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Chemistry Tips for JEE ( in Hindi)
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In this video, Anirudh Walia discussed important topics of chemistry for JEE Advanced. Approach to attempt chemistry paper.

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Anirudh Walia
Chemistry Educator || Famous for Inorganic Tricks

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Good Content ! Helped a lot !
sir solid states me dencity syllabus me ni hi
Anirudh Walia
2 years ago
Dear its in syllabus. Density of unit cell
Chandra Nishad
2 years ago
no sir such me ni hi ... sir i saw ur videos.. all are very awsom all are very help ful for me
Thank you sir ... Please make a video on bitsat also
Thank you sir ... Please make a video on bitsat also
  1. Last Minute Tips for JEE Advanced Exam Strategy Paper Strategy Anirudh Walia


  2. JEE Advanced Chemistry Weightage is nearly equally distributed in the three streams of chemistry. It is important not to skip any topic from Inorganic Chemistry as the subject is highly scoring. Physical Chemistry Understand Mole Concept and topics like Chemical Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry are all derived from it, and you will find these topics easy. Put some efforts in understanding Thermodynamics and Atomic Structure by solving problems.


  3. Organic Chemistry The key to understanding the entire organic chemistry is being thorough with the general organic chemistry section electrophiles, nucleophiles, types of reaction, acidity, basicity, etc. The remaining organic chemistry is just the application part E.g. Knowing that a reaction consists of a nucleophile attacking an electrophile; the only remaining bit is writing the mechanism. you should learn and memorise all the named reactions with exceptions too (exceptions are also very important!)


  4. Inorganic Chemistry Many questions are from p-block, making it the most important chapter. Read from chemical bonding to s,p,d,f block to metallurgy. There will be one question at least from each chapter. A good knowledge of periodic table and the trends in the properties of atoms (ionization potential, atomic radius, electronegativity, electron affinity, electrode potential) will help you to understand the reactions.