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On: 22nd January 2017, 23:03 PM
BIOTECH 1

I AM NON-MEDICAL STUDENT BUT HAVE BIOTECH SUBJECT I WANT TO DE MEDICAL SO HOW I WILL PREPARE

 

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If you want to pursue MBBS then you have to appear for NEET exam. For appearing in NEET you should have 50% average marks in P/C/B. **Below are a few tips provided on how to crack NEET** Download past few years' papers of AIPMT and see the pattern. By now you must be aware of the concepts and now need to focus on practicing the problems (like conceptual/numerical questions in Physics). For Biology and Chemistry, read from NCERT books Join a crash course (if possible), where you will learn about the important NEET topics and you can clear your doubts using a professional help For those studying on their own, in last couple of weeks before the exam, focus on revision As the exam is more Biology centric, you must allot at least 2 weeks to it for proper revision and one week each for Physics and Chemistry While you prepare, create notes formula sheet for Physics, footnotes carrying important keywords for Biology and equations sheet for Chemistry, you can then solve papers and mock test in the remaining days of your revision. Mock test will help you assess the level of your preparation and will give you a better understanding the exam In the end, just go through all the key words you've noted previously so as to revise every concept as quickly as possible. Remember keep the last day of preparation light yet productive. **The important chapters of each subject ** **Physics: **Oscillations and Waves, Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics and Current Electricity. **Chemistry: **Organic Chemistry (IUPAC nomenclature is a key type of question), Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Equilibrium, Biomolecules, Aldehydes Ketones Carboxylic Acids, Alcohol Phenol Ether and Chemical Kinetics. **Biology: **The Living World, Biological Classification, Chemical Control and Integration, Principles of Inheritance And Variation, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Cell and Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants.
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