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Your CBSE Class 12 Physics exam can be improved by using these expert tips from a leading teacher!

CBSE Class 12 Physics Exam tips From Expert Leading Teacher

Dr. Urvashi Raina gave us some crucial last-minute advice on how to ace the CBSE Class 12 Physics paper. She covered strategic paper practice, efficient revision, and frequent mistakes to watch out for.

It can be difficult to navigate the intricacies of the CBSE Class 12 Physics syllabus, but success is possible if you use the appropriate techniques.

We spoke with Dr. Urvashi Raina, a class 12 physics teacher at GD Goenka Public School in Vasant Kunj, ahead of the February 15 CBSE Class 12 board exams, in order to provide some helpful last-minute advice for students.

See these professional strategies and advice to help you study well, understand challenging material, and perform well on your test.

We’ve assembled all you need to know to improve your physics proficiency, from final revision techniques to conquering numerical and conceptual concerns.


At this point, Dr. Urvashi Raina suggests that students should not be afraid and should go over their previous preparations again.

She highlights three essential components of a successful exam preparation strategy: practicing with sample papers, making final revisions, and paying attention to typical errors that can result in mark deductions.


Dr. Urvashi Raina offers this methodical, four-step editing process:

First, list every topic that is covered in each chapter in a thorough index.

Next, concentrate on important deductions. If you find it challenging to memorize the complete derivation, make sure you can accurately write the first two and last two stages in order to receive full credit. Usually, 5-mark long-answer questions include a deduction.

Thirdly, practice NCERT numerical questions primarily, emphasizing conceptual clarity above numerical solutions. Since numbers make up only 10% to 15% of your work, you can choose to ignore them if you are too afraid of them.

Finally, especially for multiple-choice questions (MCQs), acquaint yourself with conceptual problems through mental comprehension. Read the book through several times to do this as it is more mental physics than written language.

Final Revision Plan: Day-by-Day

Dr. Raina suggests assigning particular topics to each of the three days leading up to the exam to facilitate an organized revision that maximizes focus and time management.

Day 1: Current electricity, magnetism, and electrostatics.
Day 2: covers waves, optics, electromagnetism, alternating currents, and electromagnetic induction.
Day 3: Atoms and nuclei, semiconductors, and the dual nature of matter and radiation.


Sample papers are practiced after the last edit. Dr. Urvashi Raina emphasizes how crucial it is to approach practice exams with the same level of seriousness as the real thing. She suggests working through five example papers at the very least and ten at most.

She suggests that students read questions carefully, focus on diagram clarity, complete practice papers early in the morning, and make sure vectors are indicated correctly.

Practice sample papers by sitting down between 10:30 and 10:30 in the morning so that your body clock adjusts to the board exam times.
Read through sample papers twice for clarity and treat them with the same seriousness as your final exams.
Make sure schematics are created precisely, with vectors indicating their right orientation.

Dr. Urvashi Raina wishes all students a very happy birthday and advises them to study hard and confidently for the physics exam on March 4, 2024.

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