Physics is always considered the toughest subject by NEET aspirants. Most of the students do not score good marks in Physics subjects and this is the main reason why Physics is considered as the toughest subject. It requires a clear understanding of concepts. Formulas should be on your tips to solve Physics questions but it doesn’t mean that candidate does not score good marks in physics. They do! And in this blog, we will discuss some important points that can help you ace this exam with flying colors.
- Physics score plays a major role in deciding your overall rank. First, know your syllabus and memorize the syllabus well. Divide the important chapters based on the weightage of marks. Revision should be an important part of your timetable.
- To score good marks you should read your class notes multiple times and should always focus on the concept instead of memorizing the things without understanding them. Make a separate notebook for formulas, and key points, key points should be specific for each chapter.
- Solve the previous year’s question paper. Sometimes 7–8 questions are directly asked from the previous year’s papers. Make it a habit to solve 1 previous year’s question paper daily. Previous year question papers give you an idea about the type of questions generally asked in the exam.
- Mock tests help you to improve your score and they will also boost your confidence. Attempt the mock tests seriously and analyze your mistakes. Mock tests give you an idea about the current scenario of the question.
- Revision is the most important part of any preparation. Make a habit to revise all the topics that you read earlier.
- Take a healthy diet and give proper time to exercise as well. It will keep you healthy and stress-free.
- Always solve questions from high-weightage chapters like motion in a straight line, laws of motion, gravitational, solid-state, and Thermodynamics ( most important ) first. Every year there are questions on the topics like thermodynamics, waves and oscillation, electrostatic, magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, and modern physics. If you don’t have enough time then just solve the previous year questions for modern physics.
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