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NEET: NEET Bible: 8 Steps to Clear NEET by Toppers (ranked under AIR 100) Notes | Study How To Prepare For NEET - NEET

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As you decide to write NEET, the important question that arises with it is “How to start preparing for NEET?”. An adequate answer to this question will steer your NEET preparation in the right direction.

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Why did EduRev make this guide?

  • We wanted to answer the question "How to Prepare for NEET" once and for all in the best / perfect way possible.
  • Since students waste a large amount of time, effort, and money while preparing for NEET just because of a lack of the right direction. We believe it will be very very valuable for every aspirant.
  • This guide was made to teach in a guided way so that you can clear your NEET with the least amount of time, effort, and money spent, by just making sure you Study What Actually Matters for the preparation of the exam.

How was this guide made?

  • This guide has been made by EduRev experts by referring to the strategies & interviews of the toppers including Nalin Khandelwal (NEET 2019, AIR 1), Nishita Purohit (NEET 2017, AIR 11), Bhavik Bansal (NEET 2019, AIR 2).
  • Study pattern, schedule and strategy of the toppers have been studied deeply while making this document so that students get the right way towards the Preparation.

How to Prepare for NEET?

This section aims at helping aspirants devise a well-planned preparation strategy for the upcoming NEET exam. Let’s have a look at the full-proof STEP by STEP preparation strategy for preparing NEET exam.

Step 1: Start by attempting PYQs to analyze your strong and weak areas

  • Analyze the subject you are interested in: You can judge your interest in subjects by attempting a few previous year questions. Pick this subject at last because you will cover this subject in less amount of time. 
  • Emphasize on your weaker section: According to your interest, pick your weaker section first and give more emphasis on it.

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  • Set goals for yourself: Decide how many chapters will you complete in one day. Do not leave your place until or unless you have accomplished your goal. 
  • Practice, Analyse, Improve: You need to learn to improve continuously during NEET preparation. Keep your focus on practising as many questions as you can and keep analyzing your mistakes and improving them continuously.

Step 2: Start your preparation by reading NCERTs

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  • Start with NCERTs: You must thoroughly go through NCERT books which form the base for every question. These textbooks actually create the foundation of topics on top of which building more important knowledge and facts will stand. EduRev provides you with a NEET NCERT course that includes NCERT books PDFs, NCERT solutions, NCERT exemplars and much more for each and every chapter.

Completing the syllabus of NCERT books is just like laying the foundation for a building. You cannot build anything on the ground unless there is a strong foundation underneath it. NCERT books are designed to help a student understand the concepts in a step-by-step manner. These books help understand the basic concepts, which is essential for rock-solid preparation.

  • Understand each and every line written in this book. From a single line of NCERT, questions are framed in NEET, drawing an inference of each and every line.
  • In Biology, NCERT summary, tables and examples are very important, direct questions come from it.
  • For Physics, NCERT in-text questions and exercise questions must be solved thoroughly, You can practice and analyze NCERT questions on EduRev also.
  • In Chemistry, NCERT is more than sufficient for inorganic chemistry. Exercise + Theory is important for Organic and Physical Chemistry as well.
  • Memorize Standard Formulas: Physics and physical chemistry formulas must be learnt by heart and should be at the fingertips of the students. 
  • Named Reactions and their Mechanisms: Practice named reactions and their mechanisms of NCERT in Organic chemistry as they are very important from an exam point of view. You can go through the standard formulas for Chemistry through this link.
  • Practice NCERT Questions: NCERT questions practice is the best way to start with practising questions. EduRev compiled NCERT Exercise questions and Exemplar docs with solutions for every chapter, click here.
  • Attempt tests: EduRev offers 1000+ tests including chapter tests- Class 11 & Class 12, topic-wise tests, Subject wise tests, Mock tests & PYQs, which is a blessing for any NEET aspirant as you have to do the continuous practice of the MCQs.

Step 3: Divide time for each subject: Biology, Physics and Chemistry

After analyzing the syllabus and the importance of NCERT, it's time to start with a subject-wise preparation approach. 

NEET exam is divided into 3 subjects:

  1. Biology
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics

So, let's begin by assessing each subject's preparation strategy.

NEET Bible: 8 Steps to Clear NEET by Toppers (ranked under AIR 100) Notes | Study How To Prepare For NEET - NEETStep 3.1: How to Prepare for Biology?

  • Start with NCERT: First of all, you should start studying NCERT Biology, which is one of the best sources for Biology NEET. 98-99 percent syllabus comes from NCERT in Biology NEET.
  • How to read the NCERT book for Biology: Every line published in this book should be understood. NEET questions are created from a single line of NCERT, with inferences drawn from each line. EduRev provides you NCERTs of all the chapters, to check out click here.
  • Revision of NCERT Biology: NCERT revision should be done several times (20-30 times) to ensure that topics are well-understood.
  • Short-Notes based on NCERT: For revising concepts and short notes which are entirely based on NCERT, you can check out the course of class 11 and 12 Biology on EduRev by clicking here Class 11 Biology and Class 12 BiologyIn this EduRev course, you will get the proper notes based on NCERT for revision.
  • Regular Practice and Continuous ImprovementKeep attempting practice tests regularly and analyzing the mistakes that you make to improve them. This will improve your accuracy & speed and helps you avoid silly mistakes. Biology is a scoring subject, if you practice hard, you can score well. You can attempt tests after revising notes from EduRev. PYQs can also be used to analyze and practise questions. Click here to check practice tests on EduRev. 
  • Chapterwise Test Practice: While preparing chapters in Biology, you can give chapter-wise tests as well as topics tests for a better understanding of your weak and strong areas. EduRev has approximately 200-300 questions compiled in its tests for each chapter. 

