After an in depth analysis, the very important must know Chapter based tips are as follows,
In the case of Kinematics which can have a 3-5% weightage, a NEET aspirant
- Must be very clear with concepts like Displacement, Acceleration, Average Velocity & Relative velocity. Try to visualize the problems in the mind to effectively tackle them.
- In projectiles finding Range, Maximum height, Time of flight, velocity at any point on the trajectory is important. Generally in this area questions are straight and fair.
- Questions based on graphical data are also important.
When it comes to Laws of Motion carrying a 3-5% weightage,
- Practice the conceptual questions based on Laws of Motion and application of the principle of conservation of linear momentum. While working out problems related to connected bodies, students should necessarily draw free body diagram.
- The concept of finding velocity of the colliding bodies in one dimensional elastic head on collision is important.
In the chapter of Work Power Energy having a 4-5% weightage, Theorems are the main subtopics. Sometimes it is advantageous to do the problem using law of energy.
In Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body (5%) the,
- Questions on vertical circular motion are the expected models.
- Problems of finding Torque, when position vector and force vector are given are also important.
- Finding Moment of inertia of regular bodies using parallel and perpendicular axes theorem are important.
- Also, work out problems based on conservation of angular momentum and rolling motion.
Gravitation is a relatively an easier chapter with 2% weightage
- Be clear with basic forces in nature. Simple question on Universal law of gravitation, variation of ‘g’ with altitude, depth, latitude are important.
- Problem solving technique using energy conservation helps arrive at the answers.
- Problem on orbital velocity, escape velocity are very important.
In the chapter of Properties of Bulk Matter with 2% weightage,
- The advantage with elasticity is limited sub-topics & limited models of problems. The main concepts are with stress, strain related modulus of elasticity and Poisson’s ratio. To answer theory bits, concepts like elastic fatigue & behavior of wire under increasing load must be understood.
- Examples of surface tension from daily life, surface energy, relation between surface tension and surface energy, angle of contact & capillarity must be mastered. Effect of temperature on surface tension, excess pressure in soap bubble and liquid drop are topics from which we can expect questions. Problems like finding work done to split big drop into number of droplets, work done to blow a soap bubble are important.
- Try to be thorough with fluid mechanics as it is inter-related to many other topics in physics.
- Problems based on Bernoulli’s theorem, velocity of efflux are more important.
Thermodynamics is quite an important topic to be focused with close to 9-10% of mark weightage. Request the aspirants to,
- Have a clear idea of zeroth law of thermodynamics, Joules law, and the first law of thermodynamics. Principle of calorimeter, problems related to different thermodynamic processes are important. While solving the problems related to work done in adiabatic and isothermal, keep in mind the sign conventions.
- Do some models on Carnot engine – Efficiency and Coefficient of performance.
- Be thorough with the concepts on Kinetic theory of gasses.
Kinetic theory of gases is a simple and easy topic with 3% weightage in which conceptual questions can be practiced.
Oscillations and waves (3%) is an interesting chapter where students should understand the term phase and its importance in solving problems. They should know the,
- Different relations for Velocity & Acceleration. The maximum and minimum values are to be remembered.
- To solve problems related to loaded spring, students should have clear idea of spring constant, changes in the time period, when it is cut and coupled with other springs.
- Try to work out more numerical on Doppler effect and pipes
In Optics, Wave optics may be covered first as the content is less compared to Geometrical Optics. Regarding wave optics concentrate on theory based questions.
Theory based questions will be asked from the chapters like Modern physics, Semiconductor devices & the Communication systems. #TamilnaduStateBoard students have an added advantage as their Board exam preparation supports them well for the same.
Another common area is Gravitation, Electrostatics and Magnetism with same principles and applications by chance of variables. Coulombs law becomes Newton’s Gravitational law. The analogue of the Gauss’s Law can be used for evaluation of gravitational field.
Electricity and Magnetism can be studied together. Electric current & Thermal conduction also are associated topics.
Thus by giving top priority to Modem Physics, Electrostatics, Magnetic effects of current and earth’s magnetism, Heat & Thermo Dynamics, SHM and Oscillations, Current Electricity, Gravitation & Rotational Mechanics, EMI, AC & EM Waves, Optics & Kinematics we can achieve a decent score in NEET Physics 2019. These are the Chapters which are given extra focus and practice in Venper’s Crash Course 2019 commencing from 20th March 2019.
