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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-14 15:17:58
    Hi Satya,
    I would completely agree with Nikhlesh ji on this. i would rather suggest that not only for chemistry but for any subject the most important thing to have hold on the subject is to be clear about its fundamentals, if you have a strong base you would not face problem in the subject. Second thing is to have good hold on formulas and practicing regularly by attempting previous years question papers. All this will help you in preparation and give you the confidence.
    Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries In case your query is resolved please close this question by choosing it as a “best answer” or press
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-14 13:12:33
    For making chemistry easy for yourself you need to study the fundamentals rather than try to remember the things by-heart. Try to begin with studying the phenomenon the various chemical reactions undergo and the properties the different elements & molecules have. While studying the processes try to hand-draw the flow process (or block diagram of the process) to understand the sequence and the importance of re-circulation. Try to solve as many numericals as possible. Numericals involving strenght of solutions (Normality, Molarity, Molality etc) are very important for firming up the concepts in the mind.

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