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Last Updated: Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 12:33
  
In chemistry, the attitude of never giving up pays in the end, says Aakash Chaudhry.

Let’s get the right formula set for chemistry to ensure that you score well in the subject and your long cherished dream to become a doctor does not go unfulfilled. So here are a few ways to help you.

It is CBSE that is conducting the exam; therefore, read NCERT content thoroughly, and understand the figures given minutely. Solve the exercises given in the NCERT.

Try and create questions on your own from the NECRT books. That will help you judge the level of your own understanding about a given topic. Try to read in between the lines.

Chemistry is said to be most scoring subject as a good percentage is devoted to organic and inorganic portions where no calculations are required, and paper can be covered fast providing sufficient time to physical portion.

However, you can gain expertise on these portions only by solving a large number of standard problems. Furthermore, you should mark those problems where difficulties are encountered. Repeat the exercise every week till you know the answer as soon as you see the question. Name reactions in organic chemistry are extremely important and must be done very thoroughly with sufficient examples.

Find quicker methods for chapters like Stoichiometry which may be outwitting your competitors. Coordination compounds have become increasingly important while qualitative testing of inorganic and organic compounds has never lost its importance in these competitions. So, how so ever difficult it may appear the attitude of never giving up pays in the end.

- The author is director, Aakash Educational Services Ltd


First Published: Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 12:32


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