For admission in about 130 government colleges and 30 dental colleges in India, the cut off marks obtained in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is considered the criterion. A national level examination, NEET is without a doubt, the most popular examination among students who wish to pursue their career in the medical field.
Apparently, some 13 lakhs students had appeared in the NEET 2018 and similar numbers are expected in 2019. It goes unsaid that some of these have already started working real hard for NEET 19 and if you want to succeed, the best time to kick-start your preparation is NOW. The competition is tough and it’s time to get tougher.
NEET tests students on basic concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The syllabus is based on the NCERT books; however they alone do not suffice the requirement of the examination. The most important supplement that you need is the Practice Sets. Disha Publications pays special attention while preparing these sets, keeping the latest pattern in mind as well as the type of the questions asked. Solve the Exercises based on NEET Guide Chemistry and keep yourself ahead of the pack.
There are three exercises; First consists of Conceptual Questions, second exercise is on Applied Questions and the third one comprises of Previous Years Questions. Detailed solution is given so that there is no room for confusion. Practice and consistency are two very important mantras to success. Solve it now and book your seat in your favourite college.
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