Everyone wants to pass exam – especially when it comes to Board Exams. Many enjoyed the entire year in company with friends from the class and outside. Now the exam fever is on and some are finding it difficult to get pass marks and Physics is the one subject many find it difficult to mug up in a hurry. So, here we have come up with a sure shot method to succeed. If you are ready to work hard, you can score more than 50% marks with the method we suggest. But you should strictly follow the schedule.
Make a strong determination and say aloud “I will Pass Exam”
Your decision and determination will work more than anyone else’s. The first step towards to success is to believe that you can do it and be ready to work for it irrespective of the hardships and troubles you may face during the course. Put a reminder at a visible place so that you’re always reminded of your decision to pass exam. Go to next page
CBSE Physics Class XII Important diagrams from Electromagnetic Induction and AC can be downloaded here.
The students should note that the diagrams are to be as per the text books and therefore we have taken care to follow the text book in preparing the files.
The following diagrams are included in the file
- Faraday’s Experiment on Electro Magnetic Induction
- Illustration of Lenz’s law
- Motional emf
- Eddy current
- Mutual inductance of two solenoids
- AC generator
- AC circuit with R only
- AC circuit with L only
- AC circuit with C only
- LCR AC series circuit
- Impedence diagram
- LC oscillations
- Resonance in LCR series circuit
DOWNLOAD THE FILES HERE
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION — Important diagrams from emi
ALTERNATING CURRENT — important diagrams from ac
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.
Some students asked me this. These were students who never passed in any of the Physics tests during the year when they were in class 12.
Now that the exams are near, they are eager to pass with least effort.
I consoled them, and said, “If you believe and promise to do what I say, you can get more than pass marks in just days effort.”
The formula I gave them and which fetched them good marks is listed below.
- There are some derivations and constructions which are commonly asked in exams. With the help of your teacher identify the portions and learn them well. Take atleast fifteen such portions. Write and practice. Remember, these five days can change your future for ever.
- Write all formulae with explanation of each term in a paper. Use them to solve atleast five numericals from each chapter.
- Write all laws and principles and learn them by heart. Try to write from memory and make sure that you can do it without any mistake.
- Practice all diagrams
- Revise whatever you learnt
Here you go! Do the above with confidence. Practice well, avoid distractions. Eat healthy food. Pray and practice. YOU WILL WIN
How was the CBSE Class 12 Physics Exam today?
Was it easy or difficult?
Many students reported that the questions were unexpected and extra ordinarily tough. What was your experience?
Were there questions beyond your comprehension?
Were there questions out of Syllabus?
Post your responses Now!
Anju R writes:
The Physics CBSE exam was tough.It was not beyond the syllabus but it was confusing and was asked in a twisted manner.Almost all the students who prepared for the exams didnot leave any derivations,laws etc.But the saddest part was that they asked the big derivation for just one mark and only very few were asked.And most questions were unexpected ones.
It was painful when I saw that after the exam almost all the students were crying.Sitting for a whole night for studying the derivations,laws etc.. gave nothing to us other than tears.We were happy after the English exam but the Physics exam gave a terror over us about Board Exams.I think 90 % of the students could not complete saying that it was a lengthy paper.
During the exam I could see many sitting with great confusion while few others in a hurry to complete it and the rest of them sitting sadly.By the grace of God I completed 5 minutes before the alloted time and didn’t leave any question.I hope CBSE will consider us.
Mathew Abraham (A Physics Teacher in KVS) claims (on FaceBook) that faster than light communication and transfer of matter is possible and the fact will be revealed in near future.
See the transcript below.
I believe and maintain that “faster than light communication and transfer of matter is possible”. We have to find how?
Do you know there are a lot of Physics facts hidden behind a glass of beer.
Institute of Physics (UK) has launched a Christmas website based on beer, to help explain some of the more peculiar scientific phenomena hidden in a glass of beer.
The site explains many facts of Physics too based on the beer story.
It says that the bubbles are not rising but they are constantly falling in a g;ass of beer. Can’t believe? Visit the site to know more.