MTG PHYSICS NCERT AT YOUR FINGERTIPS IS BEST BOOK FOR NEET AND JEE ENTRANCE EXAM. THIS BOOK WILL BUILD UP YOUR PREPARATION YOU CAN BUY THIS BOOK ON AMAZON OR FLIPKART.
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Before determining what books you should practice from, it’s quite important that you set your target score. Well if you have already planned to score near about 150 each in physics and chemistry, then I hope your aim in Biology should be near about 320.
So that brings your total score to a whooping 620 which is going to bring you to one of the best medical colleges in India.
Now coming to the book NCERT at your Finger tips.
It’s an excellent book buddy, quite apt for Medical aspirants. The questions are to the point and neither too easy nor too tough but what you must remember while solving the questions is that you don’t solve a few questions at random from any chapter you desire and then out of nowhere you jump to another chapter.
There should be a systematic way while solving them.
Read the chapter.
Read your notes.
Go through the formulas.
Have a look at the conceptual applications and reasoning points.
Open NCERT at your Finger tips.
Set your time limit.
Off you go.
And as soon as the time is over, no matter what you have to leave your pen.
Now comes the deadliest part, Analyzing.Be honest to yourself and mark accordingly, doesn’t matter if you get extremely low marks. At least you will be able to know your weaknesses so that you may work harder.
Be honest to yourself and mark accordingly, doesn’t matter if you get extremely low marks. At least you will be able to know your weaknesses so that you may work harder.
And one day you might see that you analysed yourself at 163/180 which is a damn good score as far as physics is concerned.
And the doubt regarding previous year question paper.
That is a SERIOUS MUST.
Go through each and every question minutely and and try to answer them within time.
The question paper setter is a quite witty guy my friend, he knows the mindset of the students pretty well and sets the questions accordingly. Therefore never leave a single line of NCERT books. Read them again and again.
For eg. Who gives a shit about Points to Ponder section at the end of the physics chapters in NCERT, right ?
Let me tell you buddies, that section is the favourite part of the committee to frame questions from.
All the best future doctors. And IITians