How To Approach JEE Physics Questions?
JEE, which is a Joint Entrance Exam, is a way to select students for their undergraduate program to India’s prestigious colleges such as IITs and NITs. This examination is conducted in two different levels and they are JEE Mains and JEE Advance. The subjects that are covered in this exam are Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
Every subject needs an equal amount of preparation and has its own approach. We shall discuss how to approach questions from the Physics section.
There are plenty of ways to approach questions in any examinations. Also, a number of ways to prepare for these competitive exams. But in this article, we shall look at some of the simple ways to solve JEE Physics questions.
Here in this article, you will get to know a few best and simple ways to approach the JEE question paper:
- Analyzing the question paper.
Spending 10-15 minutes just to understand the paper is very important. This way you will understand the difficulty level of the paper. Also, this helps in deciding on how to distribute your time on each question or on each section. Attempting easy questions, in the beginning, will save a lot of time for difficult ones.
- Understanding the problem.
Physics is full of laws and statements. Identifying the laws based on which the question is formed is very important. Also, picturizing the problem makes it simpler to solve.
- Identifying the equation that needs to be used.
Physics and Mathematics go hand-in-hand. Expressing the statement problem in terms of the mathematical equations is advised. This helps in identifying the given quantities and the quantities that need to be found.
- Working on Math skills
As mentioned above, Physics is based on mathematical concepts such as differentiation, integration, vector and basic graphs. These concepts are part of Maths and practicing them will improve the speed during examinations.
- Identifying the mistakes
Try to maintain a separate book with all the mistakes that you commit while solving sample papers. This is known as self-analysis and helps in reducing the repetition of the same mistakes.
These are some of the basic ways to approach problems during exams and these tricks can be used for solving JEE Maths questions too. For more tips and related questions, visit BYJU’S.