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    rahul sharma rahul sharma 
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    I am preparing for JEE Exams but confused about which topics to prepare in physics ?

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    Asad yar Khan Asad yar Khan 
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    Hi Rahul!

    Here is a list of important Physics Topics for IIT JEE as per Syllabus Weightage. These 3 are the most basic concepts that you ought to know. You can expect at-least 1 question from these topics:

    1. Units and Dimensions (Weightage: 2%)
    2. Measurement of Errors (Weightage: 2%)
    3. Vectors

    These topics are classified as fundamentals in physics. You can expect 1 – 2 questions from this section on an actual JEE Paper.

    1. Kinematics  (Weightage: 1%)
    2. Newton’s Laws of Motion  (Weightage: 4%)
    3. Friction

    These 5 topics are important & easy and can help your score high marks very easily in the JEE:

    1. Work, Energy and Power  (Weightage: 5%)
    2. Electrostatics  (Weightage: 6%)
    3. Current Electricity  (Weightage: 7%)
    4. Wave Optics  (Weightage: 5%)
    5. Ray Optics  (Weightage: 6%)

    These 9 topics are absolutely important for JEE. You can expect twisted questions from these sections, so you need to to know your basics well.

    You can expect 2 – 3 questions from most of the topics listed below.

    1. Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision – Weightage: 5%
    2. Rotational Dynamics – Weightage: 4%
    3. Simple Harmonic Motion – Weightage: 5%
    4. Fluid Mechanics – Weightage: 2 – 5%. Bernoulli’s principle can be easily twisted to ask some tricky questions.
    5. Wave Motion and String Waves – Weightage: 5%
    6. Magnetism – Weightage: 6%
    7. Heat & Thermodynamics – Weightage: 6%. This is one topic that is very important for both Physics and Chemistry preparation in JEE.
    8. Nuclear Physics – Weightage: 5%
    9. Modern Physics – Weightage:

    You can also watch tutorial videos on Youtube and the likes for getting clearer conceptual understanding.

    Expect 3 – 4 questions from the topics below-

    1. Circular Motion – Weightage: 1%
    2. Gravitation – Weightage: 1%
    3. Properties of Matter, Elasticity  – Weightage: 2%
    4. Sound Waves
    5. Electromagnetic Induction – Weightage: 3%
    6. Alternating Current  – Weightage: 1%
    7. Heat Transfer
    8. Calorimetry
    9. Thermal Expansion
    10. Thermo Electricity
    11. Semiconductors and Electronic Devices – Weightage: 5%
    12. Communication Systems – Weightage: 2%

     

    By average Number of questions asked in past JEE Main/Advanced Physics papers:

    1. Current Electricity: 8 questions asked on the actual JEE paper each year on an average
    2. Electrostatics: 4 questions
    3. Optics: 3 questions
    4. Heat and Thermodynamics:  2 questions
    5. Law of Motion: 2 questions
    6. Waves: 2 questions
    7. Simple Harmonic Motion: 2 questions

    You can expect some more questions (mix and match) from the other topics in the syllabus.

    Best of luck!

     

     

     

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    Shalini Sharma Shalini Sharma 
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    By average Number of questions asked in past JEE Main / Advanced Physics papers:

    • Current Electricity: 8 questions asked on the actual JEE paper each year on an average
    • Electrostatics: 4 questions
    • Optics: 3 questions
    • Heat and Thermodynamics:  2 questions
    • Law of Motion: 2 questions
    • Waves: 2 questions
    • Simple Harmonic Motion: 2 questions

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