NEET 2021 - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
NEET Mock Test
1. What is the NEET Exam?
Ans: NEET or NEET-UG which stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) is an all India entrance examination in India. NEET exam was previously known as AIPMT or the All India Pre-Medical Test. Students who seek admission in the undergraduate medical courses (MBBS and BDS) in any government or private colleges in India appear for NEET exam. This exam is held every year under the authorization of the National Testing Agency.
2. How to Prepare for the NEET Exam?
Ans: There are certain parameters to be kept in mind while selecting books for NEET preparation. Firstly, the book you choose should clear all your basic concepts and secondly it should be precise enough to help you solve the required number of questions in the provided time.
Once you are thorough with your preparation, it is of utmost importance to solve NEET Sample question papers and previous year question papers. You get a real-time experience of the actual exam and become aware of your weak areas and problem-solving speed.
3. What are the Best Books for NEET Exam?
Ans: Every student has around 6-7 months in hand to prepare for NEET 2021 and this thought can be a bit overwhelming at times. In order to crack NEET with ease, every student generally needs a time span of 1 -1.5 years and the right set of books. Below is the list of books that one can refer for the NEET exam preparation.
Class XI and Class XII NCERT Physics - NCERT
Objective Physics - D.C. Pandey
Concept of Physics - H.C. Verma
Fundamental Physics - Pradeep
Class XI and Class XII NCERT Chemistry - NCERT
Physical Chemistry - O P Tandon
Concise Organic Chemistry - JD Lee
Organic Chemistry - Morrison and Boyd
Class XI and XII Biology Textbooks - NCERT
Biology Volume 1 and 2 - Trueman
Objective Biology - Dinesh
Biology - Pradeep Publications
4. Give Me an Overview of the NEET Biology Syllabus.
Ans: NEET Biology syllabus consists of Class 11th and Class 12th syllabus. Check the list of chapters below.
Diversity in the Living World
Structural organization – Plants and Animals
Cell Structure and Function
Genetics and Evolution
Biology and Human welfare
Biotechnology and its applications
Ecology and environment