by Vikas Jangir

Date : 25-Jun-2020

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As NEET UG 2020 is postpone because of the COVID-19 pandemic and many students are asking about the date of NEET question  paper. No one can predict about the actual date of NEET exam because NEET 2020 Exam date is completely depends on the future of COVID-19.

According to the rate of infection of COVID-19 in our country The most probable date for NEET exam is in the month of AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER. My request to all NEET 2020 aspirant is that now you should focus on your NEET exam preparation instead of wasting time in discussion about NEET 2020 date and watching youtube videos on NEET exam date.

This COVID-19 pandemic gives all NEET 2020 aspirants enough time to properly revise NEET 2020 syllabus and uncovered topics. You can score 600+ marks in NEET question paper by staying focused towards your NEET exam preparation. You need to take care of both your health and the studies.

In this post we will discuss  about the most basic and important topics to score well above the 600 marks in your NEET exam.

1- Study every subject daily – Set a time table and follow it sincerely. The advantage of having a set time table is that you’ll avoid slacking and taking unnecessary breaks during your studies as most of you are at home.

2- Set a time limit when solving questions –  It will help you increase your speed and accuracy while solving the question paper. Every time you solve questions, keep a watch by your side and try solving more questions in less time.

3- Revise the high yielding chapters first –  Questions asked in NEET usually follow a pattern. Some chapters have greater importance than others.

4- Here is a list of most rewarding chapters from which maximum number of questions are asked –

 For PHYSICS chapters which are utmost important

  •  Modern physics
    •  Photoelectric effect
    • Atomic spectra
    • Mass energy and nuclear binding energy
    • Radioactivity 
    • Semiconductor
    • P-n junction
    • Logic gates
  • Rotational motion
    • Motion of centre of mass
    • Angular velocity
    • Torque
    • Moment of inertia
    • Angular momentum
  • Optics
    • Spherical mirrors and lens
    • Interference
    • Diffraction
    • Polarization
  • Current electricity
    • Ohm’s law 
    • Resistivity
    • Cell, EMF, internal resistance
    • Kirchoff’s law
  • Electrostatics
    • Potential
    • Electric Force
    • Elecrtic Field
    • Capacitor and capacitance
  • Magnetism
    • Biot-savart law
    • Ampere’s circuital law
    • Force between two parallel currents  
  • Error and significant figures
  • Vectors
  • Dimensional analysis
  • Motion in straight line
    • Average velocity and speed
    • Uniformly accelerated motion
  • Motion in plane
    • Projectile motion
    • Uniformly circular motion
  • Electromagnetic induction
    •  Lenz law
    • Magnetic flux
    • Inductance
  • Alternating current
    • LCR circuit
    • Power in AC circuit
    • Power factor
  • Laws of motion
    • Conservation of momentum
    • Equilibrium of particles
    • Circular motion
  • Work energy and power
    • Kinetic energy
    • Work done by variable force
    • Work energy theoram
    • Potential energy of spring
    • Conservation of energy
    • Power
  • Gravitation
    •  Kepler’s law
    • Gravitational constant
    • Acceleration due to gravity above and below surface of earth
    • Escape velocity
  • Mechanical properties of solids
    • Stress and strain
    • Hooke’s law
    • Elastic moduli
  • Thermal properties of matter 
    •  Thermal expansion
    • Specific heat capacity
    • Calorimetry
    • Newton’s law of cooling
  • kinetic theory
    • Behaviour of gaese
    • Kinetic theory of ideal gas
    • Specific heat capacity

For Chemistry most important chapters include


  1. General organic chemistry 
  • Nomenclature
  • IsomerismHydrocarbons
  1. Hydrocarbons
  •  Alkenes
  • Alkynes
  1. Mechanisms of reaction
  • Most important topic to study as you’ll solve every organic reaction easily after learning this chapter
  1. Alcohol, phenols, and ether
  • Nomenclature
  • Structure of functional groups
  • Reactivity series
  • More basic or acidic nature trend
  1.  Aldehyde and ketones
  • Preparation
  • Chemical reaction


  1. Equilibrium
  • Dynamic equilibrium
  • Application
  • Relation between K, Q and G
  • Factor affecting equilibrium
  • Buffer solution
  • Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salts
  1. Thermodynamics
  • Enthalpy change
  • Gibbs free energy
  1. Basic concepts of chemistry 
  • Mole concept
  1. Chemical kinetics
  • Rate
  • Factor affecting rate
  • Integrated rate equation
  1. Electrochemistry
  2. Solution
  3. Surface Chemistry


  1. Periodicity in properties
  • Periodic trends
  1. Chemical bonding
  • VSEPR theory
  • Hybridisation
  • MO Theory
  • Bonding examples
  1. P block
  • Oxides of nitrogen
  • Phosphorus allotropic forms
  • Oxoacids of phosphorus
  • Oxoacids of sulphur
  • Oxoacids of halogen
  • Interhalogen compounds
  1. Coordination compounds
  • Isomerism

For Biology the utmost important units

  1. Ecology
    •  Population
    • Ecosystem and energy flow
    • Pyramid
    • Ecosystem services
    • Biodiversity conservation
    • Acts
    • Global warming
    • Ozone depletion
    • Biomagnification
  2. Reproduction
    •  All diagrams of asexual reproduction
    • Apomixis and polyembryony
    • Human- Gametogenesis
    • Menstrual cycle
    • Fertilisation and implantation
    • Embryonic development
    • Reproductive health (methods)
  3. Human Physiology
    •  Digestive enzymes
    • Exchange and transport of gases
    • Regulation of cardiac activity
    • Nephrons and loop of Henley
    • Micturition
    • Movement
    • Reflex arc
    • Hormones – origin and type
    • Mechanisms of hormone action
  4. Genetics
    •  Mendel’s laws
    • Polygenic inheritance and pleiotropy
    • Mutation
    • Pedigree analysis
    • Transcription, Translation and genetic code
    • Human genome project
    • Evolution – diagrams
    • Hardy Weinberg principle
    • Origin and evolution of man
  5. Plant physiology
    •  Xylem and phloem structure
    • Source and sink
    • Essential mineral elements
    • Photosynthesis-reactions
    • Electrone transport
    • C4 pathway
    • Glycolysis
    • Respiratory balance sheet
    • Respiratory quotient
    • Plant hormones  
    • vernalization and seed dormancy
  1. Biological classification
    •  All examples
    • Monera
    • Diatoms
    • Viruses
  2. Structural organisation
    • Leaf 
    • Inflorescence
    • Description of some important families
    • Anatomy of dicot and monocot
    • Secondary growth
    •  Earthworm and cockroch
  3. Biotechnology
    •  Principles and tools
    • Process of recombinant DNA technology
    • Application of biotechnology in agriculture
    • Transgenic animals
    • All tables given.

For good score in NEET question paper, you should read the complete NEET 2020 syllabus because in NEET questions come from any topic. You can follow the above mentioned high-yield topics during quick revision for NEET question paper.

Don’t get too eager and exhaust yourself within the first week. Keep calm and study regularly. A sleep of eight hours is needed atleast. If you do not sleep well the next day is going to be in vain.

Lastly don’t get too anxious. If you get too anxious or nervous, speak to any teacher or senior you know about the things in your mind. After all you need a healthy mind to score well.