How to get 140+ in Physics?

How to get 140+ in Physics?

 Everyone thinks that Physics is the most difficult subject. But if you get proper guidance, you turn it into your favorite subject. In class 11, even though I had similar thoughts after I started solving more and more questions, I found it interesting. I used to score 140+ in my mock tests and highest being 175/180. In NEET 2022, I scored 141/180 ( I could score better if I hadn't wasted most of my time in biology so time management is most important in NEET)


Tips to score 140+ in Physics:

  • Make your basics strong. Learn derivations of Physics, this will you an idea to approach problems. If you are finding difficulty in making your basics strong, then you may watch old videos on PhysicsWallah- Alakh Pandey youtube channel.
  • Read the theory from NCERT. If you find difficulty understanding them, use any one reference book. Don't follow multiple books.
  • First, solve intext questions without looking into the solutions, then go for MCQs book/coaching module. Don't forget to solve PYQs.
  • Practice makes a man perfect, so practice more to get a grip on the subject.

  • While solving a question, read the question properly then imagine the situation (forces that act on the object, etc) and apply your knowledge.
  • If you want more practice, you can practice JEE Mains questions. These questions have mixtures of multiple concepts.
  • Practice one question in one minute, this will help you to manage time in the exam.

These tips can help to score well in NEET. 

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What is NEET?

The National Entrance cum Eligibility Test(NEET) is a pre-medical entrance examination. This year, it was conducted on 17th July 2022 in Pen-Paper mode. Nearly, 17 lakhs to 18 lakhs students participated in this examination. There is no age limit for attending this examination. A person who has completed his/her class 12 with 60% in PCB subjects can attend this examination. NEET is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to medical courses in recognized and approved medical institutes across the country.

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