High yielding topics for NEET 2020 physics refer to those topics from which a larger portion of questions are asked in the exam. Thus, if one understands them properly and practices them diligently, then it is said that it is easy to score 140+ in physics.
In the NEET exam, Physics accounts for 180 marks ie 25% of the score. If one scores 140+ in physics, 140+ in chemistry, and 320+ in biology, the overall score becomes 600+, which should fetch a rank in top 5000.
Almost after all the NEET/AIPMT exams, candidates have claimed to have found physics toughest. Actually the reason behind it is not that the questions are overly difficult. But that as PCB students, NEET aspirants often give low priority to the subjects physics and thus end up losing marks in it. However with a little extra practice and diligence, this barrier can be overcome, and Physics can actually be a high scoring subject.
Scoring high in Physics requires a lot of practice of the numericals and a know how of using each and every formula given in the NCERT texbooks. The modules, the practice tests and previous year question papers give a perfect idea of what kind of questions can appear in the paper. So stay inside your your home and use this time to sharpen your skills of all the following high yielding topics, with maximum weightage for NEET 2020 in physics, chapter wise.
The chapter of Modern Physics is relatively easy but the most important unit according to the experts and toppers and here are the yielding topics from the same. There are 6-7 questions from the same which can be solved in 30 second each if you know the concepts. NCERT is considered sufficient for these chapters.
- Photo electric effect
- wave nature of particle
- spectral series
- Nuclear Fission
The Mechanics is a vast vast topic and has a lot of topics under it. Below is the list of the high yielding topics from it.
- kinematic and vectors
- integration and diferentiation
- area under curve parabola and equations hyperbola
- centre of mass
- moment of inertia
- Work Power and Energy
Experts say that, if you are clear with the laws and applications, then you can crack the questions related to the Thermodynamics easily.
- Ideal Gas Equation
- Laws and Applications of Thermodynamics
- Isothermal and adiabatic processes.
The Electromagnetism chapter is a very interesting chapter from the Class 12th syllabus. You can sharpen your skills of the below topics to score efficient marks.
- heating effect
- current electricity
- calculation of magnetic field
Optics is also taken from the Class 12th syllabus and has about 3-4 questions in the question paper. Most questions are asked from these topics.
- Young’s experiments
- image formation
- various position of images formed because of mirrors and lenses
Apart for these, Gravitation and Semi Conductors are also an important chapters. Properties of Bulk matter do not hold very big importance so revise it thoroughly only if you have to the time to go through it.
However do note that the high yielding topics are listed on the basis of past year papers. NTA or MHRD or MCI does not recommend any weightage to any chapter. If it so wishes, it can give lots of questions from all the insofar low yielding topics. Hence, it is best to be fully prepared and not leave any stone unturned.
From class 11th syllabus, NEET 2020 will have questions on Physical world and measurement, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy, and Power, Motion of systems of particles and rigid body, Gravitation, Properties of Bulk Matter, Thermodynamics, Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic theory, Oscillations and wave. And from class 12th syllabus, the topics are Electrostatistics, Current Electricity, Magnetic effects of Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents, Electromagnetic waves, Optics, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, Atoms and Nuclei, Electronic Devices.