NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is India's national entrance test for medicine and dentistry courses TG Campus® through its 1 year Online Course brings to you the chance to learn from the specialists of NEET.
Batch Start Date:
3rd April, 2023
Batch End Date:
31st March, 2024
The NEET exam can be segregated into three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
The Physics portion of the NEET 1 year TG Course helps the student in understanding concepts like Electrostatics, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating current, Modern Physics, Optics, and lastly Semiconductors. The 1 year course also includes the revision topics of Mechanics, Gravitation, Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves.
While the Physics portion deals with the physical aspects of Nature, the Chemistry section of the NEET 1 year TG course gives an insight of Solid State, Solution, p and d Block Elements, Chemical Kinetics, Organic Chemistry including Polymers and Biomolecules. We wind up the chemistry portion of the course with the revision of topics like Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics and so on.
The last section of the NEET 1 year TG Course is the Biology section deals with topics such as Reproduction, Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology, Biology and Human Welfare, and so on. We also include the topics of Diversity in Living World, Structural Organization of Plants and Animals, Cell structure and function, Human and Plant Physiology, and so on for the revision of the students.
Please review Course Details for the complete syllabus in detail.
|Electric Charges and Fields||7||10|
|Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance||11||14|
|Moving Charges and Magnetism||12||15|
|Magnetism and Matter||10||13|
|Ray Optics and Optical Instruments||15||18|
|Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter||5||8|
|Semiconductor Electronics: Materials, Devices and Simple Circuits||12||15|
|The Solid State||14||17|
|General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements||7||10|
|The p-Block Elements||14||17|
|The d-and f-Block Elements||7||10|
|Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||8||11|
|Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||9||12|
|Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids||12||15|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life||3||6|
|Reproduction in Organisms||5||8|
|Sexual reproduction in flowering plants||14||17|
|Principles of inheritance and Variation||18||21|
|Molecular basis of inheritance||18||21|
|Human health and disease||14||17|
|Microbes in Human Welfare||4||7|
|Strategies For Enhancement in Food Production||7||10|
|Biotechnology: Principles and process||9||12|
|Application of Biotechnology||9||12|
|Organisms and population||7||10|
|Biodiversity and conservation||4||7|
As per the NEET exam pattern 2023, the examination will only have objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
Yes, questions are repeated in NEET. The question with a change in values and data can be asked in NEET from previous year papers. This is why you should know about the concepts and methods to solve the questions in the paper.
The qualifying criterion in NEET depends upon the percentile. Pass Mark for NEET, for General category is 720-138, for SC/ST/OBC category is 137-108, for the General PwD category is 137-122, and for SC/ST/OBC- PwD is 121-108
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the NEET 2023 application form on March 6. The last date for NEET 2023 registration is April 6. The medical entrance exam will be held on May 7, 2023, for over 16 lakh aspirants
There have been no such notifications from the authorities. As per the latest notification released, no further changes will be made to the exam dates once released.