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NEET 2023- Preparation Strategies, Tips, Syllabus & Time Table

NEET 2023

NEET 2023- Preparation Strategies, Tips, Syllabus & Time Table

If you mismanaged your 11th class, then begin your NEET 2023 preparation using the NEET class 11 syllabus's missed, weakest, and most crucial chapters. In class 12, time management must be your first focus.

To clear your backlogs quickly, divide your week into 70 % of your extra study time (other than coaching) in class 12th material and 30 % in class 11th topics right from the start. Make sure you don't get behind in your current class topics in order to catch up on your missed assignments.

Tips to get you started

● Make a study timetable to ensure that you finish the NEET syllabus on time. Starting your day in the same way will help you stay motivated to study even when you don't feel like it.

● Textbooks from the NCERT - Examine all of the texts, diagrams, captions, summaries, pondering points, and tables. Complete all in-text, solved, and practise questions.

● Recall the main ideas and points after you've studied a topic or a big chunk of a topic. Don't try to re-read something if you don't grasp it time and time.

● Divide the subject into several segments and study each one separately. To make complex topics easier to understand, visualise them and generate diagrams.

● Pay close attention to the examples. They assist you in connecting concepts to real-life situations. With the use of examples, you can better understand theory.

● Complete all of the chapters in the syllabus because a simple question may arise from a topic that you consider uninteresting or difficult to read.

● When learning a difficult topic, don't think you have to cram or study for long periods of time to finish it all at once. Instead of a marathon study session on a single day, study for a little period of time every day.

● Only attempt questions when you have a thorough understanding of the topic and its principles.

● Every day, solve problems. Set a dependable target, such as 20 issues every day, and gradually increase the difficulty of your challenges.

● For practising NEET level problems, consult coaching modules or reference books.

● Revise on a daily basis. Make flow charts, diagrams, tables, posters, post-its, and other visual aids and place them where you can see them frequently.

● Attend every class and turn in all of your homework and assignments on time. Don't disregard what's going on in your coaching right now in order to catch up on earlier issues or backlogs.

● Give NEET practise tests and analyse the results. There will be certain questions in the exam that are not covered in NCERT or that require high-level thinking to answer.

● Between schooling and other responsibilities, you should be able to effectively manage your time. Long periods of constant study might fatigue you, while taking too many pauses can cause you to miss deadlines.

● Make sure you get enough rest. Most of the time, we are so ambitious that we do not allow our bodies to rest properly. You will feel sleepy throughout the day if your sleep cycle is disrupted. So, no matter what, you'll need 6–8 hours of sleep to perform at your best.

● Measuring your learning and performance is a good idea. You should test your knowledge, speed, accuracy, and time management skills on a regular basis (coaching has pre-scheduled tests).

● Maintain a good attitude and a strong desire to attain your goal. Believe in yourself and do everything you can to achieve your goal of passing NEET.

NEET 2023 Preparation Tips:

● Start with Biology and one other topic at the same time. Begin by studying the most important and powerful themes. You'll be able to cover more topics in less time this way.

● Line by line, read NCERT. Highlight relevant data with a highlighter and jot down notes at the same time. Start reading supplemental study material accessible in the form of books and preparation websites after you've finished the NCERT. Make notes from these sources as well.

● To grasp a topic in Biology, memorise diagrams. The use of pictures aids in the retention of knowledge. Diagrams are a critical component in NEET 2023 preparation.

● Solve as many questions as you can in physics. Create a chapter-by-chapter formula sheet with all of the formulae and laws presented in the chapter.

● Learn chemical equations and pictures by heart in chemistry. Create a document for chemical equations and formulas to be used in answering the questions once you've finished each chapter.

NEET 2023 Timetable

Making a study plan or timetable is simple, but carrying it through takes skill for NEET 2023 preparation. Determine your most productive hours and begin NEET 2023 preparation at those times.

Aspirants can follow the below-mentioned itinerary, which has been designed by a Subject Matter Expert, to prepare for NEET 2023.

For NEET 2023 preparation, divide the day into four segments.

Session 1: 3–3.5 hours

● This session should be devoted to physics and chemistry.

● Theory, sums, and formulae should all be treated equally.

● Don't read the full chapter in one sitting.

● Solve it by subject and theme.

● Keep a running list of what you need to remember when you need it.

Session 2: 2 hours

● This session should focus on Botany or Zoology Theory, with questions on both topics.

● For theory, consult two books.

● NCERT is one, while other books such as Trueman's or Pradeep's can be used.

● Make notes that will be useful.

Session 3: 3 hours

● Rep the first session's queries.

● Try to answer as many questions as you can about the topic you've studied.

Session 4: 2 hours

● Go for Biology once more.

● Keep it light for this session.

● NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training)

● Make plans for the following day.

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