Physics Preparation Tips For Neet Exam

Physics NEET Exam Syllabus and Preparation Guide

When preparing for NEET Exams, most of the aspirants find Physics a bit difficult subject to prepare for. And, this is one of the reasons that a candidate even after being good in other subjects (Chemistry, Botany, Zoology) is unable to crack NEET exam. To help such students, we are providing some important Preparation tips along with complete Physics syllabus for NEET Exam. Following this guide will surely help in boosting your confidence in Physics preparation.

Tips for the Preparation of Physics NEET Exam :

1.) Understand Concepts

No matter which exam or which subject you are preparing for, understanding the concepts is a must. While understanding the concept helps keep it remembered for a long time, mugging up topics becomes useless when a tricky question comes related to the topic in the exam.

2.) Learn Formulas

Remember! Formulas are the core of Physics and it is strongly recommended to understand them thoroughly. And the only way to do that is by practicing them again and again till you remember them like the back of your hand.

3.)  Time Management

NEET exam consists of 180 questions where 45 marks are for the Physics. Considering the time constraint, timing plays a crucial role. You need to boost up your speed significantly. Practice more and more sample papers, previous question papers as it will help in not only enhancing your speed but also in revision.

4.) Work on Weak Sections

You might be having a strong command over one topic and weak over the others. Instead of getting discouraged by the same and avoiding such topic, try to work harder on such topics by giving them extra time and taking help from a friend or a senior. You can also ask for extra classes if you have joined any coaching classes. This will not only help in clearing the topic but also boost your confidence.

5.) Take Mock Tests

As said above, one of the main hurdles in NEET exam is the time constraint, it is necessary to be as much prompt as you can. As there are 180 minutes for 180 questions, meaning one minute for one question, it is indispensable to boost up your speed. To achieve the desired speed, the only way is to practice as much mock test papers as you can. After solving several mock tests paper, try to solve the next sample papers in less than 170 minutes. Doing so will surely give you an edge over the participants.

6.) Take Breaks

When preparing for NEET exam, do not treat yourself as a machine by studying continuously and compromising on your sleep. You are human. Your body needs proper rest to perform up to its capabilities. Depriving yourself of the rest is going to do more harm than good. Lack of rest lowers your concentration level and memory. So, always avoid compromising on your sleep and take a good amount of sleep and include short breaks in between your study time to keep your concentration level high and mind refreshed. Use your breaks as 10 minutes walk, chat with friends, or taking a power nap.

7.) Avoid Guesswork

Many NEET exam candidates tend to make mistake by guessing the answer to a question. However, in the hope of getting 4 marks for that question, they end up losing 1 mark for the wrong answer. As NEET exam follows negative marking for every wrong answer, it is best to answer only those questions which you are confident about. This is important because even a 1 mark can make you lose your chances of clearing NEET exam.

8.) Health is Everything

Having a good physical health is as much important as your mental health. And this is not restricted to just the exam preparation; you should always take care of yourself both mentally and physically. And, it becomes even more important during exam preparation. To keep your mind refreshed and active for preparation, it is important to avoid junk foods. Eating such foods makes your lethargic and which in turn affects your concentration level. So, it is recommended to completely cut junk food from your diet and follow a healthy and balanced diet. It will not only keep you active but also help you stay healthy.

9.) Make use of Technologies

Nowadays, there are many online tools available that can help in making your NEET Exam Preparation a bit of fun and interesting. Some of the tools include blogs, social media, videos, mobile applications, online tutors and tutorials etc. While highlighting sentences in textbooks and making notes on paper are still the preferred options, you can leverage the online tools to help you more.

10.) Being Positive is Imperative

Your approach plays a crucial role in the preparation process. Doubting on your capabilities or learning with a negative approach is going to ruin your plan severely. Try to ease out your mind and keep a positive approach. This will not only help in boosting your confidence but also make your mind show greater ability and be available for new ideas.

Following these tips with a good planning is surely going to help candidates achieve their Goal. However, in addition to the above, you should also be aware of the syllabus for the Physics NEET exam thoroughly, so that you can plan and prepare accordingly. Below, you can find the details syllabus for Physics along with some good reference books to consult for the preparation.

