NEET preparations : Best books
The NEET could be building up confusion in the heads of many aspirants. Are you too amongst the list of those who are confused between the various books to be referred in the preparation process?
We all have faced a similar situation while preparing for exams. With umpteen numbers of books, by various authors, it’s almost impossible to decide. But, here is a list of books to help you clear the examination with flying colours.
- Concepts of Physics by H.C.Verma
- NCERT Physics: CBSE PMT set of 3 Volumes by Anil Aggarwal
- Concept of Competition Physics for CBSE PMT by Aggarwals
- NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2
- Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
- Dinesh Chemistry
- Peter Atkins and Julio de Paula for Physical Chemistry
- Morrision Boyd for Organic Chemistry
- ABC chemistry
- Objective biology by Dinesh SC Verma (Part-1 and 2)
- NCERT- Biology Part 1 and Part 2
- GRB Bathla’s Publication’s for Biology (For theory and objective)
- Pradeep Publication’s Biology
- Trueman’s Biology (Theory)
While appearing for AIPMT exam, attempt all the questions, carefully. A correct answer in the exam will help in gaining four marks whereas a wrong answer will deduct one mark. The exam will consist of 180 objective type multiple choice questions to be answered in three hours.
The tips and tricks for attempting AIPMT exam are mentioned below:
– Understand the Syllabus throughly, specially which individual sections are important
– Cover all topics given in syllabus, avoid skipping any topic
– Prepare beginning from Class 11 syllabus before moving on to Class 12. Make sure you are clear on the basic concepts.
– Don’t hesitate to clear confusions from Class 11 even though you are in Class 12
– Begin your preparation as soon as possible
– First understand concepts from NCERT books before moving on to others.
– When selecting extra books to study from aim to focus more on question banks/ sample papers/ previous papers and buy text books for topics you have doubts in or are weak in.
– Make sure when you buy question banks/ sample papers/ previous year papers that answers are given. This way you can identify and improve on the sections you went wrong in.
– Create a quick revision sheet for each subject. Add points that are important and that you are likely to forget.
– Follow subject-wise study patterns instead of applying the same studying technique to all subjects for example use flow charts for Biology Processes, a formulae list for Physics numericals and mnemonics for Biology and Chemistry.
– Create a fresh study schedule every month based on your success or difficulty with the current study schedule.
– Try to study at least 2 subjects per day and increase to 3 subjects to get into the habit of thinking about all 3 subjects that will appear in the exam.
– Study diagrams, even though you won’t be asked to draw any diagram based questions may come.
– As NEET questions are not necessarily repeated it important to revise all topics carefully.
– Give extra attention to Biology 90 questions are based on it. Study Botany and Zoology equally.
– Practice Sample papers and previous year papers within the time limit you will be given at the exam.
– Revise at least twice.
The syllabus is based on topics from both Class XI and Class XII.