NEET Entrance Exam Mock Tests For Physics

Steps to Achieve the Perfect Score in NEET Entrance Exam

The NEET exam is a very competitive one and it requires a lot of effort and dedication to get through it. If you want to succeed in this entrance exam, then follow these steps:

1. Strengthen your basics

Strengthen your basics

The first step to achieving a perfect score in NEET entrance exam is by making sure that you have understood the basics of biology, physics and chemistry. If you are planning on doing any further studies related to these subjects then it is important that you go through them thoroughly so that you do not end up forgetting any important concepts or facts from previous classes. It would also be better if this knowledge can be applied into real life situations when studying for NEET entrance exams as well as other competitive exams like CAT or AIIMS Assistant Professor Seat Allotment 2016/17 (CAT/AIIMS Allotment).

2. Analyze previous years’ question papers

The second step to achieve the perfect score in NEET is to analyze previous years’ question papers (the ones which you have taken). You should look at the questions and answers, understand the difficulty level of them, identify topics that are asked frequently and rarely asked. This will help you decide on how many subjects need to be covered in your preparation material for this year’s exam.

3. Understand the exam pattern and syllabus

Understand the exam pattern and syllabus.

Understand the time duration, number of questions and marking scheme.

Make a study plan based on your strengths and weaknesses.

4. Be thorough with NCERT textbooks for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology

Be thorough with NCERT textbooks for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology

NCERT (National Council of Education Research & Development) is the best source for learning. All the subjects are taught in a very simple way which makes it easy to understand. You can download them online or you can even buy it from any book store nearby your place.

Also, NCERT books have solved examples which will help you practice more effectively before appearing in an exam hall or test center. It also contains multiple choice questions at every page so that students get an idea about how much they need to revise their knowledge before appearing in an exam hall or test center

5. Make short notes for quick revision

To make notes for quick revision, it’s essential to write in your own words. The best way to do this is by making a mind map or writing down key points on a piece of paper (or computer screen). If you prefer to use a digital tool, choose one that works for you and is easy to use.

6. Set up a positive study environment

Create a study space. Ensure that your room is clean and well-ventilated, and that there are no distractions in the vicinity.

Use a timer to keep track of time spent studying. This will help you stay focused on what you are doing rather than getting distracted by other things happening around you or outside of your control (like television shows being watched).

Keep your phone away from where you're working so that it doesn't distracts from what's important—that means not using it as an alarm clock either!

Avoid distractions such as loud music or other noises that can creep into the room when studying late at night or early in the morning before going to bed for example...


NEET is a national level exam and it is important to score well.

The NEET examination is conducted twice a year in May and November.

It is held for the admission to MBBS, BDS and PG courses.

NEET was started in 2017 by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).


We hope you will be able to use this material as a stepping stone to your success in the NEET exam. It is imperative that you understand the basics of the test and then practice on a regular basis so that you are comfortable with what is being tested. These six steps will help immensely in achieving a perfect score but we know that there’s always room for improvement! Good luck!

Study material: NEET 2022 Entrance Exam Mock Tests For Physics

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