NEET 2020, National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET – UG) till the last week of May, 2020, due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. Considering the hardship faced by aspirants in making corrections in the particulars of the Online NEET 2020 application form sue to Coronavirus. Authorities has re-opened the correction window facility for making corrections in NEET application form from April 1 to 14, 2020.
Therefore, it is just the right time to make a schedule with the right books in hand and prepare for the entrance exam.
NEET is quite naturally considered to be one of the country’s largest and most competitive entrance exams. For a test like NEET MBBS, aspirants usually start preparing for a year or two in advance. At the preliminary step, there are multiple options for the students but the right guidance is of utmost importance.
Best Books For NEET 2020
If one is aiming to crack NEET 2020, choosing the best books for NEET 2020 is undoubtedly the most essential part of the preparation journey.
Aspirants preparing for NEET 2020 must keep in mind that NCERT books of Class 11 and 12 should be considered as the bible for each section. NCERT books will clear the basic concepts for each section. AIIMS MBBS AIR 1 Bhavik Bansal, who also bagged AIR 2 in NEET said “Medical candidates should consider NCERT as the Bhagvat Gita as it has the basic of all Syllabus. “He further added, “I found most of the students focusing on 10% of the questions which will be asked out of the Syllabus. However, If you will go with the 90% questions asked from NCERT concepts, there will be no one stopping you to get Admission in the best government MBBS/BDS college of India.
NEET Syllabus 2020 in Brief
|Gravitation||Basic Concepts of Chemistry||Diversity in the Living World|
|Kinematics||States of Matter||Genetics and Evolution|
|Laws of Motion||Thermodynamic||Cell structure and function|
|Optics||Equilibrium||Classification of Plants and Animals|
|Thermodynamics||Redox Reactions||Human Physiology|
|Physical World and Measurement||Periodic table||Reproduction|
|Work, Energy and Power||Electrochemistry||Plant physiology|
|Waves and Oscillations||Chemical Kinetics||Biotechnology|
|Current Electricity||Biomolecules||Biology and Human Welfare|
|Atoms and Nuclei||Polymer||Ecology|
Best Books for NEET 2020 – PHYSICS
- NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
- Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma
- Objective Physics by DC Pandey
- Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
- Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
- Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
Best Books for NEET 2020 – Chemistry
- NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
- Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
- ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
- Dinesh Chemistry Guide
- Practice books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)
Best Books for NEET 2020 for Biology
- NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII textbooks
- Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman
- Objective Biology by Dinesh
- Objective Botany by Ansari
- Pradeep Guide on Biology
- GR Bathla publications for Biology
NEET 2020 HIGHLIGHTS
|Test Name||National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)|
|Directing Body||Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)|
|Method of Exam||Offline|
|Subjects||Physics, Chemistry and Biology|
|Time Limit||3 hours|
|Total Number of Questions||180|
|Marks per Questions||4 marks|
|Negative Marking||1 mark for the wrong answer; 0 for unattempted answers|
|Courses Offered||MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses|
|1||NCERT Biology of Class XI & Xll||NCERT|
|2||Trueman’s Objective Biology for NEET – Vol. I & ll||Trueman Publication|
|3||Objective NCERT at your FINGERTIPS for NEET – AIIMS – Biology||MTG Editorial Board|
|4||Concepts of Physics||H.C. Verma|
|5||NCRT Physics Textbooks||NCERT|
|6||D C Pandey Objective Physics for NEET||D C Pandey|
|7||NCERT Chemistry Textbooks||NCERT|
|8||GRB A Textbooks of Physical Chemistry for NEET||O.P. Tandon|
|9||Elementary Problems in Organic Chemistry for NEET / AIIMS||M.S. Chauhan|
NEET Preparation Tips
- Aspirants should give preference to the topics with maximum weight age.
- They should prepare handy notes for all the three subjects.
- Regular revision is important.
- Aspirants should have a proper study plan and stick to it.
Top Tips for Using NEET Books
- Begin with NCERT NEET books and then move on to others.
- Read NCERT as well as other Reference NEET books page to page.
- No matter how long the Syllabus, do not indulge in the selective study.
- Attempt as many mock tests as you can.
- Make time and evaluate your performance in the end.
Strategy for Reading NEET Books
Start from the beginning and choose the subject you’ve good at initially. Once you gain confidence in certain areas, move immediately to a concept and a subject that is your weakness. Invest a good amount of time in understanding and later practicing questions on the concept. The key to scoring good marks by NEET books is to prepare them well. Rote learning is to be avoided at all costs. Keep alternating your preparation between NEET books from a weak subject and a strong subject. This way you’ll create a balance.
Note: Avoid using multiple books and material in your preparation.
Referencing multiple sources, books and study materials, for similar topics and chapters, uses a lot of cognitive load of the memory. Quality matters more than quantity in NEET preparation.
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