Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is all set to conduct the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class 12 Physics Exam 2021 on November 25, 2021. With just a day left for the board exam, candidates must be using every minute to prepare for this tricky subject. Physics has always been a difficult nut to crack for most students. Hence, tomorrow’s exam is definitely a stressful ordeal. However, this cannot discourage students from achieving the perfect score i.e., 70 out of 70 marks. Here’s all a candidate needs to know before tomorrow’s exam.
ISC Class 12 Physics Syllabus
An important aspect of achieving the perfect score is grasping the entire syllabus. It is a given that, with months of preparation time, candidates must already be aware of the syllabus for the Physics exam. However, there’s no harm in going through the portion and ensuring whether all the sections have been covered. Broadly speaking, the following are the chapters coming for tomorrow’s exam –
- Current Electricity
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
- Electromagnetic Waves
Although most of these chapters cover vast concepts, candidates must focus more on their applications and the formulae covered. This will help them solve difficult numerical. Moreover, understanding the theoretical aspects will only prove beneficial to those preparing for JEE Main 2022. Hence, it’s a win-win situation.
ISC Class 12 Physics Sample Papers
To ace the Class 12 Physics exam, candidates must utilize the last few hours solving sample papers and previous year question papers. To access them, candidates do not have to run around or search incessantly online. CISCE has already uploaded sample papers to help students prepare. Here are the links to previous-year sample papers:
|ISC 2017||Click Here|
|ISC 2018||Click Here|
|ISC 2019||Click Here|
|ISC 2020||Click Here|
Preparation Strategy for ISC Physics Paper – Last Minute Tips
To use the last few hours of the ISC Class 12 Physics exam, here are some last-minute tips to ace the exam –
- Try to solve at least 1-2 sample papers today so that they remain in the exam grid.
- Make a list of important formulae and revise them at night. Wake up early tomorrow morning and revise the formulae before the exam.
- Avoid revising difficult topics or chapters today. This will further stress the brain and will invariably affect the overall preparation.
- During the exam, try to solve the easier questions first and spend the remaining time to crack the difficult ones.
Having a clear understanding of all the fundamentals taught in various chapters of Physics will provide leverage to candidates over simply memorizing formulae, derivations, and definitions. Physics has always been about the applicability of a concept rather than its confinement to mere notes and summaries. Therefore, candidates who have gone through the chapters and have comprehended how certain concepts apply in real life are bound to score more.