With NEET exams coming less than a fortnight away, this is the time when aspirants should gear up to the next level in their preparation. While almost all other strategies for NEET preparation differ from person to person, the one common aspect is the study material or books. It is very important to pick and choose the right books to study for the exam. Because, without the right books, it is almost impossible to gauge the syllabus and understand what topics to study.
Here we have listed a few articles based on their usage to help prepare for NEET exams:
1. For Preparation and understanding of syllabus:
For basic preparation and to help one gauge the syllabus, it is always recommended to go through the NCERT(National Council for Educational Research and Training). The content of this book is curated, compiled and regulated by Government bodies. Thus, this may be the one book anyone should refer to for basic preparation. This holds for all the subjects in the NEET exam – Physics, Chemistry or Biology.
2. For References:
For referencing your study, understanding topics better and getting more information on the topics, NCERT will not be enough. One has to refer to other books if they are looking at expanding their knowledge and understanding of the different topics. Thus, in the table below we have suggested a few books as reference material, that are also referred to the students at the renowned Parishrama NEET Academy:
|Subject||Topic||Name of Book||Author|
|Physics||Concepts of Physics||H.C. Verma|
|Problems in General Physics||IE Irodov|
|Chemistry||Physical Chemistry||Physical Chemistry||OP Tandon|
|Physical Chemistry||P. Bahadur|
|Inorganic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||OP Tandon|
|Concise Inorganic Chemistry||JD Lee|
|Organic Chemistry||Organic Chemistry||Morrison and Boyd|
|A Textbook of Biology||Pradeep A|
|Zoology for NEET||Wiley’s|
|Botany||Botany for NEET and other Medical Entrance Examinations||Khwaja Salahuddin|
|Botany for NEET and other Medical Entrance Examinations||Wiley’s|
3. Questions Banks:
Solving problems, question papers, and finding the right answer is the most integral part of preparation. It is believed that the best kind of preparation is to solve as many questions papers and MCQs as possible. This will help gauge the preparedness for the exam and eventually throw light on topics that need to be worked upon. To put a fine point on it: Solve as many questions as possible!
Here, we have laid down a few question banks that will help boost your NEET preparation:
|Subject||Name of Book||Author/Publisher|
|Physics||Objective Physics for NEET||Oswal Publishers|
|Chemistry||Objective Chemistry for NEET||Oswal Publishers|
|Biology||Objective Biology for NEET||Oswal Publishers|
In this modern day and age when all kinds of preparation have been transformed into an online format, Darwin and Oswal are the only two publishers that are providing physically available preparation material.
Or, most aspirants are turning towards NEET Coaching Centers in Bangalore.
PS: Our best advice – enroll at Parishrama NEET Academy, they will save you the pain for looking out for Study Material. Their test series and programme are complete with thousands, literally THOUSANDS of MCQs.