Study Time Table for NEET 2020

Before scheduling a definite time table, one needs to be well-versed with the syllabus for NEET 2020. The 4 sections of NEET – Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology covered in both classes 11 & 12 are part of the syllabus. Students can expect a range of questions appearing from different sections.

With proper strategizing, one can manage to cover the vast syllabi which will help you to score easily in the examination. The NCERT books for these sections will help you build a strong base and will help you clear your doubts to answer indirect questions.

Here is the syllabus for NEET 2020 from both the classes, 11 & 12 for all the sections – Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology

NEET 2020 Physics Syllabus

Class 11th Syllabus Class 12th Syllabus
Physical world and measurement Electro statistics
Kinematics Current Electricity
Laws of Motion Magnetic effects of Current and Magnetism
Work, Energy, and Power Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
Motion of systems of particles and rigid body Electromagnetic waves
Gravitation Optics
Properties of Bulk Matter Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Thermodynamics Atoms and Nuclei
Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic theory Electronic Devices
Oscillations and wave

NEET 2020 Chemistry Syllabus

Class 11th Syllabus Class 12th Syllabus
Some basic concepts of Chemistry Solid state
Structure of atom Solutions
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Electrochemistry
Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure Chemical Kinetics
States of Matter: Gases and liquids Surface Chemistry
Thermodynamics General principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
Equilibrium P Block elements
Redox reactions D and F block elements
Hydrogen Coordination compounds
s-Block elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Some p-Block elements Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Organic Chemistry – Some basic principles and techniques Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Hydrocarbons Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
Environmental chemistry Biomolecules, Polymers, and Chemistry in everyday life

NEET 2020 Biology Syllabus

Class 11th Syllabus Class 12th Syllabus
Diversity in the Living World Reproduction
Structural Organisation – Plants and Animals Genetics and Evolution
Cell Structure and Function Biology and Human welfare
Plant Physiology Biotechnology and its applications
Human physiology Ecology and environment

Since medical aspirants need a proper time frame or a feasible timetable to crack NEET, care should be taken to carefully devise it as per one’s convenience. While preparing a time table, consider your strengths and weaknesses, solve as many question papers before the actual test.

Consider the following points while preparing a time table:

  • Make a habit to start your day earlier
  • Studying in the morning is considered to be the best as one can focus more. Study for 2 hours minimum
  • After this, you can take a break
  • Again resume studying for 2 hours
  • Take a break to have your breakfast
  • Once done, study until your lunch for 3 hours
  • Take a break for an hour, finish your lunch
  • Study for the next 2-3 hours
  • Take a short break, indulge in your favourite activity, have some snacks
  • Study for 2 hours again.
  • You can call it a day
  • Have your dinner, and then a sound sleep

Make sure you get a sound sleep of 7-8 hours every single day. Study for 10-11 hours a day. During your study hours, make sure you do not indulge in activities that distract or consume more of your time. Your focus should only be to crack NEET.

What To Avoid While Preparing for NEET 2020?

Make sure you do not indulge in any of these activities:

  • Do not make it a habit to indulge in long study hours, take breaks in between
  • Don’t make the mistake of referring to too many books/study materials at once – prefer quality to quantity
  • Backlogs must be avoided. Keep yourself updated with information
  • Do not delay. There is absolutely no scope to delay with NEET. Complete the work assigned to you on time, clear your doubts. Be disciplined and sincere with your plan
  • Do not engage in extreme social media/TV/gaming, etc which can only worsen your situation. Get rid of all unnecessary distractions
  • Do not get moved by low scores in a test or having underperformed in a mock test you took up. Remember, these are just tools to help us up our game.

Stay confident, work smart to achieve your goals.

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