Problems in Physics for JEE (Main & Advanced) by Career Point - Volume 1 is a collection of conceptual questions along with detailed solutions. These questions are thought-provoking and cover the application of various concepts in solving problems. Questions in this book are handpicked by experienced faculty members of Career Point to enhance the following skills of the students–

  1. Understanding of concepts and their application to the grass-root level.
  2. Improving their scoring ability & accuracy by providing an opportunity to practice a variety of questions.

The book approaches the subject in a very conceptual and coherent manner. Chapter-wise varieties of questions are arranged in a sequential manner to build a strong foundation of fundamentals. The coverage and features of books make it highly useful for all those preparing for JEE (Main & Advanced) and aspiring to become IITians or NITians. The book is also useful for students who are preparing for KVPY and Olympiads.

This volume consists of chapter wise challenging questions with detailed explanatory solutions from the following chapters for JEE-

  1. Unit, Dimension and Errors
  2. Motion in one Dimension
  3. Projectile motion and Relative motion
  4. Laws of motion
  5. Friction
  6. Circular Motion
  7. Work, Power and Energy
  8. Laws of conservation of momentum
  9. Rotational motion
  10. Gravitation
  11. Simple Harmonic Motion
  12. Properties of matter
  13. Surface Tension, Viscosity and Elasticity
  14. Fluid Mechanics
  15. Calorimetry
  16. Kinetic Theory of Gases
  17. Thermodynamics
  18. Heat Transfer
  19. Thermal Expansion
  20. Transverse Wave
  21. Sound Wave
  22. Doppler’s Effect               
  • Improves student’s critical thinking & application of concepts in varied situations
  • As per the requirement of JEE(Advanced)
  • Improves self-learning hence enhances confidence and scoring ability
  • Also useful for Olympiad and other high-level competitive exams
  • Prepared by Career Point Kota classroom Faculty Team

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