NEET Physics Syllabus 2024 🔭: Topics and Weightage

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NEET Physics Syllabus

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Around 50 questions of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test come directly from the topics of the NEET physics syllabus. Candidates need to answer at least 45 questions to secure 180 marks in Physics subject. A wide variety of theoretical concepts and numerical problems are parts of Physics syllabus for NEET exam 2024. Below, we have mentioned the important topics of Physics syllabus including subject-wise weightage.

NEET Physics Syllabus 2024 📕

Recently NTA released the reduced NEET Syllabus PDF along with the topics of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The weightage of class 11th and 12th topics is almost equal in the Physics syllabus for NEET. Students need to focus on every topic, and every concept of this subject during their preparation for success. Let’s dive deep and understand the syllabus in detail.

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NEET Physics Syllabus of Class 11th 📝

UnitsTopic / Chapters
Physics and measurement
  • Units of measurements.System of UnitsSI Units, fundamental and derived UnitsErrors in measurementsDimensions of Physics quantities.Dimensional analysis, and its applications.
  • The frame of referenceMotion in a straight linePosition- Time graphSpeed and VelocityUniform and Non-Uniform motionAverage Speed and Instantaneous VelocityMotion in a planeProjectile Motion.Uniform Circular Motion
Laws of Motion
  • Force and inertiaNewton’s First law of motionMomentumNewton’s Second Law of motionImpulsesNewton’s Third Law of motionCentripetal Force and its ApplicationsVehicles on a level Circular Road.Vehicle on a Banked Road
Work, Energy, and Power
  • Work done by a constant force and a Variable ForceKinetic and Potential EnergyWork-energy theoremPower.The Potential Energy of Spring Conservation of Mechanical EnergyConservative and Non-Conservative ForcesMotion in a Vertical Circle: Elastic and Inelastic collisions in one and two Dimensions
Rotational Motion
  • Centre of the mass of a two-particle systemCentre of the Mass of a Rigid BodyBasic concepts of Rotational MotionMoment of a ForceTorqueAngular MomentumValues of Moments of Inertia for Simple Geometrical ObjectsParallel and Perpendicular axes Theorems and their ApplicationsEquilibrium of Rigid BodiesRigid Body Rotation and Equations of Rotational MotionComparison of Linear and Rotational Motions
  • The universal law of GravitationAcceleration due to Gravity and its Variation with Altitude and DepthKepler’s law of Planetary MotionMotion of a SatelliteOrbital VelocityTime Period and Energy of Satellite
Properties of Solids and Liquids
  • Elastic BehaviourStress-Strain RelationshipHooke’s LawYoung’s ModulusBulk ModulusModulus of RigidityPressure due to a Fluid ColumnSurface Energy and Surface TensionBubbles, and capillary riseHeat, temperature and Thermal expansionSpecific Heat CapacityCalorimetryChange of StateLatent HeatHeat Transfer ConductionConvectionRadiation
  • Thermal EquilibriumZeroth law of ThermodynamicsThe Concept of TemperatureHeat, Work, and Internal EnergyThe first law of Thermodynamics, Isothermal and Adiabatic ProcessesThe Second Law of Thermodynamics: Reversible and Irreversible Processes
Kinetic Theory of Gases
  • Equation of State of a Perfect GasWork Done on Compressing a GasKinetic Theory of Gases -Assumptions and The Concept of PressureKinetic Interpretation of Temperature: RMS Speed of Gas Molecules, Degrees of FreedomLaw of Equipartition of Energy and Applications to Specific Heat Capacities of GasesMean Free PathAvogadro’s Number
Oscillation & Waves
  • Time Period, Frequency, Displacement as a Function of TimePeriodic Functions.Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.) and its Equation, PhaseOscillations of a Spring -Restoring Force and Force Constant Energy in S.H.M -Kinetic and Potential EnergiesSimple pendulum – Derivation of Expression for its Time PeriodWave MotionLongitudinal and Transverse WavesSpeed of Travelling WaveDisplacement Relation for a Progressive WavePrinciple of Superposition of WavesReflection of WavesStanding waves in Strings and Organ PipesFundamental Mode and Harmonics – Beats

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NEET Physics Syllabus of Class 12th 📝

Below, we have mentioned the topics of the NEET physics syllabus from class 12th. Check them out.

  1. Electrostatics
  2. Current Electricity
  3. Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism
  4. Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current
  5. Electromagnetic Waves
  6. Optics
  7. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
  8. Atoms & Nuclei
  9. Electronic Devices

Topic-Wise Weightage of NEET Syllabus

Check out the information about different topics of NEET Physics Syllabus 2023.

Topics NameNo. of Questions
Physical World & Measurement4
Dimensions of Physical Quantities2
Significant figures1
Motion in a plane1
Laws of Motion1
Conservation of Momentum1
Work Energy & Power1
Motion of system of Particles and Rigid Body3
Angular Velocity1
Centre of Mass1
The International System of Units1
Motion in a Straight Line2
Moment of Inertia1
Acceleration Due To Gravity Of The Earth1
Properties of Bulk Matter3
Surface Tension1
Elastic Moduli1
Kinetic Theory of Gases1
Oscillation and Wave2
Some Systems Executing Simple Harmonic Motion1
Transverse and Longitudinal Waves1
Electric Dipole1
Electrostatic Potential1
Energy Stored in a Capacitor1
Equipotential Surfaces1
Current electricity5
Drift of Electrons and the Origin of Resistivity1
Electrical Energy, Power2
Temperature Dependence of Resistivity1
Wheatstone Bridge1
Magnetic Effects of Current & magnetism3
Amperes Circuital Law1
BIOT-savart law1
Solenoid and Toroid1
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current4
Faradays Law of Induction1
Magnetic Flux1
AC Voltage1
Representation of AC Current1
Electromagnetic Waves2
Electromagnetic Spectrum1
Relation Between Electric Field, Magnetic Field and Speed of Light1
Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation2
Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation1
Wave Nature of matter1
Atom & Nuclei3
Bohr Model of the Hydrogen atom1
Size of the Nucleus1
Electronic Devices3
Refraction by Lenses1
Total Internal Reflection1
Interference of light wave and young’s double slit experiment1
Total NEET Physics Questions45

Note- “This is not the exact number of questions. NTA can change the number of questions accordingly.

Best Books to Cover Syllabus 📚

Below, we have mentioned the best books for NEET physics syllabus.

  • Concepts of Physics, part 1 and 2 by H C Verma
  • Objective physics for the medical entrance examination (volumes 1 and 2) by DC Pandey
  • NCERT Exemplar Class 11 and 12
  • Fundamentals of Physics

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What are the important topics in NEET Physics Syllabus?

Below, we have mentioned the topics of Physics that should be covered during preparation:
1. Oscillation & Waves
2. Thermodynamics
3. Gravitation
4. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
5. Atoms & Nuclei
6. Electronic Devices

How to cover NEET Physics syllabus easily?

To cover Physics syllabus for NEET exam, candidates need to follow below mentioned steps:
1. Regularly attempt previous year paper
2. NCERT Books
3. Make Crisp Notes for revision
4. Practice numricals daily

How can I download the Physics Syllabus for NEET 2024?

Candidates can either visit the official website of NTA NEET or visit NEET 2024 Syllabus to download the PDF.

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