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Physics is one of the vital subjects in Science stream and it is also of very much importance while preparing for various competitive exams and hence it is essential to prepare it from the very beginning. Understanding the concepts and applying them in the provided situation can improvise your analytical as well as logical thinking.

Physics is a very important resource for students of CBSE Class 11.  Physics is an interesting subject for the enhancement of analytical and problem solving skills.

Unfortunately, many students find it difficult because of no interest or lack of better knowledge to comprehend.  Physics is really a difficult subject but very interesting when comprehended well and practice with easy to hard problems and students find it difficult because most of them do not have their basics clear for the subject. Lack of sufficient practice tool is a major reason why solving Mathematical problems seems a tough nut to crack.

School Connect Online students are not only solving and understanding questions from Physics from NCERT or Syllabus but also they are solving questions to practice Physics Olympiad this helps students to become expert

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Practice Solutions for Class 11 Physics

NCERT solutions of Class 11 Physics includes solutions of all questions and more to help and support practice with more relevant and important questions. These solutions have been provided and prepared by the most experienced teachers and important resources. A very simple approach has been followed while solving the questions and designing the NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Physics. Students will find it extremely easy to understand the problems and how to go about solving them.

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Unlike other subjects, rote learning cannot help you to excel in  Physics as it requires more analytical approach and critical ability to think and solve. Even for other subjects, rote learning is not recommended as it won’t be of much use after a point of time.  Physics, from the very beginning, needs one to think logically to enhance analytical ability. But just because the subject needs logical thinking and analytical skills does not mean it is tough. Physics needs practice and with practice, anything can be perfected, even the way you think and analyze.
So, it is of utmost importance to take  Physics seriously right from your early school life. Getting your basics clear at this point will make it easier for you to handle difficult concepts as you grow older.

 Physics of Class 11 standard plays a vital role in strengthening the fundamentals of the subject with comprehensive analysis. It is at this point, Physics goes beyond simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division and move onto more complex concepts to practice and understand . So, one must prepare for this subject in a serious manner and get all their doubts clear,with maximum practice more and more to master the problem solving skill. Otherwise, they won’t be able to cope with the subject later, especially if they are planning to take up Science in their Higher Secondary level.Subject like Physics and Chemistry in higher classes has Physics base to solve and analyse.

Physics Syllabus for Class 11



Physical World

  1. What is physics ?
  2. Scope and excitement of physics
  3. Physics, technology and society
  4. Fundamental forces in nature
  5. Nature of physical laws

Units And Measurements

  1. Introduction
  2. The international system of units
  3. Measurement of length
  4. Measurement of mass
  5. Measurement of time
  6. Accuracy, precision of instruments and errors in measurement
  7. Significant figures
  8. Dimensions of physical quantities
  9. Dimensional formulae and dimensional equations
  10. Dimensional analysis and its applications

Motion In A Straight Line

  1. Introduction
  2. Position, path length and displacement
  3. Average velocity and average speed
  4. Instantaneous velocity and speed
  5. Acceleration
  6. Kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion
  7. Relative velocity

Motion In A Plane

  1. Introduction
  2. Scalars and vectors
  3. Multiplication of vectors by real numbers
  4. Addition and subtraction of vectors – graphical method
  5. Resolution of vectors
  6. Vector addition – analytical method
  7. Motion in a plane
  8. Motion in a plane with constant acceleration
  9. Relative velocity in two dimensions
  10. Projectile motion
  11. Uniform circular motion

Laws Of Motion

  1. Introduction
  2. Aristotle’s fallacy
  3. The law of inertia
  4. Newton’s first law of motion
  5. Newton’s second law of motion
  6. Newton’s third law of motion
  7. Conservation of momentum
  8. Equilibrium of a particle
  9. Common forces in mechanics
  10. Circular motion
  11. Solving problems in mechanics

Work, Energy And Power

  1. Introduction
  2. Notions of work and kinetic energy : The work-energy theorem
  3. Work
  4. Kinetic energy
  5. Work done by a variable force
  6. The work-energy theorem for a variable force
  7. The concept of potential energy
  8. The conservation of mechanical energy
  9. The potential energy of a spring
  10. Various forms of energy : the law of conservation of energy
  11. Power
  12. Collisions

