How to Manage Schedule One Month Prior to NEET
In India, NEET exam is considered one of the most important exams in the medical field. Every year lakhs of students appear for the exam with the dream of aspiring for a career in the medical field. Needless to say, such a tough entrance exam can be testing for many.
Although students do exam preparation with a lot of hard work and regular revision but a little touch of time management and smart work can help you to excel in the exam.
The NEET preparation in the last month prior to the exam is the most crucial in the exam perspective. This is the time where you prepare yourself for the exam from mind and heart. Let us suggest some strategies that will aid you in better management of your NEET syllabus as well as your time.
What is the syllabus for NEET?
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, formerly known as All India Pre Medical Test, syllabus consists of topics from class 11 and 12. This comprises of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
The NEET syllabus is designed under the guidelines by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and the various state boards, CBSE, NCERT, and COBSE.
Preparing for such a vast syllabus across Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, what needed from the aspirant side is an infallible approach to prepare for the toughest medical entrance exam in India.
Mantras to Manage Exam and Time
Preparation in the month prior to the exam can be crucial. Revision done during this period will be extremely helpful. You may feel anxious this month, SO how can you prepare and handle yourself? Here are a few mantras that will guide you to do a little better.
Divide and Rule
You might wonder will this work, but this is the key to the success, divide the syllabus smartly. You have three subjects and several topics. Segregate it according to the importance, weightage it carries in the NEET exam.
Prepare and maintain a sheet where you will note down all the details like time spent on a particular topic, your expertise in the same, and how much more time you should spend on it.
Attempt as many as mock tests from the NEET online classes you have joined. Mock tests are a great way to check and analyses your preparation that gives measures about your accuracy with topics and time management.
Analyze don’t Memorize
Getting clear with the basic concept of the topic is more important than just mugging it. Getting clear with the concepts will help to memorize easily and will aid you to answer even the most twisted questions in the exam.
Unwind with Loosen Up
Don’t pay attention to the difficulty of the exam, it is going to same for every NEET aspirant, so relax and have confidence. Allow yourself to unwind and rejuvenate. This will freshen up your mind and can study better. If you stuck midway on any topic take a break and start the next day! Don’t forget, there is always tomorrow!
Suggestive Schedule to Manage NEET
You can follow the following suggestive timetable one month prior to the exam. This will aid you in managing a syllabus along with your time.
|Day 1||Kinematics||Basic Concepts||Diversity in Living World|
|Day 2||Electro Statics||Structure of Atom||Structural Organization of Plants and Animals|
|Day 3||Electromagnetic Waves||Solutions||Plant Physiology|
|Day 4||Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents||States of Matter||Human Physiology|
|Day 5||Motion of Systems of Particles and Rigid Body||Surface Chemistry||Reproduction|
|Day 6||Work, Energy and Power||Electrochemistry||Ecology and Environment|
|Day 7||Mock Test|
|Day 1||Physical World and Measurements||P Block Elements||Cell Structure and Function|
|Day 2||Laws of Motion||D and F Block Elements||Genetics and Evolution|
|Day 3||Gravitation||S Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)||Biology and Human Welfare|
|Day 4||Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism||Hydrogen, Hydrocarbons||Biotechnology and its Applications|
|Day 5||Optics||State of Matter: Gases and Liquids, Solid State||Cell Structure and Function (Revision)|
|Day 6||Properties of Bulk Matter||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen||Genetics and Evolution (Revision)|
|Day 7||Mock Test|
|Day 1||Thermodynamics||Thermodynamics||Cell Structure and Function (Revision)|
|Day 2||Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation||Equilibrium||Reproduction (Revision)|
|Day 3||Atoms and Nuclei||Structure of Atom, Organic Chemistry -Basics||Plant Physiology (Revision)|
|Day 4||The behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Coordinate Compounds||Human Physiology (Revision)|
|Day 5||Oscillation and Wave||Biomolecules, Polymer and Chemistry in Everyday Life, Environmental Chemistry||Structural Organization – Plants and Animals (Revision)|
|Day 6||Electronic Devices||Haloalkanes, Halorences||Biotechnology and its Applications (Revision)|
|Day 7||Mock Test|
|Day 1||Week 1 (Revision)||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Solutions||Diversity in the Living World, Cell Structure and Function (Revision)|
|Day 2||Week 2 (Revision)||Classification and Molecular Structure||Genetics and Evolution, Reproduction (Revision)|
|Day 3||Week 3 (Revision)||General Principles and Processes of Isolation and Elements||Human Physiology, Plant Physiology (Revision)|
|Day 4||Week 1 (Revision)||Week 1 (Revision)||Biology and Human Welfare, Structural Organization – Plants and Animals (Revision)|
|Day 5||Week 2 (Revision)||Week 2 (Revision)||Ecology and Environment (Revision)|
|Day 6||Week 3 (Revision)||Week 3 (Revision)||Biotechnology and its Applications (Revision)|
|Day 7||Mock Test|