physics board exams to aid in your preparation:
Step 1: Syllabus update
The first and foremost step, to begin with, is to be aware of the entire syllabus for the subject Physics and make sure that you write it down or save the pdf in your respective electronic gadgets for easy viewing.
Because of the pandemic situation, there are high chances that the syllabus might change to make it easy for the students as well as the examiners to cope up with the changing situations in these challenging times. It is good to stay updated throughout to not miss any latest modifications in the curriculum. So, having knowledge of the syllabus and being updated helps students to plan out things in the coming time.
Step 2: Know the weightage
Once you know the entire curriculum, it is time to “Divide and Rule”. This means that the next step includes the bifurcation of all topics into three heads, namely:
topics of high weightage, topics of moderate weightage, and topics of low weightage.
One must be clear with the prominent topics to devote more time and effort to those. The marks shall be analyzed and every unit shall be considered before classifying the same as more or less important. The following classification may prove to be fruitful for students pursuing Physics in 12th subject to know about the maximum marks that can be expected from every unit:
Unit 1: Electrostatics
Unit 2: Current Electricity
The maximum marks for these two units are 15.
Unit 3: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Unit 4: Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
The maximum marks for these two units are 16.
Unit 5: Electromagnetic Waves
Unit 6: Optics
The maximum marks for these two units are 17.
Unit 7: The Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Unit 8: Atoms and Nuclei
The maximum marks for these two units are 10.
Unit 9: Electronic Devices
Unit 10: Communication Systems
The maximum marks for these two units are 12.
Step 3: Devising a proper study plan
Your daily study plan will help in your daily goal achievement and your daily goal achievement will gradually lead you to the way that’ll help you to achieve your ultimate goal for the time being. If you are reading this article then it won’t be wrong to say that your ultimate goal, for the time being, is to excel in the Physics exam for class 12 with not only good marks but also an unforgettable understanding of these topics.
The habit of devising and sticking to a timetable is a must for the students but it must be drawn carefully and its content must be realistic enough to follow.
Step 4: Clarification of the basics
Once you are aware of the syllabus and the topics of high, low, or moderate importance, the next step that comes in is being clear with the basics. Seeing this, this stage marks the actual beginning of preparation started as the study part for the exam begins from this step onwards. NCERT will help in this case. You can also get access to NCERT books for class 12 Physics in Hindi Medium easily on the net.
It is good to make notes of each and every chapter you study because this good habit will go a long way to help you. When exams are near it would be near to impossible to study each and every concept in detail, but with the help of notes, you will be able to study all the topics with super ease.
Step 5: Take note of previous year examinations
Assuming that you are all equipped with the basics, it is time to move on to the advanced stage. This stage includes the preparation of real-time questions. Here real-time questions imply the most popular questions that are generally seen year after year.
Students must have an idea about the manner in which questions can be asked from the topics they have done. It is good to be well-equipped in advance to reduce the chances of anxiety later on.
Step 6: Practice with precision
Physics is a theoretical as well as a practical subject. The knowledge of theory is important to practice practical problems. So once you are done with the theory part, it is time to practice more and more to ace the problem-solving part.
It is a common saying “Practice makes a man perfect” which suits perfectly over here. So don’t hesitate in trying on all sorts of problems to be aware of the type of questions that might come in exams.
Step 7: Self-evaluation and revision
At the final stage before appearing for the exams, the students must devote a particular time to evaluate their understanding of concepts and revise them again for better learning.
Remember that high counts of revision do not guarantee success but a highly attentive and carefully performed revision can help you by manifolds.
Hope it helps.