Know the syllabus and exam pattern of NEET 2020

May 10 2020 08:00 PM
Know the syllabus and exam pattern of NEET 2020

There is a relief news for students waiting for NEET exam dates. Please tell that on May 5, 2020, the dates for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination i.e. NEET 2020 have been announced. This exam will be held on 26 July 2020. At the same, 26 lakh students will be included in the examination.

Neat 2020 syllabus will be based on a common syllabus prescribed by MCI (Medical Council of India). You can collect general syllabus from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology subjects of 11th and 12th. This will be determined after review of various state syllabus as well as CBSE, NCERT & COBSE.

NEET Syllabus for Physics 2020
It is believed that out of all the sections of the NEET exam, Physics section is the most difficult, it is necessary to have extensive knowledge about each concept and topic to solve its questions. This section consists of 45 questions of 180 marks. Most of these questions are about electrostatics, mechanics and electronics. Find more information related to Physics syllabus and books in the table below.

NEET Syllabus for Chemistry 2020
There will be a total of 45 questions of 180 marks in Chemistry section. The table below lists the important topics and best books for class 11 and 12 to improve the preparation for the chemistry section of NEET 2020.

NEET Syllabus for Biology 2020
The Biology section consists of 90 questions of 360 marks, so it is necessary to say that the candidates should pay more attention to this section. In the list of best biology books for NEET 2020, such books are included in the table below which will help the examinee to remember the concepts and prepare objective questions. Must read NCERT's XI and XII class Biology textbooks, among other essential books included in the list of best books for the 2020 examination.

6 Month Neat Preparation Tips

1. Separate the topics of the Nit 2020 syllabus into easy, hard and easy to read sections.

2. Learn easy with a difficult topic and set aside time to learn new topics.

3. After preparing the topic properly, test yourself by solving the questions of this topic from the questions given at the end of it and the previous year's question papers.

4. If you have missed something or you have not answered well, then study it again.

5. Get confidence in the topics read till now and read the next topic.

6. Keep preparing with NCERT Books.

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