NEET 2021: Exam Is On 12th September, Prepare With These 5 Strategies To Crack Physics Subject

NEET 2021 will be conducted on 12 September. Although the students have been demanding postponement of the exam, but the authorities have ruled out further postponement of the medical entrance exam. In such a situation, now the candidates preparing for the exam have very little time left. Medical aspirants generally consider Physics as the toughest subject. Let’s know here the tips and strategy to crack Physics subject.

NEE 2021: Prepare with this strategy for best score in Physics

strategy 1- It is important to identify the topics and chapters with the highest weightage
The first step to crack the Physics section is to identify the topics and basic concepts of the chapters with the highest weightage. Based on the previous year analysis, some of the most important topics for NEET 2021 include- Units and Measurement, Law of Motion, Work Energy and Power, System of Particular and Rotation of Motion, Gravitation, Mechanical Properties of Fluids, Thermodynamics, Waves, Current Electricity, Moving Charges and Magnetism, Ray Optics and Optical Instruments, Wave Optics, Dual Nature and Radiation of Matter, and Semiconductors.

strategy 2-of your memory do the exercise
Out of all the questions in this section, there are many which are factual or memory based. So, go through your testbooks thoroughly and try to recall all the important points. Correcting these questions not only gives you confidence but also helps you to score marks efficiently in very less time.

strategy 3- all necessary Build a Bank of Formulas
Around 20-25 questions in NEET are direct application of standard formulas. However, time constraints will not allow you to get those formulas during the exam. Therefore, it is very important that all the standard formulas should be on your tongue. For this, you should remember all the formulas and revise them regularly, so that there is no confusion. An easy way to memorize formulas is to make a formula chart and stick it on the wall in front of your study table so that it stays in front of your eyes and stays fresh in your mind too.

strategy 4- time management essential
Physics section in NEET consists of 45 questions. Candidates should set a target to solve all the questions within 55-60 minutes. So apart from memorizing the correct formula, you also need to bring speed in solving problems. Learning how to calculate fast and make proper estimations wherever relevant are some of the tricks that can help in answering with speed. Practice tests should be attempted regularly to memorize all the formulas better.

strategy 5- Our result analyze
Practice tests don’t matter if they are not analyzed later. After each practice test, do an in-depth analysis of the paper. More importantly, identify those questions which you could not solve and the questions for which you gave wrong answers and also know why you made such a mistake. Make sure to identify these minor mistakes for each topic and take care to avoid them in the upcoming exams.

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