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Hello all..I am a NIT aspirant. ;)

:arrow: I know i can do well in mathematics and chemistry as I have a good understanding in them. But when it comes to physics it's just the opposite.... the ideas to the problems just don't click why is this happening ...I guess I dont get the basics perfectly yet.For any competitive exam i start attempting maths and chemistry leaving little time for physics. I have a physics phobia i guess..can you please help me? i dont know what to do.


Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:35 pm
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myEngg Generalissimo
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Hi., ;)

Dont worry this happens when you get more inclined towards a particular subject. Its good that u are good at chemistry and mathematics and manage them well. Mathematics can be said as the apex of all sciences and its application in the physical world can be said as physics.
What I suggest you is to not try byhearting physics but rather try understanding the concepts also try to correlate and apply these elegant laws to physical world around you. Once you start understanding you wont be scared of physics and will start enjoying it..Solving as many numerical will help you gain confidence and eliminate you fear altogether. 8-)


Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:39 pm
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hi,..
Yes you have to understand the concepts and solve numerical based on it to get a good hold on physics. You will have to solve probs faster so that you give required time for Physics too.. ;)


Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:43 pm
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Yeah Thats Right Boss..

One who focuses on the Basic Concepts in Physics can gain a good deal of marks in Any type of the Engineering Entrance Exams..


Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:36 pm
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sanjaysahu wrote:
hi,..
Yes you have to understand the concepts and solve numerical based on it to get a good hold on physics. You will have to solve probs faster so that you give required time for Physics too.. ;)


Even i agree with U Sanjay Bhai..


Fri Dec 24, 2010 3:34 pm
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