• Written By Livia Ferrao
  • Last Modified 22-04-2021

3 Secrets to revising XI quickly for AIPMT- Revealed!


Revising Class XI is as important as mastering new concepts that you learn every day as part of your Class XII curriculum! Based on the last 5 years exam pattern, Class XI syllabus holds equal weight-age compared to Class XII when it comes to questions asked in competitive exams like AIPMT.

Here are 3 secret tips that will ensure you’re able to revise Class XI efficiently in the least amount of time possible!

1. Start Early

The best time to start revising XI is immediately after you enter XII. The syllabus is fresh in your head and you can revise everything really quickly. Students on an average revise their entire class XI syllabus by starting early in just about 2 months!

2. Revise the most important chapters first-half

If you haven’t started early and were too busy trying to cope with new Class XII theory/concepts, you would be wise to start revising at least the most important chapters! We’ve given below a list of chapters that you should be revising right now (based on effort required and exam importance), up until the end of January.

Based on CBSE class XI syllabus, Low effort + High weight-age = Most Important and High effort + Low weight-age = Least Important.


Most Important Important Less Important Least Important
1. Gravitation Kinematics Physical World and Measurement Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
2. Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory Laws of Motion Properties of Bulk Matter
3. Oscillations and Waves Thermodnamics Work, Power and Energy


Most Important Important Less Important Least Important
1. Atomic Structure Thermodynamics Chemical Equilibrium Mole concept
2. Gaseous and Liquid States General organic chemistry Redox and Volumetric Analysis Periodic classification
3. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Isomerism Qualitative Analysis Classification and Nomenclature
4. Hydrocarbons s-block elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
5. Hydrogen and its compounds


Most Important Important Less Important Least Important
1. Structural Organization in Animals Biological Classification The Living World Plant Kingdom
2. Cell: The unit of life Morphology of Flowering Plants Mineral nutrition The Animal Kingdom
3. Biomolecules Body fluids and circulation Locomotion and movement Anatomy of Flowering Plant


Cell cycle and cell


Neural control and coordination
5. Transport in plants Chemical coordination and integration
6. Photosynthesis in higher plants
7. Respiration in plants
8. Plant growth and development
9. Digestion and absorption
10. Breathing and exchange of gases
11. Excretory products and their elimination

3. Identify connected concepts between XI and XII

For example, when you’re studying Human Reproduction in Class XII Biology, you should revise Cell: The Unit of Life & Cell Cycle and Cell Division from Class XI. Similarly, in Chemistry while studying Solutions in Class XII you can revise Mole Concept from Class XI.

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