With NEET happening twice a year now, it’s important to change the strategy and plan for it. Most students take 9-12months to prepare for the NEET exam. However, a planned way of study can get it done in 8months. In just about 8 months preparation you can score the maximum in NEET.

The Eight Month Study Plan

  1. First 1 month (September): This is the best time to revise your Class 11 syllabus. The first few months is when the syllabus is fresh in your mind. You can get ask relevant doubts when you meet your Class 11 teachers, can get your doubts clear and use the tests and exams to strengthen your skills.
  2. Next 4 months (October – January): This period will be a stressful one. During this time, complete your Class 12 syllabus while constantly revising your Class 11 syllabus. Ensure that you spend time revising old concepts so that you don’t forget them while studying new ones. You should try to finish this in four months. To make things easier, you can take topic wise tests on your Class 11 portion to see how much you have remembered.
  3. Last 3 months (February – April): This is the home-run. Now you’re done studying the entire portion. The first one and a half months, you should spend giving subject-wise mock tests. Find out which areas are weak and revise those chapters. Practice tougher problems and learn how NEET questions can be twisted to trick you. Understand where can you save time and where should you spend that extra minute. If you’re confident, you can also attempt a few mock tests.

Testing Your Mettle

In the next one-and-a-half months, you should attempt test series and solve previous years’ question papers. Ensure that you do this in as much of an exam-like setting as you can. Here are some last minutes tips to ace the exam

  • Time yourself and find out which subject is the fastest, which subject do you score the most in.
  • Don’t blindly solve question papers and expect your score to increase.
  • Go back to the solutions and look for the fastest approach to answer correctly in time.
  • Be extra careful of silly mistakes
  • Practice your weak points
  • Attempt the same kind of questions repeatedly to understand the pattern of answering.

Source: The Indian Express