IIT JEE Physics Important topics

The IIT JEE Physics syllabus is given below

  1. Introduction to Physics and Measurement
  2. Kinematics
  3. Laws of Motion
  4. Work, Energy and Power
  5. Rotational Motion
  6. Gravitation
  7. Properties of Solids and Liquids
  8. Thermodynamics
  9. Kinetic Theory of Gases
  10. Oscillations and Waves
  11. Electrostatics
  12. Current Electricity
  13. Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
  14. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
  15. Electromagnetic Waves
  16. Optics
  17. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
  18. Atoms and Nuclei
  19. Electronic Devices
  20. Communication Systems

Important Topics for IIT JEE Physics – Must Be Thorough!

There are around 20 units which will be a part of your JEE examination. Each of these units has a comprehensive list of subtopics. However, you can still aim for a good score by being smart and applying certain hacks to your preparation.

Depending on the number of appearances, weightage of marks, a  list of topics or type of questions has been accumulated below. These are sure shot types of questions and therefore guarantees marks! The topics listed are in decreasing order of weightage of marks based on previous year’s pattern.

  • Current Electricity
  • Electrostatics
  • Ray Optics
  • Magnetism
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Work Energy and Power
  • Wave Optics
  • Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Centre of Mass, Momentum
  • Wave Motion
  • Semiconductors and Electronic Devices
  • Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • Rotational Dynamics
  • Dimensional Analysis and Errors
  • Fluid Mechanics

Remember that although there are certain topics that may carry less weightage based on previous year patterns, you never know when this pattern may change. So make sure that you do not skip any unit.

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Which of the following measures in the three Rs means to use resources less and only when necessary?