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How to study physics for NEET 2025

How to study physics for NEET 2025

Edited By Manisha Tiwari | Updated on Jun 14, 2024 05:55 PM IST | #NEET

NEET candidates often find physics to be challenging due to its wide array of theoretical concepts and complex quantitative problems. Many aspiring NEET students are apprehensive about tackling physics topics due to extensive theoretical knowledge and the intricate numerical challenges they entail. A common concern among NEET aspirants is how to study Physics for NEET 2025.

As a first step toward studying physics for the NEET 2025 exam, aspirants should free themselves from the misconception that Physics preparation is difficult. According to various experts, by covering 70% of the syllabus while studying Physics for NEET UG 2025, candidates can score at least 100 marks in the physics section. The NEET 2025 study plan's lack of a practical edge may prevent aspirants from applying the principles to problem-solving.

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Attaining a strong performance in the physics segment of the NEET question paper holds paramount importance in achieving a higher NEET All-India Rank. Based on the analysis of the previous year, it becomes evident that securing good marks in NEET 2025 Biology and Chemistry sections would not suffice for gaining admission into esteemed medical institutions. To successfully achieve a 600 plus score in the NEET exam, it is imperative for candidates to grasp effective methods for studying physics in preparation for NEET 2025.

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Based on the previous year's NEET difficulty level, the physics section was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty. The NEET-UG Physics section was dominated by numerical. Tricky questions were asked from Optics, Semiconductors, and Photoelectric Effect. Thus, developing conceptual clarity is a must while studying Physics for NEET 2025. Know how to learn physics for NEET, revision plan for NEET UG Physics in the article below to kickstart your NEET preparation.

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Why physics is important in NEET?

NEET candidates tend to prioritise the Biology and Chemistry sections due to their greater weightage and relatively lower level of difficulty. However, scoring well only in the above-mentioned sections of NEET 2025 will not help candidates get the desired MBBS seat. With a great score in Biology say 330 to 340 and a good score in Chemistry say 140 candidates can definitely crack NEET 2025. However, with an additional 120 to 140 score in Physics aspirants can be one of the NEET 2025 toppers. Thus, to be a top-rank holder in the medical entrance test studying Physics for NEET 2025 is mandatory.

How to study Physics for NEET 2025: The three-step plan

Check the step-by-step plan to study Physics for the NEET exam 2025 below.

Step 1: Understand the questions of NEET 2025 Physics

While preparing for a national level medical entrance exam - NEET-UG, students need to understand the type and difficulty level of Physics questions asked. Aspirants often confuse the level of Physics asked in the NEET exam with the questions asked in engineering entrance tests after class 12. Students should note that the physics section of NEET 2025 will include questions of easy to moderate difficulty. To study Physics for NEET 2025 candidates should be thorough with NCERT basics, past year questions, and formulas.

Step 2: Clear your NEET Physics concepts

A key reason why students fail to prepare Physics for NEET 2025 is a lack of understanding of basic mathematical concepts which are necessary for studying Physics. Before preparing Physics for NEET, candidates should first understand and practice questions from basic mathematics which include trigonometry, differentiation, integration, and application of identities.

With basic understanding of mathematics, candidates can prepare and study Physics for NEET 2025 with better results. After understanding the basic concepts of mathematics, students can begin to study Physics for NEET 2025. Use class 11 and 12 NCERTs to cover the NEET Physics syllabus and build conceptual clarity.

Step 3: Study NEET Physics using previous question papers

Once students are thorough with the concepts and basics by studying Physics for NEET 2025, they should focus on solving last year's questions. Candidates should solve questions from the physics section of last year's NEET sample papers. Candidates might face difficulty in solving the questions in the first go, however, need not lose hope as practice makes a man perfect. Students should solve at least the last 5-year question papers to be thorough with the NEET exam pattern and difficulty level of questions asked in the Physics section. After solving last year's papers, students should solve questions from reference books and attempt NEET 2025 mock tests.

How to prepare physics for NEET: Important topics

Aspirants need to adopt the smart study strategy while studying Physics for NEET 2025. The objective of studying Physics for NEET UG exam especially when pressed for time is to score as many marks from the section as possible. In such a scenario, students should study physics as per chapter-wise weightage for NEET 2025. Based on the past year's analysis and the number of questions asked from each section, students should cover the following topics while studying Physics for NEET 2025.

