How to Revise for NEET Exam Based on Syllabus?

How to Revise for NEET Exam Based on Syllabus?

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Excelling in a medical exam is not everyone’s cup of tea. With the time for NEET examinations approaching, future aspiring medical students are turning every page of the book to absorb the entire syllabus.  In order to prepare for any examination, a full comprehension of the syllabus is necessary to get good marks. Knowing the syllabus helps the candidate to get an idea of the nature of the questions and the pattern of the exam paper.

All the students who appear for this exam, have certain goals and objectives. Many students even perform ample amounts of research before getting into a college course. With the exam, students get the desired seat in their choice of course and college.

The NEET exam syllabus comprises three subjects namely Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

The NEET syllabus includes all three mentioned subjects from class 11 and 12.

The following table will explain the topics for NEET 2020 Biology syllabus of class 11 and 12.

Class 11 Class 12
Plant Physiology Genetics and Evolution
Human Physiology Reproduction
Diversity in the Living World Biology and Human Welfare
Structural Organization – Plants and Animals Biotechnology and its Applications
Cell Structure and Function Ecology and Environment

Compared to the Biology syllabus, the syllabus for Chemistry is vast and includes several important topics. The following table will elaborate on the NEET Chemistry syllabus:

Class 11 Class 12
Structure of Atom Solutions
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Solid State
Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure Chemical Kinetics
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Electrochemistry
Redox Reactions Surface Chemistry
States of Matter: Gases and Liquids p Block Elements
Thermodynamics D and F Block Elements
Equilibrium General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
Hydrogen Coordination Compounds
Som p-Block Elements Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Environmental Chemistry Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen
Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles & Techniques Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid
Hydrocarbons Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in Everyday Life

In order to make sure that the candidate is ready to write the entrance exam, they must know all important concepts in the NEET syllabus.

Certain tips for Revision

After the candidates familiarize themselves with the syllabus, it is time to test the memory power. In order to do so, a regular revision of all your notes goes a long way. Below are certain things to keep in mind while revising for the exam:

  • For Physics, creating a formula notebook will enable students to remember difficult formulas
  • Physics involves a large amount of problem solving and less theory. Therefore, solving numerous questions will help them learn related concepts as well.
  • Attempt the easy topics first as it helps build confidence and assures candidates that they can do this
  • Later attempt the difficult questions, so that they know if they are able to solve difficult questions
  • While preparing for Chemistry, repeat the same formula notebook and go through the formulas regularly
  • Write the organic and inorganic reactions in chart papers and stick it on the wall. Constantly looking at the reactions helps to remember them.
  • While preparing for Biology, always remember to learn all important terminologies under NCERT
  • There are a few deeper concepts that need more revision
  • Remember to draw and learn the diagrams under Biology

If they keep all these points in mind, the candidates will be able to score good marks and enter the college of their choice.

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