How to Study Chemistry, Physics and Biology for NEET Exam?
How to study chemistry for NEET Exam?
For chemistry, basic concepts are very important. So first everyone must be clear with all the concepts in the following chapters:
- Atomic Structure
- Periodic classification of Elements
- Chemical bonding
- General Organic chemistry
Learning with conceptual understanding and doing practice questions helps a lot to get a good score.
Give priority to weightage chapters while learning and solve more practice questions to level up yourself for a better score. Then focus on other chapters too.
Don't procrastinate your works and doubts, try to clear those things on time. Stay concentrated in your studies to achieve your goal.
Make a short revision notes while learning itself for a last minute revision.
Have a hope in you and motivate yourself to achieve your goal. Try to use available resources in a smart way.
How to Study Physics for NEET?
Physics is all about understanding concepts and then their application. If you aim to ace NEET Physics, then conceptual clarity is a must, no two ways about it.
One of the most common blunders that students tend to commit is solving as many questions on Physics, finding shortcuts, and then somehow they try to arrive at learning the concept. Students must stop doing this right away!
The correct approach towards learning Physics is, understanding the concepts first, and for this, you can take as much time you want but prioritise this activity. Comprehend the basic topic. Once you have understood a concept fully, then approach solving problems and not the other way around.
Make efforts, take time out exclusively to prepare your own notes for all the 29 chapters covered in the NEET syllabus for Physics. List down all the important formulae and other related listings as per your strategy.
Focus on solving as many question papers as possible to broaden your horizon, however difficult the question may seem. There is no substitute for a well-practised hand in the examination hall. After having solved enough question papers, start solving questions chapter wise to ensure nothing has been missed out.
Additionally, you may also refer to some JEE question papers and solve Physics questions from there, as raising the bar high will cause solving NEET questions for Physics a cakewalk for you in the exam hall.
Finally, review your mistakes after solving each question paper, identify your loopholes and work on them. After all, that is the whole intention of solving previous years’ papers.
Any student who has mastered these 3 factors – time, speed and accuracy with conceptual clarity, of course, is sure to perform exceedingly well in NEET. Regular practice is an absolute must, to gain mastery over these 3 decisive factors.
How to study (Biology) for NEET?
Know your [Biology Syllabus] before that you have to know about weightage of it in NEET (ie., Out of 720 – 360 marks for Biology)
Comprehend biological terms with proper information (Etymology)
Aid of pictorial/diagrams/ Gif image / model/videos information to correlate (descriptive information) in books for to make firm strong basement in your cognitive
Multiple revision of terms and concepts with the help of pictorial Memorization.
Create a mind map/ flow chart for each lesson to easily grab the entire lesson within short time and also it tends to help you for quick revision prior to the exam.
Frequently Asked Questions
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG is conducted by the National Testing Agency (A Government of India Body) from 2019 onwards. This Test was being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) till 2018. NEET (UG) is applicable for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in India in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India except for the institutions established through an Act of Parliament i.e. AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.
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Best Books for NEET Physics
- Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
- NCERT (Textbook) Physics – Class 11 & 12
- Objective Physics by D. C. Pandey
- Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
- Problems in General Physics by I. E. Irodov
Venper Academy is the best place in your city (state) for preparation of NEET.
The subjects are the first ones to blame here. NEET consists of three subjects- Chemistry, Physics, and Biology, and these three subjects are tough. Physics is one of the toughest subjects for most of the candidates. However, the tough quotient depends upon candidates. With hard work, practice and proper guidance, nothing is tough.
Dedication with the right strategy and execution makes the perfect recipe for scoring 600+ in NEET in the first attempt. You can also follow these steps to score 600+ in the first NEET attempt :
- Know your syllabus
- Make a realistic time-table
- Solve Previous Years’ Question Papers and Analyse carefully.
- Find your weak and strong points.
- Find an anchor/mentoring institute
- Stay Motivated and Hydrated
Sun, 7 May, 2023
The National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) 2023 application form at neet.nta.nic.in. The authority has released the NEET 2023 application forms on 6th March 2023. The last date to apply for NEET 2023 is April 6.