NEET eligibility criteria
Source: India.com

The National Eligibility and Entrance Test – UG (NEET-UG) will be conducted by the National Examination Agency (NTA) on 1 August. According to previous years’ paper analysis, about 45 questions are asked in NEET-UG from Chemistry, 45 from Physics, and 90 from Biology. These questions are based on the subjects taught in class X to class XII.

But in the session 2020-21, CBSE has reduced the syllabus by 30 percent in view of the impact on the education of students due to the corona epidemic. Now students are confused that they have to read the entire syllabus for the preparation of the NEET (UG) examination or amended by CBSE

According to last year’s paper analysis, 92% of the questions were concept-based. Most of these questions were asked from Direct NCERT. In such a situation, students will have to pay special attention to NCERT. There is no official statement yet on the deduction of the syllabus by the NTA. Therefore, students should read the complete syllabus.

Expert Ravi Gautam says that CBSE reduced the syllabus by about 30 percent of the twelfth-grade syllabus. But CBSE has reduced sub-topics rather than removing entire chapters. The benefit of which will be given only to students preparing for the board examination. Because in the NCERT theory descriptive questions are asked in the board exams. At the same time talk about the NEET UG exam, then 25 percent of it is based on the application. To solve these, it is necessary to read all the sub-topics.

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Chemistry: Chemical Kinetics, Equilibrium, Mole Concepts, Redox, Solutions, Atomic Structures, Chemical Bonding, S& P Block Elements, Coordination Compounds, General Organic Chemistry, Halides, Oxygen, and Nitrogen-Containing Organic Compounds, Bio-Molecules and Polymers.

Biology: Diversity in Living Organism, Human Physiology, Reproduction, Genetics, Evolution, Biology in Human Welfare, Cell and Cell Division, and Biotechnology.

Physics: Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics, Current Electricity, Magnetism, and Electromagnetic Induction and Modern.

 

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