System Of Particles And Rotational Motion

  1. Introduction
  2. Centre of mass
  3. Motion of centre of mass
  4. Linear momentum of a system of particles
  5. Vector product of two vectors
  6. Angular velocity and its relation with linear velocity
  7. Torque and angular momentum
  8. Equilibrium of a rigid body
  9. Moment of inertia
  10. Theorems of perpendicular and parallel axes
  11. Kinematics of rotational motion about a fixed axis
  12. Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis
  13. Angular momentum in case of rotations about a fixed axis
  14. Rolling motion


  1. Introduction
  2. Kepler’s laws
  3. Universal law of gravitation
  4. The gravitational constant
  5. Acceleration due to gravity of the earth
  6. Acceleration due to gravity below and above the surface of earth
  7. Gravitational potential energy
  8. Escape speed
  9. Earth satellite
  10. Energy of an orbiting satellite
  11. Geostationary and polar satellites
  12. Weightlessness

NEET Paper Analysis of Last 10 years for Physics

NEET Exam, conducted by CBSE was introduced in lieu of the various state level and national level medical entrance exams. It will be conducted for admission into MBBS/BDS courses this year as well.

The number of questions and the difficulty level varies for every section. This article provides you an analysis of the Physics section as observed in the question papers of last 10 years.

Physics Trend Analysis for NEET

Candidates preparing for NEET have always been troubled by the Physics section since it is the toughest out of all three subjects.

To prepare for Physics in NEET, candidates must first get hold of good study material. The important topics with maximum number of questions in the last 10 years are Current Electricity (47 questions) followed by Semi-conductors (41 questions). Other important topics include Dual Nature of MatterLaws of Motion and Rotational Motion.

Candidates can prepare for these topics by solving the NEET mock test papers. Candidates can also refer to a few help books for better preparation since it will acquaint you with a variety of questions that can be asked in the exam.

Percentage Distribution of Questions

Syllabus for NEET includes topics studied in class XI and XII. According to the paper analysis for Physics, Class XII syllabus carries more weightage than Class XI syllabus. Therefore, candidates must give more time to the topics included in Class XII syllabus.

Most of the High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) questions are also from Class XII chapters. However, a lot of tricky and conceptual questions are asked from the class XI syllabus.

Physics Important Topics in NEET

As per the paper analysis of medical examinations conducted in the last 10 years, maximum number of questions are asked from Current Electricity and Semi- Conductors. These two chapters should be on top of your priority list since they can easily fetch you a lot of marks in the exam. A variety of conceptual and numerical questions are asked from these topics in the exam. The number of questions from each of these important chapters are enlisted below:


Number of Questions in 10 years

Current Electricity




Laws of Motion


System of Particles and Rotational Motion


Dual Nature of Matter


Moving Charges and Magnetism




Current Electricity

Over the years, the number of questions from this topic has decreased but the difficulty level has increased greatly. Most of the exam questions are based on basic formulas and rules of transfer of current.


A large number of conceptual questions are asked from this topic in NEET. Candidates must have complete knowledge of the basic concepts of Semi-conductors and its operations to score well in this section. The preparation of this topic must include study of various reasoning questions and numerical questions.

Laws of Motion

Another important topic in the Physics paper of NEET, a large number of conceptual questions are asked from this chapter. As per analysis, the questions from this topic are moderately difficult. The number of questions has remained constant over the years, i.e. there is no major change in the number of questions from this topic.

Rotational Motion and Dual Nature of Matter

The analysis of questions asked in the last 10 years shows that these two topics have similar weightage in the Physics section of NEET. The questions asked can be both, conceptual or numerical. Last year, the number of questions from Rotational Motion were more than Dual Nature of Matter but the difficulty level was equal for both.

Magnetism and Nuclei

The number of questions from these chapters also have not seen much variation. Candidates must revise all the formulas and gain a strong hold on the fundamental concepts from these chapters. The questions range from easy to moderately difficult.

NEET Syllabus: Physics

NEET Syllabus will include questions from the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of class 11 and 11. Medical Council of India (MCI) lays down the syllabus for NEET. A detailed review of all the state board syllabi is taken into consideration to establish uniformity across the country.

  • NTA has released the mock tests at its website, you can also track your preparation status with the free NEET Sample Papers.
  • As per the official notification, the syllabus and NEET Exam Pattern will be exactly same as it was in the year 2018. 
  • There are a total of 180 questions divided equally among these sections.
  • Each question is of 4 marks while 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.
  • This year, NEET   is scheduled for May 5 in offline mode. 
  • Latest: The last date to apply for NEET   is December 7 (extended), SC allows candidates above 25 years to apply as well! 

NEET Topic-wise Syllabus

  • Syllabus for the medical exam is basically derived out of three main subjects namely, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • CBSE has defined NEET Syllabus from topics covered in class 11 and class 11.

