Comprehensive 40 days Revision Blueprint for Class 12 Physics CBSE Exam 2024

Embarking on the journey towards success in the Class 12 Physics CBSE Exam on February 15, 2024, requires a well-structured and efficient revision plan.

  • Don’t study without proper planning.
  • Make Short Notes(Avoid Long Notes)
  • Frame the whole chapter on one page and revise it multiple times.
  • Try different effective study techniques like Pomodoro as it will gain efficiency while studying.
  • Keep a healthy diet to maintain a proper balance in your body.

Week 1:

  • Day 1-2: Revise Electrostatics – Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field, Gauss’s Law.
  • Day 3-4: Cover Capacitance and Capacitors.
  • Day 5-6: Focus on Current Electricity – Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws.
  • Day 7: Practice numerical problems for Electrostatics and Current Electricity.

Week 2:

  • Day 8-10: Dive into Magnetic Effects of Current – Biot-Savart Law, Ampere’s Circuital Law.
  • Day 11-12: Understand Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday’s Law.
  • Day 13-14: Study Alternating Current – AC circuits, impedance.
  • Day 15: Practice numerical problems for Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction.

Week 3:

  • Day 16-18: Explore Electromagnetic Waves – characteristics, properties.
  • Day 19-20: Review Optics – Reflection, Refraction, Lens Formula.
  • Day 21-22: Study Wave Optics – Young’s Double Slit Experiment, Interference.
  • Day 23: Practice problems related to Electromagnetic Waves and Optics.

Week 4:

  • Day 24-26: Go through Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation – Photoelectric Effect, de Broglie’s Hypothesis.
  • Day 27-28: Revise Atoms and Nuclei.
  • Day 29-30: Cover Semiconductor Devices – diodes.
  • Day 31: Practice problems for Dual Nature of Matter and Atoms & Nuclei.

Week 5:

  • Day 32-34: Revisit all topics
  • Day 35-37: Conduct full-length practice tests.
  • Day 38-39: Identify weak areas and revise accordingly.
  • Day 40: Final day for a quick review of all topics.

Remember to take short breaks between study sessions, stay hydrated, and get enough sleep. Adjust the plan based on your understanding and progress. Good luck!

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