NEET Physics 2025: Important topics

NEET 2025 Physics important topics

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Modern Physics and Electronics




How to read physics for NEET: Best books

It is important that candidates choose the resources to study Physics for NEET 2025 wisely. Studying NCERTs for NEET Physics preparation is mandatory. Additionally, students can refer to coaching material or reference books to practice questions and to understand the theory for studying Physics for NEET 2025. Check the list of best books for studying Physics for NEET UG 2025 below.

Books to study Physics for NEET 2025

  1. Class 11 and 12 Physics NCERTs

  2. Concepts of Physics, part 1 and 2 by H C Verma

  3. Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

  4. Objective Physics for the medical entrance examination (volumes 1 and 2) by DC Pandey

  5. NCERT Exemplar Class 11 and 12

  6. Physics MCQ by D Mukherjee

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Physics revision strategy for NEET 2024

Here's the best revision strategy for NEET physics:

  • Make a revision timetable for physics.
  • Candidates must have formula notebook for each chapter to revise formulas easily.
  • Solve all important questions right before the exams.
  • Review all Physics notes with full focus and concentration.
  • Practice mock test everyday in the required time duration.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. How many questions are asked in the Physics section in NEET?

A total of 50 multiple choice questions are asked in NEET Physics section.

2. Which is the best book to study Physics for NEET 2025?

The best book to study Physics for NEET 2025 is class 11 and 12 NCERTs.

3. How many total questions are asked in NEET exam?

A total of 200 multiple choice questions are asked in NEET exam from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.


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Hello aspirant

You haven't mentioned your category to which you belong.

If you belong to general category  then sorry to say wirh 131 marks in Neet you won't get medical seat .

See the  admission to medical colleges depends upon cut off and certain factors including number of students appeared in exam,  Toughness level of exam and previous year's cut off  etc .

Now this year's cut off is high ( as cut off keeps changing every year )

Cut off neet 2024 for general category candidate is 50th percentile  ie 720- 164

For sc/st/obc - 163 -129

Hello aspirant

Neet cut off for BAMS varies with university and keeps changing every year . Cut off depends upon various factors such as number of candidates appeared in exam, difficulty level of exam, availability of seat and previous year's cut off etc.

The neet qualifying marks 2024 for General category is 50th percentile ie 720- 164

Looking at previous year's cut off trends , the candidate must score 400 +  marks to get bams seat in private college . For government colleges cut off is still high ie 450+

For rank and college prediction you may visit the links given below

Hello aspirant

You have not mentioned to which category you belong .

To get bams seat in any medical college you need minimum 350 marks .

Now considering you as a general category candidate it is difficult to get bams with 245 marks . It depends upon neet cut off . Cut off changes every year and depends upon certain factors including number of candidates appeared in exam,  Toughness level of exam,  seat intake and previous year's cut off.

This year cut off is high.

For general category candidate neet qualifying marks are 50th percentile ie score 720 - 164 .

Still you may try in private colleges or deemed universities .

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Yes, you can definitely participate in State counselling for NEET UG without participating in All India Counselling.

  • All India Quota (AIQ) Counselling: This is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) for 15% of the MBBS/BDS seats in government colleges and all seats in central universities and Deemed Universities.

  • State Quota Counselling: This is conducted by the respective state authorities for the remaining 85% of the MBBS/BDS seats in government colleges and private medical colleges within the state.

    Participation in one is not dependent on the other. You can choose to participate in either, both, or neither depending on your preference and eligibility (state domicile for State Counselling).

    I hope it helps!

Hello aspirant

With 463 marks and being BC d category candidate you will get mbbs seat . But which college  you will get  depends upon neet cut off 2024.

Neet cut off 2024 is 50th percentile ie score between 720- 164.

You may get seat in following colleges

Kasturba medical college , manipal

Christian medical college, vellore

St. John's medical college,  bangaluru

Sri Ramchandra medical college,  Chennai

Datta Meghe medical Institute,  Nagpur

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