The detailed topic-wise syllabus for NEET   has been tabulated below as stated by MCI.


Class XI


 Physical World and Measurement




Laws of Motion


Work, Energy and Power


Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body




Properties of Bulk Matter




Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory


Oscillations and Waves


NEET Syllabus Topic-wise Weightage

The expected topic-wise weightage in NEET Syllabus   has been given in the tables below for each section in detail. 

Weightage of Physics in NEET  

  • Physics is generally the toughest subject out of all three subjects.
  • NEET   is expected to have lengthy and time-consuming questions in this section.
  • Out of 45, there were about 8 difficult questions in Physics last year.

Mechanics and Magnetism have continued to be NEET favorites for a few years now and carry maximum weightage. Therefore, students are advised to keep them on top of their priority list for NEET  .

NEET   Important Chapters

Weightage of Chapters in NEET  





Current Electricity


Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation


Magnetism & Moving Charges




Rigid Body Dynamics


Work, Energy, and Power


Planar Motion


Ray Optics


Wave Optics


Kinetic Theory & Thermal Properties of Matter


Atomic Study






Important Books for NEET Physics Preparation

The question paper is based mostly on NCERT concepts but it is moderately helpful because some concepts need a detailed explanation that is not available in them. Here are a few books you can refer to for a better idea of the exam pattern and clear understanding of concepts.

Book Title


Physics for Medical Entrance Examinations

D.C. Pandey

Concepts of Physics

H.C. Verma

Fundamentals of Physics

Halliday, Resnick and Walker

Objective NCERT at your fingertips for NEET AIIMS- Physics

MTG Editorial Board

Complete NEET Guide

MTG Editorial Board

NEET   Physics Guide- 5th Edition

Disha Publications

The syllabus for JEE Main & Advanced has been similar over the years and is set separately for Paper 1 and Paper 2. However, the distribution in exam pattern is slightly different. Candidates must rigorously practice with the sample papers to get an idea of marking scheme and the pattern of JEE Main Papers

JEE Main Physics Syllabus

This subject will have 30 questions in the exam. The syllabus can be broadly segregated into the following 5 sections:

  1. Mechanics
  2. Heat and Thermodynamics
  3. Electrostatics and Magnetism
  4. Current Electricity and Electromagnetism
  5. Optics and Modern Physics

There are a few topics in the Physics syllabus that have been a regular feature of the JEE Main exam over the years. Students must target such chapters with the highest weightage first. Here is a list of the topics that are expected to have maximum weightage in JEE Main  .

Important Topics

Expected weightage

Heat and Thermodynamics




Modern Physics




Current and Electricity




The following table elucidates JEE Main Syllabus for Physics with the weightage of percentage of questions against the topic:


Percentage of question





Wave Motion


Rotational Motion


Laws of Motion


Ray Optics


Magnetic effect of current and Magnetism


Simple Harmonic Motion


Wave optics


Units Dimension Errors


Work Energy Power


Modern Physics


Current Electricity


Electromagnetic Induction


Physics of Nucleus








Solids and Semiconductor Devices


Center of Mass, Impulse and Momentum


Kinetic Theory of Gases




Alternating Current


EM waves


Reference books Students can refer to the following books for a better idea of the exam questions and clarity of basic concepts. You must also practice sample question papers to get used to the exam pattern.

Book Title


Concept of Physics Part 1&2

H.C. Verma

IIT JEE Physics

D.C. Pandey

Problems in Physics

S.S. Krotov

Fundamental of Physics

Resnick, Halliday and Walker

Tips and Tricks to prepare for Class 11th Physics

You need to know what to study, how to study, how to manage time and where to look for references. Below is a list of subject-wise pointers for your preparation.


  • Attempt as many conceptual questions on those derivations as you can. This will give you a better understanding of the subject.
  • Look for new questions on similar context from previous year’s question papers, sample papers and other model test papers.
  • Always time yourself while solving sample papers as it will help you better manage time during the exam.
  • Revision of notes and memorizing the formulas and the definition of difficult terms helps a lot while last minute preparation. Keep a few lists of topics separately for quick revision and it must contain the important formulae, derivations and important definitions. 
  • Solve as many class 11 sample papers you can, but try to solve at least 3-4 completely. Practice past year question papers & model test papers.
  • Time management is a must; take out time for re-creation as well along side preparation.
  • Try and finish all the topics and questions in the NCERT books.CBSE board questions are majorly based on the question in this book only.

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