CBSE Class 11 is very crucial, students want to appear for JEE and NEET after class 12th prefer to start their preparation early from class 11. In class 11 students are introduced to many new concepts like organic chemistry and calculus. These are the basic topics of the chapters whose advanced topics will be taught in class 12. So it is advised to study the topics carefully so that students do not face any kind of difficulty while studying the chapters in class 12.
The CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education along with the NCERT or National Council of Education Research and Training prescribes and designed the syllabus for the students of class 11. The school affiliated with CBSE are always advised to follow the CBSE syllabus and NCERT textbooks. In competitive exams like NEET (which is a national level entrance test for the students who wants to study graduate medical courses and dental course in government and private colleges) and JEE Mains (national level entrance test to study graduate engineering course), some questions are always asked from the class 11th syllabus.
To score good marks in the class 11 examination and to prepare for competitive exams like JEE Mains and NEET students should refer to good study materials. The NCERT textbooks for CBSE class 11, CBSE sample papers published by CBSE are the best to practice and understand the concepts. The CBSE sample papers, previous year questions and NCERT books are the perfect study materials to prepare for exams.
- The class 11 examination shall be conducted internally by the schools themselves.
- The passing marks for each subject is 33% of the total marks.
Apart from studying the NCERT books students should also follow some reference books for better understanding of the topics. While studying the chapters students should also try to make notes. Reading and writing simultaneously at the same time will keep the mind active and also helps to avoid the feeling of drowsiness and distraction.
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