Important Chapters For NEET 2018 Exam - Subject Wise List Available

Published on : 11th July 2017
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Important Chapters for NEET 2018 Exam

One of the best preparation strategy for the NEET 2018 exam is to identify those areas of the syllabus from where most of the questions are asked. It is utmost important that a student should know about those chapters of the syllabus with higher weightage than others.

Below we are listing some of those chapters for all subjects- Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

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Important Chapters of Biology

In the NEET 2016 and 2017 exam most of the questions were from Biological Classification, Principles of Inheritance and Variation and morphology of flowering plants, Reproduction, Cell unit of life, Animal kingdom. Whereas very few questions came from Mineral Nutrition, Digestion and absorption, Biotechnology and Applications, Breathing and exchange of gases.

Important Subjects for NEET 2018 Exam

Also Read : How To Prepare Biology For NEET Exam 2018

Important Chapters of Physics

In the NEET 2016 and 2017 exam most of the questions in Physics were from the following chapters - Mechanical properties, Dual nature of matter and radiation, Magnetism and moving charges, Current and electricity, Thermodynamics, Work Power and Energy, Ray optics etc. Whereas there were only few questions asked from the chapters of Kinematics, Waves, Alternating Current, Electric Field, Semiconductor etc.

Also Read : Preparation Tips for NEET Exam 2018 Physics Section

Important Chapters of Chemistry

Some of the important chapters for the NEET 2016 and 2017 exams were - Basic concepts of Chemistry, Equilibrium, Chemical bonding, Coordination compounds, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids, Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes, the s, d and f block elements. Whereas least number of questions come from the chapters of Solutions, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers.

Also Read : How to Prepare Chemistry for NEET Exam 2018

In the NEET 2018 exam also the current trend of questions are expected to be followed.


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