Projectile Motion Class 11

Learn Unique Techniques in

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About the course

If you want to have an edge over others in JEE/NEET and other entrance exams, then this course is for you. This course gives you extremely unique and useful tips, techniques and shortcuts for problem-solving in Straight Line Motion, Projectile Motion and Newton’s Laws. With these techniques, you can solve all problems, even difficult ones in no time!

Why this course?

Projectile motion is often the first topic where a student learns to apply vector methods in Physics. Learning it well is therefore important not just to solve projectile problems but also to get confidence in using vectors in other areas as well.

Dr. Balaji Sampath has done extensive research on the problem solving difficulties in Projectile Motion and in this course, he will train you on his uniquely developed approach that allows you to look at Projectile Motion problems with a fresh mind and identify quick non-routine ways to solve them instead of long winded formula based calculations.

What does the course contain?

This Micro Course contains 49 concept lectures and 145 questions with video solutions. You should be able to complete this Micro Course in just 40 hours. So, by dedicating 40 hours of your time, you will master extremely important concepts in Projectile Motion that will help you score better in Physics.

What do you have to do?

This is a serious course meant for hard working students. Be seated at a comfortable table with a PC, avoid using mobile phones to access the course and listen to the videos with a headphone.

Maintain a separate notebook for this course and take notes as you watch the videos. Make it a point to solve the questions on the notebook first and then enter your answers to check if they’re correct. Practicing the problems all by yourself with pen and paper is the most effective way to increase your speed and accuracy in solving Projectile Motion problems.

Learn from the Expert Teacher


Dr. Balaji Sampath

All India Rank 4 in IIT JEE 1990

Dr. Balaji Sampath, got his B.Tech from IIT Madras and PhD from the University of Maryland. He founded AID INDIA and Disha Foundation, non-profit initiatives that have educated over a million children. Balaji’s Physics and Math classes focus on conceptual clarity, practical experiments and innovative problem solving techniques. He has helped thousands of students get into IITs, NITs and BITS. Lots of students have reported ‘falling in love with Physics’ because of Balaji’s classes. His popular Science demos on Sun TV, his books, videos and teaching methods have inspired lakhs of students. For innovation in Science education, Balaji was awarded Ashoka Fellowship, Lemelson Inventor Certificate, University of Maryland International Alumnus Award and the IIT Madras Distinguished Alumnus Award.

What Our Students Say...
Varsha Sathish

AIR 355 in NEET

Projectile Motion Class 11
Maalavika. CS

AIR 755 in JEE Advanced

Frequently Asked Questions
This course will help students who study in CBSE as well as in ICSE board. It will also help students who are preparing for JEE and NEET and other competitive examinations.
Micro Courses help students to master specific topics that they find difficult, one topic at a time, at their own pace. Our research team focuses on how every topic can be made interesting and realistic in order to build the concepts, problem solving skills and confidence.
You can track your child’s progress in each topic anytime. There is a section in the student’s dashboard page where you can see a detailed report about lesson completion as well as the performance of your child.
Sorry, you will not be able to download the videos or questions from the course. You need to be connected to the internet to view the videos, answer questions and to access video solutions.
Unfortunately, we do not entertain refund requests for Micro Courses.
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