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How to prepare Physical chemistry effectively for NEET- 2022 (UG)

Chemistry is one such subject on which a candidate preparing for NEET can rely on if the concepts are crystal clear like solid states. The chapters which are included for NEET contain all the syllabus of 11th and 12thin great depth as students are tested on their capabilities to actually clear a tough exam. When preparing for NEET-UG a lot of things regarding chemistry should be considered regarding time management, chapter completion, how to learn all the reactions of organic , how can I learn all the structures of p and d block molecules and most importantly how can one save time while solving numerical questions as questions are of high quality and will need a lot of valuable time to solve.

We have all the solution to your questions. Below is how you can prepare each chapter effectively without taking a lot of stress but with sheer dedication and consistency. You are provided with preparation techniques for organic , inorganic and Physical separately so that students can prepare as per their convenience.

As 12th class syllabus is looked upon mostly by the examiners , we will also be focusing more on 12th chemistry and we’ll be giving you all the important topics as well!


Chapters which contain calculations , formulas and quantitative aspects are considered in physical chemistry. The chapters included in physical chemistry are

From 11th

  • Some basic concepts of chemistry
  • Structure of atom
  • States of matter
  • Thermodynamics
  • Equilibrium
  • Redox reactions

From 12th

  • Solid states
  • Solutions
  • Electrochemistry
  • Chemical kinetics
  • Surface chemistry

A total of 11 chapters are there which needs to be done by a regular student preparing for NEET-UG 2022. But clearly , not all the chapters are that important or needs attention with each and every topic.Sharing you the important topics from these chapters so that you save your time and invest in high scoring ones.

Important topics from respective chapters

  • Some basic concepts of chemistry: Concentration terms, stoichiometry and it’s numericals, limiting reagents and it’s numericals.
  • Structure of atom: Experiments, names of scientists, formulas for calculating atomic radius and energy, hydrogen spectra and it’s series( Lyman , Balmer, paschen , brackett, pfund, Humphrey) , quantum numbers
  • States of matter : Gas laws, ideal gas equation and it’s numericals and graphs, Van der Waals equation.
  • Thermodynamics: Formulas and their numerical, Gibbs free energy, entropy , Hess law, Enthalpies and their calculation, relation between Gibbs free energy and equilibrium constant.
  • Equilibrium: ionic equilibrium and it’s questions, calculation of equilibrium constant ( forward and backward reaction), graphs, Born – Haber cycle , calculation of equilibrium constant from Gibbs free energy.
  • Redox reactions: Balancing the reactions, oxidation states, KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7.
  • Solid states: SCC, BCC, FCC crystals , their packing fraction and radius with edge length formula, defects , magnetic behavior, density calculation.
  • Solutions: Colligative properties and their numericals, , Henry’s law and it’s applications, Roult’s law.
  • Electrochemistry: Cells and uts types,numericals on Gibbs free energy, cell potential and equilibrium constant, applications of cells.
  • Chemical kinetics: Numericals on first order reactions ( radioactive decay) , Arrhenius equation and it’s numericals, catalysis.
  • Surface chemistry: Chemicals and physical adsorption , homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, types of adsorbants ( zeolites) , mixtures, suspension and colloids, separation methods.

How to prepare

  1. Physical chemistry is all about understanding the core concept and learning the formula associated to it.
  2. Write down all the formulas in a paper and stick it in your room, make sure to look at it and write down frequently.
  3. Solve numericalschapterwise and make sure to complete NCERT at least.
  4. Attempt mock tests for physical chemistry separately just before the actual paper so you will have the formulas in your mind.
  5. Learn and make your own tricks to solve large numbers so that you save time.

How much time is required to complete physical chemistry?

Honestly speaking, physical chemistry is one tuff part of the whole subject but if done in correct order and on time, it can save you a lot of marks in the examination.

Below we’ve mentioned the tentative time to complete chapters according to their importance in paper:

  1. Some basic concepts of chemistry: 3-5 days. You will need a day to read the chapter and write down formulas as well understand the concept of limiting reagents and stoichiometry, then 2 days of numericals and 2 days of DPP ( daily practice paper) to check your preparation.
  2. Structure of atom: 5-7 days. 2 days to read the whole chapter ( it’s a big one) , 2 days to understand and learn the concepts behind each formula and how to use them and here to use which formula, a day to write down the problems and solutions of NCERT perfectly and then 2 days to do DPP to make sure you’re preparing we’ll enough to attempt the exam.
  3. States of matter : 3 days. A day to read the chapter and write down formulas, 1 day to solve NCERT and 1 day for DPP.
  4. Thermodynamics: 9-10 days. 2 days to read and understand the chapter ( you can take one more ), 2 days to actually understand , write and learn the formulas it’s concepts and everything, 2 days to solve NCERT, 3 days for DPP.
  5. Equilibrium: 6-8 days. 2 days to read the chapter, 2 days for NCERT solutions and 3 days for DPP. One day is for revision as this chapter has a lot of important theory too.
  6. Redox reactions: 3 days. One day for chapter reading, one for NCERT solutions and one for DPP. Just solve the important parts
  7. Solid states: 4-5 days. 1 day to read the chapter, 1 day for formulas and concept writing , 2 daysfor NCERT solutions and 1 for DPP. Make sure to solve the complete NCERT .
  8. Solutions: 7-8 days. It’s one chapter students don’t focus on and it comes for a good amount of marks. 2 days to read and learn and write the formulas, 2 days to solve the NCERT , 3 days for DPP and a day to revise the theory.
  9. Electrochemistry: 7-8 days. 3 days to read and learn the chapter with concept and understanding, 2 days to solve NCERT and remaining for DPP.
  10. Chemical kinetics: 5 days maximum. 1 day to read and understand the chapter, 1-2 days to solve NCERT (questions are a bit difficult) ad 2 days for DPP.
  11. Surface chemistry: It’s a theory chapter but comes under physical chemistry. 3-4 days are required as it has a lot of separation techniques and methods to learn. Make sure to read the chapter 2-3 times and make short notes.


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