Tuesday, 29 December 2020
A guide for NEET-UG preparation.
A guide for NEET-UG preparation: Competition is at its peak nowadays but there’s no reason to fear if you have a positive mindset and the right approach towards the exam!
Preparation for any competitive exam is not just limited to how much you study but rather there are many other factors that decide the way one will perform during the exam. Starting with, the transition from 10th to NEET-UG studies is one of the important phases in your preparation.
It may take time to adjust to the subjects and a different way of studying but try to get friendly with them asap. Every subject has a different approach. Give more time for a subject you are weak at.
Subjectwise guide for NEET-UG preparation.
Don’t know why but Physics is the most feared subject amongst NEET aspirants while it’s easiest in NEET compared to other exams. The best way to approach Physics is to get all the concepts cleared about whatever is being taught in lectures then and there itself and then read about that concept by yourself from any book and practice MCQs.
Books I used were coaching modules, USS (Errorless) for question-solving and referred HCV for some concepts to get more clarity about them.
Physical: It’s more like Physics so the same approach would work here. Books: Coaching modules & USS.
Inorganic: Understand the concept and how and when to apply them properly. Questions won’t deviate from NCERT in the inorganic section. So study the NCERT properly and revise it as much as you can. Note down all the exceptions in a book to revise later. Solving only coaching modules is enough. No much solving is required if NCERT is done properly.
Organic: GOC and Reaction Mechanism forms the base of the entire Organic Chemistry. Understand the mechanisms of reactions properly by which you can solve any question. Name reactions are important in organic. Do read NCERT as well. Books: Coaching module & MS Chouhan.
NCERT is a key material to be studied here. Read it as much as you can word by word and derive all the information that you can gain from it by multiple readings. Some chapters require more memorization like Plant Morphology, Animal Kingdom, etc.
The only key to remember these is multiple revisions and make some mnemonics. Some like Genetics are concept-based which are easy to remember if concepts are clear. Other than NCERT I referred to Allen modules. Books: Coaching modules, MTG Fingertips.
P.S.: Make short notes for Physics and Chemistry which helps to revise later. For Biology highlight all important points in NCERT and add on other important points in NCERT only, this would help keep a single book for revision later.
Be consistent right from day one of your preparation, have self-confidence and proper time management, take proper care of your health and avoid all the distractions.
Practice mock papers sincerely and learn to manage speed and accuracy both while attempting papers.
For an upper edge, one can solve JEE Mains past papers (Physics & Chemistry) along with NEET past papers.
All the best! Have a great journey ahead!
– Written By Yash Lonare.
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