Study section 5.1 First law of Motion and go through examples and worked examples and selected objective questions.

Visit the session plan page for selected examples and problems

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/2008/08/newtons-laws-of-motion-study-plan.html

## Sunday, August 31, 2008

### September 2008 Physics Study Plan

The chapters are to be studied in September

5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

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September 2008

### Mathematics - Study Plan- 1st September 2001

Sections

1. The Factorial

2. Exponent of Prime p in n!

3. Fundamental principles of counting

Visit for revision points and some explanation

http://iit-jee-maths.blogspot.com/2008/06/ch-8-permutations-and-combinations-1.html

1. The Factorial

2. Exponent of Prime p in n!

3. Fundamental principles of counting

Visit for revision points and some explanation

http://iit-jee-maths.blogspot.com/2008/06/ch-8-permutations-and-combinations-1.html

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September 2008

### September 2008 Mathematics Study Plan

**Permutations and combinations**

R.D. Sharma Chapter 8

Sections

1. The Factorial

2. Exponent of Prime p in n!

3. Fundamental principles of counting

4. Permutations

5. Permutations under certain conditions

6. Permutations of objects not all distinct

7. Permutations when objects can repeat

8. Circular Permutations

9. Combinations

10. Practical Problems on combinations

11. Mixed problems on Permutations and Combinations

12. Selection of one or more items

13. Division of items into groups

14. Division of identical objects into groups

15. Some important results

Total 53 examples are in the chapter

15 sections are to be completed in 10 days. Plan to complete them in 7 days. This will give you 3 days to devote to problems exclusively.

Other chapters

Binomial theorem

Matrices (some portion)

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September 2008

### JEE 2010 September 2008 Study Plan

In September 2008 the following chapters are to be studied.

Surface chemistry

Non metals

Compounds of metals

5. Permutations and combinations

6. Binomial theorem

7. Matrices (some portion)

5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

One chapter from each subject is to be completed in 10 days. That means 3 chapters are studied in 10 days. In the month all 9 chapters are studied.

At least give one hour of study to each subject every day apart from attending junior college and coaching classes. If you are not going to coaching classes you can spare more time every day. Daily 10 hours have to be devoted to studies including your attendance in junior college and coaching classes.

Every day read around two sections in the chapter and related examples. Attempt two problems from the unsolved exercises. After you completed studying the theory portion attempt more problems say around 7 to 8. After the completely studying the chapter, keep attempting 2 problems from the same chapter for the next 10 days. This means you will be studying another chapter but you are solving some problems from the earlier chapter also. This will help you to know more and more about the chapter before attempting rather difficult questions. It will also give time to you digest the material in the chapter over a longer period of time. Any time you feel a problem is difficult, postpone it for few days. You may be able to get the idea to solve the problem.

**Chemistry**Surface chemistry

Non metals

Compounds of metals

**Mathematics**5. Permutations and combinations

6. Binomial theorem

7. Matrices (some portion)

**Physics**5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

One chapter from each subject is to be completed in 10 days. That means 3 chapters are studied in 10 days. In the month all 9 chapters are studied.

At least give one hour of study to each subject every day apart from attending junior college and coaching classes. If you are not going to coaching classes you can spare more time every day. Daily 10 hours have to be devoted to studies including your attendance in junior college and coaching classes.

Every day read around two sections in the chapter and related examples. Attempt two problems from the unsolved exercises. After you completed studying the theory portion attempt more problems say around 7 to 8. After the completely studying the chapter, keep attempting 2 problems from the same chapter for the next 10 days. This means you will be studying another chapter but you are solving some problems from the earlier chapter also. This will help you to know more and more about the chapter before attempting rather difficult questions. It will also give time to you digest the material in the chapter over a longer period of time. Any time you feel a problem is difficult, postpone it for few days. You may be able to get the idea to solve the problem.

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## Friday, August 29, 2008

### Chemical Equilibrium revision points updated today

Introduction

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/chemical-equilibrium-introduction.html

Law of mass action

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/law-of-mass-action-revision-points.html

Solubility product

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/solubility-product.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/chemical-equilibrium-introduction.html

Law of mass action

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/law-of-mass-action-revision-points.html

Solubility product

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/solubility-product.html

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Chemistry

## Thursday, August 28, 2008

### Blog Objective

The objective is to provide a schedule for intial study and revision of various topics in the syllabus. Where available the topics are given links to useful materials on other blogs.

