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The National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon release the NEET UG 2023 notification, tentatively in December 2022. The authority will schedule the NEET UG 20023 exam tentatively in the month of May 2023 in the offline mode. Hence, the NEET UG exam pattern 2023 has not yet been released. However, the candidates can refer to the previous year’s exam pattern. In the Physics exam, the candidates have to answer the questions from both Section A and Section B. Total marks of the Physics exam of NEET UG 2023 will be 180. As per the experts, if the candidates will cover at least 70% of the entire syllabus, then, they can score at least 100 marks out of 180 in Physics. Scoring high marks in Physics is important for securing a higher NEET AIQ rank.
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NEET 2023 Physics Syllabus: Most Important Chapters and Topics
To get a good score, the candidates can check out the most weightage chapters and topics and should practice those accordingly. Before starting to prepare, the candidates should keep in mind the important topics. Some of the most weightage chapters and topics are highlighted in the following section-
- Heat and thermodynamics
- Electrostatics and Magnetism
- Current Electricity and Electromagnetic Induction
- Modern Physics
- Laws of Motion
- Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
- Semiconductor Electronics
- Atoms and Nuclei
NEET 2023 Physics Preparation Strategy
Here is the step-by-step study plan for NEET 2023 Physics-
Clear the Physics Concepts: The candidates should have a basic understanding of Mathematical concepts. Hence, before starting preparation, the students should understand and practice questions from basic Mathematics, which includes differentiation, trigonometry, integration etc. The candidates should refer to the NCERT to clear their basic Physics concepts.
Understand the NEET 2023 Physics Questions: While preparing for the NEET 2023 Physics exam, the candidates should understand the type and difficulty level of the Physics questions.
Solve Previous Years' Question Papers and Sample Papers: The candidates should solve the previous years' question papers to understand the topic-wise weightage. It will help you to get a good score
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