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In the NEET-UG Entrance Examination Chemistry contributes 25 percent of the total Marks. That is 180 out of 720 which is constituted of 45 questions.

Chemistry is divided into three parts for NEET-UG

  • Physical Chemistry.

  • Inorganic Chemistry.

  • Organic Chemistry.

Scoring in chemistry is quite easy, its just about the concepts and simple formulas you have to remember for the NEET-UG.

NEET-UG Chemistry can be completely studied from the NCERT BOOKS and specially for Inorganic and Organic Chemistry you should be sticking right by NCERT Textbooks.

Studying multiple variant of similar questions will help understanding the pattern of questions and ultimately help you to solve the Physical Chemistry smoothly.

Organic chemistry might need some better understanding out of NCERT but mostly students can start with the NCERT and do most questions. The most suggested books for Practicing Questions for NEET-UG Chemistry are Referred below.

Remember it is better to practice from "one book ten times rather than ten books one time."

Check the following books by clicking.

Physical Chemistry : Modern Approach to Chemistry.

Inorganic Chemistry : (NCERT ONLY).

Organic Chemistry : NCERT + Organic Chemistry for NEET and AIIMS.

Now if you already have a teacher who is teaching you in person or you are referring to a lecture series online. It is highly advised to gain the concepts from them and only practice more and more questions.

Check the practice questions materials that are recommended.

  1. Objective NCERT Practice Papers


Ask, Discuss or Answer to questions on NEURON FORUM on MEDICINATION and connect to multiple other students who might help you or might get helped by your answers to their subject topic queries.

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