How is N Awasthi for physical chemistry for NEET?
You should choose the resources that suit you the best. Someone may understand HC Verma, someone may call it a bad book. It depends on your understanding. Still, we should see reviews of every book before buying and should see if the top rankers of neet are recommending it or not.
You should not trust many books. Your resources should be NCERT along with a reference book because the fewer your resources are, the better will be your preparation. So trust one book and solve it with 100% determination.
NEET Chemistry: NCERT-most important. Other than that, for reference, use OP Tandon, MS Chouhan, Himanshu Pandey, Pradeep, Morrison and Boyd, SN Sanyal, etc. For Physical and Organic, you need to refer to some books. In that too, NCERT will cover 80%+. Refer to other books for that 20% left. Otherwise, NCERT is brilliant for Chem.
Practice from MTG Books(as they are best for Medical with the best solutions and almost all the answers are correct):
[MTG NEET Champion](https://MTG NEET Champion), NCERT at your fingertips, NEET Guide, MTG AIIMS Assertion and Reasons, MTG NEET 31 Years, MTG AIIMS 25 Years for all three subjects! And if time permits, practice IIT JEE Mains questions too from Arihant 40 years (because many times questions repeat in Medical from IIT JEE).
No need to do any other book!! No modules etc needed after this. But as I said, you should feel confident after this. That should come from within. Till that comes, keep practicing questions.
Practice previous year’s questions MANY TIMES. Become perfect in them. Solve other people’s doubts. That will help you score better (Whatever we give to the world comes back many times. You should solve as many questions as you can from each chapter because ithttps://youtube.com/shorts/M2havkf_avg?feature=share
will eventually increase your confidence and will make you a better competitor.