What are the Most Important Chapters for NEET?

  • Feb 21,2020

Here is the list of NEET important chapters and topics in all the three subjects which you should practice and focus more on. Getting good in these important chapters will help you to plan and strategize your preparation for the Exams.

Most Important chapters for NEET 2020 Physics

The most important topic for NEET Physics from class 11th syllabus is Mechanics from which an average 11-12 questions are asked in NEET each year.

You need to practice topics such as Semi-conductors, Heat and Thermodynamics, Laws of Motion, Kinematics, Work Energy & Power and Rotational Motion.

Current Electricity & Magnetism, Electrostatics, and Optics are also very key chapters for NEET 2020. 

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Most Important chapters for NEET 2020 Chemistry

Organic Chemistry chapters are important for NEET. This section carries more weightage in the NEET exam. So, the understanding of the concepts of Organic Chemistry is mandatory. Here are some the following important topics for NEET Chemistry:

- Equilibrium

- Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure

- Electrochemistry

- Chemical Kinetics

- Coordination Compounds

- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

- S, P, D and F Block Elements

- Hydrocarbons

- Atomic structure

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Important chapters for NEET 2020 Biology

Ecology is the most important topic for NEET Biology from which an average, 12-15 questions are asked in the NEET exam every year. This is easy and the most scoring topic in biology.

Around 20-25 questions are asked from Human Physiology and Plant physiology in the NEET exam. These topics need understanding of concept, as more application-based questions are asked in the exam. 

Genetics & Evolution is another key chapter for NEET. Cell structure & Function chapter carries a good weightage. Biotechnology is a small topic, easy to understand but quite scoring.

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