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NEET Chapter Wise Weightage For Subjects

Understanding the chapter wise weightage for subjects is a key component of effective NEET preparation. It enables you to allocate time in a manner that will help you to balance your preparation so that you are able to maximize your scores in each subject. Few, if any, students are equally strong in all subjects, so extra time and effort needs to be devoted to those areas where there is some degree of weakness. There are 3 subjects in NEET – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The examination and marking pattern for 2020 will be:
SubjectNo. Of QuestionsMarks Per QuestionNegative markingTotal Marks


The NEET physics syllabus for 2020 has 5 sections:

  • Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics and heat
  • Magnetism and electrostatics
  • Current electricity and electromagnetic induction
  • Optics and modern physics


The NEET chemistry syllabus for 2020 has 3 sections:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistryy
  • Physical chemistry

The NEET biology syllabus for 2020 has 2 sections:

  • Zoology
  • Botany

Focus Your Preparation

Each section of each subject has a defined list of chapters and the number of questions that will be asked from each chapter. This information is available online. The problem is that students often do not know which chapters they should focus on. Should extra time be devoted to topics where they are strong in the hope of maximizing the marks obtained or should additional time be given to weak areas to try an increase scores which could otherwise drag down the overall total? Each student has his or her own strengths and weaknesses and it needs an objective appreciation of these issues, as well as detailed subject knowledge and understanding of how the NEET system works to provide students with the guidance they require to focus their preparation correctly. Expert coaching is the most productive way to plan and execute NEET preparation efficiently. The problem with traditional coaching systems is that they are catered to the needs of the majority of students. In other words, if, in a coaching class, 25 out of 40 students need extra help in Botany, that is what the class will focus on. This will not really help the other 15 students who need help in other areas. The solution to this is online tuition. This system offers students the convenience and time-saving of studying from home and enables teachers to give the students individual attention so that their specific concerns can be effectively addressed. With online tuition, the focus is not on the needs of the majority but on the needs of each student. Understanding the chapter-wise weightage for subjects is important but translating that into an effective study plan and getting the help of expert online tutoring is what will result in students getting the marks they need to succeed in NEET.
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