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How to get more marks in Physics Practical Exams?

Physics Practical Examinations are on. Are you worried thinking how to score good marks in Practicals? Here are some tips.

BEFORE THE PRACTICAL EXAM

  • Complete the Practical Records
  • Complete the Project Report
  • Complete the record of activities
  • Know the Principle, formula, diagrams of all experiments  done at school,
  • Learn the precautions and sources of error of each experiment.
  • Make a list of all possible questions which can be asked for Viva

ON THE DAY OF EXAM

  • Take all records and geometrical instruments and writing instruments
  • Reach early
  • Have a look at the diagrams and formula you has practiced
  • Be cool and maintain a pleasing attire

DURING THE EXAM

  • Read the question well
  • Write neatly giving proper headings. The questions, Aim, Apparatus Required, Principle and formula, Circuit diagram/ Ray diagram, Observations, Calculations, Precautions, Result, Sources of Error etc
  • The observation column is the most important part. Write without alterations, corrections and over writing.
  • Draw graphs and diagrams neatly as per requirement.
  • Draw the circuit diagram neatly and correctly with proper labeling.
  • Avoid exchanging things with friends and talking to friends.
  • If in case of any doubt or in need of help, call your teacher or lab assistant.
  • Maintain a pleasing attitude through out.
  • Don’t  be rude or in-disciplined.
  • Answer the questions asked by the examiner during viva in a polite and pleasing manner. Try to answer the questions logically after listening to the questions carefully.

ALL THE BEST

Problem from mechanics

a smooth sphere of radius R , mass M is placed on the smooth horizontal floor . another smooth particle of mass m is placed on the sphere and horizontal force f is applied of the sphere . if the particle does not slip of the sphere the value of force f


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