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Chemistry Notes for JEE & NEET – Chemistry notes preparation is necessary for the students for the preparation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination and Joint Entrance Examination. The exam is a common test exam conducted for students to take admission to medical & Engineering colleges. Students can check notes, syllabus, and mock test here and for further information, they can visit the official site of NTA which conducts JEE and NEET. 

Important Chapterwise Notes for Chemistry                                    

S.No. Chapter

  • 1 Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  • 2 Structure of Atom
  • 3 State of Matter
  • 4 Thermodynamics
  • 5 Equilibrium
  • 6 Solid State
  • 7 Solutions
  • 8 Electrochemistry
  • 9 Chemical Kinetics and Nuclear Chemistry
  • 10 Surface Chemistry
  • 11 Hydrogen
  • 12 S-Block Elements
  • 13 P-Block Elements
  • 14 Coordination Compound
  • 15 Organic Chemistry
  • 16 Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
  • 17 Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
  • 18 Amines
  • 19 Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
  • 20 Hydrocarbons
  • 21 Polymers

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Syllabus for Chemistry Notes

Chemistry subject is taught practically and learnt theoretically in schools. To prepare efficiently, each topic provided in the syllabus must be covered while preparing for the entrance exam and students must prepare notes.

Chemistry Syllabus forJEE MainsNEET

Preparation Tips for JEE Main and NEET preparation

  • Write notes with different colored pens as at the time of revision the important topics get highlighted.
  • Write the notes in an easy and understandable form and hence they can be memorized easily.
  • A study from NCERT books and the books recommended for the exam
  • Solve as much as questions as you can and understand all the concepts.
  • Memorize all the reactions along with balancing.
  • Focus on coordination chemistry while preparing for inorganic chemistry.


  1. Mole concept- 4 marks
  2. Solid state – 4 marks
  3. Solution – 4 marks
  4. Biomolecules- 4 marks
  5. Polymer- 4 marks
  6. Atomic structure- 4 marks
  7. Chemical Bonding- 4/8 marks
  8. Chemical kinetics- 4 marks
  9. Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry- 8 marks
  10. Surface chemistry + Metallurgy + real Gas + Chem in Every day – 12 marks


  1. S+D+F+P+F block- 8/10 marks
  2. Chemical kinetics –3,4 marks
  3. Chemical Bonding- 3,4marks
  4. Equilibrium- 4 marks
  5. Redox- 2 marks
  6. Organic- 12 marks
  7. Solid state- 1,2 marks
  8. Solution -1,2 marks
  9. Solution -1,2 marks

FAQ on Chemistry Notes for JEE/NEET

How to download Chemistry Notes for JEE Mains?

You can download JEE Mains Chemistry Notes on our website for FREE.

How to download Chemistry Notes for NEET?

You can download Chemistry Notes for NEET on our website for FREE. We have provided the latest Chemistry Notes for NEET with the latest syllabus.

Is NEET Chemistry easier than JEE mains?

Talking about the difficulty level then NEET has a low level of questions than JEE and so JEE chemistry is tougher than NEET. Although the syllabus for both examinations is the same for chemistry the toughness of the questions and the difficulty level increased in JEE.

How do you make NEET Chemistry notes?

There’s really no point making notes for Physical Chemistry as it’s more or less all about numerical. For Inorganic Chemistry, make NCERT your final study material. Add whatever points you find extra to its sides! For Biology, write only those points in your notes that you find are forgetful.

Do JEE Chemistry questions come in NEET?

The preparation for the Chemistry exam in both the JEE 2023 and the NEET 2023 entrance exams is different. However, the Chemistry subject is covered by the same syllabus in both entrance exams

Is NCERT enough for JEE Chemistry?

Normally, in JEE Main the chemistry section is easy and scoring. Questions are direct. Candidates can prepare well using the NCERT books and most of the time it is enough for JEE preparation.

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