Important chapters of the Ace Physics paper
When it comes to preparing physics for NEET, it must be understood that this subject is an interesting mixture of concepts and digital. Preparation for this topic should be centered around two fundamental goals: gaining conceptual clarity and applying concepts to effectively solve numerical problems.
As with any competition, for NEETs as well, the mantra for all students should be “effective preparation equals excellent performance”.
When it comes to NEET, Physics is generally considered the toughest and hardest subject to score mentally. However, a thorough analysis of the questions from the previous year gave some advice on how to score well in the subject:
• NCERT: the basics are beautiful: Students should carefully read the NCERT. When perusing the NCERT physics books, be sure to read between the lines. The student should, when reading the NCERT, try to get into the mind of the examiner and try to identify the concepts and lines, from where the questions can be asked. Also, NCERT exercises should not be skipped as they contain very interesting and concept-clarifying problems. It should be noted that in 2021, the majority of physics questions were directly or indirectly based on the NCERT.
• Less is more: It is very easy to wander around and get lost in the myriad of books available on the market today. Although, as one practices a large number of questions, the understanding of the subject increases, the quality of the questions attempted should not be underestimated. The student should stick to the relevant books such as NCERT and study material. With a few months to go, we can’t afford to lose track at all.
• It is practice makes perfect: As physics is a numerical heavy subject, practicing more and more grade questions will improve the student’s understanding of the subject. The student must solve in depth all the questions from the previous year and also try the NEET articles from the previous year as mock tests. Students must attempt the series of tests available to them and resolve all doubts related to the test attempted before the next test.
• Units and measures
• Laws of motion
• Work, energy and power
• System of Particular and Rotation of Movement
• Mechanical properties of fluids
• Current electricity
• Moving charges and magnetism
• Ray optics and optical instruments
• Wave optics
• Dual nature and radiation of matter
To summarize, key physics prep tips include focusing on fundamental concepts, practicing applying those concepts through extensive problem solving so that no question seems like a new format. Studying the NCERT is the must-have foundation and practicing through series of tests in a time-dependent format is a must.
The article is written by Anurag Tiwari
National Academic Director, Medicine
Aakash Educational Services Ltd.
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