You will find the answers why we follow standard textbooks in our course. If you don’t know about our learning method, then go through this web page : https://snboseplc.com/learning-physics/

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## Consider GATE-2023

**Example-1 :** Consider this question on Phase Space Wave Function

This question was from Griffiths Quantum Mechanics which was very well explained in our class.

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**Example-2 :** Consider this question on angular momentum and parity conservation

This was an example from Krane book, which was discussed very well in our class and an MCQ was designed on this topic in our practice test.

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**Example-3** : This question on equivalent electron was bit frequent in GATE.

It was done both during the class as well as during the revision.

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**Example-4** : Consider this question. Other parameters are very familiar one except fine structure constant.

It was defined twice in our class. Once during the class and one more time during the revision.

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**Example-5** : Consider this question on linearly dependent and independent vectors

This concept is explained with various examples including one that is there in the option.

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**Example-7** : Consider this complex analysis MSQ.

A very similar example was taken to convince order of the pole and to find residue by expanding as a Laurent’s series.

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**Example-8 **: Consider this TS diagram of Carnot Cycle

It was also taught twice.

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**Example-9 **: Consider this question on distributing Bosons and Fermions.

Very similar probabilities were defined during the discussion of an illustration from Reif. Similar probability related MCQ was designed for practice test.

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**Example 10** : Consider this question on counting number of microstates and finding probability.

Counting number of microstates, total number of possible states etc. are convinced very well during the class. Similar question was there in the previous GATE exam.

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**Example 11 **: Consider this question on particle scattering

Threshold energy required for the reaction was discussed twice. Once during the class and once during the revision. A question was also designed on this topic. Only small twist in the question is, they asked minimum energy (KE+rest mass energy). We have noted down minimum KE.

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**Example 12** : Consider this question on decay.

Formula for this one was mentioned in Krane and it was noted down in the class.

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**Example 13 **: Consider this question on spin measurement.

We have spend a lots of time on spin measurement. Results of spin measurement in arbitrary direction was suggested to remember. Several MCQs were designed in our practice tests on this concept.

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**Example 14 **: Consider this MCQ on Specific heat.

Surprisingly, very similar MCQ was designed in our practice test

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**Example 15 **: Consider this question on Stern-Gerlach experiment.

It was very well convinced that angular momentum magnitude will be given by **hbar sqrt(j(j+1)**. It was also convinced that when these atoms passed through Stern Gerlach apparatus, it will split into 2j+1 components.

**And more…**

## In this video, we collected some previous MCQs that are almost directly from textbooks.

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Reference textbooks that are used in our course : https://snboseplc.com/ref-books/

We don’t guess probable problems and teach. If we do so, students may not be able to answer newly designed problems. And in these exams, almost all problems are either new or twisted.

We cover the syllabus using standard textbooks. Textbooks cover all concepts either in the theory, example problems or outside problems. So, it is not a surprise for us that most of the problems from the exams are familiar to the topics that we discussed or solved. We designed thousands of MCQs by referring these standard textbooks which we are providing as a practice test (weekend tests, full length tests etc.).

Students may think it is difficult to read and solve these textbooks. Our course is to make these textbooks easy to read and to solve. We explain all the concepts and solve all difficult problems so that students will not feel it difficult. In fact, students will fall in love with textbooks during our course.

By solving these textbooks, students not only acquire conceptual hold, they also develop problem solving skills. Books also give many generalized tricks and formulas which are helpful in exams.

One can find around 4-5 direct questions from our reference textbooks in CSIR-NET, JEST, TIFR. GATE questions will not be so direct, but designed out of textbook concepts and problems. In all exams, there will be 2-3 repeated questions also.

So, in our course, we cover previous year problems alongside book problems and help the students to orient themselves towards the exam. Over time, we developed an ideal preparation method for CSIR-NET/GATE/JEST and TIFR.

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