Tuesday, 26 December 2017


NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test which is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education. This exam is taken for admitting Medical aspirants in Medical Colleges all over India for Medical courses like MBBS, BDS (Dental) or MD OR MS. The student must have opted Science stream with major papers as Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Moreover, the student must be minimum 17 years old to give this exam. Every year about 12 lakh students appear for this prestigious exam which has a maximum of 55,455 MBBS seats and 25,900 BDS seats all over India making it one of the toughest exams to crack. Moreover if someone wants to get into good college, the requirement is even higher. Since NEET is a very difficult exam to crack, so it requires well planned strategically way of study and practice.

A huge number of students rush towards various cities and coaching institutes for better knowledge and better grip on their subjects but they end up ruining their career. Books have always been the best friends for humans since ages. This is so true in case of NEET preparation as well. Studying right books not only increase the self esteem and confidence but it also increase the knowledge of the subject which ultimately reflects in the results. Qualifying NEET is not so easy despite of its question level being lower than that of engineering entrance exams. The reason being the large number of questions asked in the exam and comparatively low time given to solve them.

Thus preparation requires high and regular practice to remove errors and silly mistakes and to increase the accuracy to ultimately uplift the result. BOOKS TO BE REFERRED FOR PREPARATION OF NEET:- According to question pattern of NEET exam, NCERT books serve the best quality when it comes to giving the logic. It has also been observed that the points which are mentioned in NCERT books and not elaborated properly tend to create questions in NEET exam. So to get more knowledge, side books are always been preferred. Here is a list of best books in market which give the required knowledge to clear the exam

1. Pradeep's, S.Chand, Dinesh - These side books are very useful as they could be called extended version of the NCERT books. They are very illustrative thus clearing the concepts to much more level than a NCERT book. Moreover, they have large number of practice questions which help students to know about question pattern and trends.

2. MTG Combo NEET, AIPMT 30 years chapter wise solved papers - Since rate of repetition of questions in NEET is much more compared to other competitive exams thus practicing with this book certainly give an edge to students over other candidates. Students can also opt MTG NEET Guide and NEET Explorer.
3. Arihant NEET BOOKS - Arihant Publications is the finest book publisher when it comes to competitive books. Few good books which students may opt are Objective Physics, Objective Chemistry and Exploring Biology. NEET 30 years combo is also a very good book.

 4. Physics and Chemistry books - For theory NCERT and either of Pradeep's, Dinesh or S.Chand is good for both Physics and Chemistry. But for question practice, DC Pandey and HC Verma for Physics and for Chemistry, OP Tondon and RC Mukherjee are the best. **FROM WHERE TO GET THESE BOOKS? Amit Book Depot is the leading wholesale seller of all kind of academic, non academic and competitive books. A person can easily get all the books from this book shop at a very cheap and reasonable price with latest edition. For more details one can also check the site www.amitbookdepot.com for reference. Beside all this, one should build the theory strong and then proceed towards problem solving part. NCERT books should be most emphasized ones and then one should also join a test series almost six months prior to exam to judge the strong and weak points in the preparations.

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