On EduRev, you can practise previous year biology chapterwise questions from the past 31 years. On the basis of NEET/AIPMT, biology chapterwise from the previous 31 years of class 12 is also available. 

  • Books other than NCERT: Truman’s Objective Biology - Tyagi & Goyal can be used for the strong preparation of questions, but NCERT must be done entirely before going to any other book. 
  • EduRev has compiled all types of questions that are important from an exam point of view (whether it is Truman's Objective Biology Book or NCERT). EduRev offers 1000+ tests including topic-wise tests, chapter tests, mock tests & PYQs. It is recommended for you to practice at least 2 tests a day to strengthen your practice. You can start your practice by clicking here.

For more info: How to Prepare for NEET Biology with EduRev

Step 3.2: How to Prepare for Chemistry?

(i) Organic Chemistry

  • Cover the NCERT thoroughly and take notes to revise the chapter every now and then. 
  • In organic chemistry, it is very important to learn named reactions with their mechanisms. 
  • All the reactions covered in the NCERT should be at your fingertips. 
  • IUPAC, GOC, isomerism are very important topics. These topics must be practised more and more.
  • Analyze and practice questions through PYQs of Organic Chemistry. PYQs can help you to understand the type of questions coming in Organic chemistry in past few years.

(ii) Physical Chemistry

  • In Physical Chemistry, questions are really important. It is important to solve NCERT intext questions and exercises questions properly.
  • Prepare a list of all the formulae and revise them regularly. 
  • NCERT may not serve the whole purpose so you can also refer to some good books like Narendra Awasthi.
  • Chapters like Thermodynamics and Redox reactions are very important, questions may come directly from here.
  • Analyze and practice questions through PYQs of Physical Chemistry. PYQs can help you to understand the type of questions coming in Physical chemistry in past few years.

(iii) Inorganic Chemistry

  • NCERT is more than sufficient for Inorganic chemistry.
  • Chemical bonding and the periodic table account for half of the inorganic chemistry syllabus; revise them thoroughly through NCERT.
  • Direct questions are asked from chapters like S and p blocks. It is important to learn their examples. 
  • NCERT must be followed; good questions are framed from it; questions do not come from outside of NCERT; only NCERT-based questions are asked.
  • To Analyse and practice questions through PYQs of Inorganic Chemistry click here. PYQs can help you to understand the type of questions coming in Inorganic chemistry in past few years.

You can practice Previous Year questions of Chemistry chapterwise of past 31 years on EduRev, check it out here . Chapterwise PYQs of past 28 years of class 12 are present on the basis of NEET/AIPMT, so you can check that too by clicking here.

  • Chapterwise Test Practice: While preparing chapters in Chemistry, you can give chapter-wise tests as well as topic-wise tests for a better understanding of your weak and strong areas. EduRev has approximately 200-300 questions compiled in its tests for each chapter. You can practice from the links given below in concept building.
  • Concept Building: For concepts and revision of Chemistry, you can check out the content on EduRev by Clicking here Class 11 Chemistry and Class 12 Chemistry.

For more info: How to Prepare for NEET Chemistry with EduRev

Step 3.3: How to Prepare for Physics?

  • Determining factor: Physics' difficulty level determines your rank because it is more difficult than other subjects.
  • Derivations are important to understand: It is important to focus that how things are derived in physics instead of cramming derivations.
  • What to read in NCERT: It is important to go through NCERT summary points and points to ponder in blue boxes.
  • Practice Questions
    • Solving NCERT Examples & questions is a must. EduRev provides all Solved Exemplar and Exercise questions, to check out please click here.
    • H.C. Verma and D.C. Pandey are also very good books for practicing questions from the exam point of view.
    • You can also practice questions at EduRev as we have compiled all the questions and solutions for all the chapters of H.C. Verma and D.C Pandey, you can check it out H.C. Verma Solutions. & D.C. Pandey Solutions for NEET Physics.
    • Irodov Book can be preferred for some of the topics for question-solving. Solving Irodov is one of the milestones which most of the students try to cross. You can practice questions of Irodov (with solutions) at EduRev; check it out here.
    • Attempt JEE mains questions/ AIEEE questions. You can practice JEE physics chapter-wise and topic-wise questions from here. As well as you can practice JEE mock tests for physics, click here.
    • To Analyse and practice questions through PYQs of Physics click here. PYQs can help you to understand the type of questions coming in Physics in past few years.

