NEET Exam 2018 is to take a place on May 6th, 2018. We hope that you will find this blog a satisfying knowledge of your NEET Physics preparation tips.
How to prepare Physics well for NEET 2018:
Many students approach physics is a very tough subject, due to the variety of concept application & related formulas.
So, below we are sharing some of the best & practical preparation pointers to score well for NEET Physics 2018.
Know your topics well:
Firstly, it is important to be well versed in the topics and syllabus. On that note, it has been highly recommended to study theory from class 11 and 12 NCERT textbooks along with other online mock exams. The syllabus consists mainly of CBSE and other state boards also.
Important Section of Physics:
The most important ones are Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory, Electrodynamics, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Laws of Motion, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current, Rotational Motion, Current Electricity and Ray Optics.
The other topics under Physics syllabus include Capacitance, Electromagnetic Field, Fluid Mechanics & Properties of Matter, Elasticity & Viscosity, Circular Motion, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Rigid Body Dynamics, Work Power & Energy, Semiconductors, and Communication System, Electromagnetic Waves & Communication, Relative Motion, Nuclear Physics and Sound Waves.
Previous year papers:
From the previous years’ papers, it has been consistently observed that maximum questions were asked from Mechanics chapter that is 12-13 questions. The Electrodynamics chapter has had 10 questions or so, in this regard. The chapters of Optics, Heat, and Thermodynamics come next with 5 questions each. This is followed by SHM & Waves and Modern Physics chapter with 4 and 3 questions. The rest of the above-mentioned topics can be expected with 1, 2 or 3 questions coming from them.
Apart from these, it is also interesting to know the mark distribution of questions. The total Questions come to around 19 and 26 questions, respectively from class 11th and 12th NEET syllabus topics. This makes a total of 76 marks from class 11th and 104 marks from a class 12th syllabus.
we move on practicing with mock test series, this is the best way to assess your weak topic areas. You can ideally put solve at least 1 mock test weekly during your revision period.
In the month before your actual exam, increase your number of mock tests to one or two mock tests daily. For this, a sitting of minimum two-three hours daily for Physics topics is recommended. Even the subjective and objective questions at the end of every chapter in NCERT textbooks are good for practice.
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