Class 11 Revision Notes

Class 11 revision notes are prepared by our subject experts to help the students in preparing concepts covered in class 11 PCMB syllabus. Class 11 is a crucial year in student’s educational career. However, a majority of students don’t take it seriously until it is too late. In competitive exams, around 55 to 60% of weightage is given to the topics covered in class 11 PCMB syllabus. Therefore, the students aspiring to pursue undergraduate courses from top engineering and medical institutes are advised to take their class 11 very seriously.

In terms of difficulty and vastness, class 11 syllabus of Biology,  Maths, Physics, and Chemistry is entirely different from what you have studied in Class 9 and 10. Many more new concepts, chapters, and topics are added in Class 11 syllabus. Therefore, to score well, one needs to have a deeper knowledge of theories and formulas. Also, the questions asked in exams are not direct anymore. Therefore, one must prepare accordingly. Here we have provided complete chapter wise class 11 revision notes for PCMB. The students are suggested to download PDFs of revision notes and prepare them on a regular basis to have a clear conceptual understanding. These revision notes summarise all the key concepts provided in physics, chemistry, maths, and biology in a simple and easily understandable format.

Key Features of Class 11 Revision Notes

  • Chapter-wise revision notes are provided for free pdf download
  • These revision notes are prepared by our IIT/NIT subject experts.
  • Quick summary, formulas, and important tips are provided to assure proper understanding of concepts.
  • These revision notes are extremely helpful for the preparation of IIT JEE, NEET, and BITSAT.
  • For better understanding concepts are explained with well-illustrated Diagrams

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Practise This Question

In which of the following octahedral complex of Co(Z = 27) will be magnitude of Δ0 be the highest ?