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Important tips to crack biology for NEET

Important tips to crack biology for NEET by Dr. Ashutosh Sule.

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Important tips to crack biology for NEET

  1. 1. Important Tips to Crack Biology for NEETHello students,In NEET, Biology (90 Questions) has equivalent weightage to the combined weightageof Physics(45 Questions) and Chemistry (45 Questions). Comparatively Biology iseasier than Physics And Chemistry. One can get better rank in NEET if he/she scoresbetter marks in Biology. If students find Physics or Chemistry paper a little tough,Biology can certainly act like a savior in NEET! Also, students not scoring good marksin Biology, probably will be out of NEET Race. So, there is no more important way tosucceed in NEET than proper Biology preparation.Here are some important tips to prepare Biology subject for NEET 2013 exam:- The most important thing is to study 11th and 12th std. NCERT textbooks. NEET isbased on 11th and 12th standard NCERT textbooks and not on Maharashtra Boardtextbooks.- You may ask, Maharashtra State Board and NCERT syllabus is same, then why NCERTtextbooks are required? Well, though syllabus is same there is considerable differencein approach. In State Board textbooks some chapters are content-wise betterbut NCERT textbooks are concept-wise much better. Students are expected to gainclarity over concepts. There are also some topics which are either omitted from StateBoard textbooks or given less weightage. e.g. Graphs of Chemiosmotic theory,Enzymatic activity (Recently Asked), Figures from Life cycles in plants, RNA
  2. 2. interference, Bryophyte (Recently Asked In PMT), Sliding filament theory, partialpressure of gases etc.There are many difficult concepts which are omitted from Maharashtra Boardtextbooks. Questions can be asked again on these concepts during NEET.Hence studying NCERT textbooks is a must.- Main differences between NEET and MHT-CET (Old):> One can imagine difficulty level of questions of NEET from papers of All IndiaEntrance Exams conducted till 2012. Even a layman can conclude that NEET 2013 willbe more difficult than the earlier MHT-CET. NEET is conducted basically to judgewhether students have understood the concepts properly or not. Questions will bemore of application type. On the other hand, most of the questions from MHT-CETwere factual type and were never applied type.> So NEET will examine your intelligence. Therefore I suggest you all to understandthe concepts in each topic of NCERT Text Books. For that matter don’t hesitate to askyour queries to teachers and on ednexa.com. You will definitely get benefited.- Most of the students do practise the chapters they like the most and difficult onesare not practised much. Do exactly opposite of this. Difficult chapters should beprepared first. Make sure you have understood the concepts in all topics.- It is said writing once equals reading 4-5 times. So make practise to prepare notes.It is an art to prepare appropriate notes, especially from difficult chapters.
  3. 3. - Good diagrams may prove important in Biology. Due to diagrams, concepts arecleared and you can also revise concepts fast. You may get answers of many MCQsfrom one diagram. So do practise the diagrams.- No doubt, MCQs solving is most important but one has to prepare properly for thatsubject first. Then you should go for practising maximum MCQs.In short Biology can prove like a saviour in your NEET preparation. Get conceptscleared with the guidance from your subject teachers. You may follow online guidanceon www.ednexa.com for notes, diagrams and live webinars (live online lectures).Following these instructions if you start studying for NEET, success is surely yours....!Wish you all The Best!!Dr. Ashutosh Sulewww.ednexa.com

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