Chemistry is one of the most scoring subjects in any competitive exam. Candidates can secure a good rank in their exam if their foundation in the concepts is strong. Most of the questions are comparatively easier in chemistry than other sections. Chemistry is subdivided into three sections: Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. Students preparing for competitive entrance exams like NEET and JEE should focus on this section to score good marks.
Chemistry is regarded as a scoring section but still, some aspirants tend to overlook this section because they find it too tedious. Students should take advantage of this fact and put in a little extra effort to score maximum marks in chemistry. Here are some tips that JEE and NEET aspirants can follow to prepare chemistry in a better way.
Know the syllabus and exam pattern
Candidate preparing for competitive exams should be completely thorough with the syllabus and exam pattern of the chemistry section. Knowing the syllabus will help them to decide the topics they should prepare first and sort out the important and difficult sections. They can also know the question pattern, marking scheme if they go through the exam pattern which can be very useful for their exam preparation.
One of the most important components to prepare for any competitive exam is good study-material. Candidates should follow the books which cover each and every section of the chemistry syllabus in detail. Good study materials will have lots of examples and illustrations of chemistry so that candidates can clear all their concepts.
Without a proper time-table, it is very difficult for a candidate to cover the whole chemistry syllabus of competitive exams like JEE and NEET. Aspirants should create a proper time-table which will help them to cover all the topics of chemistry and track their progress. With the help of this, they can analyze their performance and check how much they have improved.
Solve question paper
JEE and NEET aspiring candidates should make a habit of solving question papers. Candidates should solve NEET question papers, JEE prelims question paper, JEE mains question paper for chemistry on a regular basis which will help them to improve their speed and accuracy. Solving sample papers and previous year’s question paper will also help aspirants to get an idea of the question pattern, question weight-age, and difficulty level of the question paper.
Candidates can follow these simple steps to prepare chemistry for competitive exams like JEE and NEET. They should learn the chemistry formulas thoroughly with regular revision. Subscribe to Byju’s YouTube Channel to learn Chemistry topics with the help of interactive video lessons.