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How to Prepare For NEET 2022 Physics | with Best NEET Books

by MTG BOOKS Book Publisher - NEET, JEE MAIN

As NEET 2021 concludes and the candidates are now waiting for the result declaration. The candidates that appeared in the NEET exam have shared that out of the 4 subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology; Physics being the toughest one for the year 2021. The Physics question paper consists of more numeric-type questions rather than based on theoretical concepts.

For the students or the candidates aspiring for NEET 2022, it is important to learn about the strategies about How to prepare for NEET 2022 Physics, Check out this blog post to know more about your chapter wise weightage, exam pattern, and some of the best NEET books to follow for Physics.

Here I am sharing the *chapter-wise weightage of questions that are asked in NEET 2021 from the Physics section are as follows:

  • ·         Mechanics- 11
  • ·         Electrostatics and electricity-10
  • ·         Modern Physics and electronics- 8
  • ·         Magnetism- 6
  • ·         Optics- 4
  • ·         Heat and Thermodynamics- 4
  • ·         Oscillation and waves- 2

*The above data may vary from other sources.

 

What will be the Exam Pattern for NEET 2022 Physics?


The NEET exam is of Objective type test with questions having one option correct. The exam consists of 180 questions as segregated below:

 

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

Duration

Marking scheme

Physics

Section A: 35

Section B: 15

140

40

 

 

 

3 hours

[Pen & paper mode]

 

 

Each correct answer is awarded 4 marks/ 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer

Chemistry

Section A: 35

Section B: 15

140

40

Biology:

·         Zoology

 

·         Botany

 

Section A: 35

Section B: 15

Section A: 35

Section B: 15

 

140

40

140

40

 

 

What should be your Study Plan for NEET 2022 Physics?

Priorities NCERT


The NEET syllabus is completely based on NCERT textbooks, so it is really important to priorities NCERT while preparing for NEET 2022. It will give you a deeper understanding of core concepts. To get into the core study of concepts you may read through Objective NCERT at your Fingertips Physics. This book gives you immense MCQs to practice that is directly based on NCERT.


Comprehensive Learning:


Once you are done with NCERT it's time to move forward for deeper learning as the Physics subject is based on theorem, derivation, and Numerical, so only theoretical learning will not going help in excelling in NEET Physics 2022. Here I recommend MTG complete NEET Guide. This book is very useful for complete learning of NEET syllabus also considered being as one of the best physics book for neet as it provides chapter-wise theory along with previous years' question segregated chapter wise-topicwise. This is another way that will give an insight into chapter and topic weightage.

 

Indulge yourself in Mock Practice:


With elaborative learning, it is equally important to make time to practice from mock tests or previous year papers Practicing mock tests is definitely a very important part of your NEET preparation as it helps you find your strengths and weaknesses out.

 

Make Revision Notes:


For Physics, once you've got a firm grasp on all of the concepts, formulae, and derivations, you ought to begin making notes of key formulae, derivations, and key points to recollect and revise. As there are many numerical problems in physics, aspirants must solve a minimum of 100 problems per day to realize a better score. These notes are going to be extremely useful for your revision period.

 

Conclusion:

It is recommended to always analyze your preparation to build more strength in it. We wish you all the very best and wish you may achieve success in NEET 2022.

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