If you are preparing for NEET, you just cannot focus on Biology. To crack NEET exam, you need to clear the minimum cut-off for Physics as well as Chemistry. NEET Physics is a nightmare for most students. With 45 questions for marking, your goal should be to get as many correct to improve your overall score in NEET.
In Physics, you must be competent in theoretical concepts and as well as in numerical problems. Moreover, you will need an application-oriented approach and understanding of the concepts to get good marks in Physics. So, to solve the numerical problems of NEET physics, it is not enough to develop a learning habit by going through the books. You must apply your basic learnings to a wide variety of applications.
So, if you are wondering how to go about it, then practicing Physics NEET Questions is one way to do it. You should solve as many questions as possible from a chapter to know how well you have understood the concepts. That way, you can solve both theoretical and numerical physics problems with ease in the NEET exam. In this article, we are providing you with 10 free sample NEET questions from the Thermodynamics and Kinetics chapter in Physics. You can solve the questions to know where you stand in your NEET preparation.
Q1. If Q, E and W denote, respectively, the heat added, change in internal energy and the work done in a closed cyclic process, then
Q8. A gas undergoes the change in its state from position A to position B via three different paths as shown in figure. Select the correct alternative (s).(1) temperature of the gas first increases and then decreases continuously in path 1(2) heat absorbed/released by the gas is maximum in path 1(3) change in internal energy in all the three paths is equal(4) in all the three paths heat is absorbed by the gas
Q9. Consider P-T graph of cyclic process shown in the figure. Maximum pressure during the cycle is twice the minimum pressure. The heat received by the gas in the process 1 -2 is equal to the heat received in the process 3-4. The process is done on one mole of monatomic gas, if the maximum pressure is P then what is the pressure at the point 5? (in P-T diagram)
Darwin provides you with the largest question bank for NEET exam to help you get a good idea about the questions asked from each topic. Our experts have designed all types of questions from all the chapters so that you can become well-versed with the NEET exam pattern. Practice more than 18,000 NEET questions for physics from each topic to boost your confidence and get an insight into your preparation.