NEET is the exam that secures you a seat in one of the medical colleges of India. Getting a seat in medical college not only secures your future but also earns respect for you in the society. Usually students start their preparation for cracking NEET from their mid school level. However, to get a seat in medical college through NEET is a tough job. One has to be completely dedicated to the preparation of NEET. Conceptual reading in a consistent way and practicing sample papers and last years’ question papers within the allotted time frame is a way to bring confidence among the candidates.
MCQs on each topic of every subject need to be practiced to get an idea about the pattern of questions from that particular topic and also how to answer them in a specified time. Biomass energy is one of the essential topics in NEET paper. It holds a good weightage of about 10-12% of all the topics that are included in Class 12 biology. Hence, special subject experts advise thorough attention to this topic with rigorous practice of MCQs.
Biomass as the name suggests consists of plant or animal material that can be used as a mass to generate heat or electricity. Biomass is basically used as a fuel for heat and electricity generation hence is often referred to as biofuel also.
MCQ on biomass energy which can appear in the NEET 2023 paper will be discussed in this article; prior to that, let’s get a brief introduction on Biomass energy.
The energy produced from the organic material coming from plants and animals is called biomass energy. It is a renewable source of energy and contains the sun’s energy in the storage form as plants absorb it during photosynthesis. The same energy is transferred to animals when they consume plants as food for survival. Biomass energy is chemical energy which is released as heat when biomass is burnt. Many times, biomass is converted to biogas or liquid biofuels (diesel or ethanol). Some of the examples of biomass which are used for obtaining biomass energy include wood, agricultural crops, waste plants and wood waste, animal manure, human sewage, etc.
What is NEET 2023?
NEET is the abbreviation used for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test and it is an entrance examination in India for all the students who aim for studying MBBS (undergraduate medical courses) and BDS (dental courses). Based on the score and performance, they can get admission in any of the Government or private medical colleges and dental colleges in India. NEET is a successor from AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test) examination. It was held across India for the first time in the year 2013. The NEET 2023 exam structure and pattern shall be the same as usual where a correct response will give 4 marks to the candidate and for negative marking, 1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer. However, no mark is deducted if the candidate has not attempted any question. The total time duration for the NEET examination is 3 hours.
NEET 2019 Paper Analysis for Biology
Over the years, students have been observing that Biology is relatively much easier from other subjects like Physics and Chemistry.
The NEET Biology paper will consist of a total of 90 questions: 45 questions from each section, Zoology and Botany. There will be 4 marks for every correct answer and negative one for every wrong answer.
It was observed in the NEET Examination that the Class 12 syllabus usually had more weightage in the paper.
Most of the questions are asked from the NCERT curriculum.
It is advised to students to go through each topic of biology thoroughly to attempt all questions in the NEET paper. Having the basics clear for Biology will help you attain above average marks and succeed in the examination.
A good speed and accuracy will help you fetch great numbers and it comes naturally to you with practice and frequent revisions.
Here, we are talking about MCQ on biomass energy and with our analysis, we have highlighted some of the samples for this topic in the following section.
Samples for Multiple Choice Questions for NEET
Let’s check out some of the MCQ on Biomass Energy that appear usually in the NEET paper. The meaning of the questions may remain the same with change in the sentence formation.