Soon after the board exams, be it medical or engineering, the entrance examinations will follow one after the other without giving the students any break. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to medical colleges or institutes spread across the country, will be conducted every year in May.
With one month to go to the prestigious national-level medical entrance examination, students have to combine the day and night to gain a medicine seat. We guess most of you aware of the NEET exam pattern and syllabus. Compared to the biology and chemistry sections in NEET, many students are faltering in the physics subject. This is not positive news for students who are aspiring for a seat in a medical college.
The physics section in NEET is more conceptual and there is no need to go beyond the syllabus. Here are some of the preparation tips to score well in the NEET physics section.
Understand The Concepts Clearly
One has to be clear with all the concepts in the subject in order to be a strong competitor. This tip is same for the other subjects also. Some of the important topics in physics are modern physics, electrodynamics, heat & thermodynamics and mechanics. Never keep any doubts in these topics because they take the lion's share in the question paper.
Master The Formulae
Undeniably, formulae are the backbone of physics. They keep on disturbing you at every part of the preparation, hence, learn them. Keep a small dairy for the formulae and give them a regular glance. Try to revise the formulae daily during this last month.
Never Ignore Your Weak Areas
Aspirants should not take a single chance when the competition is huge for the exam. Try to list all your weak areas and start mastering them one after the other. However, it is a good idea to start with the important topics rather than the less important ones.
Practise Is Key
Practise is key for every subject, specifically for physics. The more you practise the more you gain command over the concepts. Never ignore practising the problems and revising the concepts at any cost.
Aspirants should have a relaxed mind to master the physics subject, because they should deal with numericals besides concepts. Be focused and stay positive all the time while preparing specifically for the physics section.
Obviously, NCERT textbooks should be your primary books because the questions are directly picked from the textbooks. These books will also strengthen your understanding of the theoretical concepts. However, one should also refer to other books while practising the numerical problems.
The important books are:
- Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
- Physics by Schaum
We hope the above tips will help ease your tension regarding the NEET physics section. Keep following us for more articles on the NEET exam preparation.