Crack JEE with 99%ile or clearing NEET with 650+ Marks is the dream of many students. But somehow only limited students crack JEE and NEET, if you also have a goal of getting admission to IIT to AIIMS, the all you need is good quality handwritten notes. Here we are providing you Topper’s Handwritten notes of Physics for JEE/NEET 2023.

# Physics Handwritten Notes PDF

• Notebook 1: CLASS XI, up to conservation of momentum
• Notebook 2: CLASS XI, Collision to waves, Including Thermodynamics
• Notebook 3: Waves continued
• Notebook 4: CLASS XII Electrostatics to magnetics
• Notebook 5: EMI, A.C, Wave Optics, Ray Optics, Modern semiconductors, optical instruments, Diodes only error analysis
• Notebook 6: Semiconductors incl transistors and communication, Principles polarization diffraction
• Notebook 6: Semiconductors incl transistors and communication, Principles polarization diffraction

Physics is considered the toughest subject that is included in the JEE mains exam. The most important and crucial part where all the students feel worried about is numerical problems. If you start understanding the question and start decoding it, it becomes easier for you to write in the examination. So the participants should make sure to revise both numerical and theoretical parts of Physics which are equally important to score well. Given below is a list of points you should keep in mind when revising Physics.

## NEET Physics Important Topics

• Motion of System Of Particles and Rigid Body
• Properties of bulk matter
• Oscillations and Waves
• Electrostatics
• Current Electricity
• Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
• Optics
• Electronic devices

## JEE Physics Important Topics

• Mechanics
• Oscillations And Waves
• Rotational Motion
• Electrostatics
• Atoms And Nuclei
• Current Electricity
• Magnetic effect of Current and Magnetism

## Best Books for Physics Preparation

• The Physics book of NCERT both of grade 11 and grade 12
• Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma
• Objective Physics by D.C. Pandey
• Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov

# FAQ’s on Physics Handwritten Notes

### How do you write NEET notes in physics?

Simple Tips To Be Followed While Making Revision Notes
Try having your own shortcuts for topics to gather information at a glance.
Highlight points with different colours to segregate based on priority.
Make note of recurring mistakes you commit and practice them by making notes of it.

### Can I skip Physics for NEET?

Discuss with your teachers the problems you are facing. And if you are asking to skip Physics section in exam, even that would be no less than a blunder. Qualifying cutoff is 50th percentile which means you need to be in top 50% of total candidates to qualify the exam. And skipping Physics won’t help you

### Should I write notes for physics?

It is absolutely, without question, 100% essential to take notes in math and physics classes. That doesn’t mean that you need to write down every single thing that goes on the board or gets said…but there are going to be new concepts introduced in basically every class. It’s important to keep detailed notes