Vagisha Kaushik|Dec 5, 2023
NEET 2021 exam in August; Know important chapters
Prepare for NEET 2021 with better strategies. Know the important chapters from NEET subject list.
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is about to conduct NEET 2021 on August 1. However, the NEET 2021 application form is yet to be released on the official website - ntaneet.nic.in. With just a few months left for NEET 2021 exam, aspirants should prepare well to crack the NEET exam.
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NEET preparation in the last few months requires smart strategies that need to be followed to get benefitted. Covering the entire syllabus for NEET 2021 might be difficult, thus, candidates should focus on covering important and high weightage NEET chapters. As per the experts, there are some important chapters from the NEET subjects list, which aspirants can focus more on.
Subject wise important chapters for NEET 2021
Aspirants can go through the NEET important chapters from below.
Basic Mathematics (Differentiation, Integration and Vectors)
Kinematics (Graph based Questions are a must)
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
General Organic Chemistry
D and F block elements
Cell and Cell Division
Genetics and evolution
Strategies to prepare for NEET 2021
Students who are appearing for NEET 2021 are advised to study and revise the NEET 2021 syllabus with a proper strategy for better results. Here are some better NEET 2021 preparation tips, which aspirants can go through.
Students should make a list of all the relevant formulae for solving numerical problems in physics. It will also be beneficial to look over some of the solved examples of numerical.
Use a similar approach for physical chemistry and for organic and inorganic chemistry. Make a list of important reagents and rules which will be helpful for a quick revision.
Students should have flow charts prepared for the mechanism and physiology sections of biology. Before beginning to answer the questions, one must first go over them.
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