Good Luck Aspirants!!
Department of Physics,
NEET Physics has always been a challenge to Tamilnadu aspirants since 2016. Venper Academy Department of Physics has come up with 25 Tips to score a minimum of 25 MCQs out of 45 in NEET 2019 & its as follows!!
1. NEET exam is more conceptual rather numerical. So, try to improve the knowledge related to the concepts.
2. Prepare your own plan/time table so that all the topics are covered based on the mark weightage and your individual comfort level with each topic.
3. Try to go through NCERT books and try to answer the questions given at the end of every chapter in these books which is the preliminary step in strengthening your Concepts.
4. Time Management has always a challenge with Students, try to practise questions in a test like environment which in turn improves the accuracy and speed.
5. While going through every topic list out the important formulae and conceptual points so that these can be again revised two/three days before the exam.
6. Practice Level or Level II problems number of possible.
7. Practice more number of topic wise assignments and consolidated tests.
8. Download previous AIPMT/NEET Question Papers and practice them as sample papers or take them as Mock Tests.
9. Complete the biology and chemistry paper with a total of 135 questions within 2hrs having at least 60minutes for 45 questions to get more score in physics.
10. Do not quit any topic.
11. Even in the difficult topic you feel, try to learn fundamental definitions, concepts & formulae and practice related problems.
12. Concentrate on difficult areas in the easiest topics you feel, to have a command on these topics.
13. Study regularly and moderately. Do not pick new topic nearing the exams.
14. The most difficult topics all together may be 10 % to 20 % which is worth an effort preparing well in advance and not to be left for the last minute.
15. Most of the Bio core students feel physics very difficult. Even in solving simple mathematical calculations. Well this is all mere psychological rather real.
16. Core Biology students should learn few fundamental formulae related mathematics.(such differentiation, integration etc.)
17. Generally Students lose marks in physics not because of its difficultness, but due to their psychology.
– Be confident on your preparation.
– Practice formulae based problems.
– Go through academy text book for theory questions especially topics like Physical Optics, Nuclear Physics etc.
18. Learning basics in all topics and thorough knowledge in selected topics can lead to a better rank.
19. Give equal importance for both first and second year topics.
20. Be thorough with topics like Gases, Nuclear Physics Optical Spectra which are useful for Chemistry.
21. More theory based questions will be asked are atomic physics, nuclear physics semiconductor and communications.
22. Attempt questions carefully as there is negative marking. Do not answer a question in which you have no confidence.
23. Department of Physics, Venper Academy teaches shortcuts in identifying answers for a few selected types of questions by eliminating & exclusion method rather than working out the solution. Tricks like this will be really helpful.
24. Revision of Effective class notes plus regular practise is the key to success.
25. Above all, any competitive exam is a mind game. The more focused, stable and confident you are…The better is the output.
Good luck aspirants!!
Fortunately or unfortunately Students studying @ #Venper Academy take the Statewide #Cumulative Assessments conducted very seriously.
It’s a phase wise Test which we conduct on a quarterly basis after a few chapters gets uniformly covered across all our 15 Centres & Integrated In Campus School Programmes.
This time we had observed that irrespective of the Students be in #ResidentialRepeater, #DayScholar Repeater & #Regularweekend, the Students take these exams very seriously and there has been incidences of Students fainting in the exam hall, falling sick a day before the exam due to the adrenaline rush & a lot of careless mistakes after an analysis of the OMR sheet.
Thus the Academics Team of Venper Academy feel that it’s important that we should highlight the importance of handling exam stress & ways to combat the same.
What is Stress?
Stress is a state of mental or emotional tension resulting from demanding circumstances.
Let’s find out more signs and symptoms!
Identify Stress Signs and symptoms in Students
- Sudden mood swing
- Throwing tantrums and complaining all the time
- Disturbed sleep pattern
- Lack of hunger
- Developing unhealthy eating habits
- Sudden hostile treatment or showing anger towards family members
How to help your child deal with Stress?
1. Maximum periodic Regular Interaction
One thing that really works is to talk & discuss with your child as much as possible. After each exam, encourage your child to talk it through with you. Motivate them to do well in the next exam. Tell them about their awesome moments and how they made you feel proud. Remind them of their strengths & positive points.