You can practice Previous Year questions of Physics chapterwise of past 31 years on EduRev, check it out here. Also Chapterwise PYQs of past 28 years of class 12 are present on the basis of NEET/AIPMT, so you can check that too, click here.

  • Concepts building: Understand concepts first from teachers. Watch videos and after that start doing questions. EduRev provides you with the complete course on Physics which consists of Videos, notes, and tests also, to check, click here for  Class 11 & Class 12.
  • Chapterwise Test Practice: While preparing chapters in Physics, you can give chapter-wise tests as well as topic-wise tests for a better understanding of your weak and strong areas. EduRev has approximately 200-300 questions compiled in its tests for each chapter. For practice, click here for  Class 11 & Class 12.
  • Standard Formulas: Standard formulas should be remembered properly. Maintain a formula book for yourself so that you can keep in mind the formulas any time you need them.
  • Revision: For concepts and revision of Physics, you can check out the content given in EduRev by clicking here.

For more info: How to Prepare for NEET Physics with EduRev

Step 4: After completing each chapter, attempt as many questions as you can

While attempting questions, it is important to include both NCERT exercise questions and Previous Year Questions. Practising PYQs help you in: 

  • Attempt Previous Year Questions: There is no better guide than previous year's question papers when it comes to understanding the exam pattern. EduRev provides 31 previous years' question papers, check them out here.
  • Time Management and Speed: You must solve 180 questions in three hours (180 minutes) and choose 180 questions from 200 questions, implying that you have less than a minute per question, according to the NEET exam pattern. You must achieve this speed in order to attempt the maximum number of questions on the exam day. Previous year's NEET question papers and mock tests are designed to be completed in three hours. Setting a timer while working on these will assist you in reaching this goal.
  • Prepares you for all types of questions and topics: PYQs give you a brief idea of what type of questions are asked in the main exam.

Step 5: After covering the syllabus, attempt Mock tests 

  • Boost confidence: Practising questions make you confident and give a real picture of how much syllabus have you covered precisely. 
  • Time Management: In the NEET exam, managing time is the most vital task and can not be overlooked. Practising mock tests make your time management skills stronger. You can practice mock tests on the EduRev platform, by clicking here.
  • Makes you Proactive: Mock tests come to the rescue when an exam is on the verge. Mock tests give you a complete feel for the real exam and prepare you accordingly. Mock questions are the most effective way to prepare for an exam.

EduRev provides All India Rank (AIR) & in-depth analysis after every test that you attempt. You also get to know the average time taken by the students across the country to attempt a particular question. Continuous analysis & improvement is really important for every NEET aspirant.

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Step 6: Analyse your performance

  • Analyze the test: After taking a mock test, the most important thing to do is analyze it. It is more important to analyze the test than it is to take the test. Taking a practice test will not help you improve your grades. You must figure out your personal error bandwidth, as well as how many mistakes you made while guessing an answer, how many silly mistakes you made, and how many questions you skipped. You will find the solution if you correct these errors. Every step matters, so consider what you should do to improve your score on the next test.
  • Look over the solutions: The next step is to thoroughly review the mock test solutions. Surprisingly, after giving a mock test, many students ignore the solutions, defeating the purpose of the test. Don't make the same blunder. Carefully and patiently go over the solutions. While working through the solutions, you will be learning how to apply problem-solving theory, which is a crucial skill for passing the NEET exam.

Step 7: Repeat Steps 3 to 6, at least 8-10 times before the exam

After analyzing your performance, now it's time to start the revision from the top. Start revising the topics, in which you don't feel confident. 

  • Revise the NCERT and short notes: Revise the NCERT once again as toppers suggest that NCERTs must be covered at least 8-10 times before the main exam. Once you are done with the whole NCERT, pick up the topics or chapters that you feel you need more practice in. 
  • Analyze and re-attempt the PYQs: Once you are done with the revision, revisit the questions that you found important while attempting the mock tests and PYQs. In EduRev, the infinity members have the option to review their marked questions and even reattempt the tests. Click here to see mock tests on EduRev.  
  • Analyze the sections where negative marking is on peak: Once you are done with the revision, now it's time to minimize your negative marking. Analyze your tests carefully and see in which sections you are doing the most mistakes. Properly analyze those answers and try to minimize your negative score.

Step 8: One month before NEET:

Here are the things you should definitely follow in the last month before NEET: 

  • Mocks, Mocks, Mocks – Put Quality over Quantity:
    Try to solve mock tests in an effective way. Don't try to solve numerous questions instead focus on the quality of the questions you solved. After attempting questions, always check for the answers and if your answer is incorrect, understand the answer and see where you were going wrong.
  • Revisit the formulae. It does help:
    Revisit the piece of paper where you listed all the formulas and short notes and revise them daily, no matter what! Learn all the basics. 
  • Revise what you have learned. Do not go for new topics:
    Now is the time to get better at things that you are already good at and dump the things that you are poor at. Revise the stuff that you are comfortable with and forget about the topics that you hate.

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  • Take care of yourself: Lastly, take care of yourself throughout the month. Take breathers between your perpetual studying hours and go for a drive, play a sport, or get enough hours of sleep.

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