NEET2Months.jpg

How to prepare for NEET 2019 in 2 months!

The NEET is the entrance examination to most medical colleges in India now. We will see how to make use of the two precious months left with us in our NEET preparation phase.

 NEET 2019: Important Dates 

Events  Dates
 Release of application   November 1, 2018  
 Application form submission last date    December 7, 2018 (extended) 
 Application form correction   December 2018 
 Application Fee Payment   December 1 – December 12, 2018   
 Exam date   May 5, 2019 

 

Syllabus

The NEET Syllabus covers Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of class 11 and 12, as laid down by the Medical Council of India (MCI).  In an attempt to establish uniformity across India, all state board syllabi are taken into consideration. To test yourself, we strongly recommend that you take mock tests from the NTA web site. With this, you can track your preparation status with the free NEET Sample Papers. There are a total of 180 questions divided equally among these sections. Each question carries 4 marks while 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

 Physics   Chemistry   Biology
 Physical World and Measurement  Solid state   Diversity in Living World 
 Electrostatics  Structure of Atom   Reproduction 
 Current Electricity   Solutions   Structural Organization in Animals and   Plant 
 Kinematics   Classification of Elements and Periodicity in   Properties   Genetics and Evolution
 Laws of Motion   Electrochemistry  Cell Structure and Function
 Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism   Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure  Biology and Human Welfare
 Work, Energy, and Power   Chemical Kinetics   Plant Physiology
 Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents   States of Matter: Gases and Liquids  Biotechnology and its Applications
 Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body   Surface Chemistry    Human Physiology
 Electromagnetic Waves   Thermodynamics    Ecology and Environment
 Gravitation   General Principles and Processes of Isolation of   Elements 
  Optics  Equilibrium 
 Properties of Bulk Matter  p-Block elements 
 Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation   Redox Reactions 
  Thermodynamics   d and f Block Elements 
  Atoms and Nuclei   Hydrogen
  Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory   Coordination Compounds
  Electronic Devices  s-Block Elements
  Oscillations and Waves   Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
 Aldehydes
 Ketones
 Carboxylic Acids
 Hydrocarbons
 Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
 Biomolecules
 Polymers
 Chemistry in Everyday Life

Preparing for NEET 2019?

Free Live Video Classes for NEET with 100% portion coverage by great Teachers

 

 Preparation Strategies 

Here are some quick ways our NEET tutor Sumil suggests for you to get the most out of your 2-month preparation for NEET.

  • Pay attention to all subjects: Don’t ignore subjects you are weak in. This is important because sometimes paper is so structured that your easy subject might have difficult questions. In that case, you can have a headstart if you have studied all the subjects.
  • Revise old topics: It’s super easy to forget the topics you spent time studying if you don’t revise. So while covering new topics, remember to revise old topics as well.
  • Solve question papers: Set your timer for 140-150 minutes. While in the examination hall there are many pressure situations which cannot be created otherwise. The only way you can prepare yourself to handle some of the pressure is by limiting your time while solving question papers.
  • Be confident: Don’t let yourself believe that if you are unable to master a topic or subject you won’t be able to make it. (Read how some bounced back after failing in 7 subjects)
  • You have 4 subjects, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany.Physics = 180 marks
    Chemistry = 180 marks
    Biology (Zoology + Botany) = 360 marksNow, if you are thorough with 3 of them you can easily get around 150 in each of them scoring 450 marks in 3 subjects along.For the 1 other subject, you just need 90-100 marks. And you can be sure of getting a seat. That is easily manageable.
  • Physics: Try and solve many questions. It will be easier if you only have to change the values of numerical during exam rather than figuring the entire steps for the solution. It will save time
  •  Last month: In the last(revision) month revise NCERT for biology and organic and inorganic chemistry. Questions are directly framed from its sentences as it is
  • Take care of your health: You can’t afford to lose any time. So eat healthily and sleep well

 

In the last two months, you have to revise and write mock tests. Write these mock tests in exam conditions and in the stipulated time. With every test, analyze your performance after every mock test and work on your weak areas.

The syllabus is extremely vast and hence, revision is very crucial. So, according to your mock test performance, revise the weak areas you have issues with.

Preparing for Medical Entrance Examination?

We can help with your exam preparation. Watch HD live, recorded video lecture without any playback restrictions, Practice topics Chapter-wise from India’s best Publishers, Connect with IIT tutors to clear your doubts instantly 24×7. 

Download the HashLearn App now!

Download the HashLearn app on the iTunes App Store

 

 

 

Also read: 

 

Share this post

Join the conversation