Here is the most important part of exams – Problem-solving.

Most students face problems in this portion. If you have answered all the questions in the checklist above, you just need some mathematics to solve the questions.

Learning the art of Numerical solving is not a binge-watch. You need time for it. Let’s see the methodology –

**How to develop the are of numerical solving in physics?**

Let’s take the example of mechanics.

Initially when you have a classical mechanics problem –

- Start by visualizing the question. This requires practice.
- Know all the fundamental forces involved and better you draw a free body diagram.
- Use the basic concepts and fundamentals and solve the question.
- See if any trick or short formula is there.

After some time when you have a habit of solving problems then take a question and don’t get into details. Directly use the formula.

At the beginning doing the exercise of visualizing and making free body diagrams help you build intuition for the problems.

Same way in Electromagnetism, initially solve via fundamental concepts, once you have build intuition and you learn the art of thinking like a physics student, shift to the tricks and short formulae mode.

Even after this If you have issues –

*Not able to solve questions of a particular topic – Go through the above mentioned checklist again.*

* Not able to solve any numerical – Work on your mathematics.*

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AashrayWonderfully written, physics seems soo interesting and easy after reading this 🤩🤩🤩

UKhullarThanx❤❤❤

DEBASHISExactly what I can connect from my experience

UKhullarcool bro