2. Positive attitude before the Exam
Just before the exam or a day prior to the exam, be positive and get your kids to feel the same.
3. Encourage exercise/ yoga/ meditation
Our Residential Repeater Programme has daily sessions of Yoga for Girls and Boys separately which is working wonders in their performance.
It also boosts up the energy level and clears the mind from a cluttered thinking.
Waking up Early
Our Residential Repeaters class starts @ 6am to encash on their fresh early morning concentration level. All entrance exam aspirants should adapt the habit of waking up early to bring in a discipline within themselves.
4. Prepare light, healthy and delicious food
Stress can have an adverse effect on your child’s appetite and skipping meals will only worsen the situation. As a parent, you can prepare light, healthy meals which are high on energy, but low on salt and sugar. From whole grains and seeds to tomatoes and sage, make sure you are feeding your little ones with good food. Stock your kitchen with healthy snacking options such as baked beans, oat bars, sprouts, vegetable soups, fresh sandwiches and more.
5. Credit their performance & indulge them in activities they like after the exams.
Some of the best activities to do with kids after they have come back writing an exam is to treat them. Take them out to their favorite restaurant. This will motivate them to do well in their upcoming exams!
Hope these tips will prove out to be really effective in dealing with stress and anxiety in your kids.
Here is wishing your ward a confident stress free academic year ahead!
The exam dates of NEET 2019 have been announced and it is time for aspirants to start preparation. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is organized by the NTA (National testing Agency) twice in a year by NTA. It is the only national level medical entrance exam. It is organized for providing admission in MBBS, BDS & Ayush courses offered by all Indian Medical colleges. From 2019, the examination will be conducted through online mode (computer based exam)
NEET 2019 Exam Application
As per the notification released, release of NEET application form will start from 1st November 2018 and last date for submission is 30th November 2018. The application form will be issued through online mode only. Applicants should upload the second images of recent passport size photograph and signature. Once the application form is filled up correctly and completely, a confirmation page will be generated. It is advisable to download the application form.
NEET 2019 Entrance Exam Admit Card
The admit card for national level medical entrance exam 2019 will be dispatched in the first week of January.
NEET 2019 Exam Date
The exam of NEET will be held from 3rd February to 17th February 2019. Exams to be held in the month of May, will be conducted from 12th May to 26th May
Eligibility for NEET 2019
- Candidates must have completed the age of 17 years.
- The maximum age limit will be 25 years (30 years for SC/ST & OBC).
- Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs), Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs) & Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply for NEET UG.
- Candidates belong to J&K state will be eligible to apply for 15% All India Quota on the basis of self declaration.
- Aadhar number is not mandatory to apply for NEET Exam.
- J&K, Assam & Meghalaya candidates can also apply by providing their passport number, ration card number, bank account number or any other valid Government ID number.
- NRI candidates can apply by Adhaar Card number or Passport Number.
- PIO, OCI & Foreign nationals’ candidates can apply by Passport Number.
Eligibility subject for NEET 2019
- Students must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam. Students appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible.
- In the qualifying exam, students should have physics, chemistry, biology/bio-technology with English as compulsory subject.
- Minimum 50% marks for general, 45% marks for PH and 40% marks for SC/ST candidates in the PCB group.
NEET 2019 Syllabus
A common syllabus will be prescribed by MCI (Medical Council of India) for the NEET UG exam. NEET 2019 syllabus will contain physics, chemistry and biology subjects.
Total 180 objective questions will be asked in the exam.For each correct answer, four marks will be given. For each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted.The exam duration will be of three hours.
How to Prepare for NEET exam 2019
Every year lakhs of students appear for the exam but only few succeed with good scores. This competitve exams need good preparation in a systematic manner. Just take a look at the tips to prepare for NEET UG 2019 exam for admission in your dream medical colleges.
- Create a study time-table and give equal weightage to all the subjects
Never prepare long hours of study in schedule also includes short intervals of rest.
- Prepare yourself as per the officially prescribed syllabus and exam pattern.
- Focus in the weak topics of the syllabus and work hard on them.
- Practice from previous year question papers it will help you to know the exam pattern.
- Eat healthy and take adequate sleep to keep yourself fresh and active.
