Etoos Problem Solving Techniques with Complete Past Years JEE Main & Advanced Exam Papers

JH Sir Etoosindia is known for its pool of learned and experienced faculty members who are dedicated towards providing effective coaching to engineering and medical aspirants to help them nurture their dreams. Mr. Jitendra Hirwani (JARA HATKE)  is among the top faculties employed at the institute. He is an expert in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. Besides being well-versed with his subject, this experienced faculty member constantly works towards deriving new and improved mechanisms of explaining concepts and preparing students for the Joint Entrance Examination.

His online course on Physical Chemistry is just what you need to be thorough with the subject and perform well in JEE. He has focused on strengthening the concepts of the students to lay a strong base by way of this course. The topics covered under this course include:

  • Atomic Structure
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Electrochemistry
  • Gaseous State
  • Redox Reaction
  • Solid State
  • Mole Concept
  • Radioactivity
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Ionic Equilibrium
  • Solutions
  • Thermodynamics
  • Thermochemistry

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From basic to advance – every concept related to these topics has been explained in detail in JH Sir Lecture. The lecture has been delivered in English. Besides focusing on strengthening your concepts, the course is aimed at enhancing your analytical and problem solving skills.

The course contains a total of 1010 questions. A total of 329 questions included in the JEE Main Exam (earlier known by the name AIEEE) in the last 15 years have been included in this course. A total of 681 questions included in the last 39 years’ JEE Advanced (earlier known as IIT JEE) papers also form a part of this course. All these are given with solutions.

Engineering aspirants are highly recommended to go for this course by JH Sir to prepare thoroughly for JEE. It is suggested to begin taking this lecture when you are still in your Class XI. View it over and over again to be thorough with the concepts and learn the theory part efficiently.

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