Practising the diagrams is necessary to get good marks. The aim of every student must be to score the maximum marks and not to lose even a single mark through silly carelessness. So, it is important to practice well to draw the diagrams as per the NCERT text book.
We are planning to publish a series of posts for all the diagrams as may be required for the AISSCE Class Xii Physics examination. You can view these online or may download and take a print.
Wish you all the best.
ALL IMPORTANT DIAGRAMS FOR CBSE CLASS XII PHYSICS ELECTROSTATICS
Do you want to bring a big surprise to your teachers, parents and friends by scoring amazing marks in Physics exam?
Here are some tips!
Have you been branded as a slow learner or a weak students in Physics so far?
Do you fear of failure in Physics in the forthcoming examination?
Is Physics a nightmare to you?
Not any more !
Religiously follow these guidelines and you will be astonished by the results.
These are a set of instructions with proven track record
These are not intended for students who score more than 90%, but for those students who score less than 40%. This will help the students to score more than 60 – 80% depending on how much you are able to follow the directions.
Following the guidelines will help you prepare yourselves to score more with a few days of hard work!
If you are ready Go on … !
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Practising old question paper is good for preparing for the exam. One should be familiar with the pattern and the tpe of questions asked in the board examinations. Download here a solved question paper based on the 2007 CBSE Board examination.
cbse-2007 solved question paper
Hello! Dear students,
CBSE Practical Exams started on 16th and will be completed by15 Feb. Do you know that Practical marks play an important part in giving you a decent percentage? In this competitive world each and every mark is important and will decide you future. So try your best to score the maximum in practical exam. It’s not very difficult to score 30/30 a perfect 100%. Follow these guidelines and you can,
Every student is expected to record 15 experiments. 8 from section A and 7 from section B. All these must be done and signed by the teacher in charge. There must be a properly maintained index signed by teacher. The certification is a must. Your teacher and school Principal should certify that the record book is bonafide with the seal of the school.
Activities are also to be recorded.
Every student should also submit a record the investigatory project done during the year. This may be submitted in a file. The report may be handwritten or typed. All the sections of the project like introduction, motivation, principle, hypothesis.etc Bibliography is an essential component of the project work. The project report should also contain a “bonafide’ certificate. As part of the project, there should be some data analysis, graph etc and a conclusion.
The performance in Viva Voce is very important. This is your chance to impress the examiner. For this you need to prepare well. Practice all circuit diagrams and ray diagrams. The principle behind a involved in each experiment is a sure shot.
All the best! Please feel free to ask in case of any doubt. Use the comment column.
Einstein’s theory of relativity was beyond any doubt lovely, different from any other theory ever imagined by mankind. Newton described gravity merely as a force acting over a distance attracting any 2 masses, the force proportional to the product of the two masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. This simple straight forward theory worked well for over two hundred years.
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Did you know that Football or Soccer is an excellent toll to teach and learn Physics? Here we are giving some links which will help you understand better the use of football in soccer
- The Physics behind Brazuca http://www.theguardian.com/sport/ng-interactive/2014/may/14/brazil-2014-the-physics-behind-the-brazuka
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