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### August 28 2008 Chemistry

Gaseous, liquid and solid states

Atomic structure

Bonding and molecular structure

Chemical equilibrium

Hoping that you completed four chapters

Use the month to complete the last chapter Chemical equilibrium

Chemical equilibrium

JEE Syllabus

Chemical equilibrium:

Law of mass action;

Equilibrium constant,

Le Chatelier's principle (effect of concentration, temperature and pressure); Significance of ΔG and ΔGo in chemical equilibrium;

Solubility product, common ion effect,

pH and buffer solutions;

Acids and bases (Bronsted and Lewis concepts);

Hydrolysis of salts.

The syllabus has two main components: Equilibrium among ions and equilibrium among compounds

See revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/revision-equilibrium-constant.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-le-chateliers-principle.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/common-ion-effect.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-ph-and-buffer-solutions.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-acids-and-bases-bronsted.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-hydrolysis-of-salts.html

Atomic structure

Bonding and molecular structure

Chemical equilibrium

Hoping that you completed four chapters

Use the month to complete the last chapter Chemical equilibrium

Chemical equilibrium

JEE Syllabus

Chemical equilibrium:

Law of mass action;

Equilibrium constant,

Le Chatelier's principle (effect of concentration, temperature and pressure); Significance of ΔG and ΔGo in chemical equilibrium;

Solubility product, common ion effect,

pH and buffer solutions;

Acids and bases (Bronsted and Lewis concepts);

Hydrolysis of salts.

The syllabus has two main components: Equilibrium among ions and equilibrium among compounds

See revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/revision-equilibrium-constant.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-le-chateliers-principle.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/common-ion-effect.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-ph-and-buffer-solutions.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-acids-and-bases-bronsted.html

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2008/02/jee-revision-hydrolysis-of-salts.html

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August 2008,
Chemistry

### August 2008 Mathematics

1. Complex numbers

2. Theory of equations

3. Progressions

4. Logarithms

Hoping that you completed four chapters.

Try to complete the logarithms chapter in this month.

Logarithms - Some basic points

http://iit-jee-maths.blogspot.com/2008/06/ch-10-exponential-and-logarithmic.html

2. Theory of equations

3. Progressions

4. Logarithms

Hoping that you completed four chapters.

Try to complete the logarithms chapter in this month.

Logarithms - Some basic points

http://iit-jee-maths.blogspot.com/2008/06/ch-10-exponential-and-logarithmic.html

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August 2008,
Mathematics

### August 28, 2008 Physics

Assume that you have at least completed four chapters.

1. Introduction to physics

2. Physics and mathematics

3. Rest and motion

4. The Forces

Take the month to complete the Forces chapter

Read the worked out examples

Attempt the questions for short answer

If you want to see

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/2007/05/x-revision-force.html

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/2008/05/concept-review-chapter-4-forces.html

1. Introduction to physics

2. Physics and mathematics

3. Rest and motion

4. The Forces

Take the month to complete the Forces chapter

Read the worked out examples

Attempt the questions for short answer

If you want to see

**X-revision force**http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/2007/05/x-revision-force.html

**Concept Review - Chapter 4 The Forces**http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/2008/05/concept-review-chapter-4-forces.html

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August 2008,
Physics

### Mathematics IIT JEE 2010 - Study Plan

The contents Mathematics text for class XI(Maharashtra board syllabus) are given below and based on these contents the chapters to be completed in class XI from JEE syllabus/contents are specified

Text Book:

A New Approach to Mathematics and Statistics Paper I

Chitale et al.

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Contents

Angle and its measurement

Trigonometric ratios

Trigonometric ratios of compound angles

Properties of triangles

Inverse circular functions

Locus and its equation

The straight line

Vectors

Linear inequalities

Determinants

Matrices

Measures of dispersion

Bivariate frequency distribution

Text Book - 2

A New Approach to Mathematics and Statistics Paper II

Chitale et al.

