How do I read the NCERT physics book?
Suppose any lessons is going in your school or tusion , before going in school and tusion read that topic which is to be taught . So that during the lecture your brain start more involving in that topic , it start to recognise that yes this is what I have read today is complete true and I understand it and also sometimes the topics which are not understood while reading self , so during the lecture you think that yes this topic are not understood during Reading , so you pay more attention to understand it and so you have revised your book two times .
Now coming back to home you again revised that topic , so three times you have revised book and yes while reading, the formula or any derivation is there so try to remember by writing not simply Reading.
Now slove the , the mcq from the different books which you have purchased ,that strength your think ability and you become master for that topic .
and yes revison is important , you should revise that topic or lessons weekly or monthly according to your schedule.
Is NCERT books best for understanding concepts in physics and chemistry?
only thing is faced reading NCERT-Phy. was the monotonous pages of it. *can’t complain as it a govt. stuff.
But still NCERT Physics does it’s work perfectly, if we are considering only Boards Examinations, for entrances you need to do the NCERT Examplar Problems (available free as PDF). and also refer to the syllabus precribed by the CBSE/IIT for entrances, the syllabus is often more or less than the typical board syllabus.
The Chemistry Textbook- (CT)
Initial Impressions: Vivid Diagrams, Perfectly Formatted Text, Full Coloured Pages. Abridged Theory.
Amazing Graphics (Tables/Graphs)
But I think they have a short theory especially in the Organic section. Physical and Inorg. seems fine. for Organic please go through Solomons.
IMP: Do not forget to read NCERT Examplar Problems!
Verdict: For Physics NCERT Always!
Chemistry: Go for Solomons (organic) and for entraces only.
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How do I deeply study NCERT physics and chemistry?
Physics and chemistry don’t need too much deeply mean you have to focus on the base preparation because if your base is good then it’s good and it’s completely enough to learn NCERT.
- In Chemistry for scoring good marks, you should read the theory part of NCERT books with full concentration especially in Inorganic and Organic chemistry because in both these sections most of the questions are based on the theory part of NCERT.
- The language of the NCERT Books is slightly difficult so fir a better understanding of difficult points, you may refer to your class notes and also from the videos available on different educational platforms.
- Practice the solved examples given in between the theory part and grasp the concept behind the questions.
- After completion of each chapter, practice the exercise question and clear your doubts with the help of your class teacher or friends because, in the past year, a direct question from the exercise part was there in NEET exams.
- You should make short notes or you can also highlight the important points and during revision focus mainly on these points.
- In Physical chemistry, one time reading of theory part is must and after that practice solved examples and exercise questions.
- Solved previous year papers of NEET and AIIMS in an exam like environment with a fix time limit. In Chemistry one minute per question is sufficient.
- In Physics most of the questions are numerically based but the theory of NCERT book is also a must in order to solve the questions.
- One time reading if NCERT is must for a score above 140 marks out of 180 marks.
- Read the theory part if NCERT after completion of theory from your class or coaching notes and practice the exercise question.
- You must practice solved examples given in between theory part in order to strengthen your theory part and like chemistry, some direct questions with exact data or with use of the same formula may be asked in your NEET exam.
- Read the “Points to ponder” given after completion of the main theory for overview and quick revision of the theory part.
- Practice the unlimited number of objectives to score good marks because in physics question practice is the main thing.
Should I read physics ncert but it’s difficult to understand what should I do?
NCERT books are hard to follow. they were 10 years ago when I was in school; your question confirms that they still are.
visit your nearest academic book store and ask them for the most bought/popular/best Refreshers. Now these books will be fat but they will have enough diagrams and content to help you understand each chapter. It will follow up with hundreds of questions which is great because solving numericals is way more fun when we know what the chapter talked about. There will also be multiple mock tests.
if you don’t wish to buy a refresher, you could look for ebooks, ask a senior to borrow theirs, check out a book from the library. However, I recommend visiting the book store to at least snoop and find out what the best are reading.
Goid luck to you 🙂