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NEET is considered the toughest exam in INDIA. More than 16 lakh students appear for this exam every year  and only 50-60k are able to  get MBBS seats.

In this tough competition, candidates should be dedicated to their studies to grab the MBBS seat. And for this, candidates should have a proper plan and time management.

Out of  24 hours a day, take 8 hrs sleep, 6 hours allot for daily routine activities, and rest 10 hours divide it into 3 slots for each specific subject: biology, chemistry, physics.

In 3 hours of biology, 1 hour should be for reading the NCERT books daily, read the NCERT biology line by line, write down the important points, flow charts, diagrams and important examples on separate sheets. This sheet will help you till the last moment of the exam. Always give preference to important topics like human physiology, plant physiology, the morphology of flowering plants, sexual reproduction, and ecology ( most important). For genetics and evolution chapters refer to Trueman. Always give importance to floral diagrams and examples of NCERT.

1 hour should be allotted for revision. Revise all the topics that you have read earlier.

1 hours should be allotted  for solving questions. Solve previous years question papers and join mock tests, give the test seriously and analyse your mistakes .

In 3 hours of physics,  1:30 hours should be allotted for understanding your class notes and trying to make your concept clear. You should also focus on PHYSICS NCERT. Solve its example and back exercise. Make a separate sheet for formula and key points. The formula should be on your fingertips. Around 15-20 questions come in the exam on formula.

Rest of 1:30 hours should be for solving questions. Solve previous year’s question papers. In modern physics, previous years’ question papers are enough. Also, solve mock tests and analyse your mistake.

  In 3 hours of chemistry,  2 hours should be for studying chemistry from NCERT, read NCERT line by line, highlight the important points in books and revise it regularly. For physical chemistry you should focus more on formulas. For organic chemistry, understand the mechanism of reaction. Solve NCERT examples and back exercise.

1 hour should be for question practice. Solve previous year questions. In chemistry every year around 5-6 questions come directly from previous year papers. Join a mock test series and take the test seriously and analyse your mistakes. 

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Rechers Jaiswal
Rechers is a Doctor in making and is a 2nd year M.B.B.S. student at Dr Ram Manohar Medical College, Delhi.
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