NEET (UG) is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS/BDS courses and other undergraduate medical courses in approved/recognised Medical/Dental colleges or institutes of India. NEET is conducted once a year.
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- Diversity in living world
- Structural Organization in animals and plants
- Plant Physiology
- Human Physiology
- Cell structure and function
- Genetics and Evolution
- Biology and human Welfare
- Biotechnology and its applications
- Ecology and Environment
- Some basic concepts of chemistry
- Structure of atom
- Classification of Elements and Periodicity in properties
- Chemical bonding and molecular structure
- States of matter: Gases and Liquids
- Laws of Chemical combination
- s- Block elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
- Some p-Block elements
- Redox reaction
- Environmental chemistry
- Organic chemistry- Some basic principles and techniques
- Solid states
- Chemical kinetics
- Surface chemistry
- General principles and processes of isolation of elements
- P-block elements
- d and f block elements
- Coordination compounds
- Haloalkanes and haloarenes
- Phenols and ethers
- Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
- Organic compounds containing nitrogen
- Chemistry in everyday life
- Physical world and measurement
- Work, energy and power
- Heat, work and internal energy
- Motion of systems of particles and rigid body
- Properties of bulk matter
- Oscillation and waves
- Critical velocity
- Laws of motion
- Static and kinetic fiction
- Current Electricity
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
- Atoms and Nuclei
- Electronic Devices
NEET is the gateway to enter the most prominent medical colleges of the country. Students start preparing very early to conquer this exam. Here are some of the tips to help you navigate through your studies and recall concepts better-
- Important topics- Human physiology, plant physiology, Animal husbandry, Biotechnology, Genetics, ecology, biomolecules, cell and cell cycle.
- Solve as many questions as possible.
- NCERT has to be on fingertips.
- Important topics are- Mechanics, Ray optics, Rotational motion, Electrostatics and magnetism, Waves, Electronics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Current electricity and electromagnetic induction.
- Prepare a list of formulas and derivations.
- Improve your speed and accuracy.
- Solve at least 100-150 MCQs in a day.
- Keep NCERT on your fingertips.
- Reference books can help with numericals – DC Pandey, BM Sharma etc.
- Important and scoring chapters are-Structure of atom, Biomolecules, Periodic table, Chemical bonding, Environmental chemistry, Alkanes, alkenes, aldehydes and aromatic substitution, Thermodynamics, d-f and p block
- General Organic Mechanisms are very important.
- Process of the mechanisms has to be understood.
- Physical chemistry is more about the numericals. Solve 50-60 numericals daily.
Some other tips-
- Know your syllabus well.
- Analyse the exam pattern.
- Mark the topics which are important and high scoring.
- Have a realistic time table.
- Set your priorities right.
- Keep on making concise notes.
- Maintain a healthy diet.
- Have a positive attitude.