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Physics Study Material for Engineering Entrance Exams
Physics Study Material for Engineering Entrance Exams on various topics are given below.
- Unit, dimension & General Maths
- General Physics
- Newton Law of Motion
- Rotational Dynamics
- Fluid Mechanics
- Sound & String Wave Motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
- KTG & Thermodynamics
- Current Electricity
- EMI & AC
- Geometrical Optics
- Wave Optics
- Modern Physics
- Semiconducter Physics
- Optical Instrument
- Thermal and Chemical effect of Current
- Errors in Mesurement
- Calorimetry and Heat Transfer
In all major engineering entrance exams, questions are asked from Physics. The various topics that the physics syllabus covers for such an exam varies, but broadly remains the same. To help you prepare well, concept notes , questions, examples of physics are given here.
The study material has been divided into chapters to help you study selectively and timely. In chapters or topics where you think you need to focus more, you can do so. In the physics study material, the initial introduction of each chapter encompasses the key points such as laws, theorems, concepts and formulae. These are accompanied with several examples and solved questions. You are suggested to first study the concepts then solve each question individually. Once you have tried solving them yourself, look up the answers, also given in the study material. This way you can analyze how well you are prepared in that particular topic.
Physics is a very huge subject when seen individually, to ace this you need to study hard and smart. This study material provided here covers all the topics from which questions are asked in engineering entrance exams. Thus if you prepare this well, no one can stop you from getting a great rank and the college and branch of your choice.
If you face any difficulty in any of the chapters, please ask your questions in the comments. We will help you out immediately.