NCERT Tablet:- Best Handbook for NEET Biology Latest Edition
NTA has postponed NEET 2020 until the last week of May and is now allowing candidates to change the exam center, and make corrections in the application form. The last date for changing center, and making corrections at ntaneet.nic.in is May 3, 2020 (11.50 pm). Then, after assessing the (coronavirus) situation, the new exam date, admit card release date will be announced. Students must focus on studies and utilize this time for preparation. The exam pattern, syllabus (there is no change in the syllabus!), preparation strategy, previous year question papers, are all here for the same.
NEET is among one of the toughest exam on the planet with a selection rate of less than 1%. This very fact makes it very important that you understand that hard work is not sufficient. NCERT Tablet is equally important that you have a clear understanding of important topics, and know where to focus on and what to ignore. We have seen students struggling with the vast syllabus, not knowing where to focus on. To save you from that struggle, we have made NEET Toppers Notes, a collection of best notes written by previous NEET toppers. Free Download NCERT Tablet.
What makes handwritten notes so valuable is the fact that:
The flow of the notes matches the way a topic is taught in the class by an expert teacher.
Most important concepts highlighted which help you determine what to focus on during the first read.
- Flow Charts for easy and better understanding
- Short, concise points – easy to remember
- Completely updated NCERT Till 2020
- All 38 Chapters Covered
Tips and Tricks for NEET (AIPMT) exam:
- Prepare the entire syllabus—work, especially on important individual sections.
- Cover all topics given in the syllabus, avoid skipping any topic
- Clear your basic concepts. Prepare for the exam in a systematic order. Start from the Class 11 syllabus before moving on to Class 12.
- Don’t hesitate to clear confusion from Class 11 even though you are in Class 12.
- Begin your preparation as soon as possible
- First, understand concepts from NCERT books before moving on to others.
- When selecting other books to study from, aim to focus more on Question banks/ sample papers/ previous papers and buy textbooks for topics you have doubts in or are weak in.
- Make sure when you buy question banks/ sample papers/ previous year papers that answers are given. This way, you can identify and improve on the sections you went wrong in.
- Create a quick revision sheet for each subject. Add points that are important and that you are likely to forget.
- Follow subject-wise study patterns instead of applying the same studying technique to all subjects, for example, use flow charts for Biology Processes, a formulae list for Physics numerical and mnemonics for Biology and Chemistry.
- Create a new study schedule every month based on your success or difficulty with the current study schedule.
- Try to study at least 2 subjects per day and increase to 3 subjects to get into the habit of thinking about all 3 subjects that will appear in the exam.
- Study diagrams, even though you won’t be asked to draw any diagram based questions may come.
- As NEET (AIPMT) questions are not necessarily repeated; it important to revise all topics carefully.
- Give extra attention to Biology 90 questions are based on it. Study Botany and Zoology equally.
- Practice Sample papers and previous year papers within the time limit you will be given at the exam.
- Revise at least twice.
BOOK NAME – NCERT TABLET:- BEST HANDBOOK FOR NEET BIOLOGY
AUTHOR – DR HARIOM GANGWAR
SIZE – 1.3MB
PAGES – 23
The syllabus is based on topics from both Class XI and Class XII.
Physics – 45 questions:
Class XI: Physical World and Measurement; Kinematics; Laws of Motion; Work, Energy, and Power; Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body; Gravitation; Properties of Bulk Matter; Thermodynamics; Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory; Oscillations and Waves
Class XII: Electrostatics; Current Electricity; Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism; Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents; Electromagnetic Waves; Optics; Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation; Atoms and Nuclei; Electronic Devices
Chemistry – 45 questions
Class XI: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry; Structure of Atom; Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties; Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure; States of Matter: Gases and Liquids; Thermodynamics; Equilibrium; Redox Reactions; Hydrogen; s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline Earth metals); Some p-Block Elements; Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques; Hydrocarbons; Environmental Chemistry
Class XII: Solid State; Solutions; Electrochemistry; Chemical Kinetics; Surface Chemistry; General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements; p-Block Elements; d and f Block Elements; Coordination Compounds; Haloalkanes and Haloarenes; Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers; Aldehydes, Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids; Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen; Biomolecules; Polymers; Chemistry in Everyday Life
Biology – 90 questions
Class XI: Diversity in Living World; Structural Organization in Animals and Plants; Cell Structure and Function; Plant Physiology; Human Physiology
Class XII: Reproduction; Genetics and Evolution; Biology and Human Welfare; Biotechnology and its Applications; Ecology and Environment
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