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Contents

Sets, relations and functions

Logarithms

Complex numbers

Quadratic equations

Sequences and series

Permutations and combinations

Mathematic induction and Binomial theorem

Limits

Derivatives

Integration

1. Complex numbers

2. Theory of equations

3. Progressions

4. Logarithms

5. Permutations and combinations

6. Binomial theorem

7. Matrices (some portion)

8. Determinants (some portion)

9. Inequalities

10. Elementary trigonometry

11. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

12. Inverse trigonometric functions

13. Straight line

14. Vectors (some portion)

15. Functions

16. Limits and continuity

17. Differentiation

18. Integration (some portion)

Text Book:

A New Approach to Mathematics and Statistics Paper I

Chitale et al.

---------

Contents

Angle and its measurement

Trigonometric ratios

Trigonometric ratios of compound angles

Properties of triangles

Inverse circular functions

Locus and its equation

The straight line

Vectors

Linear inequalities

Determinants

Matrices

Measures of dispersion

Bivariate frequency distribution

Text Book - 2

A New Approach to Mathematics and Statistics Paper II

Chitale et al.

------------

Contents

Sets, relations and functions

Logarithms

Complex numbers

Quadratic equations

Sequences and series

Permutations and combinations

Mathematic induction and Binomial theorem

Limits

Derivatives

Integration

**Chapters from JEE syllabus to be completed in Class XI (2008-09)**1. Complex numbers

2. Theory of equations

3. Progressions

4. Logarithms

5. Permutations and combinations

6. Binomial theorem

7. Matrices (some portion)

8. Determinants (some portion)

9. Inequalities

10. Elementary trigonometry

11. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

12. Inverse trigonometric functions

13. Straight line

14. Vectors (some portion)

15. Functions

16. Limits and continuity

17. Differentiation

18. Integration (some portion)

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### IIT JEE 2010 Study Plan for Physics

Chapters to be covered during XI class (2008-09) from H C Verma

Physics Class XI Chapters (Maharashtra Board Syllabus)

1. Measurement

2. Scalars and vectors

3. Projectile motion

4. Force

5. Friction in solids and liquids

6. Sound waves

7. Thermal expansion

8. Refraction of light

9. Lens

10. Electrostatics

11. Current electricity

12. Magnetic effect of electric current

13. Magnetism

14. Electromagnetic waves

Chapters to be covered during XI class (2008-09) from H C Verma

1. Introduction to physics

2. Physics and mathematics

3. Rest and motion

4. The Forces

5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

29. Electric field and potential

32. Electric current in conductors

34. Magnetic field

35. Magnetic effect of electric current

36. Permanent magnets

37. Electromagnetic waves

Physics Class XI Chapters (Maharashtra Board Syllabus)

1. Measurement

2. Scalars and vectors

3. Projectile motion

4. Force

5. Friction in solids and liquids

6. Sound waves

7. Thermal expansion

8. Refraction of light

9. Lens

10. Electrostatics

11. Current electricity

12. Magnetic effect of electric current

13. Magnetism

14. Electromagnetic waves

Chapters to be covered during XI class (2008-09) from H C Verma

1. Introduction to physics

2. Physics and mathematics

3. Rest and motion

4. The Forces

5. Newton’s laws of motion

6. Friction

15. Wave motion

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

29. Electric field and potential

32. Electric current in conductors

34. Magnetic field

35. Magnetic effect of electric current

36. Permanent magnets

37. Electromagnetic waves

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### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan

Chapters to be completed from IIT JEE Syllabus during XI class (2008-09)

Chemistry Class XI Chapters (Maharashtra syllabus)

1. Some basic concepts of chemistry

2. States of matter

3. Atomic structure

4. Periodic table

5. Redox reactions

6. Chemical equilibrium

7. Adsorption

8. Nature of chemical bond

9. S-block elements

10. P-block elements

11. Principles and methods of purification of substances

12. Chemistry of carbon compounds

13. Alkanes

14. Alkenes

15. Alkynes

16. Aromatic compounds

Chapters to be completed from IIT JEE Syllabus during XI class (2008-09)

Gaseous, liquid and solid states

Atomic structure

Bonding and molecular structure

Chemical equilibrium

Surface chemistry

Non metals

Compounds of metals

Compounds of non metals

Organic chemistry – Nomenclature and isomerism

Alkanes

Alkenes

Alkynes

Benzene

Chemistry Class XI Chapters (Maharashtra syllabus)

