Even though there is still time for the JEE (Mains) 2014 result to be out, students should pep-up their preparations for the JEE (Advance) 2014 in order to score well in the same.
The JEE (Advanced) question paper consists of questions from: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. The exam is going to be held on May 25, 2014.
Chemistry can appear to be a daunting subject and students may face some difficulty while preparing for the same. So, to help these students we have complied a few helpful tips for which will them prepare for the subject.
The exam consists of two objective type (MCQ) question papers, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates. Both the papers will be held for a duration of three hours and are made of three separate sections on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
The candidates can answer the questions in English or Hindi. Negative making is applicable for every wrong answer.
Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry
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Tips & Tricks :
- The students should focus on conceptual clarity, application skills and should be through with the prescribed syllabus.
- Students should practice the most relevant numerical daily in order to develop speed. They should pay special attention to topics like Mole concept, Chemical Equilibrium and Electrochemistry.
- While studying Organic Chemistry students should pay attention to topics like Stereochemistry, GOC (General Organic Chemistry) and Functional Group Analysis.
- In Inorganic Chemistry the questions are mainly conceptual, concerned with structures, processes and applications. Students should pay special attention to topics like Chemical Bonding and Coordination Chemistry.
- The students should stay focused and maintain a positive attitude.
- Practice as many mock-test series to build up speed and know the kind of questions generally asked. The students should focus on their weak areas and improve upon your concepts.
- Remember it is quality of time spent and not the quantity alone. Hence give short breaks of 5 to 10 minutes every 1-2 hours of serious study. Completely relax when you take a break. Practice meditation to develop inner calm, poise, confidence and power of concentration.