Whether you are going to arrive in the Board exams, NEET or JEE Main, strong control over Chemistry Class 11 CBSE is vital for getting good marks and rank. While reading organic Chemistry in Class 12 you will surely appreciate the importance of Class 11 Chemistry. But don’t wait for so great or it would be too late. In this class, you become familiar with the basic ideas of organic Chemistry and if you fail to grasp those then you will face trial in the organic Chemistry of Class 12.
In different aggressive exams like NEET, JEE Main, JEE Advanced, etc almost half of the total questions are asked from Class 11th Chemistry. Some chapters like “Structure of Atom”, “Chemical Bonding & Molecular Building”, “Thermodynamics”, “Equilibrium” and Organic Chemistry are very essential for the competitive exams. If you want to ensure a berth for yourself in the prestigious Medical or Engineering Colleges of the range then you must study Class 11 Chemistry well. Let us see how to prepare Chemistry Class 11 CBSE.
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- Oswaal CBSE Question Bank
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Class 11 Chemistry can be separated into three branches i.e. Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. Many students think that in Physical Chemistry they need to resolve only numerical. If you also have the same thought concerning this branch of Chemistry then like all, you are also partly wrong. Yes, you need to solve exponential in Physical Chemistry but at the same time,, you must not neglect the theory pieces which are very important for both your final exam and various competitive exams.
The majority of numerical are asked from parts like Structure of Atom, States of Matter, Thermodynamics, and Equilibrium. Prepare these chapters properly. Try to work at least 10 numerical daily. It will take you deeper and more convinced. “Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure” is also a very significant chapter. You will hardly find any differential in this chapter but go through this lesson repeatedly. It is one of the easiest but highly marring Chemistry Class 11 CBSE.
To prepare Inorganic Chemistry you just need a very sharp memory because it involves lots of knowledge. How many of you have learned any chapter from Inorganic Chemistry and have ignored it after few days? If I am not wrong then the majority of you are facing the same obstacle. Don’t get discouraged and take out at least an hour from your busy calendar to read Inorganic Chemistry daily. Though in Class 11 you are expected to learn only a limited piece of Inorganic Chemistry, never neglect them for the last moment. If possible fix notes which will help you largely during final preparation.
I am once again claiming that the Organic Chemistry of Class 11th is the grounds that you urgently need to secure good marks in both Class 12 Board Exams and the dynamic exams. If you will not study Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of Class 11th then you may face little problems in the higher Grades but if you fail to study Class 11 Organic Chemistry adequately then you will encounter lots of problems in Class 12. It is one of the easiest branches of Chemistry if read properly or it can become the most delicate branch if not read accurately.
Some of the important topics of Class 11 Organic Chemistry are Nomenclature of Organic Compounds, Inductive Effect, Isomerism, Resonance, Hyperconjugation, Quantitative Analysis (Dumas Method and Kjeldahl’s Method), Alkenes & Alkynes, Preparation of Alkanes, Conformations, Markovnikov and Anti Markovnikov rule, Ozonolysis, Oxidation of Alkenes and Chemical Properties of Benzene.
Go through NCERT first before viewing any other textbooks. Practice every question of this book given in the Examination. In Medical and Engineering Exams like NEET and JEE Main individually which are conducted by NTA majority of questions are asked from NCERT hence never forget this book.