How To Prepare For NEET In 5 Months?

NEET or the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination is the most coveted entrance exam of the country which enables medicine aspirants to seek admission into medical colleges. With just around 5 months before NEET commences, aspirants need to buckle up.

Close to 15.97 lakh applications were registered in NEET 2020. The figures must be astounding, given the number of seats available to fill up. But stress not, as we at BYJU’S have just the right tips and tricks to help you crack NEET in 5 months.

Some of the most important tips one could suggest are – thorough knowledge of concepts, a good understanding of time and diligently following your study plan.

Some of these tips can help you prepare in a time frame of 5 months for NEET.

Prepare A Monthly Schedule

This is how you can go about if you are not conversant with topics:

Month Course of action
NEET – 5 Months away A thorough revision of concepts from classes 11 & 12 helps solve basic MCQs of all the chapters
NEET – 4 Months away Try cracking high-level MCQs
NEET – 3 Months away Concentrate on Class 12 board exams. They are as important
NEET – 2 Months away Meanwhile, solve and practise high-level MCQs. Try to solve mock papers weekly
NEET – 1 Month away Solve 1 mock paper every day

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Follow this plan stringently for 5 months. You will definitely crack it with a great score.

Conversant With NCERT Syllabus

One cannot stress enough the importance of the NCERT syllabus when it comes to NEET exams. More than 70-75% of the paper comprises questions from the NCERT syllabus. Aspirants must read every line from these NCERT books, without leaving even one line unread. You do not know from which line a question can be framed.

Apart from NCERT, which is considered as the bible for NEET aspirants, these are some of the relevant books which you must refer to.

Physics
  • NCERT Exemplar
  • Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by HC Verma
Chemistry
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J.D Lee
  • Modern Approach to Chemical calculations – R.C. Mukherjee
  • Organic Chemistry – Morrison and Boyd
  • NCERT Exemplar
Biology
  • NCERT Exemplar
  • Trueman’s Elementary Biology Vol I & II

Here is a breakdown of each section, and its preparation:

Physics

From every chapter, mark all important points and formulae, make a separate note of it. Solve as many questions from previous papers and mock papers, keep this book handy. A few of these topics are:

  • Current electricity and heat transfer
  • Dimensional analysis
  • Thermodynamics and rotational dynamics
  • Kinetic theory of gases
  • Geometrical optics
  • Waves and sound
  • Electromagnetic induction

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Chemistry

NCERT textbooks are ideal for chemistry as the information is well-framed to understand the concepts. After covering all questions from the textbook, approach reference books. Physical chemistry is all about understanding and implementing them to solve tricky MCQs, whereas Inorganic chemistry deals more with facts and concepts. It includes learning concepts from its end. Some important concepts here are:

  • Equilibrium
  • Thermodynamics
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Carbonyl compounds
  • Chemical bonding
  • Electrochemistry and coordination compounds
  • Mole concept

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Biology

NCERT books are the best for NEET biology. As biology carries 50% weightage, additional information from relevant sources should also be included. Attempt different questions, which can be possible with revising regularly. Mnemonics in biology are very helpful. Some important concepts are:

  • Structural organization in animals and plants
  • Diversity in the living world
  • Cell structure and functions
  • Plant physiology
  • Reproduction
  • Human physiology
  • Genetics and evolution
  • Biotechnology and its applications
  • Biology and human welfare
  • Ecology and environment
  • Topics on Animalia and Plantae
  • Characters of Phylum in non-Chordates
  • Classes of chordates

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To sum it up, choosing the right study material, following a strict study pattern, referring to previous years’ NEET trends, time management should be your priority. Work harder on your weaker areas, maintain your own notes, most importantly, have high aims with a positive mindset and do not stress. Good Luck!

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