Objective Physics for NEET

Objective Physics for NEET is a trusted companion for all the NEET aspirants. It is designed to help students recapitulate the concepts within a given time period. Written in a lucid language, the book aims to provide clarity on all the concepts through meticulously ed practice questions along with questions from previous years’ papers. It also emphasizes the recent trends in topical coverage and the latest question paper pattern, as appeared in the NEET examination. Objective Physics for NEET would also be useful for other medical entrance examinations like AIIMS, JIPMER, etc.

Objective Physics for NEETObjective Physics for NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is a trusted companion for all the NEET aspirants. This series includes Physics, Chemistry, and Biology divided into two volumes as per the NCERT curriculum of class 11th and 12th. Written in lucid language, the book aims to provide clarity on all the concepts through meticulously developed practice questions along with previous years’ questions and NCERT exemplar section. Each chapter is designed in such a way that students can recapitulate the important topics and practice exercises within a given time.

A separate section on the AIIMS entrance examination in all the volumes gives extra mileage to the aspirants. It also emphasizes the recent trends in topical coverage, and the latest question paper pattern has appeared in the NEET examination. Objective Physics for NEET would also be useful for other medical entrance examinations like AIIMS, JIPMER, etc.

It gives me immense pleasure to present ‘Objective Physics for NEET and Other Medical Examinations.’ Objective Physics for NEET has been written to build a strong comprehension of fundamental principles of physics for medical aspirants. The content of the book is also beneficial for the preparation of AIIMS, JIPMER, and other state-level medical entrance examinations.

The author has strictly adhered to the latest pattern of NEET and developed the content in line with previous years’ papers from AIPMT/PMT/NEET and other competitive medical entrance examinations of the last 15 years. All chapters in this book conform to the pattern laid out in NCERT textbooks.

Each chapter starts with key concepts, followed by a large number of practice MCQs. Questions from previous years’ AIPMT and AIIMS examinations with important solutions have also been included. In addition, there is a separate section on AIIMS Essentials designed to prepare students to answer the “Assertion and Reason” type of questions. A separate section on AIIMS previous years’ questions is also provided.

Objective Physics for NEET is written in an uncomplicated and easy-to-understand language, with illustrations, tables, and highlighted text-boxes for last-minute revision. I hope that this book will stand out as a trusted solution for any physics-related requirement of medical aspirants and assist them in succeeding in the examination.





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Table of Contents

  • Dimensions and Error Analysis in Measurement
  • Vector and Scalar
  • Kinematics of 1-D, 2-D, 3-D
  • Laws of Motion and Friction
  • Work, Power, Energy and Circular Motion
  • Centre of Mass and Collision
  • Rotation and Rolling Motion
  • Gravitation
  • Elasticity and Surface Tension
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Oscillations and Waves
  • Waves and Acoustics
  • Thermal Expansion and thermodynamics
  • Kinetic theory of Gases
  • Calorimetry and Heat Transfer
  • Electric Field, Potential, Flux, and Gauss Law
  • Capacitors
  • Ohm’s Law and DC Circuits
  • Heating and Chemical Effect of Current
  • Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism
  • Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
  • Electromagnetic Waves
  • Wave Optics (Interference, Diffraction)
  • Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
  • Photons, X-rays and Dual Nature of Matter
  • Atoms and Nuclei
  • Solids and Semiconductor Devices
  • Communication Systems


  • Structured as per class XI and XII syllabus of NCERT
  • Chapter-wise NCERT exemplar questions
  • Assertion and Reason questions to aid in preparing for AIIMS and other similar examinations
  • Previous years’ questions embedded in every chapter
  • Mock tests and sample papers for practice
  • Solutions for the latest NEET question paper

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the 15% ‘All India Quota’ seats in the Medical and Dental Colleges in India. State governments/universities/institutions also use the merit list of this entrance test for admission in the medical/dental colleges against seats under their control.

Time Management

To crack NEET successfully, one must prepare profoundly. Consistent hard work, practice, and perseverance are needed to crack this examination. Statistically, NEET is one of the toughest examinations in India. During this examination, one must exercise clinical precision with speed since the average duration to respond to one question is hardly a minute. The aspirants should be conceptually clear in the subject owing to the negative marking in the examination. A better strategy to solve the paper is to go for the easiest first and then the toughest questions.

Regular practice of MCQs will assist the aspirants to assess their preparation for the examination. In a nutshell, hard work, conceptual clarity, and self-assessment are the essential ingredients to achieve success in NEET. NCERT texts play an important role in understanding the concepts. All concepts/theories must be referred in a regular manner.

NEET is a 3-hour examination, with a total of 180 Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) to be answered. The exam paper will be divided into four sections Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany. Each question carries 4 marks.

Time Management Tips

  • Step 1: First 30 mins: To solve maximum questions in a limited time frame, attempt the easy questions first. You may start from the Physics/Chemistry Section, where some problems may be answered by comparing the units of the options.
  • Step 2: Next 60 mins: Attempt Section II or III. For a few questions, where dimensional analysis fails, recognize the proper limits of the answer, and mark the correct answers.
  • Step 3: Next 60 mins: In some problems, the solution may not be obtained from a simple formula, and hence we need to calculate the formula. At that time, try the cause and result method to solve the problem and use estimation rule.
  • Step 4: Last 30 mins: Try the difficult questions of Physics and Chemistry and revise the complete answer script.


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