As the Head Operations Academics of Venper, in simple I would say our Top rankers in NEET 2017 & 2018 are a proof that we are well versed in blending the curriculum & coaching the Tamilnadu State Board Students. Fortunately or unfortunately our learning centres across Tamilnadu got established in zones thickly populated with Matriculation Schools. Thus our in campus coaching was also primarily in Tamilnadu State Board Schools & our Students in our learning centres were also majority from the State Board background.
Faculties (Majority are from Kerala & North India from premium institute background) are made to go through the State Board Textbooks first. Secondly they had developed a Bridge material in each subject which would only contain the concepts and facts from NCERT which is not available in State Board Text books, running to 50-75 pages combining both volumes of Class XI & XII. Primarily a State Board Student is made to realise that he is just a few pages away from NCERT level.
Then comes the major phase of teaching concepts with adequate Foundation exposure. Followed by solving Previous Year Questions in class & giving the Student an orientation on how the MCQs are framed and areas to concentrate. The most important phase is our Daily Practise Problems (DPP) as Worksheets. We ensure that Students solves a stipulated number of MCQ on their own followed by a discussion session at the end of the week. The initial 4 assessments will be framed to desensitise & get accustomed to the NCERT level in a graded pattern followed by common test papers for all at the standards of National level competitive exams.
Thus in simple our Faculties & the Learning Management Systems are tuned to to learn & imbibe what a Tamilandu State board student knows & what it takes more to crack NEET thus becoming the Best NEET Coaching Institute of the Year 2017, awarded by the Higher Education Review, New Delhi.
We are from Adyar & my daughter had joined Engineering in SRM Ramapuram Campus in 2017 as she had missed the opportunity of getting through NEET 2017. Weekends she had Holidays & she wanted to a give an attempt again. Since my daughter was a Hostelite in Ramapuram, Porur being closer she joined Venper Academy Porur branch. She had sacrificed her weekends to come home to Adyar & she underwent the weekend day scholar Repeater Programme.
I would say in addition to the Faculties, Study Material, Worksheets & Assessments the motivation, individual attention & focus on my daughter has secured her a place in Thriuvannamalai Medical College in NEET 2018. Probably if she could have been a full time repeater, she could have got a better college within Chennai. I was invited for their 15th Learning centre opening in Adyar Inaugurated by N.Srinivasan, Chairman & MD, India Cements Ltd. I am happy about the choice i made last year inspite of so many institutes in Adyar. This is how Venper has won the hearts of many parents and topping the charts of Adyar now!
It is right time for you to prepare for NEET Counselling 2018 as Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) of India is conducting NEET 2018 Counselling. VENPER Academy gives you important points to be well equipped to meet NEET counselling 2018 with confidence and clarity.
NEET 2018 counselling is conducted to fill the 15% All India Quota Seats by MCC and remaining 85% seats will be filled by NEET State Counselling 2018. Students upon clearing NEET exam 2018 are eligible to register for MCC counselling and seat allotment 2018.
Get to know the End to End procedure guidance
NEET Counselling 2018 is done in 2 rounds.
Round-I expected to be held during 3rd of week of June’18 and results to be announced in 04th week of June’18 followed by Round-II. Check below for the tentative counselling schedule.
|S.No.||Counselling Events||NEET UG 2018 Counselling Dates|
|1.||NEET Counselling 2018 Registration, Choice Filling (from 5th) and Indicative Seat||3rd week of June 2018|
|2.||Choice Filling and Locking||4th week of June 2018|
|3.||NEET Seat Allotment 2018 Process- Round 1||4th week of June 2018|
|4.||Declaration of NEET Seat Allotment Round 1 Result||Last week of June 2018|
|5.||Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 1||Last week of June 2018|
|6.||Exercising of Choices and Locking (Round 2)||1st week of July 2018|
|7.||NEET Seat Allotment 2018 Process- Round 2||1st week of July 2018|
|8.||Declaration of NEET Seat Allotment List for Round 2||2nd week of July 2018|
|9.||Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2||2nd week of July 2018|
NEET 2018 Counselling Procedure
Read further to know the complete step by step procedure to apply for NEET 2018 Counselling and Seat Allotment Process.
1. NEET Counselling Registration 2018
To apply for NEET Counselling Registration 2018, the candidates are required to visit the MCC Official website after successfully qualifying in the Exam and NEET Merit List.
