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Daily Practice Questions for NEET 2024: For all medical aspirants, NEET 2024 is a crucial examination to get admission to MBBS and BDS courses. However, cracking NEET 2024 needs a lot of preparation, daily practice of questions, and appearing for the mock test. To assist in the preparation, we have provided nine daily practice questions from Physics, Biology, and Chemistry, based on the NEET 2024 syllabus. The questions have been picked from last year's question paper. Candidates can try to answer these questions to become well-prepared for the upcoming NEET 2024 examination.
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NEET 2024 Daily Practice Questions for 13 September 2023
Below are three daily practice questions from NEET 2024 Physics, NEET 2024 Biology, and NEET 2024 Chemistry syllabus:-
Question 1: Dimensions of one or more pairs are the same. Identify the pairs:
(a) Energy and Young’s Modulus
(b) Torque and Work
(c) Angular Momentum and Work
(d) Year and Wavelength
Question 2: Out of the following, the only pair that does not have identical dimensions is:
(a) Impulse and Momentum
(b) Work and Torque
(c) Angular Momentum and Planck’s Constant
(d) Moment of inertia and a moment of force
Question 3: Which of the following is dimensionally correct:
(a) Pressure = Energy per unit volume
(b) Pressure = Energy per unit area
(c) Pressure = Force per unit volume
(d) Pressure = Momentum per unit volume per unit time
Question 1: Which of the following is a correct match?
(a) Frog - External Ears
(b) Human - Fat Globule, 10 pairs of cranial nerves
(c) Earthworm - Muscular Gizzard, Typhlosole
(d) Cockroach - Chilopoda
Question 2: Which of the following have a porous body and have a Cellular Level of Organization?
(a) Sycon and Hydra
(b) Aurelia and Obelia
(c) Leucosolenia and Spongilla
(d) Adamsia and Euplectella
Question 3: One of the world’s most poisonous fish toxins is released by
(a) Eel fish
(b) Clown fish
(c) Puffer fish
(d) Sword fish
Question 1: The haemoglobin from the red blood corpuscles contain approximately 0.33% iron by mass. The molar mass of haemoglobin is 67, 200. The number of iron atoms in each molecule of haemoglobin is: (atomic mass of iron = 56)
Question 2: The vapour density of a volatile chloride of a metal is 95 and the specific heat of the metal is 0.13cal/g. The equivalent mass of the metal will be:
(a) 6 g
(b) 12 g
(c) 18 g
(d) 24 g
Question 3: Read the following statements (S) and explanations (E), and choose the correct answer from the following:
S: An element may have variable equivalent mass.
E: Such elements should possess variable valency.
(a) S is correct but E is wrong
(b) S is wrong but E is correct
(c) Both S and E are correct and E is the correct explanation of S.
(d) Both S and E are correct but E is not the correct explanation of S.
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