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I am also weak at Inorganic. :P But I am good at Physical Chemistry.

Physical Chemistry is kind of mathematical. First grab the theoretical part of Physical chemistry with the derivation of all the formulas. If you will do that much, you'll feel quite confident and then solve the Numericals.
Physical Chemistry is very easy. Just give it a start and you''' definitely excel in it.

About Inorganic : Don't just cram the inorganic part. Every part in inorganic chemistry has a logical explanation/reasoning. Understand that very clearly. Ask yourself the question "Why is it ?" every time you study inorganic part and then come out with an acceptable explanation.

Just give a start. You'll be gaining confidence in both the parts very soon.

All the best !

I can help only this much in case of Chemistry . :P

@Sandeep Bhardwaj I think many a times, in Inorganic Chemistry, we can find two opposite factors and we have to choose one of them. In some cases, first one wins while in other, second one wins. So, the final way is to cram up only. Also, for physical chemistry, the definitions of various terms like vapor pressure must be learnt carefully

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There also exists an explanation that "why, in some cases the first one wins while in some other cases the second one wins. ?" But only a Very good teacher of chemistry can explain that very clearly, with no doubt leaving in the minds of students.

Inorganic chemistry is also completely logical, not random.

So I think teacher plays a significant role to a greater extent in the preparation of Chemistry than Maths, Physics.

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Well, this is an issue for debate. Can you explain why does hydration enthalpy is greater than lattice enthalpy in $\text{BeSO}_4$ but not in $\text{MgSO}_4$?

This year I found Inorganic chemistry as completely understandable subject , I have learn't very few thing's .... and Due to which I'am confident of scoring 95+ % in JEE ....

Those People who can't understand or don't want to understand it ... bluntly say's that It is Completely Learning subject In fact Last year when I'am in 12th class I'am also one of those students ... But true the fact is It is completely understandable subject ! I agree some fact's we have to learn ... (only due to because explanation of those Facts needs higher education but it doesn't mean that there is no explanation...)

And Yes It depends that , to whom you are studying Inorganic, Only some teachers Explain all things to students .... So yes It depends on Teachers ...!

Thanks for your help but I want a very precise answer for my question as one can think of inorganic chemistry as unlimited but I want to know that how much should I know in inorganic chemistry so that I can easily tackle every problem in jee advanced .

Sir you problem collection is really amazing @Sandeep Bhardwaj

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Join the Brilliant Classes and enjoy the excellence. You're welcome to try the Foundation sets there. I assure you will enjoy solving those problems. All the best ! @aarthi aiyappan

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I am also weak at Inorganic. :P But I am good at Physical Chemistry.

Physical Chemistry is kind of mathematical. First grab the theoretical part of Physical chemistry with the derivation of all the formulas. If you will do that much, you'll feel quite confident and then solve the Numericals. Physical Chemistry is very easy. Just give it a start and you''' definitely excel in it.

About Inorganic : Don't just cram the inorganic part. Every part in inorganic chemistry has a logical explanation/reasoning. Understand that very clearly. Ask yourself the question "Why is it ?" every time you study inorganic part and then come out with an acceptable explanation.

Just give a start. You'll be gaining confidence in both the parts very soon.

All the best !

I can help only this much in case of Chemistry . :P

I hope someone else will help you more about it.

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Actually Sir, I @mentioned you only to help @Lucky Mohanty . I have a good 4 years to go for JEE XD

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj I think many a times, in Inorganic Chemistry, we can find two opposite factors and we have to choose one of them. In some cases, first one wins while in other, second one wins. So, the final way is to cram up only. Also, for physical chemistry, the definitions of various terms like vapor pressure must be learnt

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Inorganic chemistryis also completely logical, not random.So I think teacher plays a significant role to a greater extent in the preparation of Chemistry than Maths, Physics.

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$\text{BeSO}_4$ but not in $\text{MgSO}_4$?

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This year I found

Inorganic chemistry as completely understandable subject, I have learn't very few thing's .... and Due to which I'am confident of scoring 95+ % in JEE ....Those People who can't understand or don't want to understand it ... bluntly say's that It is Completely Learning subject In fact Last year when I'am in 12th class I'am also one of those students ... But true the fact is It is

completely understandable subject! I agree some fact's we have to learn ... (only due to because explanation of those Facts needs higher education but it doesn't mean that there is no explanation...)And Yes It depends

that , to whom you are studying Inorganic, Only some teachers Explain all things to students .... So yes It depends on Teachers ...!Log in to reply

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Thanks for your help but I want a very precise answer for my question as one can think of inorganic chemistry as unlimited but I want to know that how much should I know in inorganic chemistry so that I can easily tackle every problem in jee advanced .

Sir you problem collection is really amazing @Sandeep Bhardwaj

Again thank you @Sandeep Bhardwaj ; @Mehul Arora.

Please ask someone who is good in chemistry.

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i want to join your classes for all subjects for jee.

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Brilliant Classes and enjoy the excellence. You're welcome to try the Foundation sets there. I assure you will enjoy solving those problems. All the best ! @aarthi aiyappan

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Hey I am excellent in maths and average in chemistry but I am very bad in physics.Can you tell me what can I do?

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@Ronak Agarwal

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Hey ! ......are you in 12th ? @Lucky Mohanty

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Yup!!

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