14 Best Tips for Cracking NEET Chemistry 2016 Exam
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is going to be conducted by the CBSE. Large numbers of applicants were applied for this NEET 2016 entrance exam for getting admission into various medical courses in various top colleges in India. After successful completion of the online registration process, candidates are ready to start their exam preparation. Now all the applied applicants are eagerly waiting for the preparation tips and guidance subject wise for cracking the NEET 2016 entrance exam. Every year lakhs of students were applied appeared the NEET exam and got the admission in desired course. Here we are providing the 14 best Tips for Cracking NEET Chemistry 2016. Interested candidates may download the preparation tips through online from our website.
- This the correct time for revising the previously practiced concepts thoroughly without wasting the time.
- National wise exams generally priority given to Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
- Be confident and attempt the examination with cool mind.
- Practicing the previous papers of AFMC, AIPMT, and AIIMS would crack the exam.
- Do not commit any simple mistakes knowingly.
- Attempt questions carefully as there is negative marking.
- Do not guess any questions without knowing. So applicants can follow the following Tips for Cracking NEET Chemistry 2016.
- Do not start the new concepts at this preparation time.
- Candidates should practice the topics like Polymers and surface chemistry from CBSE text books.
- Multiple Choice Questions from physical chemistry part involve both conceptual and problematic.
- MCQs are mostly related to concepts and basic principles. So improve the command on the concepts.
- MCQs from organic chemistry related to reaction mechanism, isomerism, IUPAC Naming, Interconversions and Named Reactions etc.
- Applicants must manage time and answer the known questions first.
- List out all the formulae related to the chapters solutions, chemical equilibrium, kinetics, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, basic principles of chemistry, ionic equilibrium and state of matter etc.