Some Useful Links for class 11 and 12 Students

The list below comprises of some useful websites I have come across while surfing the internet. These are particularly useful for class 11 and 12 students (or A level students if you are in UK) and personally speaking, among my favourites (though nothing beats a competent teacher). I will add more to this list when I’ll stumble upon more awesome websites.

NOTE: All the reviews are based on my personal experience and they are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER.


(An awesome website but sometimes I find it difficult to understand)

(Perfect for class 11 and 12 students. Simple and Easy)


(One of my favourites since class 11. The author is a nice explainer.)

(Has a wide range of topics but I find it little difficult to understand. Though if you have plenty of time, go for it.)

(My favourite website for organic chemistry. It has a lot of reactions with detailed mechanisms. So that I do not have to mug up organic chemistry.)

Computer Science:

(The best tutorials to learn from if you are a beginner. The author explains really well with lots of examples and is even responsive to questions.  Perfect for class 11 and 12 students.)

(Little rigorous than learncpp but perfect if you are looking for advanced topics. The forum is nice and responsive to questions.)

(Again little rigorous and probably meant for those applying for a job. But parts of it are useful to class 11 and 12 as well.)

(This is particularly for class 11 and class 12 students of cbse board. Although it should be useful to others as well)

(For learning python if you are interested 😉 )

Miscellaneous Websites:

(A random collection of websites I have found useful)

(A site in developing stage but as of November 2015 they have completed video lessons in physics, chemistry, biology and maths covering classes 8 to 12)

(A link to the channel of Mr. Pradeep Kshetrapal– An awesome teacher in Physics teaching classes 11 and 12. He teaches really well.)

(A huge resource of study materials and other stuffs for classes 6 to 12- KVS)

(It has a limited number of java applets on diverse topics  of a variety of subjects which allow you to virtually perform experiments and record the results too)

(Awesome explanation of basic concepts of electricity with equally awesome illustrations)


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