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As a national level examination, the difficulty level of the exam is high. Hence, the aspirants should have a clear understanding of the NEET 2020 Syllabus. While preparing for the exam keep the focus on the important topics for NEET from each section. Moreover, to get a high score in NEET 2020 exam, the students should memorize the formulae, chemical equations, and should practice the important diagrams as well.
Update: NEET 2020 Admit card will be released before 15 days of the exam date.
For NEET 2020 Preparation, students should know the NEET exam pattern in advance. Here you will get the important topics for NEET 2020 which you need to prepare. Approximately 16 lakhs students have applied for it. Therefore, to keep your name in the top position of the merit list, you should have a good grip on the high weightage chapters. Furthermore, NEET 2020 score will be used for taking admission into the AYUSH and 15% Veterinary program.
NEET aspirants should follow the best books, which are recommended by the toppers of the previous years for getting high scores. Hence, you should check preparation tips for your better understanding. All aspirants must know the most important topics and least important topics to prepare better for the exam.
NEET Chapter-wise weightage & Important Topics
Read the following content to find out the complete list of important topics of Chemistry, Physics and Biology. The aspirants can also check the correction chapter-wise weightage and the difficulty level of the topics. The academic experts have classified the NEET topics as per their priority.
- Low weightage
- Medium weightage
- High weightage
Physics Important topics
The aspirants have to answer 45 questions from Physics. Find the following content to understand the respective weightage of the chapters from class XI and XII NEET Physics syllabus.
|Low Weightage||Medium weightage||High Weightage|
|Units and Dimensions||Motion in one dimension||Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating current|
|Work, Energy and Power||Newton’s Laws of Motion||Ray optics|
|Thermal Properties of Matter, Calorimetry and Kinetic Theory of Gases||Circular motion||Rotational Motion|
|Photo-electric effect and electromagnetic waves||Heat Transfer||Laws of Thermodynamics|
|Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity||Properties of Matter and Fluid Mechanics||Magnetic Effects of Current|
|Center of Mass and Momentum Conservation (Collision)||Waves and sounds||Current Electricity|
|Experimental Physics||Atomic Structure in Modern Physics||Semiconductors and Communication system|
|Oscillations||Gravitation||Classical Magnetism and Magnetic Properties of Matter|
|Motion in 2 dimensions and projectile motion||Wave Optics||–|
Chapter-Wise Weightage for Physics Section
So, all the important topics along with their weight-age that can come in the examination are explained below:
Physics Weightage of various NEET Topics in the previous year question papers
|Chapters & Topics||Average no. of Questions from the chapter||Weightage of the chapter and topic|
|Centre of Mass||1||1%|
|Laws of Motion||3||7%|
|Mechanics of Solids & Fluids||2||3%|
|Units and Measurement||1||2%|
|Work, Energy and power||2||4%|
|System of Particle & Rigid Body||3||7%|
|Kinetic Theory of Gases||1||2%|
|Properties of Bulk Matter||1||3%|
|Thermal Properties of Matter||1||2%|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism||3||6%|
|Electric Charge & Field||1||2%|
|Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance||1||2%|
|Atoms & Nuclei||2||5%|
|Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter||2||4%|
|Ray Optics & Optical Instrument||3||5%|
Chemistry Important topics
NEET Chemistry section consists of 45 questions both from class XI and XII. The following table highlights the weightage of the Chemistry chapters from the Chemistry Syllabus:
|Low Weightage||Medium Weightage||High Weightage|
|Solid State||Redox Reactions and Volumetric Analysis||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure|
|Metallurgy: General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals||Carbonyl compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones)||Chemical Thermodynamics|
|Qualitative Inorganic Analysis||Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||Chemical Kinetics|
|Practical and Environmental Chemistry||Mole Concept (Some basic concepts of Chemistry)||Alcohols and Ethers|
|Atomic Structure||Amines and Diazonium salts||P block elements|
|Nuclear and Surface Chemistry||Haloarenes and Phenols||General Organic Chemistry|
|Haloalkanes||Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes||Coordination Compounds|
