Shivam Madhav Gawate last edited by
I am having problem in neet physics study .Even after knowing step to solve problem I lose my marks because of overthinking.can anyone help me out?
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Adnan Kagzi last edited by
@shivam-madhav-gawate Kindly read more theory. The problem I understand you are facing is that you know the steps but you miss understanding for the step that why the step has been used. This can only be overcomed if your basics and concepts are clear. Read ncert word by word.
Shivam Madhav Gawate last edited by Shivam Madhav Gawate
@Adnan-Kagzi Ncerts are quite diffucult to understand but I will try my best thnx for suggestion
@shivam-madhav-gawate I would suggest u to also go through Comprehensive Physics by Laxmi Publication. I found it very helpful both for theory & MCQ solving.
Also u can go through Pradeep's Objective Physics. It has lots of question solving tips.
@shivam-madhav-gawate I would like to mention that I followed the 2013 edition of Pradeep & would suggest u to do the same.
I've often found certain information deleted in latest editions of various books like Comprehensive. The older editions are thicker & have more information.
@shivam-madhav-gawate Besides solving 30-50 Phy MCQs everyday, u'll have to revise them on a daily or at least on weekly basis.
While revision, read the question & try to remember what were the steps of the solution. Maintain a copy why you can note down all the solutions. Revise it daily.
If u miss revision for a day or 2, you will find the amount of revision work piling up. So try to be regular. Slowly this habit will give you an idea of how to approach a sum. All the best 👍🏻