Syllabus for Physics NEET Exam

Note: The following syllabus is recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance (NEET) Test for admission to MBBS courses.

Physics syllabus of class 11th

  • 1 Physical world and measurement 5
  • Kinematics 5
  • Laws of Motion 5
  • Work, Energy and Power 6
  • Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body 6
  • Gravitation 6
  • 7 Properties of Bulk Matter 6-7
  • Thermodynamics 7
  • 9 Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory 7
  • 10 Oscillations and Waves 7

Physics syllabus of Class 12th

  • Electrostatics 8
  • Current Electricity 8
  • Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 9
  • Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 9
  • Electromagnetic Waves 9-10
  • Optics 10
  • Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation 10
  • Atoms and Nuclei 11
  • Electronic Devices

Books for Physics NEET Exam

Apart from preparing from NCERT books, you can refer to the following Physics books to prepare for the Neet exams.

  • Concepts of Physics Volume I and II by H.C. Verma
  • Universal Self-Scorer Physics (English) (Set Of 2 Volumes)

Chapter wise Physics Books for NEET Exam

  • Understanding Physics for JEE Main & Advanced WAVES & THERMODYNAMICS
  • The Feynman Lectures on Physics: Mainly Mechanics, Radiation, and Heat – Vol. I
  • Physics for JEE Mains & Advanced Electrostatics and Current Electricity

Objective Physics Books for NEET Exam

  • Objective Physics for NEET – Vol. I & II by D C Pandey
  • Objective NCERT Question Bank for NEET – Physics by MTG Editorial Board

With proper planning, good study material and above all your sheer dedication, you are most likely to clear NEET Exam with flying colours.

We wish you all the best for your NEET exams. Be Positive and Confident!

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NEET 2018 Exam Syllabus

NEET 2018 Exam Syllabus

The NEET 2018 Syllabus is not much different from the NEET 2017 Syllabus. The NEET syllabus is drafted on the basis of the recommendations of the MCI (Medical Council of India). It undertakes revision of major board’s syllabus like CBSE, COBSE and NCERT and upon that basis only it gives its recommendations to include or exclude various lessons, topics and chapters into the NEET syllabus. It aims to bring uniformity and parity across numerous state board syllabus so that the level of difficulty of NEET exam should be same for all candidates from all across India.

The NEET 2018 exam is scheduled to be held in the 1st week of May, 2018.The application form for the exam can be availed by students by the last week of December, 2017. Students can apply for the exam till the 4th week of January 2018. This is the right time to start preparation for those students who are planning to take this exam next year. They can fortify their command over different subjects, namely, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. But first of all a student should read the NEET syllabus carefully. Below we are giving detailed syllabus for Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

NEET 2018 Syllabus for Biology

Class 11th Class 12th
Structural Organization in Animals and Plants Biology and Human Welfare
Cell Structure and Function Ecology and environment
Human physiology Reproduction
Plant Physiology Genetics and Evolution
Diversity in Living World Biotechnology and Its Applications

NEET 2018 Syllabus for Physics

Class 11th Class 12th
Laws of Motion Electrostatics
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body Atoms and Nuclei
Gravitation Current Electricity
Kinematics Electromagnetic Waves
Thermodynamics Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Properties of Bulk Matter Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
Oscillations and Waves Electronic Devices
Work, Energy and Power Optics
Physical world and measurement

NEET 2018 Syllabus for Chemistry

Class 11th Class 12th
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Environmental Chemistry Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Hydrocarbons Chemical Kinetics
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques Biomolecules
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) Coordination Compounds
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Chemistry in Everyday Life
Hydrogen Electrochemistry
Redox Reactions and Block Elements
Equilibrium Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Structure of Atom Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Thermodynamics General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Polymers
States of Matter: Gases and Liquids Solutions
Some p-Block Elements Solid State
p- Block Elements
Surface Chemistry

There will be a total number of 180 questions in the NEET 2018 exam. The questions are objective in nature and they are put in MCQ format. Candidates will be required to answer 180 questions in 180 minutes. It will be a pen and paper based exam to be conducted offline.This exam has scheme of negative marking. For every correct answer 4 marks will be given and for every incorrect answer 1 mark will be deducted.

Also Read : NEET Exam Pattern 2018