|Classification and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds||Chemical Equilibrium||S block elements: Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals and Hydrogen|
|Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds||Ionic Equilibrium||Biomolecules and Polymers|
|Carboxylic Acid and its Derivatives||Isomerism of Organic Compounds||–|
|Liquids and Gaseous State||D and F block elements||–|
|–||Solutions and Colligative Properties||–|
Chapter-Wise Weightage for Chemistry Section
Chemistry Weightage of various NEET Topics in previous year question papers
|Chapters and topics||Average no. of Questions from the chapter||Weightage of the chapter and topic|
|General Organic Chemistry||2||5%|
|Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids||2||3%|
|Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether||2||4%|
|Organic Compounds containing nitrogen||2||3%|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life||2||3%|
|IUPAC & Isomerism||2||4%|
|Practical Organic Chemistry||1||2%|
|Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties||2||4%|
|d-block & f-block Elements||2||4%|
|Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry||1||3%|
|Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry||1||3%|
|Solution & Colligative Properties||2||4%|
Biology Important Topics
Biology section carries the maximum weightage compared to the rest of the section. This section consists of 9o questions (both from Botany and Zoology sections). The following table highlight the respective weightages of the Biology chapters in NEET 2020 exam:
|Low Weightage||Medium Weightage||High Weightage|
|The Living World||Organisms and Population||Animal Kingdom|
|Mineral Nutrition||Neural Control and Coordination||Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants|
|Structural Organisation in Animals||Anatomy of Flowering Plants||Molecular Basis of Inheritance|
|Reproduction in Organisms||Digestion and Absorption||Principles of Inheritance and Variation|
|Plant Growth and Development||Evolution||Morphology of flowering plants|
|Respiration in Plants||Reproductive Health||Biological Classification|
|Strategies for enhancement in food production||Biotechnology and its Applications||–|
|Microbes in Human Welfare||Cell Cycle and Cell Division||–|
|Transport in Plants||Biodiversity and Conservation||–|
|Excretory Products and their Elimination||Biotechnology- Principles and Processes||–|
|Locomotion and Movement||Human Reproduction||–|
|Biomolecules||Breathing and Exchange of Gases||–|
|Body Fluids and Circulation||Cell- The Unit of Life||–|
|Human Health and Disease||Chemical Coordination and Integration||–|
|–||Photosynthesis in Higher Plants||–|
Chapter-Wise Weightage for Biology Section
Biology Weightage of various NEET Topics in previous year question papers
|Biology Chapters and topics||Average no. of Questions from the chapter||Weightage of the chapter and topic|
|Structural Organisation in animals||1||2%|
|Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health||5||18%|
|Origin & Evolution||3||10%|
|Human Health & Diseases||3||9%|
|Cell Biology & Cell Division||6||10%|
|Genetics & Biotechnology||15||24%|
|Biology in Human Welfare||1||2%|
Check NEET Biology Syllabus
NEET 2020 Exam Pattern
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
|Total Marks||720 Marks|
|No. of questions in each section||Physics- 45Chemistry- 45
Biology- 90 (Botany- 45, Zoology- 45)
|Marking Scheme||+ 4 for a correct answer,-1 for an incorrect answer|
|Type of Questions||MCQs|
|Exam Language||Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada|
|Exam Date||13th September 2020|
Each question contained four marks. Four marks would be awarded for each correct response. However, one mark gets deducted for each incorrect response. Selecting more than one answer for a question led to negative marking.
Detailed Paper Analysis of NEET 2019
Let us see a detailed NEET Paper analysis. Hence, the aspirants can understand what to expect in NEET 2020.
The physics section is considered as the toughest section out of the three subjects. NEET 2019’s paper was moderately difficult. The students had to answer a lot of calculation-based questions. Compared to NEET 2018, it was slightly tougher and lengthier.
The weightage of questions in Physics was just slightly imbalanced. For instance, 24 and 21 questions were coming from class 11th and class 12th respectively. The following table represents the number of Physics questions, which were asked mostly to the aspirants.
|Name of the chapters||Number of questions|
|Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory||5|
|Optics and Wave Optics||5|
For NEET 2019, the chemistry questions were moderately difficult. Many questions were conceptual and application-based. The paper had 12 questions from Physical Chemistry.
