NEET 2020: If a stethoscope around your neck is your biggest dream in life, it is important that you complete NEET – the All India Medical entrance exam for admission to medical and dental courses.
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank’s recent announcement regarding the NEET exam date has brought great relief to aspirants who were concerned about the investigation given the pandemic situation.
The NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for admission to medical and dental courses is scheduled for September 13, 2020. This gives the students additional time to do their best on the upcoming exams.
Here are some tips to prepare for chemistry / physics for NEET 2020
Chemistry is not a puzzle if you know the right tactics to deal with it.
Weight: – 40% organic, 20% physical and 20% inorganic
Some important issues are:
Physically: – equilibrium, thermodynamics, kinetics of electrochemistry
Organic: Alkyl halides alcohols phenols aldehydes hydrocarbons
Inorganic;; complex composite p block elements
Remember this for physical chemistry: –
1. There is no alternative to revising important equations, formulas and concepts
2. Practice as many numbers as possible and clarify your doubts side by side
3. Analyze your shortcomings carefully and work on them
Remember about organic chemistry:
1. Write down and write down all reactions on paper to effectively memorize them
2. Get to know the mechanisms of important reactions, especially those specified in the NCERT
3. Practice all types of questions, especially those that increase or decrease the order
Think about inorganic chemistry:
1. Read the NCERT chapters carefully and revise all concepts properly
2. Focus on the most important questions and practice them regularly
3. Practice last year’s bogus and question papers
4. Don’t get confused when referring to multiple books. stay with NCERT.
Tips for physics
The physics section is the most difficult of all sections. It requires extensive knowledge of every topic. This section comprises 45 questions with 180 points and is dominated by topics such as electrostatics, mechanics and electronics.
Physics Reference Works –
* NCERT textbooks XI / XII
* MTG Objective NCERT at your fingertips physics for NEET,
* Dc Pandey-NEET (for objective questions),
* H.C. Verma (Objective 1 for theory and practice of conceptual objective problems).
Important preparation tips:
1. Farewell to fear – Many NEET aspirants fear the subject of physics because it contains many application-related questions and difficult derivations. Let go of your fears, understand the concepts and practice more and more to become confident.
2. Make NCERT your best friend – it is enough to read and revise all physics topics from NCERT books. However, the practice of derivations can also be done from other books such as VMC MODULE etc.
3. There is no alternative to revision. Delete your concepts from the NCERT textbook and revise them carefully and carefully. You can refer to other books to practice with.
4. Practice makes you perfect – practice formula-based questions and trust them. Regular practice introduces various types of questions and also helps in learning how to implement the concepts in solving the questions.
5. Prioritize – When solving questions, first try those that are easy to solve and that you are sure of. Solve those that are a little tricky later
6. Time management is important – time is a very important factor when solving physics papers. Set a time limit and try to set your goals for problem solving within the given time frame
7. Perseverance is the key to success: try to solve as many bogus papers as possible. Aspirants need to do mock tests online to get an idea of the actual scenario of the exam day. The NTA is to set up a large number of exercise centers, which are also accessible on Saturdays and Sundays. Since NEET 2020 may take place offline, candidates are advised to perform as many mock tests as possible.
Finally, keep in mind that strenuous learning can never produce fruitful results. Therefore, try to make your preparations routinely by having slots for each subject with reasonable break arrangements. Follow a nutritious diet and say a big NO to junk food. Try to get enough sleep for 8 hours.
Last but not least, stay focused and don’t be distracted by smartphones or colleagues. Stay away from social and entertainment media as much as possible. Remember, hard work, sweat, and determination make a dream come true. So take care of yourself!
(Saurabh Kumar is Director Academics, Vidyamandir Classes. The views expressed here are personal.)