NEET Books 2021: Best Preparation Books for NEET Biology, Physics and Chemistry

Exam Date

Aug 1, 2021

Result Date

Sep 1, 2021

Jun 5, 2021 | Medical


NEET is an annual examination, conducted by the National Testing Agency to screen the best candidates to study medicine from the top colleges in the country. Millions of students appear for this exam every year, making NEET the largest entrance test in the field of Medicine. However, only the ones having preparation of the highest order are able to crack this examination.

NEET Books 2021 Highlights

Before looking for refreshers and NEET books, the candidates must study their NCERT textbooks of Physics, Chemistry and Biology for class 11 and 12. Several toppers testify that 90% of the question paper has questions from NCERT. Hence, instead of referring to other NEET books for the remaining 10% of questions, the candidates must focus solely on the NCERT.

We recommend beginning one’s preparation with NCERT textbooks and moving towards the other NEET preparation books these are done.

NEET Preparation Books for Physics 2021

A total of 45 theoretical and numerical-based questions will be asked in the Physics section. Several test-takers have claimed that this is the most difficult section out of all. The subject’s weightage is 180 marks.

Here are the best Physics books for NEET 2021 preparation: 

Title Author Thumbnail
Best Physics Books for NEET Preparation

Fundamentals of Physics

Halliday, Resnick and Walker

Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker

Concepts of Physics

HC Verma

Concepts of Physics by HC Verma

Fundamental Physics


Fundamental Physics by Pradeep

Objective Physics

DC Pandey

Objective Physics by DC Pandey

Problems in General Physics

IE Irodov

Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

40 Days Physics for NEET


40 Days Physics for NEET by Arihant

NEET Preparation Books for Chemistry 2021

This section will have 45 questions based on Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. As observed in the previous years, more questions are asked from Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry, as compared to Inorganic Chemistry. A majority of the candidates find questions from Inorganic Chemistry easiest.

First, the candidates are advised to grasp on the basics from the NCERT books, for NEET preparation. Once they are through, they can go through the best NEET books for chemistry listed below:

Title Author Thumbnail
Best Chemistry Books for NEET Preparation

Chemistry Guide


Chemistry Guide by Dinesh

Physical Chemistry

OP Tandon

Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon

Concise Inorganic Chemistry

JD Lee

Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee

ABC of Chemistry


ABC of Chemistry by Modern

Organic Chemistry

Morrison and Boyd

Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd

NEET Preparation Books for Biology 2021

The Biology section shall have 90 questions in total, where each question carries 4 marks. It is further divided into two:

  • Botany - 45 Questions
  • Zoology - 45 Questions

This section alone weighs 360 marks in total. Apart from the NCERT textbooks, the candidates can refer to the best NEET books for biology preparation 2021, listed below:

Book Title Author Thumbnail
Best Biology Books for NEET Preparation

Biology (Vol. 1 and 2)


Biology (Vol. 1 and 2) by Trueman

Objective Biology


Objective Biology by Dinesh

Objective Botany


Objective Botany by Ansari

Guide on Biology


Guide on Biology by Pradeep


GR Bathla

Biology by GR Bathla

40 Days Biology for NEET

NEET by Arihant

40 Days Biology for NEET by Arihant

NEET 2021 Syllabus: Important Topics

After thorough research, we have made a list of all the topics which occupy the maximum weightage in NEET examination. The candidates must pay special attention to the below-mentioned topics:

Subjects Topics
Important Topics from NEET Syllabus 2021


Human Physiology, Genetics and Evolution, Diversity in Living World, Ecology and the Environment, Structural Organization in Plants and Animals, Reproduction


Thermodynamics, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, Equilibrium, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Solutions, d & f Block Elements, Electrochemistry


Electronic Devices, Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Oscillations and Waves, Properties of Bulk Matter, Motion of Systems of Particles and Rigid Body

NEET 2021 Preparation Tips

The NEET exam will be held on Aug 1, 2021 tentatively. All the aspirants should keep the below-mentioned facts in mind while preparing for the exam. The exam will be conducted to offer the best performing candidates admission to the best colleges of the country, offering MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH courses. All the essential information related to the NEET 2021 exam pattern is given below:

Particulars Details
NEET Exam Pattern 2021
Division of Questions

Physics: 45

Chemistry: 45

Botany: 45

Zoology: 45

Marks per Question 4
Negative Marking -1 for every incorrect response
Time allotted 180 Minutes or 3 Hours
Type of Questions Objective

Make a practical time plan and stick to it

The candidates must practically divide their study hours, which is followable. They should give equal attention to all the subjects and also incorporate frequent breaks. Right from the beginning, they should decide how much of the syllabus they have to cover in a day or a week.

Collect Quality Study Material

There is a lot of study material for NEET available on the internet, free of cost. The candidates can prepare for NEET by

  • Watching YouTube lessons
  • Expensive books available for free in PDF format
  • Solving mock tests

Prepare Notes

The aspirants must prepare brief notes while studying. These notes will help them recapitulate their detailed study at the time of revision.

Practice Mock Tests and Question Papers from the Previous Years

After they are done with the syllabus, the candidates must start solving the mock tests and previous year question papers of NEET. This would help them assess their performance and also familiarise them with the exam pattern.

Points to Remember

  • NEET syllabus is framed with a higher level of difficulty, unlike school-level syllabus. Hence, preparation for these exams is very vital.
  • It will require the student to apply his or her knowledge and mere memorizing will not help. Students have to race against time and therefore, have to be quick in understanding and answering each question.
  • Being thorough with basics is very important and it helps one to answer all questions quickly. Hence, candidates can begin the preparation by studying from NCERT textbooks.

Finally, grit and confidence is the key to prepare and crack the NEET 2021 exam. If students can learn subjects not from an exam point of view, but for the love of the subject, then excelling in this exam becomes an easy task.

NEET 2021 Preparation Strategy

The sample timetable/strategy to prepare for the NEET 2021 Exam within a certain number of months is given below. The candidates can start preparing for the exam keeping the below-discussed strategy in mind to ensure efficiency.

Particulars Details
NEET Preparation Strategy 2021
Subjects in NEET UG Physics, Chemistry, Maths
Number of chapters in Physics 19
Number of chapters in Chemistry 31
Number of chapters in Biology 09
Months in hand to prepare for the exam 6 months (180 days)
Days required for revision of each subject 45 days
Minimum number of days required for revision 135 days (45+45+45)
Days reserved for Solving Mock Tests 45 days


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