Ankur Magdum - Physics Tutor in Chennai

Ankur Magdum   (On Spanedea since September 16, 2015)

3rd year undergraduate at IIT Madras, IIT JEE Physics Tutor

Education:

B.Tech. from IIT Madras in Aerospace Engineering, 2017

Tutoring Experience: 4 Months

Total Hours Taught on Spanedea: 1 Hours

Tutor Expertise:

Physics

IIT JEE

BITSAT

 & 5 others

Contact: Not Shared



About Ankur Magdum

I am very passionate about Physics. I enjoy discussing problems and their solutions. I always wanted try my hand at teaching. I will try my best to clear all the doubts and make sure the student understands the fundamentals thoroughly. My other hobbies are Photography, Cooking, Music and I believe somehow they have helped me in achieving my goals.

Objective

To ensure that the student is thorough with his/ her fundamentals.

Educational Qualification

B.Tech. from IIT Madras in Aerospace Engineering, 2017


Book Review - Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov

There are quite a few books one could use while preparing for JEE Physics. To name a few good ones, we have Resnick and Halliday, H. C Varma, R. P Feynman and etc. The first two books present the theory in good detail and the last one is sort of a compilation of the lectures delivered by Feynman at MIT. But none of these books have sufficiently ...

Important books for IIT JEE preparation - Physics

One cannot stress enough on the importance of physics in any engineering exam, let alone JEE. After all, engineering is mostly applied physics. So it’s very necessary that one has a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts and in order to do so, one has to read. Read a lot. Over and over again. Reading helps one to strengthen their ...

Rate (INR/hr):  500

Rate could vary upwards depending on exact student requirement ( e.g. if requirement is very specialised, or if requirement demands a lot of background preparation)

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This is rather a very general question. How to solve numericals in Physics? Well, a simple answer would be: like any other problem! If by numericals you mean specifically those problems which have 'numbers' in them, then they hardly different from any other problem in the Physics paper. The only difference is that some problems will have...

The reason behind the Aptitude test, I think, is to check whether the student is really interested in Science and Engineering. If you already are and are not forced to do so, you needn't prepare at all. Those who are passionate, will effortlessly ace the test. ...

Since you are a dropper, ideally, you should have a good understanding of concepts and fundamentals by now. Generally the 'drop' year should be utilised only to practice problems and better your speed at solving them. Setting this aside, you need to strengthen your fundamentals first. I would say you take any topic, read the relevant the...

There is no predefined way to build concentration. You will be focused and concentrated only if you find the subject interesting. If you aren't, and I mean you really dislike the subject, then there is no way you will be able to concentrate while studying it. Physics, that way is quite interesting and pretty easy to follow. I would suggest y...

Let 'd' be the density of air and 'n' be the ratio of specific heats.   1. Speed of sound = sq.rt(n*R*T) 2. For speed of adiabatic exhaust jet, we use Bernoulli's principle (assuming reversible discharge of gas) and Equation of state for the gas (P = d*R*T)   According to Bernoulli's princ...

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