Solved papers IIT-JEE Chemistry

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JEE aspirants have mixed feelings for IIT-JEE chemistry section. Some say it is a difficult subject to score marks, some find it relatively easier to score than physics and math question. Mostly, it is dependent on how much comfortable are you with the subject and which topics you choose to learn in the beginning. The IIT JEE chemistry syllabus is divided into 3 sections – Physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. It is better to target the physical chemistry concepts first. They are easy to understand and all you have to do is memorize all formulae of Radioactivity, Equilibrium, kinetics, and Chemical bonding. NCERT chemistry book for class 12, class 11 and Physical chemistry by OP Tandon will help you here. Chemistry jee main paper of previous years will also help here. Inorganic chemistry is what you must target next. Most students say that Chemistry ncert books class 12 and class 11 will do the job for you if you properly study the P, D and F block elements. Some best inorganic chemistry books for JEE for reference are Concise Inorganic chemistry by JD Lee, University Chemistry by Bruce H Mahan and Cengage Inorganic chemistry for practice problems. Last but very important and heavy section to study and master is organic chemistry. I recommend you to make 3 notebooks and label them as organic chemistry notes class 11, organic chemistry notes class 12 and IIT organic chemistry notes. Why I am saying so? Because organic chemistry requires a lot of written practice, hence, write every question of organic chemistry you solve properly in those notes along with the reasoning. When you refer those notes in future, they will help you immensely. The organic chemistry functional groups such as alkene, alkane, alkyne, alkyl halide and alcohol should be on your finger-tips. Mastering the general concepts will make you an expert at reactions which is necessary to score in IIT-JEE organic chemistry. Practicing and making notes will assist here, also besides NCERT chemistry book for class 11 and 12, you can refer Morrison and Boyd Organic chemistry book. When you have done complete preparation then practicing jee previous years question papers with solutions booklet is a good idea to give it a major finishing touch.

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