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.
|Class 11th Syllabus||Class 12th Syllabus|
|Physical world and measurement||Electro statistics|
|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|
|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||_|
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.
JEE 2023 will be conducted on 7 May, 2023, registrations are expected to commence in December 2022.