Chemistry is comparatively easier than Physics. It is all about formulae. The medical aspirants are always scared of solving math. Physics is all about quantitative analysis whereas Chemistry is only about formulae. Mostly the questions of Chemistry are direct in nature, therefore it is easy to solve. In NEET exam, around 45 questions come from Chemistry, out of which the students have to focus on both class 11 and 12. No one can ignore any chapter across classes. One can omit two or three chapters from where questions do not come usually but that do not mean the students will not focus on those chapters.
The ways of preparation
• Practice previous year’s test papers for a better understanding of the question patterns. From next year onwards, the National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to conduct NEET examination. Therefore, maybe the difficulty level can be increased, but the syllabus will be the same.
• With continuous practice of test papers, the students can understand the question pattern. Even any reputed coaching centre will not give any kind of coming of similar questions. The students can get an idea of the questions, but none of the questions will be similar.
• NCERT books will be helpful in understanding what kind of questions come for the exam. With regular practice, one can easily grasp the concepts.
• Regular mock tests are another way of preparing yourself. Through mock tests, you can get a variety of questions along with you can manage your time. Time management is another huge area of focus. Within 180 minutes, one has to answer accurately as many questions as required. Therefore, your target will be in answering most of the questions accurately. For securing a seat in a government medical college, you have to score a minimum of 550+ marks. As it is a huge number, then for that you have to score good marks in Chemistry.
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