NEET is considered one of the toughest exams in India. Every year 16-18 lakh candidates appear for this exam. In this one-year preparation journey, candidates read and learn about a lot of new things. But the main thing that they learn is how to memorize things in the last month. Today, we will share some tips with you that you can use in the last month of the exam.
- Make a separate notebook for formulas and key points. Your notes should be specific for each chapter.
- Solve the previous year’s question paper because sometimes 7–8 questions are asked directly from the previous year’s papers. Make a habit to solve 1 previous year’s paper daily.
- Join the mock test series. Mock tests help you to improve your score and they will also boost your confidence.
- DC Pandey’s book will help you to boost your knowledge. If your concept is clear and the formulas are on your tips then you should try to solve DC PANDEY.
- Always give first preference to high-weightage chapters and then go for the other chapters. High weightage chapters include motion in a straight line, laws of motion, gravitational, solid-state, and Thermodynamics ( most important ). Every year there are questions based on thermodynamics, waves and oscillation, electrostatic, magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, and modern physics ( for modern physics if you don’t have enough time then just solve the previous year’s papers), alternating current.
For physical chemistry, one should memorize the formulas and should know their application as well. Do NCERT examples and back exercises. You can refer to Narendar Avasthi as well. In physical chemistry, once you are done with a chapter, write down all the equations from that chapter in a notebook for quick reference while solving problems.
For organic chemistry, one should understand the mechanism of organic reactions. Always start with NCERT first. You should be aware of the classification of electrophile and nucleophilic based on power.
Some important chapters of organic chemistry are organic general compound, aldehyde and ketone, hydrocarbon, carboxylic acid, and nitro compound. You can refer to OP Tandon for organic chemistry.
For inorganic chemistry, read NCERT line by line and highlight the important points. You can use Arihant’s question bank book for practice.
- To score well in biology, read NCERTs line by line and memorize all the examples, flow charts, and diagrams.
- Make a separate notebook in which you can note down all the examples and flow charts. Make sure to revise this notebook daily.
- Biology always gives preference to high weightage chapters like human physiology (digestion and absorption, respiration in human beings, neural control and coordination, cardiovascular system, human hormone), plant physiology ( transportation in a flowering plant, photosynthesis in the plant, respiration in plants, the hormonal balance in plants), sexual reproduction in a flowering plant, genetics, evolution, ecology, human health and diseases, microbes in human welfare, plant kingdom, and human reproduction.
- For some chapters refer to some other books. For genetics and evolution, you can refer to Trueman. Both these chapters carry high weightage in NEET. In the NEET exam questions are sometimes out of the syllabus. Usually, from chapters like evolution, principle basis of inheritance and molecular basis of inheritance, biotechnology, and ECOLOGY (nowadays 5–7 questions come from this section).
- Read the floral chapters very carefully. Write the floral family, order, and class separately. It will help you to learn easily.
- Join the mock test series, it will give you an idea about your current level of preparation.
- Solve the previous year’s NEET question paper also. It will make you more familiar with the NEET exam.
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