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What should be the strategy to Crack NEET 2021 Preparation

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What should be the strategy to Crack NEET 2021 Preparation

Strategy for NEET 2021 Preparation: NEET 2021 coming and only a handful of months remain for preparing. So it’s very important to get a strategy and prepare according to it to crack the NEET exam with a high score and get admission to top government and private medical colleges.

But how to create a NEET 2021 strategy, what study plan you need to follow, which books are good for preparation. All your questions will be answered in this post where we are going to share a NEET Preparation strategy to crack it with high rankings.

As the first and foremost strategic thing, you should understand the structure of the NEET exam which includes the syllabus covered and the pattern of the exam (like how many questions in Physics, how many in Chemistry, and how many in Biology). 

Then you should also know what are textbooks will help you to cover the entire syllabus. Know what are the difficult areas in each subject and know what are the best study materials for NEET preparation.

NEET 2021 Preparation Strategy

The best part, you can use these strategy tips for Neet preparation by self-study at home.

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Let’s start with NEET 2021 exam pattern and things you must know,

The NEET entrance exam is all about judging students’ knowledge in PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, and BIOLOGY. And a total of 720 marks MCQ pen-paper exam.

where,

PHYSICS– 180 marks

CHEMISTRY– 180 marks

BIOLOGY – 360 marks

NEET exam question paper has a total of 180 questions with 3 hours time duration.

Neet Question paper consists,

Subjects Questions
Physics 45
Chemistry 45
Botany 45
Zoology 45
Total 180

Every right answer to these questions can give 4 marks but a wrong answer will cost you 5 marks, 4 for that wrong answer and 1 for negative marking. This is why students need to pay attention to only the questions that they are 100% sure.

From this exam pattern, we got to know that biology needs to focus more as 50% of questions come from this subject alone.

And in 3 hours (180 MINUTES), 180 questions should be ticked with the right answers, whoever ticks the most correct option from MCQ will get high rankings.

For passing in NEET PG, students must have to score a minimum of 50 percentile for the general category, 45 for PH, and 40 percentile for SC/ST/OBC category.

Know Syllabus, Study according it

NEET 2021 syllabus consists of chapters from 3 subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Where some chapters are more important than others and if you Focus more on the most weightage of chapters on the syllabus that way you will cover the topics that can give you higher rankings in less time.

For neet preparing students there is a good relation to neet syllabus from education minister that there are chances that neet 2021 syllabus will be reduced due to the covid-19 pandemic.

So, when this new syllabus is officially released, it will be updated here weightage wise. 

Prepare a schedule- an effective study planner

You need to make a timetable for your daily routine on how much time you are going to give to study every subject, practicals, tests and of course your health.

Here’s our personal advice, ready a timetable with time slots for every subject, print on some papers and stick it in places like your room, hall and kitchen (most visited place in the house and that way your family members also know the time and don’t bother you while studying.)

So, what type of timetable you should make for the preparation that can ensure you will cover it till the exam.

Well, that’s a question that varies differently depending on different situations like how much time left, your learning skills and your study pattern etc.

For example by writing this article we have almost 5 months for NEET 2021 preparation.

So, Let’s assume you started from scratch and have 5 months (150 days) to prepare for the NEET exam.

Then make a timetable that covers all study in 120 days (4 months) and last 30 days for revision. Be 100% dedicated and focused on your goal. Don’t mislead until you finish the exam.

Make this your no. 1 priority.

Know the right Study Material for NEET

choose the best NEET study material in the first place to make sure you don’t waste your time on extra things. Here are some tips,

  • Choose NCERT 11th, 12th books to study as there are all chapters of NEET syllabus in those books and affiliated by CBSE.
  • Join NEET online mock tests.
  • Find best books for NEET preparation ( there are a lot of NEET books that can help you in preparation)

For saving your time we mentioned some best NEET books below that can be helpful for you for NEET preparation.

Best Books To Prepare For NEET 2021

Physics
  • NCERT (Textbook) Physics – Class 11 & 12
  • Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker (For optics, waves, and electromagnetism)
  • D. C. Pandey Objective Physics
  • Problems in General Physics by I. E. Irodov
  • Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
  • Objective Physics by Pramod Agarwal (For practicing problems in mechanics and rotational dynamics.
Chemistry Physical Chemistry

  • NCERT (Textbook) Chemistry – Class 11 & 12
  • Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
  • Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur

Organic Chemistry

  • Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd

(For reaction mechanisms)

  • NCERT (Textbook) Chemistry – Class 11 & 12
  • Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
  • Organic Chemistry Objective by Arihant (for practicing problems)

Inorganic Chemistry

  • Inorganic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry (For Chemical Bonding, Atomic Structure, and Coordination Chemistry)
Biology
  • Biology Books by Pradeep’s Publications
  • NCERT (Textbook) Biology – Class 11 & 12
  • Biology by GRB Bathla’s Publications
  • Trueman’s Biology – Vol 1 and Vol 2
  • Dinesh Objective Biology
  • SC Verma Biology books

Solve previous year question papers

By solving previous year’s neet question papers you will get familiar with the exam patterns and the weak points that you still need to study hard.

Solving these question papers also will boost your performance time that you are going to need in the real exam.

Take a weekly test where you can try to attempt to solve last year’s question paper like an actual NEET exam with 3-hour time duration. This will remove your anxiety and nervousness and makes it better to complete the exam under time duration.

This strategy alone so powerful that can help you to get high rankings

Last Words

I hope you found these tips insightful and helpful in preparing a study strategy for Neet 2021.

So tell me which tip you like most and plan accordingly. If you also have some tips, please comment below and we will be very happy to read them.

And if we find it helpful, will add it in the post.

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