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Step #2

Read through the complete syllabus of CBSE Physics (Class 12)

Read through the complete syllabus of CBSE Physics (Class 12) trying to remember what you have heard about it and know about it. Don’t worry even if you feel like you have never heard anything about many of the topics. Be cool and go on. PUT A TICK MARK ON THE TOPICS WHICH YOU KNOW VERY WELL (Hope that there are some portions like that. The more portions you know the better marks  you can expect. Be honest at this point)

For a quick reference I have added the Syllabus here

Physics Syllabus (CBSE Physics) Go to next page<!–nextpage–>

STEP#3

START STUDYING TO PASS EXAM

DAY 1

STUDY THESE PORTIONS FROM ELECTROSTATICS

  • Coulomb’s Law (Statement and mathematical expression)
  • Coulomb’s law in vector form
  • Electric Field due to dipole at a point on
    • axial position
    • equatorial position
  • Torque on a dipole
  • Work Done in rotating a dipole
  • Gauss’ Theorem and applications to determine the electric field at a point due to
    • a line of charge
    • a plane sheet of charge
    • a charged spherical shell
  • Potential energy of a dipole in a uniform electric field
  • Potential energy of a system of point charges
  • Electric Potential at a point due to a point charge
  • Electric potential at a point due to a system of point charges
  • Principle of a parallel plate capacitor
  • Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with
    • no medium in between the plates
    • a dielectric medium in between the plates
    • dielectric slab (with thickness less than the distance between the plates) inserted between the plates
    • metal slab (with thickness less than the distance between the plates) inserted between the plates
  • Electric energy stored in a parallel plate capacitor
  • Energy density of a parallel plate capacitor
  • Combination of capacitors and effective capacitance wehn 3 capacitors are connected (a) in series and (b) in parallel
  • Expression for common potential when two charges conductors (or capacitors) are kept in electrical contact

STUDY THESE PORTIONS FROM CURRENT ELECTRICITY