Biology is one of the most important subjects for CBSE Board as well several medical exams like NEET and AIIMS. In CBSE, Biology carries 100 marks with 70 marks in theory and 30 marks in practical. In Neet, more than 80 questions are asked from Biology and NEET is also conducted by CBSE Board.
Here we are providing some easy and important chapters in Biology for CBSE candidates as the exam is around the corner. It is also good to keep in mind that CBSE is an unpredictable undergraduate exam like most board exams. One cannot say for sure from which chapters most questions will come. But a scientific study of previous years papers and a research analysis has led to some helpful conclusions. Some inputs from experienced teachers have led our experts to predict some chapters which carry very high weight age and low efforts.
Listed below are the easiest but important chapters for students who schedule their priorities at the last moment of the exam.
Tips to prepare for Biology:
- Biology is a content-heavy course and it requires multiple readings. It is good to create flow-charts to remember the process effectively. Practice making point -wise summaries in your own words for the important topics.
- Focus on NCERT books along with reference books for doubt clearance. Ask questions on any of your doubts. Go through the text as often as possible, not trying to memorize it but trying to understand the process.
- It is also a great idea to start with a Full Test if you are confused to break down the effort needed by Chapter. Further taking Chapterwise Tests will also help build an accurate sense of which concepts are the problem. The analytical feedback will guide you about the concepts in which you are weak and you can learn the concepts with video explanations at Learn feature of Embibe.
- Chapter wise Test Series will tweak your preparation and boost up your confidence level. Always take the chapter wise revision and chapter wise analysis. If your confidence level in each chapter is in between 60–90% then you can take practice-oriented questions before going for the tests.
The pattern of biology as a subject differs from other science subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Try to approach biology with a fresh mind. Stay focused and good luck with your preparations!391 Views