NEET-UG Physics Test Series – 2019

Minor Test- 01

Test Topic:

Basic Mathematics used in physics, Vectors,Units, Dimensions & Measurement, Electrostatics 

Minor Test- 02

Test Topic:

Kinematics (Motion along a straight line &Motion in a plane), Current Electricity & Heating Effects of Currents.

Minor Test- 03

Test Topic:

Laws of Motion and Friction, Capacitors

Minor Test- 04

Test Topic:

Work, Energy & Power, Circular Motion,Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism.

Minor Test- 05

Test Topic:

Collision and Centre of Mass, EM induction.

Half Syllabus- 06

Test Topic:

Basic Mathematics used in Physics, Vectors, Units, Dimensions & Measurement, Electrostatics, Kinematics (Motion along a straight line and Motion in a plane), Current electricity and Heating Effects of Currents, Laws of Motion and Friction, Capacitors, WPE, Circular Motion, Magnetic effects of current and magnetism, Collision and centre of mass, EM induction

Quarter Test- 07

Test Topic:

Quarter Test Syllabus- 01, 02 & 03

Minor Test- 08

Test Topic:

Rotational Motion, Alternating Current, EM Waves

Minor Test- 09

Test Topic:

Thermal Physics (Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry,Heat Transfer, K.T.G. & Thermodynamics, Ray Optics & Optical Instrument

Minor Test- 10

Test Topic:

Properties of matter and Fluid Mechanics, Wave optics (Nature of Light, Interference, Diffraction & Polarisation)

Minor Test- 11

Test Topic:

Quarter Test Syllabus-08, 09 & 10

Minor Test- 12

Test Topic:

Gravitation, Oscillation, Modern Physics.

Minor Test- 13

Test Topic:

Wave Motion and Doppler’s Effect, Semiconductor and Digital Electronics, Principle of Communications.

Minor Test- 14

Test Topic:

Half Syllabus: Rotational Motion,Alternating Current, EM Waves, Thermal Physics (Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry, Heat Transfer, K.T.G. & Thermodynamics, Ray Optics & Optical Instrument, Properties of matter and Fluid Mechanics, Wave optics (Nature of Light, Interference, Diffraction & Polarisation, Gravitation, Oscillation,Modern Physics, Wave Motion and Doppler’s Effect, Semiconductor and Digital Electronics, Principle of Communications

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