The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts an entrance test for the 15% merit seats in the Medical/ Dental Colleges of India. Owing to its popularity and its significance the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) receives lakhs of applications every year. The merit list of this entrance test is also used by state governments/ universities/ institutions for admission in the medical/ dental colleges against seats under their control. This book has been designed for aspirants preparing for NEET.
The present book for NEETcontains 10 practice sets which have been designed strictly as per the new guidelines of NEET 2016. The practice sets which have been designed on the lines of the syllabi for NEET 2016 will help aspirants practice different types of questions and also make sure that they know the examination pattern well before sit for the actual exam. This book is a knapsack of practice sets which include conceptual questions as well. The conceptual questions will help the students know their subjects strengths and weaknesses. The practice sets also include objective type questions with all possible variables to simulate the new pattern of NEET 2016. Also, authentic and explanatory solutions to all the questions covered in the practice sets have been given to ensure a better understanding of the concepts on which the questions are designed. An introduction to NEET along with subject-wise analysis for NEET 2016 has also been provided at the beginning of the book to let candidates understand the pattern of previous years’ examinations.NEET Phase I & Phase II 2016 Solved Papers have also been provided at the end of the book with detailed and authentic solutions which will help the candidates know the types of questions asked in previous years’ examination and what to expect in the upcoming exams.
As the book contains ample practice material in the form of specially designed Practice Sets, it for sure will act as a real performance booster for NEET preparation.
- Electric Charges
- Coulomb’s Law
- Force Between Two Point Charges
- Superposition Principle of Forces
- Continuous Charge Distribution
- Electric Field - Introduction of Electric Field
- Electric Field Lines