Tips for preparation of NEET physics

Focus on basics and master the concepts –

As you must have heard the famous saying that 'the foundation must be the strongest or else the building will collapse.  If students study the basics and have a stronghold on them, they can understand the more complex topics and have much better speed in solving the problems.


There are many problems where if the questions are analyzed properly, you can directly get the answers, and this is possible only if you master all the concepts.

It is always better for a student to understand and be perfect in the concepts rather than by studying aimlessly. So this is an important tip that every student can follow.

Do not follow multiple Physics reference books –

Some students have the wrong notion that it is important to purchase and refer to multiple textbooks to score well in the exams. What happens in such a scenario is that the student tries to solve from multiple books which may use different methods in solving the problems and this will only create more confusion for the student.

Instead the student can use one textbook and study all the chapters and concepts thoroughly and this would be the most productive for them.

Which physics textbooks to refer to –

Try to refer to the NCERT Exemplar book. Solve all the problems in this textbook, even the difficult ones. Most Physics are good but you can try to refer to one of these as well –

MTG Publishers Book, Errorless Physics, Pradeep encyclopedia (NEET & JEE).

The best textbook from our perspective would be H.C. Verma


Solve numerous problems –

A student must solve as many problems as possible and this can help in increasing the speed of solving the problems in the paper and also help in time management in the actual exam.

The student can also realize and correct his mistakes when he works out the problems and be perfectly prepared when the real exam comes.

Think out of the box –

There is no such thing as a single way of solving a problem, there can always be multiple ways that can be shorter and easier to understand. So when a teacher is teaching or solving problems, try to analyze them and think of a way to solve them on your own.

If you put in your best effort and also try solving on your own, it can build confidence and there are more chances of remembering the theories and concepts.

Manage your time and pace of solving the problems –

As you previously read, solving more problems will help you increase your pace while solving the real paper. There are many cases where students know how to solve the problems but they don't have enough time to do so.

One important tip you can practice is not to write down the formulas and then take time to substitute the problems, which may take up a lot of extra time.

Instead, a student can practice by keeping the formula in mind and reproduce it directly on the paper. You must practice this before directly attempting this in the exam to avoid mistakes.

Do not hesitate to ask doubts –

It is a loss only for the student if they don't clear the doubts before attempting the questions in the exam paper. It is always best to ask questions and get clarity on topics that are unclear to you.