Once you know the importance of different chapters and topics from the syllabi for an exam, a strategic preparation for the same can be done by allotting the time accordingly to the chapters or topics of the chapters. This book has been specially designed for the students preparing for CBSE-AIPMT, AIIMS and other National & State Level Medical Entrances such as DUMET, OJEE, AFMS, AFMC, BHU, BCECE, WB JEE, AMU, etc. This book has been divided into 2 parts containing 28 Chapters in total which are in complete sync with Class XI & XII NCERT Physics Syllabus. Part I covers Units & Measurement, Motion in Straight Line, Motion in a Plane, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy & Power, System of Particles & Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Mechanical Properties of Solids, Mechanical Properties of Fluids, Thermal Properties of Matter, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Oscillations and Waves, whereas Part II covers Electrostatics I, Electrostatics II, Current Electricity, Moving Charges & Magnetism, Magnetism & Matter, Electromagnetic Induction, Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Waves, Ray Optics & Optical Instruments, Wave Optics, Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation, Atoms & Nuclei, Semiconductor Electronics and Communication System. The book covers the questions asked in various National as well as Regional Medical Entrances from 2003 to 2014. All the questions have been divided Chapterwise and Topicwise keeping in mind the syllabi of various entrance exams. Questions to all Medical Entrances have been divided according to their year. Answers to all the questions have been given at chapter end along with the explanations and figures for better understanding. Questions asked in 2012, 2013 & 2014 medical entrances have been given separately at the end of the book to make students aware about the current trend of the examinations. As the book contains ample number of solved previous years' questions covered chapterwise and topicwise it for sure will help the aspirants get an idea about the pattern and the level of questions asked in various national and regional medical entrances.