NEET Physics: Common Medical Entrance Exam is a useful reference book based strictly on the current syllabus for NEET, and helps medical aspirants prepare for this forthcoming competitive medical test.
Summary Of The Book
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) was introduced in 2013, in place of the earlier held All-India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) and State-level medical entrance tests. NEET serves as an essential criteria, and stepping stone for admission to numerous MBBS and BDS courses conducted by Medical colleges all over India, and has been designed by the Medical Council of India, after reviewing syllabi of different States, including those laid down by COBSE, NCERT, and CBSE, and after weighing the importance of different fields related to medicine, with a view to establishing uniform standards of medical education in India.
The exam, conducted by CBSE, is set to test students in the areas of Physics, Botany, Zoology and Chemistry, asking them 45 questions each, amounting to a total of 180 questions.
Physics: Common Medical Entrance Exam is a reference book based on the latest syllabus of NEET, and adopts an objective pattern along the lines of the chapter plan devised for class 11, and 12, NCERT academic books.
Divided into 22 chapters, the book comprehensively covers the entire NEET syllabus in a systematic manner, with every chapter covering theoretical concepts in a precise, well defined manner, well supported with examples. It also stresses on questions and concepts considered important from the point of view of the examination.
It contains plenty of illustrative examples to better elucidate the meanings of concepts, as well as chapter-wise questions for practice, which are designed as a set of 2 exercises for every chapter. These questions have their corresponding solutions provided at every chapter-end.
A must have study-guide for all Medical aspirants, NEET Physics: Common Medical Entrance Exam covers a vast syllabus, with many topics including, Vectors, System of Particles and Rotational Motion, Current Electricity, Motion in a Straight Line, Gravitation, Laws of Motion, Units and Measurements (with Practical Physics), and so on.
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