Congratulations you’ve reached your Class 12th! The final stage of your school. Class 12th is the most important turning point in a student’s life. A good score in Class 12th can lead to a brighter future and sets a path for higher education ahead. The vast syllabus of class 12th requires a proper strategic plan, full dedication and hard work to score well in examinations. The foremost step to any preparation or plan is to get the concepts and theories of the subject crystal clear. Continuous practice and a solid plan of action can help the students to achieve their goals.
Course of career of students depends on their percentage in class 12 board result and hence class 12 is crucial for your career goals. Importance of class 12 marks also depends on what profession you want to choose. If you want to get admission in any of the top Universities like University of Delhi etc.,class 12thscores become very important and you need to score extremely good marks for grabbing a seat.
In some other professions like government job, graduation is the main criteria but for that also you need to score good marks in 12th for getting admission in good college for graduation. If you want to prepare for competitive exams like JEE, NEET, AIIMS etc. percentage in board exams does not matter that much but your concepts must be clear so that you can score good marks in the entrance exams.
Irrespective of the facts whether you are going to take admission in college on the basis of marks of class 12 or on the basis of your performance in any entrance exams, clarity of the concepts of class 12 and their effective applications to solve the problems is the key factor on which you need to work. If your concepts are clear, you will be able to score good marks in 12th exams as well as in the entrance exams.
Learning in class 12th creates a foundation of the higher studies for example in chemistry IUPAC naming of organic compounds which you learn in class 11th and 12th is going to be used for your study of chemistry throughout your student life. In other words, we can say that you must score good marks in your board exams of class 12 as it is going to decide your academic as well as professional future.You have to master the concepts of all the subject you are studying to score well in board exams.
Now in class 12th,you are already aware of the dynamics of each subject and its requirements. You also know that on which subject you face difficulty and which one you find relatively easier. You have also experienced that the question papers and the pattern of answering them is very different and more detailed as compare to the class 10. You can score well only if you have given sufficient time to the topics and also have done enough practice with different type of questions. It is a general observation that students do not score as per the expectations in their school exams of class 11th. On the other hand, it is also observed that may underperforming students of class 11th do extremely well in boards of class 12th. This can be achieved by proper utilization of the learning from mistakes of class 11th. You need to start working on your weak areas from the very beginning itself.
Try to clear your concepts with the help of different books and your teachers. Learn the concepts and test your learning by solving the questions. If you find difficulty in solving the questions, simply means your understanding and application of concepts is not perfect and go through the same again. CBSE follow, NCERT books and curriculum of most of the state boards is also based on NCERT pattern. NCERT books are the benchmark of the education of 11th and 12th in India. These books most of the times provide an adequate explanation of the topics and also have the relevant topic wise solved problems but the
language of the book may be difficult to understand for some students.
There is another limitation with NCERT books that if they provide only that much explanation as required for the board exams. Sometimes you may feel that there should be little more content about the topic with few more questions to practice. Those limitation is fulfilled by number of supporting books available in market. Here at Studymate, we also provide a detailed study package for the each subject along with large number and variety of solved and unsolved questions for practice.
Questions of NCERT book are must to be solved for the students preparing for board exams of 12th. It has been observed that the type and level of the questions asked in board exams of 12th are similar to those asked in NCERT books. Sometimes questions of NCERT book are as it asked in the board exams. Apart from the exams of class 12th, NCERT books are also required for the preparation of many competitive exams like NEET and JEE mains. If you start solving any previous year paper of these exams, you fill find that the questions are revolving around NCERT books. In short, you must solve each and every question of NCERT textbook if you want to score well in exams.
Specifically talking about CBSE board exams of class 12th, you not only have to write the correct answers but also have to write them with proper presentation. The way you start the answer of a descriptive question matters a lot. You must be aware about the length of answer and the extent of explanation you are supposed to give for any particular question based on its marks. The answer must be to the point and should be focused on the domain of the question only. You will also find that sometimes a question which was supposed to be asked for 1 marks, is actually asked for 2 marks. In such a case you should be able to add the relevant explanation to increase the length of answer.
For numeric problems you must be able to write all the steps as they involve step marking. Here at Studymate we have provided the detailed solutions of NCERT questions which will help you in your preparation.
In chemistry the NCERT text book questions are highly important for the topics of organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. In case of physical chemistry, where most of the questions are numerical problems, you need to solve some extra questions also for some different sources. Here we have provided the detailed solutions of questions of all the chapters of NCERT book.
• Physical chemistry (Solid state, Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics and Surface chemistry): Questions are numerical based. The NCERT solutions provided by studymate for these chapters show all the steps and formulas required. There are also few reasoning based questions of which proper reasons have been given with relevant examples.
• Inorganic chemistry (Metallurgy, P block, D & F block elements, Coordination Compounds): Questions are mainly reasoning based and you need to understand them. In some of the cases you need to remember them also as they are fact based. Here we have provided proper reasoning for each question along with all the equations required to score more.
• Organic Chemistry (Haloalkane, Alcohol, Adledhye, Amines, Biomolecules, Polymer, Chemistry in Everyday life): Questions would either be reasoning based or based on some reaction and its mechanism. We have provided proper explanation for all reasoning based questions and detailed mechanism of reactions.