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Quick Guide For Electronics Chapter - NEET 2020 Exam

Updated on 15 February 2020
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Updated on 15 February 2020

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Candidates undergoing NEET prep for the year 2020 must have a thorough understanding of the tips and nitty-gritty of every section provided in the preparation course.

It is imperative that every candidate will put their best step forward while preparing. However, candidates with a small understanding of every section of the subjects can only succeed. This article will acquaint you with the points you must follow for the ‘Electrostatics’ section from your class-12 Physics while preparing for NEET 2020 examination .

It is always advisable to divide the chapters into various segments according to its priority. Below are some of the key highlights of the ‘Electrostatic’ chapter which you must keep in mind while mastering it.

Electrostatics: The concept of Electrostatics should be very clear for the candidates appearing for any JEE examination.  In Physics, the chapter Electrostatics deals with the properties and phenomena of slow-moving or stationary electric charges.

The concept of Electrostatics talks about the force that is created and exerted when each of the atoms comes in contact and that is described through various laws and equations. You must divide the chapter into segments.

Laws like Gauss Law and Coulomb’s Law are easy but important from the JEE perspective. Also, you should have a good hold on the integration subject.

This is because imagining a problem and converting it into derivative using integration knowledge is required for solving most of the physics numerical. Also, you should have a sound knowledge of the derivatives involved and can derive all formulas from any irregular figures.

To master this part of physics one should go through the standard JEE questions, practice all ring problems and learn the direct formulas to save time. Capacitance is another important part of electrostatics, therefore try to learn all the direct formulas related to it. Keep your basic clear about the zero fields.

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism: This is another important part where you should be through about the properties and behavior of magnetic lines of force. You should understand how the coulomb’s law is involved in Magnetism.

Biot savart’s Law and Right-Hand thumb rule are other two laws from this section which one should have thorough knowledge as several numerical comes in JEE from this area.

Magnetic field in a circular loop carrying current or due to infinitely straight carrying conductor involves lots of numerical from this section as well.

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents: Some of the key points that come under this section is Faraday’s law of induction, Lenz’s law and equation under these laws as it requires for solving numerical.

One of the important sections of this part is Transformer and how an ideal transformer works and what is the loss of a transformer. Also, keep your basics clear about LC oscillations.

Practice all the previous year question papers and appear for mock tests. There are a lot of institutes that would help you with doubt clearing sessions on various topics of physics. Once you submit the NEET application form remember your countdown begins.

All The Best To All The NEET 2020 Aspirants!

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