Here we have tips for the coming NEET 2023 examination
The National Eligibility Cum Admission Test, or NEET-UG, is regarded as one of the toughest entrance exam tests in India with over 18 lakh applications each year. And although only a small percentage of these applicants are accepted into the best medical schools in the nation, demand for extra seats for the very competitive medical test rises every year.
NEET 2023 is anticipated to take place in the months of June or July, continuing the trend from the previous year (official confirmation of the NEET 2023 final date is still pending). However, due to the intense rivalry among students, many of them have already begun to study for the test.
To pass and ace the medical test, it is crucial to put months of study into practice and carry out a well-thought-out plan.
Pattern of examination
Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are the three disciplines that the NEET UG Exam covers (Botany & Zoology). There will be a total of 200 questions for the applicants, 180 of which must be answered in the allotted three hours in order to get the maximum possible score of 720. The syllabus encompasses Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Biology and covers the whole NCERT curriculum for Classes XI and XII.
Each objective question will be worth four points, and the candidate will earn four points for a correct response, while a negative point will be deducted for a wrong one.
Entrance examinations are more about patience, smart time management, and techniques for memorising crucial areas that carry the most weight than they are about hard labour.
Physics: Waves and sound, thermodynamics, kinematics, gravity, capacitors and electrostatics, magnetics, electromagnetic induction, fluids, heat, optics, and modern physics.
Chemistry: Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Biomolecules and Polymers along with the Periodic Table, Chemical Kinetics.
Biology: Cell cycle and cell division, sexual reproduction in flowering plants, biotechnology and its applications, biodiversity and conservation, photosynthesis in higher plants that can have a significant impact, and human reproduction.