Chemistry, the only subject I liked in my 12th class. I used to secure good marks, approximately 90.
You know I used to read chemistry books only in school. I was an inspiration for others to study chemistry, as they found it hard. But I just loved it!!!
So, if you aim to secure good marks in Chemistry on the 12th board, believe me, NCERT is the best option.
Everything in your question paper will be from NCERT. Every question, every equation.
Moreover, questions in the chemistry part of JEE are mainly from NCERT. If you have done NCERT well you can easily secure good marks.
So, stick to NCERT only for every subject. I can’t say for physics but for every other subject, you can easily rely on NCERT.
Just read it, re-read it. Write and Learn.
And I bet you can easily get good marks in this subject.
It’s easy if you understand it.
And hard, if you just mug it up.
Mainly in the 1st part, you have to understand the topic. Atoms, electrons, molecules and their behaviour.
In the 2nd part, i.e. inorganic chemistry you need to understand how reactions are taking place, you need to balance the equations.
And in the last part, you need to memorize things.
Even if you start in December, then also you can secure good marks in Chemistry.
But study consistently and with full concentration.