NEET Chemistry 2018 – Syllabus, Books, Important Topics and Notes

NEET Chemistry 2018

 

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, popularly known as NEET, is the gateway for Medical & Dental UG Courses offered by India’s famous Medical Institutes. The score of NEET Exam is considered by all the medical organizations to provide admission in various MBBS/BDS courses.

 

Every year lakhs of aspirants appear in this Exam, which is the reason behind raised competition level of NEET. It’s an entrance exam which tests your knowledge of Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects.

 

NEET Chemistry is the highest scoring section out of these three sections. This subject can increase the selection chances if prepared well. In this article, we will highlight the important aspects of Chemistry for NEET Exam Preparation.

 

 

 

NEET Chemistry – The Most Scoring Subject for Aspirants!

 

 

Do you know that why Chemistry is the most scoring subject in NEET! The level of questions asked in NEET Chemistry is easy to moderate. The chances of mistakes and errors in this subject are minimum than of NEET Physics and Biology. With a little effort, you can extract maximum marks in this subject.

 

Chemistry is divided into three sections i.e. Physical, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry.

 

The questions asked from Inorganic are unambiguous. If you learned the chapters appropriately, then you can answer those questions with confidence.

 

If you want to score well in Physical & Organic Chemistry for NEET then start practicing on a regular basis for these two sections.

 

NEET Exam Paper Pattern 2018 – Know About Complete Structure

 

NEET Exam Pattern includes complete details of the test such as the total number of questions asked in exam, type of questions, marking scheme of NEET etc.

 

Candidates preparing for this exam should know about the NEET Exam Pattern which helps to prepare in a much better way.

 

The NEET Chemistry paper contains 45 Questions.

 

The mode of exam will be Pen and Paper based (Offline).

 

The total duration of NEET Exam is 3 Hours.

 

  The exam will be conducted in 10 different languages which are as follows – English, Hindi, Assamese, Tamil, Gujarati Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Oriya and Kannada.

 

  +4 marks will be rewarded for every right answer and there will be a penalty of 1 mark for every wrong answer.

 

  In NEET 2017 Chemistry, questions were asked in three distinct levels –

 

  14 questions of easy level

 

  15 questions of medium level

 

  16 questions of difficult level

 

 

 

How to Study for NEET Chemistry? Quick Strategies and Preparation Tips!

 

There is no doubt that the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a tough examination. Candidates who are preparing for NEET 2018 Exam, might be looking for the preparation tips to get qualified for the exam. A well-planned execution always pays off.

 

Here we are sharing some preparation tips for all three sections of Chemistry that you must follow to score well.

 

NEET Physical Chemistry

 

Understanding the concepts is one of the most important part to prepare for Physical Chemistry.

 

You will not be able to solve the numerical if you don’t understand the concepts. In order to prepare for Physical Chemistry, you must have a strong grip on NCERT book. Write down all the important formulas from the chapters and practice the previous year numerical questions related to those formulas.

 

Chances of theory based questions are lesser than numerical questions in physical chemistry. With regular practice, you can score good marks in it.

 

Organic Chemistry for NEET

 

Organic Chemistry is completely different from the other sections of NEET. To get better marks in this subject, you need to memorize all the reactions, equations and formulas which are given in NCERT and other Chemistry Books for NEET.

 

You must know the names of various compounds that constitute reagents, substracts etc. Practice through the variety of questions of Organic Chemistry to make command over it.

 

Here are some important formulas of Organic Chemistry that you must know

 

 

NEET Formula (R-X haloalkane)

 

NEET Formula NH3 Heat

 

NEET Formula 3

NEET Inorganic Chemistry

 

It’s one of the easiest section of NEET Chemistry and you can solve this section in very less time than other two sections. Best way to prepare for Inorganic Chemistry is to practice through the NCERT book. No numerical or any formula based problems are asked this subject, which saves the time for solving other questions. You need to go thoroughly from the basic concepts. Don’t dive straight into the details.

 

 

NEET Chemistry – Important Topics with their Weightage

 

Many aspirants are not able to figure out the important topics of Chemistry from the examination point of view. As per the analysis of previous years’ NEET Chemistry Questions.

 

NEET Chemistry Marks Distribution

 

Here we are highlighting the section wise important topics with their weightage in the table below.

 

 

Physical Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Mole Concept and Stoichiometry

(5.1%)

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

(10.5%)

Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen

(30%)

Atomic Structure

(10.2%)

D and F – Block Elements

(12.4%)

Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry

(24.4%)

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

(13.1%)

Co-Ordination Compounds

(17.6%)

Chemistry of Environment and Everyday life

(11.3%)

Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry

(7.3%)

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

(29.4%)

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

(10.6%)

States of Matter and Solutions

(24.1%)

Hydrogen and S Block Elements

(7.8%)

Biomolecules and Polymers

(11.9%)

Surface Chemistry

(7.3%)

P – Block Elements

(13.7%)

Hydrocarbons and their substituents

(11.9%)

Equilibrium

(18.2%)

Practical Chemistry

(8.5%)

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Nuclear Chemistry and Chemical Kinetics

(14.6%)

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Chemistry Books for NEET

 

 

Having a precise study material is necessary for perfect preparation. Top-notch NEET Chemistry Books are the keys to open the gateway for MBBS & BDS Colleges.

 

Here we are suggesting some of the Best Chemistry Book for NEET which should be preferred to get the best results

 

 

Name of Book 

Author

NCERT Chemistry

NCERT

Physical Chemistry

O.P. Tandon

Concise Inorganic Chemistry

J.D. Lee

Organic Chemistry

By M.S. Chouhan

Modern’s ABC of Chemistry for Class 11th and 12Th

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Following are other important NEET Chemistry Preparation Tips to be implemented when preparing for the exam

 

As NEET Chemistry Syllabus covers your Board Exam syllabus, and there will be few chapters common in both exams. So, you need not to prepare these topics separately. This will help you to save your time and you can use this time for covering other important topics.

 

 

 You have to solve 180 questions in 3 hours. So, it’s mandatory to manage your time. Solving NEET Previous Year Question Papers and mock tests are the best practice to improve your speed and performance.

 

 

 Try to work more on your weaker areas. It will be helpful to improve your overall performance in NEET.

 

 You can borrow some NEET Chemistry Notes from the qualified candidates or make your own short notes while preparing for the exam. These notes also help you a lot at the time of revision.

 

 Avoid making predictions during exam. You should remember that there will be negative marking in the exam.

 

 Solve NEET Chemistry MCQ’s of all the topics as much as you can.

 

We hope that the article is beneficial for you to give your best in exam.

 

If you have any queries related to this article, you can leave them in the comment box given below. Our experts will solve your queries at the earliest.

 

 

 

 

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