The National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET) is an all-India qualification and entrance exam for MBBS and BDS programs all over India. The main subjects to consider while preparing for NEET are Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Zoology and Botany). The 180 question exam is an objective type entrance exam wherein questions have one correct option among four.
For this three-hour exam, you have the option of choosing one of the 13 languages allowed to write. The 720 marks exam is based on a negative marking scheme where 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer, and 1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer. We at IIB are known for our specialized guidance in Physics for NEET along with training the candidates for glory in other subjects, making them one of the best physics classes in Maharashtra.
Physics is a subject that is considered a nightmare among many students. Most medical aspirants don’t like to opt for mathematics due to a fear of the involvement of a heavy number. Physics is a subject with many mathematical references and therefore regains fear among candidates. It is very important to understand that the two subjects may look similar but are very different from each other. Unlike mathematics which is all about formulas, Physics is a subject that requires a lot of understanding of concepts and ideas.
While appearing for NEET, Physics is divided into two sections. Section A consists of 35 questions, while section B consists of 15 questions. The minimum criteria are attempting at least 10 questions.
NEET Physics Preparation
Physics is a concept-based subject, and to understand it, it is very necessary to understand the concepts. A candidate having their concepts unclear will find it difficult to learn physics. A usual tactic used by most candidates is the attempt to learn these concepts by solving more questions related to them, but they often fail in it.
AT IIB, we focus more on teaching the concepts and then the derivation, which could be considered the correct logic behind physics. This particular tactic will help you prepare better for NEET physics and solve most questions with ease. Whereas an incorrect idea of the fundamental concepts will affect your NEET Physics preparation.
Physics covers just 25 percent of the question paper, so spending most of your time solving them may not be a good idea. Aspirants should be able to divide the time equally among the three subjects in the exam.
NEET Physics Coaching from IIB
IIB is a renowned institute for NEET physics coaching in Maharashtra. With training medical aspirants being a forte, IIB is a pioneer and one of its kind institutes in Maharashtra, focusing only on medical coaching. IIB is considered to be one of the best medical training centres in India with a record of successfully moulding careers of more than 15000 aspirants. With branches in Latur and Nanded, IIB has been successful in training local students and assisting them with scoring better than others to make their medical dreams come true. IIB is also known for its distance learning curriculum developed by our experts which has allowed aspirants from all over India to get proper guidance to start their medical careers. IIB has a proven record of triumphantly training and producing results among medical aspirants.