Go through the following content to understand the number of questions that have come from each of the high weightage chapters of Chemistry.
|Name of the chapters||Number of questions|
|Chemical Coordination and Integration||3|
|Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||3|
|s Block elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth Metals) and Hydrogen||2|
|Biomolecules and Polymers||4|
|p Block Elements||4|
|Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||2|
|Amines and Diazonium salts||2|
|Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones)||2|
|Isomerism of organic compounds||2|
Compared to NEET 2016, the NEET 2019 paper was slightly tougher. The weightage of chapters in NEET 2020 biology was balanced. For instance, the students had to answer 44 and 46 questions from class 11th and class 12th respectively. For instance, mostly asked questions from the respective Biology chapters in the past years have been highlighted in the following tabulated format:
|Name of the chapters||Number of questions|
|Evolution and genetics||15|
|Human welfare and Biology||7|
|Diversity in living organisms||11|
|Structural organization in plants and animals||7|
|Cell structure and function||7|
Strategy for the exam
First, if you are preparing for NEET, you should take mental preparation for it. Examination preparation is quite difficult. You need to maintain a positive approach towards your goal. With the recent high levels of competition, students get easily disheartened and start doubting themselves.
It is important to just focus on your preparation and to believe in yourself. Due to the intensity of the preparation, it is very important to be ready to put in all the mental and physical effort. Hence, the students can clear the exam.
Stay on the syllabus
You should know all the topics in the syllabus for the exam. For this, you should check the syllabus at regular intervals, and then collect the study material for preparation. This will also ensure that you do not deviate from the topic at hand and study irrelevant material. Reference to best NEET preparation books and previous years question papers for NEET will go a long way into your preparations.
Following a strict timetable as per specific syllabus and targets is very important if you want to complete the syllabus on time and also leave an ample amount of time for revision. Making notes of topics while preparing them would cut a lot of time during. You would thus solve more and more problems to discover more and more new tricks. Try to give more time to NEET important chapters and topics that you feel are your weak points. This will help you to perform well in the exam
Study with a group
Working with a competitive study group helps you successfully prepare for NEET. Group discussion creates a cooperative environment, helping you to multiply your knowledge exponentially, while also being a great way to have social interaction. Students can Quiz and challenge each other with questions from the NEET syllabus.
It should also be pointed out that study groups should be made with people who want to study. Make sure none of the people invited are a cause for distractions. Often one amongst the group will bring up irrelevant topics and cause everyone else to lose focus in their studies.
Take Mock Tests
One great way to assess your skills and knowledge is through mock test. You should start taking the mock test after you have completed all the topics and subjects. Ideally, taking a mock test a month before the exam makes more sense. That is because taking a mock test is there for practice and not for studying. Students can start taking the mock test before one month of the exam and two in a week will be a good number.
Previous year question papers
One of the most important tips and things to do when preparing for NEET exam is to solve previous year question papers. It helps students to understand the exam pattern. In addition, the aspirants can identify the type of questions asked, syllabus and of course the complexity level of the questions being asked in the NEET exam.
On the other hand, solving previous year question papers leads to enhanced speed, accuracy levels of the students. Consequently, they can implement a strategy to attempt the question paper. This can help them attempt a full question paper when taking the actual exam.
Revision after studies
Covering new topics without revising the already covered ones will be a waste of time. Without consistent revision, the students forget the concepts they covered in the past. Moreover, the students will spend more time learning chapters or topics. NEET 2020 revision will also help you in increasing your test-taking speed and overcoming panic. It will also give you a clear picture of the topics you’re weak in. For better understanding read NEET Revision Plan.
Avoid beginning new topics near the exam date
If you are following this article, you know you should have a schedule for time management. Make sure to complete all your study topics a few weeks before the NEET. Please ensure that you keep the last two weeks only for the revision and for taking mock tests. Beginning new topics a few days before the examination wouldn’t help you. Instead, you will start to panic.
Avoid distractive elements
Distractions are to be avoided during NEET preparation days, especially when the exam is near. Therefore, spend less time on social media interactions like Facebook, WhatsApp etc. However, recently many social media groups have started offering some important exam tips. If you do plan on spending time on social media, you can check out such groups too.
Pay attention to your health
Don’t over push for studies, ensure you take rest and exercise regularly. Too many sleepless nights and improper food will take a toll on your health. Having a good diet is as essential as studying. Your brain needs regular energy and rest to work and function efficiently. You must ensure that you get at least 8 hours of sleep every day. Apart from that, you also need to ensure a proper balanced diet. As the saying goes, “A healthy mind resides in a healthy body.”
It is only with practice that you gain confidence over topics that are asked in NEET. Practice can be done through Sticking to the syllabus and practicing NCERT books is the pro-tip to get a high score in NEET 2020.
Hopefully, this article helped you with your queries about NEET 2020 exam, and how to prepare for it. Keep these strategies in mind while studying, and also keep the syllabus for the NEET exam close by.
All the best!