It is said that you must have a good study plan in order to excel in NEET 2020.
However, every student is different and each one you have different capacity to understand and learn a topic. Hence, it is important that a student should prepare the study plan as per their own need and stick to it. Now, there are various factors which one should take into consideration while preparing a study plan durung the last 3 months like if you are an early riser or a night owl, which topics you need to work on, etc.
Remember that half-baked efforts is not going to help in qualifying a national level exam like NEET. Hence, you must alreaady start preparing for the exam and have a committed mindset towards pursuing a medical course.
How to Start Preparation for NEET 2020?
Assuming that you are studying in Class 12th, your fundamentals must be fresh and your concepts should be clear. It is really important that candidates must have a strong hold of the concepts of Class 11th and 12th. NEET paper covers 97 chapters of Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology and note that the syllabus is very vast. Not to scare you but hard work and determination is needed not only for NEET but to succeed in life as well.
Now, before you proceed to start the preparation, get familiar with NEET 2020 syllabus and then make a move.
3 Months Study Plan for NEET 2020
Once you have checked the syllabus, seggregate the topics into three sections – Easy, Moderate and difficulty. Based on the segregation of the difficulty level of the topic, you can then prepare a study plan which is best suited for you. Below we have provided a study plan which you may refer to for exam preparation. You can also edit / update it accordingly as per your need.
Month-wise NEET 2020 study plan
February study plan for NEET 2020 preparation
|Week 1||Diversity in Living World (Std 12)||Basics of Organic Chemistry||Electrostatics (Std 12)|
|Week 2||Cell structure and Function (Std 12)||Organic Chemistry containing Oxygen||Magnetism (Std 12)|
|Week 3||Reproduction (Std 12)||Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen||Mechanics (Std 11)|
|Week 4||Biology in Human Welfare (Std 12)||Biomolecules, Polymers, |
Environmental and Everyday life Chemistry
|Current Electricity (Std 12)|
March study plan for NEET 2020 preparation
|Week 1||Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants (Std 12)||Mole Concept & Stoichiometry, States of Matter||Mechanics (Std 11)|
|Week 2||Plant Physiology||Atomic Structure, Thermochemistry||Rotational Kinematics & Dynamics (Std 11)|
|Week 3||Genetics & Evolution (Std 12)||Equilibrium||Optics & Modern Physics (Std 12)|
|Week 4||Biotechnology & its applications (Std 12)||Redox & Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics & Surface Chemistry||Gravitation, Mechanics of solids & fluids (Std 11)|
April study plan for NEET 2020 preparation
|Week 1||Digestion & Absorption Breathing and Exchange of Gases Body Fluids & Circulation (Std 11)||Chemical Bonding||Atomic Nucleus & Semiconductors (Std 12)|
|Week 2||Excretory Products & Elimination, Locomotion & Movement Neural Control & Coordination & Integration (Std 11)||Classification of Elements, Hydrogen & S Block Elements||Oscillations and Waves (Std 11)|
|Week 3||Ecology (Std 12)||P Block Elements||Thermal Physics (Std 11)|
|Week 4||Animal Kingdom (Std 12||D & F Block Elements & Coordination Compounds||Electromagnetic Waves & Communication Systems (Std 12)|
Day-wise NEET 2020 study plan
|Monday||Mechanics – 2 hr|
Modern physics – 1 hr
|Organic chemistry – I||Diversity of living organisms – 2 hr|
Biology and humans welfare – 1 hr
|Tuesday||Mechanics – 2 hr|
Electrodynamics – 1 hr
|Organic chemistry I – 1 hr|
Physical chemistry – 2 hr
|Wednesday||Thermodynamcs – 1 hr|
Modern Physics – 2 hr
|Organic chemistry – 1 hr|
Physical chemistry – 2 hr
|Reproduction – 2 hr|
Biotechnology – 1 hr
|Thursday||Mechanics – 1 hr|
Optics – 2 hr
|Organic chemistry II – 2 hr|
Physical chemistry – 1 hr
|Plant Physiology – 2 hr|
Ecology -1 hr
|Friday||Mechanics – 2 hr|
SHM & Waves – 1 hr
|Inorganic chemisstry – 2 hr|
Physical chemistry – 1 hr
|Genetics – 2 hr|
Structural organization in Plants & Animals – 1 hr
|Saturday||Heat & Thermodyamics – 2 hr|
Optics – 1 hr
|Physical chemistry – 2 hr|
Inorganic chemisstry – 1 hr
Below we have provided some useful tips which shall help them in preparation. The tips have been prepared based on the advices given the students who appeared for NEET, toppers, and teachers.
Recommended: NEET 2020 Admit Card
Apart from studying as per the study plan / time table, you must take mock test. Analyse your performance with every mock test like topics which were difficult for you, any formula or law which is difficult for you to remember. Give the same mock test again and compare it with previous time.
|EET 2020 Subject||English Mock Test||Hindi Mock Test|
|Physics||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Chemistry||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Botany||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Zoology||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Full Test||Practice Here||Practice Here|
Manage your Time well
In NEET exam. about 600+ marks will land you a good government medical college. There are a toal of 180 questions in the entrance exam, howvever, if you are attempting minimum 150-155 questions then there shall be a high chance for you to get a good medical college.
The number of good attempts in each section shall be:
|Name of the subject||Good attempts|
|Physics||35 out of 45|
|Chemistry||38-40 out of 45|
|Biology||80 out of 90|
How to Manage your time for exam?
It is best advised that you should spend at least 10-15 minutes at least carefully reading NEET 2020 question paper. You may attempt the direct questions at first as the chances for you to score higher marks in the first half of the exam. Spend the rest of the time for solving most difficult part of the examination. As per the reviews of the students over the years, Physics is said to be most difficult and calculative, hence, you may spend the last 80 minutes of the exam solving questions from Physics.
Chemistry is generally one of the most scoring areas in NEET exam. In this section, you will get both calculative and direct questions. Generally the questions are directly asked from NCERT, hence, it is best that you should have a good hold on NCERT only then move to other books for solving previous year papers.
Avoid These Mistakes During Preparation
These are some of the common mistaked which a candidate do while preparing for the entrance exam –
- Avoiding NCERT books.
- Taking reference from too many books.
- Not using time for self study.
- Not using a well prepared time table for studying.
- Ignoring the errors made while solving a question and moving on to the next question.
- No self analysis of preparation like how much are you improving each day.
- Not solving previous year paper or taking a mock test.
Important Topics in NEET 2020 – Subject wise
You can check the list of important topics in each subject from below.
Important Topics in Biology
- Animal Diversity
- Animal Husbandry
- Human Health and Diseases
- Animal Tissue
- Human Physiology
- Human reproduction
- Cell Biology and Division
- Plant Anatomy
- Plant Physiology
- Genetics and Biotechnology
- Plant Diversity
- Plant Morphology & Reproduction
- Biology in Human Welfare
Important Topics in Physics
- Electronic Devices
- Laws of Motion
- The Magnetic effect of Current
- Oscillations & Waves
Important Topics in Chem
- Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure
- Chemical Kinetics
- Coordination Compounds
- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- S, P, D and F Block Elements
- Atomic structure
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