NEET is an all India level medical entrance exam. It is considered as one of the toughest exam to qualify. But if a student is determined to qualify this exam and is ready to toil hard then nothing can stop him or her from qualifying. A student is required to develop a proper strategy for the exam and in addition he or she also needs good books to study. In order to lay a strong conceptual foundation it is essential that a student should read recommended books.
Find below the list of NEET Exam Books for various subjects.
Books for Physics
- Physics NCERT Books – Part -1 and Part -2
- Objective Physics by D.C Pandey
- Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
- Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov.
- Concepts of Physics by H.C Verma.
Books for Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
- Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
- ABC of Chemistry for class 11th and 12thof Modern’s
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J. D. Lee
- Chemistryby Dinesh
- NCERT Chemistry
Books for Biology
- Trueman’s Biology Vol 1 and 2
- Objective Biology by Dinesh
- Pradeep Publication’s Biology
- GRB Bathla Publication for Biology
- NCERT Biology of Class XI and XII
Read Syllabus carefully – A student should read the NEET syllabus first. Only after reading the syllabus thoroughly and repeatedly a student will be able to understand various topics for the exam.
Identify questionareas – A student should try to find and mark those areas in syllabus from where questions are frequently asked.
Mark your weak and strong areas – A student also mark out the weak and strong areas in the syllabus. One should try to improve upon the weak areas by clarifying related concepts and examples. One should take help from teachers and seniors in concept building exercise.
Devise strategy to study – A student should put a proper strategy in place to cover the vast syllabus of the NEET exam. It is advised that a student should strive for conceptual clarity first before moving on to read higher books for the exam. For example – In Physics a student should build his basic concepts with NCERT books and only thereafter should move on to read higher books like I.E Irodov or Resnick and Halliday.
Divide time of study – A student should divide time of his/her study equally between Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Everyday a student should read all subjects for the exam.
Frequent Revision – A student should revise frequently to improve one’s command over the topics.
Try to solve previous years question papers – A student must solve previous years question papers as it gives him/her insight about the depth of questions.
Join online test series – It is important that a student should join online test series before the exam. These test series helps students to assess their own performance. They would be able to know where they are lacking and what needs to be improved.
Make your own notes – It is good if a student prepares his/her own note after reading all sorts of books.