For a Science stream student, CBSE Class 12 Chemistry is an important subject. This subject is easy for those students who have a good command of the basic concepts of Chemistry. It becomes difficult to score more than 90% marks for those who are unable to comprehend this subject.
CBSE Class 12 Board Examinations are significant because the result of these exams decides the future of a student. But for some students, it becomes difficult to score well in the Chemistry Board Examination.
Some students think that studying 1 to 2 months before the examination will help them to score well in the Chemistry examination. But this thinking causes only stress and fear of completing the course in a student’s mind. They should try to study this subject after the starting of the academic session with full concentration so that they can complete the course on time.
In this article, students will know how to make a successful strategy for scoring high marks in Chemistry Class 12.
- Recognize the Class 12 Chemistry Syllabus.
According to the CBSE curriculum, the Chemistry syllabus of Class 12 is distributed into 3:
- Physical Chemistry –4 Units
- Organic Chemistry–7 Units
- Inorganic Chemistry –4 Units
Therefore, there are a total of 15 chapters in the Chemistry NCERT book.
- Know The Weightage Of The Chapters.
- The portion of Physical Chemistry is of 23 marks which include the topics:
- Chemical Kinetics
- Surface Chemistry
- The Organic Chemistry section is of 28 marks. The topics in this section are:
- Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
- Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
- Chemistry In Daily Life
- The 19 marks are allotted to the Inorganic Chemistry Section having topics of:
- General Processes and Principles Of Isolation Of Elements.
- P – Block Elements
- F – and D – Block Elements
- Coordination Compounds
- Prefer The Chemistry NCERT Book.
Students should read the chapters from the NCERT book as the content of this book is prepared by professionals. They can easily comprehend the chapters and concepts as the language used is very simple. Also, solving the NCERT questions help in a better understanding of the topics. It is seen that most of the questions asked in the exams are from the NCERT book so go through this book thoroughly. Students can even download the Chemistry Class 12 NCERT Solutions PDF from the internet.
- Take A Look Of Previous Years Question Papers And Sample Papers.
Practising sample papers will assist students to know about the pattern of the exam paper. Also, by solving previous years questions papers, students will get an idea about what type of questions will come and which are the most important topics in Chemistry Class 12. Students will have a strong grip over the concepts if they solve these papers.
- Go Through The Blueprint Of Chemistry Class 12.
The Chemistry question paper of Class 12 is divided into 4 sections. These are as follows:
- Section A –16 questions (passage-based and MCQs)
- Section B –9 questions (short answers type I)
- Section C –5 questions (short answers type II)
- Section D –3 questions (long answers)
- Do Not Miss School Lectures.
Start attending all the school lectures and laboratory lectures. Doing the experiments in the lab will enable students to comprehend the concepts more easily. Also, taking school classes will help students in clarifying their doubts through their teachers. So, it is necessary to pay attention to all the theories and practical lectures.
- Improve Your Writing Skills.
Students can also learn concepts by writing them. Practice by writing and solving equations and numerical help in boosting the writing speed of the students. By having a habit of writing, students get the idea about how to present answers in the answer sheet. Students should write the answers for long questions in points with relevant diagrams.
- Assess Yourself.
After studying a lot and completing the course, students should evaluate themselves so that they can know their weaknesses. By solving papers, they can analyze themselves. This method of self-evaluation will help students to know which topics they know better and which topics they have to work on more.
- Manage Your Time.
The reading time allotted to students after the distribution of the question paper is very crucial. In this time, they can see which questions they should attempt first. If you are stuck on a question then it Is advised to leave that question and move on to the other. Try to finish the paper 15 to 20 minutes before the allotted time so that you use this remaining time to check your answer sheet.
- Refer To Other Study Materials Also.
It is important to focus on the NCERT Science book but, besides this, students can study from other guidebooks too. After finishing studying the NCERT book, students are advised to learn the concepts and solve more questions from the other reference books as this will help them to understand the chapter in a better way. They can also refer to the notes provided by their school and coaching. Not all the questions in the Chemistry Board Exam will come from the NCERT book so focus and practise questions from other guidebooks also.
- Points To Keep In Mind When You Are In The Examination Room.
- Do not stress and panic yourself too much.
- Read the question paper carefully.
- Attempt those questions first whose answers you know well.
- Try to keep your answer sheet simple and use black and blue pens only.
- Write answers in points following with diagrams for the long descriptive questions.
- Solve the question paper in the correct order.
- Take Out Time For Yourself.
- Prepare a schedule so that you can study other subjects too.
- Avoid studying for longer periods.
- Have regular breaks between your studies.
- Play games to keep yourself fit.
- Eat healthy food and drink lots of water to keep yourself hydrated.
- Do exercise and meditation to keep your mind and body healthy so that you can concentrate on your studies.