How to prepare for NEET? What should be the study plan of NEET? Subject wise important tips for NEET exam preparation are being given in this article. These will come in handy for you in the last few months.
Preparation for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), one of the most important and competitive entrance examinations in the country, requires a lot of hard work and dedication. National Testing Agency (NTA) is soon going to announce the exam schedule for NEET UG 2022.
If you are waiting for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for admission to MBBS or BDS courses, keep visiting the NTA NEET official website. NTA will soon release the notification of NEET UG 2022. But till then continue preparing for the exam, for which some important tips will come in handy for you.
Some such points have been given in this article, on the basis of which you will be able to easily make a study plan for the preparation of NEET UG 2022. A good score is necessary to get MBBS seat. If you follow the subject-wise preparation plan then no one can stop you from getting a better All India Rank.
For success in NEET 2022, it is important to know the NEET UG 2022 syllabus thoroughly. This will help you in making a study plan. The basis of NEET syllabus is NCERT books. So make a mind map of the entire syllabus. This will make it easier to track the preparation and will also help in understanding the week points. You will be able to focus more on those topics which need more time and effort.
Everything in NEET exam comes from NCERT textbook and NCERT Exemplar. So it is important that you thoroughly understand and memorize all the points and questions in both these books. Do not skip the exercises given at the end of the NCERT textbook as questions are asked from there too. If you start preparing for NEET from NCERT books then it will help you to strengthen your foundation. If you go through the NEET 2022 Syllabus, you will find that the NCERT Books for Class 11 and 12 are the basis for all the important topics.
Make notes from NCERT textbook specially for Physics and keep revising those notes. Apart from this, you should solve the additional exercises given in NCERT at least twice. After this, solve the NEET Previous Year Question Papers of the last 20 years and JEE Mains papers of the last ten years. You probably know – the question of ‘Logic Gate’ was asked in JEE Main 2017 without any changes in 2021. Apart from this, you can revise from the notes of any good institute.
Often students make stupid mistakes in chemistry. For this not to happen, first of all understand all the points of NCERT thoroughly. The syllabus of this subject is huge, especially Inorganic Chemistry, from which many questions are asked. So instead of inorganic chemistry, you will also have to write instead of just reading. Notes will have to be made from NCERT and along with the text book, one will also have to solve the examples. Because in NEET UG exam at least 2-3 direct questions are asked from it.
Apart from these, you should definitely solve NEET UG Chemistry Question Papers of last 20 years. One should also solve the papers of last 5-6 years of JEE Mains. Keep in mind that prior to 2019, the level of chemistry in JEE was not at par with NEET. From 2019 onwards it is completely NCERT based.
Biology is based on 90% memory and 10% understanding. The understanding part includes Genetics, Molecular Basis of Inheritance etc. for which you should read NCERTs and solve MCQs. For other topics, you can solve the last 15 years papers (NEET Biology Question Paper) apart from relying completely on the NCERT textbook. You should also solve NCERT Exemplar. This will prove to be a boon, which you will be able to realize after the exam. I wish you all the very best. Hope you get detail information about how to prepare NEET.