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NEET Physics 2023: NEET UG is one of the toughest and most competitive entrance exams in India. As per the experts and the toppers, the students should read the NCERT book like a Bible for the NEET Physics preparation, which will help them to clear their basic concepts. Hence, a thorough reading of the NCERT book can help you to gain 180/180 marks in the NEET UG Physics exam.
Before heading to the next section on the top tips to score 180 marks in Physics, the candidates can go through the NEET UG Physics exam pattern here-
- There will be two sections, Section A and Section B
- A total of 35 and 15 questions will be asked from Sections A and B respectively
- Section-wise marks division: 140 marks allotted for Section A and 40 marks allotted for Section B
Pro Tips to Score 180 Marks in NEET Physics 2023
Check out the pro tips here, with which one can score 180 marks in the NEET UG Physics exam. Here are some suggestions put by Mrinal Kutteri, AIR 1 in NEET 2021 -
- Clear the concepts first, since Physics is understanding-based. There will be a few questions, which will be framed on one single concept.
- For building your base in the numerical section, focus on concepts like “Learning by doing”. Hence, practice as much as possible. Also for the Numerical section preparation, do not restrict yourself only to NCERT. Try to go beyond that.
- Try to practice last year’s JEE questions. Initially, it is not possible to solve the questions, but once you learn the chapters, gain knowledge and your conceptual understanding will be built, you can solve the JEE questions. Not only that, it will help to pull up your speed of solving the numerical questions, and your accuracy and efficiency level will also be uplifted.
- Some formula-based questions will not be asked directly. In such cases, the candidates will need to have a deep understanding of the topic. And practicing the JEE question papers will help you to solve them efficiently.
- There will be a few theoretical questions, which will be asked by NCERT. Therefore, work on that area to gain full marks from that part.