NEET UG Class 11-12
What is NEET exam?
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is the qualifying test for MBBS and BDS programmes in Medical and Dental colleges across India. It is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The Government of India introduced NEET exam to replace multiple entrance exams that were conducted by the states earlier. Along with multiple state level medical colleges, student can seek admission into prestigious medical colleges like AIIMS, JIPMER, etc. through NEET exam as well. In order for a student to be able to appear for NEET, a candidate needs to have Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology as their compulsory subjects in Class 11th & 12th.
The questions appear in the NEET are MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) that are tricky in nature which tests the students understanding of the concepts and their analytical skills. The questions are mostly NCERT based.
How SOS will help you crack the NEET exam?
The SOS NEET course is of 2 years consisting of Class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The SOS NEET Course has the following features:
- Each chapter has a brief introduction and it's importance in NEET.
- 300+ Recorded lectures of every class consisting of detailed explanation of the concepts of each and every chapter.
- 100+ Videos of solved Questions and Answers (Q&A) to improve the analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Unlimited practice tests consisting of MCQs to check students preparation.
- Chapter-wise MCQs to test students understanding of the concept and also to test their analytical skill.
- Subject-wise MCQs including 3-5 chapters to test students progress as they go through multiple chapters.
- Subject Mock Test in MCQ format to test the students understanding of the entire subject along with testing and improving their analytical skills.
Following are the list of chapters which are covered in Class 11 & 12 Physics, Chemistry & Biology for the SOS NEET Course:
|Physics 11||Chemistry 11||Biology 11|
|- Physical World||- Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry||- The Living World|
|- Units and Measurement||- Structure of Atom||- Biological Classification|
|- Motion in a Straight Line||- Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||- Plant Kingdom|
|- Motion in a Plane||- Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||- Animal Kingdom|
|- Laws of Motion||- States of Matter||- Morphology of Flowering Plants|
|- Work, Energy and Power||- Chemical Thermodynamics||- Anatomy of Flowering Plants|
|- System of Particles and Rotational Motion||- Equilibrium||- Structural Organisation in Animals|
|- Gravitation||- Redox Reactions||- Cell: The Unit of Life|
|- Mechanical Properties of Solids||- Hydrogen||- Biomolecules|
|- Mechanical Properties of Fluids||- The s-Block Elements||- Cell Cycle and Cell Division|
|- Thermal Properties of Matter||- The p-Block Elements||- Transport in Plants|
|- Thermodynamics||- Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and Techniques||- Mineral Nutrition|
|- Kinetic Theory||- Hydrocarbons||- Photosynthesis in Higher Plants|
|- Oscillations||- Environmental Chemistry||- Respiration in Plants|
|- Waves||- Plant Growth and Development|
|- Digestion and Absorption|
|- Breathing and Exchange of Gases|
|- Body Fluids and Circulation|
|- Excretory Products and their Elimination|
|- Locomotion and Movement|
|- Neural Control and Coordination|
|- Chemical Coordination and Integration|
|Physics 12||Chemistry 12||Biology 12|
|- Electric Charges and Fields||- The Solid State||- Reproduction in Organisms|
|- Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance||- Solutions||- Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants|
|- Current Electricity||- Electrochemistry||- Human Reproduction|
|- Moving Charges and Magnetism||- Chemical Kinetics||- Reproductive Health|
|- Magnetism and Matter||- Surface Chemistry||- Principles of Inheritance and Variation|
|- Electromagnetic Induction||- General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements||- Molecular Basis of Inheritance|
|- Alternating Current||- The p-Block Elements||- Evolution|
|- Electromagnetic Waves||- The d-and f-Block Elements||- Human Health and Disease|
|- Ray Optics and Optical Instruments||- Coordination Compounds||- Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production|
|- Wave Optics||- Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||- Microbes in Human Welfare|
|- Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter||- Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||- Biotechnology: Principles and Processes|
|- Atoms||- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids||- Biotechnology and its Applications|
|- Nuclei||- Amines||- Organisms and Populations|
|- Semiconductor Electronics: Materials, Devices and Simple Circuits||- Biomolecules||- Ecosystem|
|- Communication Systems||- Polymers||- Biodiversity and Conservation|
|- Chemistry in Everyday Life||- Environmental Issues|
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