In the growing world some of the subjects are more pivotal for class 12^{th} student then others. These subjects would be Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

Many students have the ideology that doing well in these subjects is an inborn talent, which is inherited from the upper generations and it cant be learned or acquired easily.

The reality is that anyone can easily get better in these subjects, what one requires is just the right strategies.

Here are 3 excellent tricks to help you out.

### 1. PRACTICE REGULARLY WITH SINCERITY:

These subjects cannot be learned simply by giving it a read or listening. They demand immense practice, tons of it, to get ease with the toughest topics regarding the particular subject.

The answer is very simple here. The more you solve questions, the more you practice the better you get.

Practice exercising your mind, analysing every step helps in getting better at evaluating yourselves. These practices will help you improve your speed and precise your accuracy.

These are the skills which are invaluable, especially during the tests. Practice, practice and practice should be the only mantra.

It is very important to have a good understanding of each step you evaluate and analyse a particular topic before moving to another.

Grow a habit of solving at least 50 questions daily step by step with neat handwriting.

### 2. CHANGING THE MINDSET THEORY:

Professors over the years have developed an idea about “mindset theory”. Researchers have realized that people have been eventually divided into two categories.

One group contains people who believe they are bad at something and they can do nothing about it. And the other group comprises people who believe they can develop their abilities and can grow and improve.

These theories gave them a conclusion that there are two basis of mindset: one is “fixed mindset” and other is “growth mindset”. These beliefs completely contradict each other.

In one case the ideas are conservative and limited and in other they are non conservative and they tend to grow. We should have the mindset of starting to love the subject.

We have seen students developing a so-called PHOBIA towards the subjects. *But is it practically possible to develop a phobia for a subject? *The answer is simple, no. Everything revolves around the mindset.

Being confident and encouraging could really help one to overcome the so called phobia developed among the students. According to research, assessments of questions vary from one individual to another.

Their ability to answer questions also varies.

### 3. UNDERSTANDING THE THEORY WITH FORMULAE

Why do we need formulas in maths? We could just get our answer by basic adding and subtracting. It would take a much longer time to do so. And for some of the questions it won't even be possible.

Formulas are the equation that generally shows us how to work on something, it basically provides us an idea about how to solve a problem.

To conquer subjects like Maths and Physics, one should first focus on theory and understand them well. Going through the depth of a formula makes it easier to apply to a problem.

Formulas make our problem solving steps a lot easier. But how can we choose which formula to use? This is only possible when we are good with theoretical knowledge.

Most students tend to neglect the theory part and end up scoring average scores. this makes a big difference between a high scorer and an average student. Students who focus on theory along with formulas grow confidence eventually.

Both Maths and Physics are very important subjects in their respective fields. Maths helps us in understanding the world and prepares mental discipline.

It is basically a language to describe achievement of science. For a career in technology, Mathematics is a must to grasp.