Kerala Plus One Important Questions

Class 11 is an important year, because a student will have to pass in both class 11 and 12, before they can go on to professional colleges or further higher studies. To study and score excellent marks in the board exams and competitive exams, students should get a good base in Kerala Higher Secondary(HSE) classes. If a student is to get into a good professional college, they should score well in not just class 12 but also in class 11 too. Keeping this in mind BYJU’S have prepared resourceful links and study material for the students of Plus One Kerala Board. One such are these list of important questions we have collected. However, a student who wish to score high in class 11 will not depend on these Kerala Plus One Important Questions alone. Nevertheless, it would be a very good supplementary study tool to the SCERT books class 11.

Why use Kerala Plus One Important Questions?

These are very important questions which we have collected after proper analysis of the previous year question papers, to see which have repeated often and also including those that are more likely to repeat again. To score well, students should refer to extra study material also. But, these important questions have its benefits.

  • It helps students to be more confident
  • Help them to do exams well
  • Prepare well and study better for exams
  • More acquainted with the type of questions that are asked
  • Do well in boards and even competitive exams

Students can dedicate their study time for each subject based on its level of difficulty and so be better prepared to write the exams. Now, that all students are aware of the advantages to using these questions, wouldn’t they also like to know how they can access these important questions?

Given below are the links for the Kerala Plus One Important Questions Page links:

Practise This Question

A wire of length 1 m is moving at a speed of 2ms1 perpendicular to its length and a homogeneous magnetic field of 0.5 T. The ends of the wire are joined to a circuit of resistance 6Ω. The rate at which work is being done to keep the wire moving at constant speed is