Year on year, NEET exams have only seen a rise in the number of students appearing for the most challenging medical examination. To kick-start their preparation, the first step is to understand the NEET syllabus which can be split into 4 sections – Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. In order for the students to get a good rank, one needs to cover all the 97 chapters of the NEET syllabus.
NEET Biology section makes up for 50% (360 marks) of the NEET paper where 90 questions out of 180 questions are asked. Botany section consisting of 45 questions and zoology section consisting of 45 questions. The best strategy suggested by experts to tackle the NEET biology section is to adopt smart methodologies clubbed with diligence and dedication.
The Zoology sub-section of Biology as per previous trends (NEET question papers) reveals that the topic providing major contribution is Human Physiology. Some other important topics are – Biotechnology, Endocrine system, Animal Kingdom, Human health and diseases amongst a few.
The concepts given below are some frequently appearing topics in the NEET exam from the zoology section. Get access to each topic and its MCQs with just a click. Topics directing you to the link are as given below, have a look:
NEET Zoology MCQs:
|MCQ on Cell cycle phases||MCQ on ECG|
|MCQ on Diversity in Living World||MCQ on Morphology of a Bacteria|
|MCQ on Dwarfism||MCQ on Meiosis|
|MCQ on Thyroid Gland||MCQ on Prokaryotes|
|MCQ on Coronary Artery||MCQ on Amoebiasis|
|MCQ on Thalassemia||MCQ on Muscular Dystrophy|
|MCQ on Amniocentesis||MCQ on Monera|
|Structural Organization in Plants and Animals||Mendelian Disorders in Humans|
|Cell Structure and Function||Down Syndrome|
|Genetic Diversity||Animal Cell|
|Human heart||Kingdom Fungi|
|DNA structure||Structure of eye|
|Human brain||Life Processes|
|Flora and fauna||Earthworm digestive system|
|Transcription in eukaryotes||Functions of the heart|
|Neural Communication||Chromosome structure|
|Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in females||Symptoms for thyroid in females|
|Hypothyroidism symptoms in men||Stress Hormones|
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