Focus on Important Topics for NEET Exam before Taking NEET 2019

For someone who dreams of becoming a medical practitioner is advised to make a strong reading habit. Reason being the competition is so tough and stiff. NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the only all-India medical entrance examination that demands candidates to undergo a rigorous test, except for AIIMS and JIMPER. NEET 2018 is over now (May 6) and the results have been declared by CBSE on June 4. Qualified candidates are now predicting their college based on their ranks.

Check Rank-wise College predictor for NEET 2018 here

It’s time to target NEET 2019. The first thing a medical aspirant must do is to get his hands on the latest syllabus. With the right syllabus starts the right preparation. In the words of Rashmi Bhardwaj (who is gearing up for the second attempt in 2019), “Honestly, it starts with the NEET syllabus. Unless you have access to the right materials, the chances get tougher and tougher. All my faculties stressed on following the NCERT books. And they were absolutely correct because 60-70 per cent questions were from the NCERT books. Hopefully, I will clear the exam in my next attempt”.

Important Topics for NEET Exam 2019 Based on This Year’s Exam:

There are basically three major subjects to cover – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Let’s take a closer look at the topics and the percentage of questions asked in the exam based on previous years’ papers.

Topics from NEET Physics:

Physics being the most difficult papers amongst all, it demands utmost attention and a sturdy preparation strategy.

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Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
Electrostatics 6.04
Ray Optics 6.4
Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves 5.86
Semiconductors and Communication System 6.04
Current Electricity 5.50
Rotational Motion 5.68
Waves and Sound 5.32
Laws of Thermodynamics 5.50
Magnetic Effects of Current 4.79
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current 4.79

Topics from NEET Chemistry:

Check out the chapters mentioned below. As you prepare these topics well, the possibility of scoring more is pretty much high. Chemistry is considered as the scoring subject. The questions would be less tricky.

Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
General Organic Chemistry 6.8
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 10.05
Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes (Hydrocarbons) 5.43
P Block Elements 5.97
Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones) 4.34
Atomic Structure 4.61
Solutions and Colligative Properties 4.34
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 4.34
Chemical Thermodynamics 3.53
Ionic Equilibrium 4.07
Haloalkanes 3.26
D and F Block Elements 3.26

Topics from NEET Biology:

Very, very important section! Biology comprises botany and zoology.

Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
Cell – The Unit of Life 7.34
Principles of Inheritance and Variation 7.53
Morphology of Flowering Plants 5.41
Biological Classification 5.41
Ecosystem 4.25
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants 5.41
Human Health and Disease 3.47
Plant Kingdom 3.86
Environmental Issues 3.28
Human Reproduction 3.47
Digestion and Absorption 3.09
Chemical Coordination and Integration 3.09

Sketch out a rigorous preparation strategy for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 based on the above-mentioned chapters, and you are surely uplifting your chance of cracking NEET 2019 exam.

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Sunita Roy

Sunita is a writer, blogger, and researcher with special interest in the medical field. She has been covering the competitive examinations conducted at the national level for admission to medical and dental courses for the last 5 years. NEET UG, NEET PG, AIIMS MBBS, Nursing are some of the exams extensively covered by the writer. She writes on all the related topics such as application process, exam pattern, syllabus, admit, card, result, and counselling details.

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