5 Most Repeated Questions Of 1st Year Solved Past Papers

5 Most Repeated Questions Of 1st Year Solved Past Papers

October 9, 2020 1:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Intermediate solved past paper is the easiest way to get closer to Exam preparation.

Studying through the past paper is a necessary part of the exam and helps you focus on some important topics.

It provides you with internal and external insight into the forthcoming paper.

It helps you evaluate what is most important to prepare first and what is least important and should be done in the end.

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Here have a look at the 5 most repeated Questions of Physics XI Sindh board in the last 11 years searched by own very talented Teacher Sir Naeem.

 

QUESTION 1

CHAPTER 3 (Motion)

The motion of Bodies Connected by a String:

  1. Two bodies of unequal masses M and m are attached to the ends of a string which passes over a frictionless pulley. Derive the expression for Tension in the string and Acceleration of the bodies, when:
  • If they both are moving vertically

7 Marks          2018, 2014

  • If one body moves vertically downward and the second body moves horizontally on a smooth horizontal surface. 7 Marks      2015, 2011

 

QUESTION 2

CHAPTER 3 (Motion)

Elastic Collision in One Dimension:

Q1. Define elastic and inelastic collisions. Two non-rotating spheres of mass m1 and m2 moving along a straight line with velocities and respectively collide elastically. Derive an expression for the final velocities  or .                                                  7 Marks          2016, 2014, 2012, 2010

 

QUESTION 3

CHAPTER 8 (WAVE MOTION AND SOUND)

DOPPLER EFFECT:

  1. What is the Doppler Effect? Derive an expression for the apparent frequency heard by the listener when:
  • The listener moves towards the stationary source.
  • The source moves away from the stationary listener.

7 Marks          2019

  • The listener moves towards the stationary source.*
  • The source moves towards the stationary listener.

7 Marks          2017

  • The source moves towards the stationary listener.
  • The source moves away from the stationary listener.*

7 Marks          2013

  • The source moves away from the stationary listener**
  • Write three applications of Doppler’s Effect. 7 Marks 2011/2009

 

NOTE: Symbol “*” is representing the degree of repetitiveness.

QUESTION 4

CHAPTER 9 (NATURE OF LIGHT)

YOUNG’S DOUBLE SLIT EXPERIMENT:

  1. Give the quantitative description of Young’s double-slit experiment. Derive an expression for fringes spacing. 7 Marks 2017, 2015, 2011, 2013

 

QUESTION 5

CHAPTER 10 (GEOMETRICAL OPTICS)

COMPOUND MICROSCOPE:

  1. Describe the construction and working of a compound microscope. Derive the formula for its magnifying. 7 marks             2016, 2013, 2011, 2009

 

Know the Right way of using Past Papers

Everyone uses past paper but, are you using it usefully?

It takes time to evaluate, highlight, and extract the most repeated and important elements in the past paper, but it is worth the time.

Its only one-time difficulty you have to face while digging through the piles of Past Papers to get all the Key information you are looking for.

Going through it, again and again, will make you revise the highlighted topics and build up confidence for the final exams.

The closer you look into it, the nearer you will get to the actual exam.

Every subject is different, and it has a slightly different way of using past paper.

For instance, In Physics‘ you’d look for a similar numerical pattern, which is repeated in the past paper.

Here are few tips for using Past Paper of physics effectively:

Smart follow up

There are many different questions with the same answer pattern.

The question might repeat in different words you need to look for it, especially in MCQs.

Remember not to rely on Past Paper; it’s just one way to prepare effectively for exams.

First, you need to cover the whole syllabus and make sure nothing is left then move towards the past paper.

Keeps track of time:

Most of the time, when we are doing an exam, we lose track of time, and mistakes happen due to the tense situation.

Lack of time management in exams leads to incomplete paper in the end.

The past paper gives us a pattern to follow and predict how much time we should give to a particular section or a question.

Every question has its own solving time required.

By solving past paper, we train our self to stick to the required time or to do early than that,

The practice of the highlighted questions

Moreover, it gives you time to practice the Questions.

Taking out important questions from Past papers is one step; the other difficult and significant step is learning and then practicing.

Once you took out all the important chunks from the past papers, start practicing it.

Spend time practicing the most important questions first and then go towards the least important.

Reminding you again that does not leave anything!

All this practicing helps you develop your answer, and when you appear in exams, you don’t have to think for how to start writing where to end you’d have structure prepared in your mind.

Practicing definitions and short answers in paper will speed up the time needed in this area where fewer marks are allocated to allow more time to be spent on questions about the essay style that assign more marks.

Learn Exam Techniques:

Imagine you know the whole paper, and your preparation is on point too, but you somehow ended up not completing the exams.

How will you feel?

Annoyed right?

Do you know where you lack?

You lack coping up with your pace, time, and following the pattern.

Sometimes students take a lot of time in Section C of short Question answer and overwrite, which will not help you gain more marks.

So why write long answers in short questions and waste time?

An important factor to remember while doing an exam is to doing the exams smartly.

Past Papers gives you this benefit of learning the paper pattern and managing time beforehand.

Revise multiple times:

Notice which topics need to be revisited and what parts you have been struggling with even after revision.

Make sure the past paper you are using is the authentic one. Many of the coaching centers come up with their set of documents, which they call guess papers.

Remember to use only authentic paper and use authentic signature notes and guess papers by well-known expert Teachers.

Some students are too lazy to look for important questions from past papers and follow unauthentic sources.

Never do that, follow authentic sources, and save your time.

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