CBSE NEET: 7 Best Physics Prep Books

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level common medical entrance test that is conducted by CBSE for those students of Medical Science who aspire to get admission in MBBS and MS. NEET’s score is considered for admission in almost all medical colleges, including private colleges in India. So, medical aspirants of X or XII class and XII pass-outs have to appear in this exam. NEET at under graduate level is declared by the Government of India to be held on May 5, 2013 across India for the first time. Wherein, NEET for postgraduate courses such as MD/MS/Diploma shall be held online on November 23 and December 6, 2012.

As decided by the Medical Council of India (MCI), NEET 2012 exam will contain 180 questions to be attempted in 180 minutes. The test will be divided in 4 sections – physics, chemistry, botany and zoology. Each section will have 45 questions in both English and Hindi.

Since this exam is going to be conducted at an all India level, you will face a tough competition. Hence, it becomes necessary to know the type of questions that are asked in the exam. You can cover your topics of the NEET exam by studying from the subject reference books. These books familiarize you with the topics so that you can apply what you have studied. There are many education publications that bring out bundles of Physics reference books. We’ve chosen the best from the whole lot.

 Best Physics Prep Books for CBSE NEET

  1. For Medical CET Physics in 40 Days NEET-UG 2012 by S B Tripathi has covered detailed theory with figures for the better understanding of topic. It contains tests from each unit along with three mock papers, for students to check their preparation. This book also includes solved papers from 2008-2011 of AIPMT, AFMC and AIIMS.
  2. NEET Physics by Disha Experts is a book developed on an objective pattern as per the syllabus of class 11 and12 and latest NEET syllabus. Containing 22 chapters in all, they provide precise theory along with illustrations. Also, the book includes 2 solved exercises for practice at the end of each chapter.
  3. Physics (NEET/JEE/AIEEE) by Nirali contains topics for the exam covered in detail along with figures and formulae. This book makes the learning for the NEET exam simplified.
  4. Physics NEET Series: NEET/ISEET/AIEEE/AIPMT/AIIMS/AFMC & Other Competitive Exams by Pardeep Kumar and Jaswinder Singh Virdi follows step by step approach of learning. It also contains inputs as per latest CBSE syllabus, more than 2,000 MCQs and solved model question papers.
  5. MTG Foundation Course Physics Boards IIT-JEE/PETs/NEET/AIPMT (Class – 10) by MTG Editorial Board includes topics like reflection of light, refraction of light, the human eye, magnetic effect of  electric current and sources of energy, explained exhaustively for your reference.
  6. MTG Foundation Course Physics Boards IIT-JEE|PETs NEET|PMTs NTSE|NSO (Class – 8 ) by MTG Editorial Board contains topic-wise explanation of measurement and motion, force and pressure, friction, sound, temperature and heat, chemical effects of electric current, magnetic effects of electric current, some natural phenomena, light and stars and the solar system. This book gives you a wider knowledge of topics that you are likely to see in the exam.
  7. Chapter-wise–Topic-wise Questions-Solutions Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics for Medical Entrances Highly Useful for NEET 2013 (Set of 3 Books) by Preeti Gupta, Digvijay Singh and Sudhakar Banerjee is a book extremely useful for NEET exam as it contains topics extensively explained from each chapter. Along with that, it also includes a previous year paper.




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