1. Some basic concepts of chemistry

2. States of matter

3. Atomic structure

4. Periodic table

5. Redox reactions

6. Chemical equilibrium

7. Adsorption

8. Nature of chemical bond

9. S-block elements

10. P-block elements

11. Principles and methods of purification of substances

12. Chemistry of carbon compounds

13. Alkanes

14. Alkenes

15. Alkynes

16. Aromatic compounds

Chapters to be completed from IIT JEE Syllabus during XI class (2008-09)

Gaseous, liquid and solid states

Atomic structure

Bonding and molecular structure

Chemical equilibrium

Surface chemistry

Non metals

Compounds of metals

Compounds of non metals

Organic chemistry – Nomenclature and isomerism

Alkanes

Alkenes

Alkynes

Benzene

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### JEE 2010 Aspirants - Preparation Strategy

According to my thinking,the decision to appear for JEE must be taken and preparation started right from the day, the X class examinations are over. The attitude must be to remember the materials learned in the X class. A revision of the X material after the examination will lay the firm foundation for JEE preparation.

May 2008 to December 2008 must be used to complete the entire syllabus of 11th class. Read the lessons in your XI class text and simultaneously read the material in JEE level texts that you buy. Approximately 3 lessons of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (one each) must be completed every 10 days. That way you can read 9 lessons a month. In eight months you can complete 72 lessons. As the books are written you may not have 24 chapters in every subject. But the chapters are very big and you can practically treat them as two chapters.

That will give you time to revise you XI material during January-April 2008. Will give you good amount of time to concentrate on Board examianations and other subjects in the course.

I have seen the coaching institutes giving an IIT examination every alternate Sunday. They are giving it for six hours right in the first year itself. I recommend a three hour examination every two weeks with cumulative syllabus in the first year. Every alternate week, a one and half examination could be there in one lesson each of Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Prepare and write the examination conducted by your coaching institute enthusiastically. Your positive attitude right from the day one will help you immensely. Cooperate with your teachers. They know about the material and examination pattern a lot.

Even people who are taking postal coaching should follow this pattern. They should request their parents to organize the test for them every week. By requesting parents, one will put a monitor to himself to adhere to a time table.

How many one has to study: A general prescription is 10 hours a day. One can make an individual judgement with the overall constraint that you have to reach a level of having the ability to write an examination in the material that you have studied. You have to study 9 lessons every month. You divide the time in the ratio of 2:1 for CMP and other subjects.

Preparing a revision notes as you study is important because that will reduce the time spent by you in earlier lessons.

What are the recommended books?

I liked H C Verma for Physics

Dr. Jauhar, NCERT for Chemistry

For Mathematics, R D Sharma is good.

May 2008 to December 2008 must be used to complete the entire syllabus of 11th class. Read the lessons in your XI class text and simultaneously read the material in JEE level texts that you buy. Approximately 3 lessons of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (one each) must be completed every 10 days. That way you can read 9 lessons a month. In eight months you can complete 72 lessons. As the books are written you may not have 24 chapters in every subject. But the chapters are very big and you can practically treat them as two chapters.

That will give you time to revise you XI material during January-April 2008. Will give you good amount of time to concentrate on Board examianations and other subjects in the course.

I have seen the coaching institutes giving an IIT examination every alternate Sunday. They are giving it for six hours right in the first year itself. I recommend a three hour examination every two weeks with cumulative syllabus in the first year. Every alternate week, a one and half examination could be there in one lesson each of Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Prepare and write the examination conducted by your coaching institute enthusiastically. Your positive attitude right from the day one will help you immensely. Cooperate with your teachers. They know about the material and examination pattern a lot.

Even people who are taking postal coaching should follow this pattern. They should request their parents to organize the test for them every week. By requesting parents, one will put a monitor to himself to adhere to a time table.

How many one has to study: A general prescription is 10 hours a day. One can make an individual judgement with the overall constraint that you have to reach a level of having the ability to write an examination in the material that you have studied. You have to study 9 lessons every month. You divide the time in the ratio of 2:1 for CMP and other subjects.

Preparing a revision notes as you study is important because that will reduce the time spent by you in earlier lessons.

What are the recommended books?

I liked H C Verma for Physics

Dr. Jauhar, NCERT for Chemistry

For Mathematics, R D Sharma is good.

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