- NEET 2018 Online Application.
- After checking all the details, finally click on the ‘Confirm Registration’
2. Choice Filling and Locking
Candidates are required to fill the choices of courses and colleges according to their preference.
NEET 2018 Counselling FAQs (Most Asked Questions)
During NEET UG Counselling 2017, the candidates have gone through various dilemmas like how to apply for counselling, how to fill fresh choices and much more. There were a lot of queries related to the NEET 2017 Counselling amongst the candidates. The queries related to get admission in desired medical colleges were common. So, below, we have listed some frequently asked questions by the candidates which can also be helpful during the counselling of UG NEET 2018. Let’s have a look.
Question 1. Where should I report for counselling registration and choice filling?
Answer: The NEET Counselling Registration and choice filling can be done from the place of convenience (including home) through the internet. There is no need to report any counselling center.
Question 2. Can I fill more than one college choice in the choice filling form?
Answer: Yes, you can fill many choices, however the choices should be in order of candidates ‘preference.
Question 3. Can I edit my choices during Choices Filling and Locking during round 1?
Answer: Yes, you can edit, add or delete your filled choices during the period before locking your final choices. But once you lock the choices, then you will not be able to modify them.
Question 4: What are the Quotas and seats on which admission will be offered through NEET?
Answer: NEET offers admissions through the following seats/ quotas.
NEET 2018 Result: Medical UG Entrance Exam results celebrating the 3rd NEET Update from 2016’s onwards. As the 3rd Chronological NEET MBBS Entrance Examination Results will be declared on 5 June 2018. As the NEET Portal will be get opened at any time as per scheduled date. Well, the Candidates can expect the result a day before as on 4th of June as a surprise.
NEET 2018 Result can be used for the Medical Admission purposes at Various colleges out there in India. However, the 12th-grade marks adding scenario report isn’t updated from the officials. The rank reports notification will detail the same in upcoming days regarding all queries related to it. The More reports regarding NEET 2018 have explained below.
NEET 2018 Result Updates and Valuation in Detail: The No of Students appeared for NEET 2018 UG Entrance Examination found to more than 12 Lakhs. Nearly 11 lakhs of aspirants for 2017 NEET Examination. However, this might be the record number of applicants applied in Medical Entrance Examination in the Chronological update of NEET. As it sounds like a Single phase examination as like other Jipmer as well as Aims. The Jipmer for PG has been done a day before in various part of India and board will be releasing its answer keys as well as results soon. While in concern with the NEET UG 2018, the official NEET 2018 Answer Keys and Cut off will be updated in the portal soon.
The CBT based Valuation has opted for NEET 2018 Entrance conducted in the month of May 2018. However, the report sounds like few numbers of absentees reported for the NEET 2018 while in comparison with the NEET 2017. The CBSE has set to release the 2018’s results For NEET Entrance at the Various Authorized portal.
The more detailed report with pass percentage report of NEET 2018 Result can be collected from the official website.
For Reference, Visit: www.neetresult2018.com
In an attempt to streamline medical education and maintain uniformity in quality of doctors practicing in the country, the health ministry is planning to merge FMGE with NEXT, which has been proposed to assess quality of MBBS pass-outs.
At present, foreign medical graduates are required to write the FMGE and need to show Medical Council of India (MCI) eligibility certificates to become eligible to practice here. Now, the government is planning to merge FMG with NEXT and scrap the MCI eligibilty score and instead introduce NEET score for foreign graduates.
According to the health ministry, in 2015-16, only 610 out of 5,863 Indian students who pursued medical graduation abroad passed the screening test conducted by MCI. However, the number of such students going abroad, mainly to China, is constantly increasing because while seats in government medical colleges in India are limited, pursing MBBS in private colleges here is a very high cost affair. The proposal of NEXT is part of the National Medical Commission Bill, 2018, which is likely to be taken up in the monsoon session of Parliament. The bill, which was amended following recommendations of the parliamentary standing committee on health, now proposes a uniform national exit test in the final year of MBBS course.
FMGE are conducted twice a year and require 50% marks to clear. Earlier this year, the ministry has also made it mandatory for Indian students to clear the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) if they want to pursue medical studies outside the country.