Pan India level examination, National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Considered gateway to admission in MBBS and BDS courses at the best medical institutes of India, it definitely does enjoy a lot of popularity among the medical students. Scheduled to be conducted on May 5, 2019, the candidates should be well aware that time is never enough when the competition is of this huge magnitude.
NEET tests students on fundamental concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. While the exam is largely based on Class XI and XII NCERT syllabus, they must be supplemented with question banks and most importantly, past question papers if you don’t want to miss the target. Knowing that Biology holds the maximum weight in the exam, chapter “Biological Classification” from our book will surely help you prepare better for this topic in particular, and Biology in general.
There are 131 questions, distributed topic wise with detailed solution to erase all your doubts. Previous years papers give a fair idea of the standard of questions and pattern of the paper. Once you have gone through these papers thoroughly, you are already two steps ahead of the flock.
You can give your best in the three hours of the examination when you have done everything with full sincerity. Ignoring Previous Years Papers is not an option. For more topic wise questions, go for our book, ‘31 Years NEET Chapter wise and Topic wise Solved Papers Biology’ and we guarantee, you won’t be disappointed.