NEET is one of the toughest medical examinations in the country, which enables students to seek admissions to their favorite medical colleges across the country. When the stakes are high, your NEET preparation has to be consistent and full-proof. With lakhs of students competing every year, you must ensure that your preparation is up to the mark because every mark in NEET counts.
Most NEET aspirants grapple with Physics subjects. So, what do most toppers do? They solve as many as sample NEET questions for Physics to strengthen their grip. You can work smart too by solving sample NEET-UG questions and previous year’s questions of medical entrance exams.
In this article, Darwin presents you with 10 sample questions from the Physics Chapter Electrostatics. Solving chapter-wise NEET questions is a splendid example of working incrementally. You will know exactly how good your understanding is of this NEET chapter. It gives you an edge over others and helps you to improve your NEET prep.
Q1. In figure two positive charges q2 and q3 fixed along the Y-axis, exert a net electric force in the +x-direction on a charge q1 fixed along the X-axis. If a positive charge Q is added at (x,0), then the force on q1
A. shall increase along the positive X-axis.
B. shall decrease along the positive X-axis.
C. shall point along the negative X-axis.
D. shall increase but the direction changes because of the intersection of Q with q2 and q3
Q8. Two vertical metallic plates carrying equal and opposite charges are kept parallel to each other like a parallel plate capacitor. A small spherical metallic ball is suspended by a long insulated thread such that it hangs freely in the centre of the two metallic plates. The ball, which is uncharged, is taken slowly towards the positively charged plate and is made to touch that plate. Then the ball will
A. stick to the positively charged plate
B. come back to its original position and will remain there
C. oscillate between the two plates touching each plate in turn
D. oscillate between the two plates without touch them
Q10. There exists a non-uniform electric field along x-axis as shown in the figure below. The field increases at a uniform rate along +ve x-axis. A dipole is placed inside the field as shown. Which one of the following is correct for the dipole?
A. Dipole moves along positive x-axis and undergoes a clockwise rotation
B. Dipole moves along negative x-axis and undergoes a clockwise rotation
C. Dipole moves along positive x-axis and undergoes an anticlockwise rotation
D. Dipole moves along negative x-axis and undergoes an anticlockwise rotation
Solving these questions can help you get accustomed to the marking scheme of NEET Physics, weightage of chapters, important topics, and types of questions asked. Practice from over 55000 NEET-UG MCQs from the Darwin app to get an understanding of the NEET 2022 exam.