Phew. The progressive test that we were supposed to have at CL on
26th August 19th August will now be held on 2nd September. A progressive test is where they’ll take up a few topics of 11th and a few topics of 12th in different parts. This is unlike our module tests, which are cumulative syllabus-wise, and our diagnostic tests which are on a particular topic. Here’s the syllabus for CL’s first progressive test (which nobody bothered to copy down and asked me to put up on my blahg):
- Physics: Units & Dimensions; Kinematics; Particle Dynamics; Work, Power & Energy; Electrostatics.
- Chemistry: Atomic Structure; Chemical Bonding; General Organic Chemistry; Hydrocarbons; Chemical Kinetics; Alkyl & Aryl Halides.
- Math: Complex Numbers; Quadratic Equations; Binomial Theorem; Limits; Functions.
Also, for students who want to brush up their past concepts, CL now allows them to attend the ARC one-year batch / ARC two-year (junior) batch. Me for example, recollect nothing of the above mentioned stuff. Boy am I gonna do badly in this test. Sigh. The schedules for the other classes, are given below. The pictures are a bit fuzzy, but click on them for the enlarged view and you should be able to make out stuff. Unfortunately, my cell (LG KG300) doesn’t have a macro mode.
As for me, I seriously haven’t found much time for CL work ever since the competition season started. It’s been pretty tough trying to keep grades high at school so that I don’t have a fiasco like last year, that after all the CW stuff I do, there’s hardly any energy or time left for anything else. Add a good measure of laziness to that too, for knowing that you really won’t be attending any classes at school makes you real complacent.