Attention Candidates, NEET UG 2020 Application Form Notification has been released. NEET 2020 Exam will be held on 3rd May 2020. As you know that there are few months are left for the exam. Medical aspirants usually find NEET Chemistry Preparation be the most scoring part. NEET Chemistry is divided into three sections namely, Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. In comparison to Physics and Biology, Chemistry is most scoring. Therefore, the candidate must start NEET Chemistry Preparation.
When you start preparing for NEET Chemistry, it is quite obvious that it seems to be difficult but we have shared tips and tricks to help you out. In this article, we will discuss the NEET Chemistry Preparation.
Here are some important links related to NEET 2020 exam, check it out.
|Major Notification||Eligibility Criteria||Exam Pattern|
|Syllabus||Books||Previous Year Paper|
|Sample Paper||Admit Card||Test Series|
In NEET Chemistry section, around 36% of weightage is given to Inorganic Chemistry and Physical while 28% of weightage is given to Organic Chemistry portion. In order to enhance your chemistry preparation, it’s crucial to have thorough planning considering all your strengths, weaknesses and time availability for exam preparation.
If we talk about NEET 2017 question papers there were total 16 difficult, 15 moderate and 14 easy level questions. This implies that the questions varies between easy to moderate. A proper preparation strategy can easily help the students to extract maximum marks from this subject.
Based on last few years question paper analysis, we have figured out the most important topics for NEET Chemistry Prepration where the questions are generally asked in the examination.
|Organic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Physical Chemistry|
|Amines||D Block Elements||Atomic Structure|
|Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry||Coordination Compounds||Thermochemistry & Thermodynamics|
|Biomolecules||P Block Elements||Equilibrium|
|Environmental Chemistry||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||Redox Reactions & Electrochemistry|
|F Block Elements||States of Matter & Solutions||Nuclear Chemistry & Chemical Kinetics|
|Hydrocarbons and their substituents||Practical Chemistry||Surface Chemistry|
|Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen||Classification of Elements & Periodicity||Mole Concept & Stoichiometry|
|Polymers||Hydrogen and S Block Elements|
It’s the mathematical section for NEET Chemistry preparation. Learning the concepts is important for Physical Chemistry. It’s difficult to understand a numerical without understanding the related concepts. The students are suggested to have a strong grip on all the concepts shown in NCERT textbooks.
Maintain a list of important methods and practice questions regularly. From this section, the theory-based questions are quite less. However, with regular practice, you can score good marks from this section.
|Nuclear Chemistry and Atomic Structure||1||4|
|Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics||2||8|
|Solution and Colligative Properties||1||4|
The students are advised to learn and remember all the equations, formulas, and reactions given in NCERT textbooks. Remembering the names of various compounds that constitute reagents, subtracts etc. To gain command over this subject practice a variety of questions from reference books to get strong command on it.
|Alkyl Halide, Alcohol and Ether||2||8|
|General Organic Chemistry||3||12|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life||1||4|
|IUPAC & Isomerism||2||8|
|Practical Organic Chemistry||1||4|
It is the easiest section for NEET Chemistry preparation. Most of the students complete this section in very less time as numerical and formula-based questions are not asked in this section. The students are advised to understand the basic concepts taught in NCERT textbooks thoroughly.
|P and S block||2||8|
|D and F block||2||8|
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