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    Know the syllabus of physics

    JEE has a vast syllabus. Before preparing, aspirants should spend a good amount of time understanding the JEE syllabus. Candidates can compare the exam syllabus with their board syllabus, and they can have some extra time to concentrate on the syllabus which is not covered. The important topics of the JEE syllabus of Physics is mentioned below.
    Physics: Electricity and Magnetism, Fluid Mechanics, Optics, Waves, Oscillation, Nuclear physics, Thermodynamics.


    NTA JEE Syllabus for physics based on the NCERT syllabus for class 11 and 12.But most medical students find physics syllabus difficult.this is because to score in physics ,you need to work on building conceptual understanding .once you have achieved it ,you then need to build knowledge of practical application by practicing.

    JEE Exam Pattern

    • Questions in JEE come from subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (Zoology & Botany). There are 50 questions from each of the 4 sections, hence a total of 200 questions (out of which 180 must be answered, 45 from each section), where the maximum marks that can be scored are 720 marks. Questions are of intermediate level based on 11th and 12th standard Physics, Chemistry, and Biology books that follow the NCERT syllabus. MCQs are asked in the exam with 4 marks for each right answer and 1 mark deducted for every wrong answer. You can get the JEE 2023 exam pattern details here.
    • Additionally, there is a slight change in the pattern. Each subject comprises 2 sections – Section A (35 questions), Section B (15 questions). Out of the 15 questions appearing in Section B, any 10 can be answered.

    The sections roughly covered under JEE Physics are:

    Class 11th Syllabus Class 12th Syllabus
    Physical world and measurement Electro statistics
    Kinematics Current Electricity
    Laws of Motion Magnetic effects of Current and Magnetism
    Work, Energy, and Power Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
    Motion of systems of particles and rigid body Electromagnetic waves
    Gravitation Optics
    Properties of Bulk Matter Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
    Thermodynamics Atoms and Nuclei
    Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic theory Electronic Devices
    Oscillations and wave _

    What is the weightage of physics in JEE?

    Listed below are the latest details of JEE 2021 – distribution of number of questions amongst different chapters. From this information, you can get a good idea of the weightage of physics in JEE.

    • Modern Physics & Electronics – 8
    • Magnetism – 7
    • SHM & Wave – 3
    • Optics – 4
    • Electrostatics and Electricity – 11
    • Heat & Thermodynamics – 4
    • Mechanics – 13

    JEE Preparation 2023

    • JEE 2022 or the National Entrance cum Eligibility Test is the main entrance exam for medical courses like MBBS and BDS in the country. The governing body for this exam is the NTA or National Testing Agency and it is in charge of conducting the JEE exam across India. This exam has difficult objective questions from the three subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and it is taken by an average of 11–13 lakh aspirants every year.
    • Learning covers the entire JEE syllabus and has study material prepared by subject matter experts.
    • To be eligible for the JEE exam, students should be a citizen of India/NRI/PIO. The minimum age limit for this exam is 17 years and the maximum age limit is 25 years for the general category. Additionally, students should have cleared their board exams with at least 50% marks and must have had the mandatory subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English and an elective subject.
    • Learning is one of India’s leading education portals that provides assistance and study material for major competitive exams like JEE and JEE. We also provide aspirants with a study platform for adequate revision and practice so that they answer each question with precision.
    • The JEE Syllabus 2022 is based on the syllabus decided by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The JEE syllabus includes topics from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany. It mostly comprises the topics covered in the books of Class 11 and 12 Science. The syllabus for the JEE exam is carefully designed by MCI after going through the books of all state boards and CBSE, NCERT and ICSE.

    How To Prepare For JEE In One Month

    • Rightly justifies the situation if you are looking at cracking JEE in a window of one month. This comes as part of a realization that the exam that is about to be attempted is one of the biggest competitive exams in the country, serving as the direct doorway to dreams of becoming successful medical professionals, the key to the future.
    • After having known the harsh reality of the level of competition, it becomes inevitable to feel overwhelmed, anxious with alarm bells haunting your sleep. The last one month can be stressful, but most crucial. So instead of cramming at this eleventh hour and resonating with others dealing with the same, here is a guide, list of tips that can help you prepare for JEE at this crunch time.

    How do I prepare for JEE 2023 Physics?

    • Make note of the JEE physics syllabus
    • Collect all the JEE Physics resources starting from NCERT and then relevant sources.
    • Understand JEE physics weightage and prepare as per weightage of chapters, prioritizing high-weightage chapters.
    • Solve and practice as many questions and question papers.
    • Have a stronghold on concepts, the basics.
    • Get doubts cleared.
    • Frame questions from the topic in your own way and answer them.

    Last Minute Preparation Tips For JEE Physics 2023

    JEE 2023 will be conducted on 7 May, 2023, registrations are expected to commence in December 2022.

    JEE 2023 Physics Preparation

    • JEE 2023 shall have three major sections – Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology) which are all equally challenging. Nevertheless, most of the time, Physics is the subject that applicants are typically nervous about, as medical aspirants are usually anxious about the difficulties they face in solving numerical problems. Physics can be intimidating, as JEE applicants are typically biology enthusiasts. But, with practice and smart work, one can crack JEE physics.
    • It is not only the numerics but the huge quantities of theories in physics that also make it a segment of fear. Even so, by applying the correct methods, understanding and studying Physics can be made stress-free. Here, in this post, we have stated some easy JEE-study tips suggested by toppers for preparing Physics for the scholars of JEE. These tactics were perceived by preceding years’ JEE toppers.

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