7 Tips to Score 90+ In CBSE Class 12 Chemistry

7 Tips to Score 90+ In CBSE Class 12 Chemistry : Chemistry in Class 12 is regarded as the second most difficult subject after Physics. Therefore, it always gets difficult for the students to score good marks in this subject. However, if you prepare for the exam with a proper strategy, then you can definitely excel in Chemistry. You can score 90+ marks in this subject if you prepare well. However, for that to happen you must clear your fundamentals first and then prepare each chapter of the syllabus thoroughly.

The Chemistry syllabus of Class 12 is vast and you need to have a sharp mind and good memory to remember the topics clearly. Also, you should be patient enough to study for long hours without disturbing your routine. Scoring 90+ marks in Class 12 Chemistry board exam requires regular readings of the chapter, thorough practice and revision. Here are 7 important tips that you can follow to score above 90 marks in your Chemistry exam.

7 Tips to Score 90+ In CBSE Class 12 Chemistry


Prepare Smartly 

The syllabus of the Class 12 Chemistry is divided into three categories, i.e. Physical Chemistry, Organic as well as Inorganic Chemistry. Physical Chemistry has 5 chapters with a total of 23 marks weightage. Organic Chemistry on the other hand comprises of 4 chapters with 19 marks, and Inorganic Chemistry constitutes of 7 chapters with a total weightage of 28 marks.

The chapters of the Physical Chemistry are little easier to grasp and can be mastered easily. So, it is important that you study this portion of the syllabus first and revise all the chapters thoroughly. Once, you have completed Physical Chemistry, you can take up Organic Chemistry. In the end, you can move to Organic Chemistry, learn the whole syllabus and practice questions from reference books.


Concentrate on Topics with Highest Weightage

Having an idea about the important topics from the Chemistry syllabus can definitely make it easier for you to prepare effectively for the exam and score maximum marks. Important topics are the ones from which maximum number of questions are asked in the CBSE Class 12 board exam. Therefore, you should make it a point to focus more on important Chemistry topics if you want to score 90+ marks in your board exam. Also, questions from important topics are repeated in the exam every year which definitely enhances their value.

 Some important Chemistry topics in Class 12 are:
  • Electrochemistry
  • Solid States
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • P-block elements
  • D and F block elements
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
  • Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

Memorize Physical Chemistry Formulas

Physical Chemistry comprises of chapters 1 to 5 and a total of 23 marks questions are asked from this branch. So, for scoring good marks in the subject, you need to make Physical Chemistry as your strong point. The best thing that you can do to master Physical Chemistry is learn all the important formulas and have them at your fingertips.

Also, it is extremely important that you solve at least 15-20 questions of the topics you find difficult to understand. For this purpose, you can take the help of NCERT solutions and exemplar problems and practice questions of difficult nature to improve your aptitude and problem solving skills.


Conversions and named reactions are very important

The units from 10 to 16 belong to the Organic Chemistry. And, the total weightage of this category is 29 marks which is maximum for the Class 12 board exam. Also, if you want to score 90+ marks in the Chemistry exam, then you need to master this section of the syllabus thoroughly. Students who find the subject of Chemistry interesting excel in this section and do not even consider it difficult.

Named reactions are very important aspect of this section which you should learn wholeheartedly. Questions on topics such as Electrophilic substitution/addition and Nucleophilic substitution/addition are also asked in the exam. So, you should learn and revise such questions to prepare effectively for the exam. Moreover, it is vital that you practice good number of step-by-step conversion questions thoroughly to prepare better for the exam.


The Last 3 Chapters can help you score 10 marks

The last three chapters of the syllabus, i.e. Biomolecules, Polymer and Chemistry in Everyday Life comprise questions of total 10 marks. Therefore, these chapters should be given proper time and attention during exam preparation. However, most students take these chapters lightly which often hampers their performance and affect their final marks. These chapters are easier compared to the rest of the chapters in the syllabus and you should prepare them thoroughly if you want to score 90+ in 12th Chemistry.


Read NCERT Textbooks and solutions

Chemistry is a scoring subject and it should not be difficult to score better marks in this subject if you study from the right set of books and study material. in the last few years, it has been noticed that majority of the questions in CBSE Class 12 Chemistry board exam are directly or indirectly asked from the NCERT textbooks. So, you should read NCERT textbooks and its solutions meticulously to cover the entire Class 12 syllabus and prepare perfectly for the exam. NCERT solutions for Class 12 Chemistry provide conceptual clarity, help practice difficult topics and aid in quick revision of the topics.

Practice previous years question papers

In Chemistry, questions are often repeated in the paper from important topics. So, by solving previous year Chemistry question papers, you can have a fair idea of the most important Chemistry topics from which maximum questions are repeated. Previous year papers also help you know exactly the exam pattern and the type of questions that are asked in the board exam.

Perfect for revision, by attempting Chemistry previous year papers you can learn the skill of time management. Moreover, by practicing previous year solved papers, you can experience exam like atmosphere which would help you tackle the pressure of taking the real exam.

Final Words

So, once you have finished your syllabus, it is paramount that you revise important chapters and topics as many times possible.Before the exam, make sure to solve sample and previous year papers to improve your speed and perform well in the exam.

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