Thanks for the A2A…

Thanks for the A2A…

Thanks for the A2A…

Any exam is not cracked within a short time, u can only enhance your rank. People who get top 10 ranks in NEET/JEE are usually olympiad medalists , NTSE scholars etc. So cracking any +2 level exam requires minimum basics till class 10. If u can find roots of any quadratic equation, solve simultaneous linear equations , know the names of different organelles in a cell, know the method to find square root by division method, know how to write simple chemical formulae of compounds , know how to balance an equation etc it indicates that you have got some basics till 10th.

Now can u crack NEET 2019 in 6 months? YES, provided you have the above mentioned basics.

I am assuming that you have studied nothing before, and I m considering 520+ marks in NEET as cracking the exam.

6 months is a short time, if I were you I would divide this into 2 parts – Part A and Part B. Part A will be reserved for learning concepts and it will be extended for 5 months. Part B will include a month that will be used for revising things from Part A.

So for 520+ marks NEET 2019 (assuming difficulty of NEET 2018), this strategy MAY work.

MAY

MAY

Biology – Byheart NCERT of both 11th and 12th class, that’s it. Do not leave a single diagram, summary , year etc . It will fetch u minimum of 300 marks. You can do NCERT at your fingertips for practise.

Biology

Chemistry – Again NCERT will work. Yes, for all the three- physical , inorganic and organic. Many students may doubt this- but believe me NCERT exercise and exemplar is not a child’s play. There are so many questions in equilibrium topic. For organic also stick to NCERT. I m suggesting this because you have very less time and you cannot do books other than NCERT. It will fetch you 140+ if u read very well, but in such a short time lets consider 120+.

Chemistry

Physics – Warning – I am not much sure whether it works, follow at your own risks.

Physics –

Warning

Warning

– I am not much sure whether it works, follow at your own risks.

Just practise NCERT problems. For theory consult your teacher, go with online lectures etc. But for problems NCERT is enough to get 120+. Just look at the previous papers after solving NCERT conceptually, u will know that most of the problems are very much related to NCERT. Do not byheart formulae, solve all problems conceptually. U should know the derivation of each and every formula you are applying

Solve previous year questions

Solve previous year questions

Solve previous year questions

Time is very short for you, hence do not get lured with unnecessary books at this stage. Part B- revision is gonna be important especially for Biology and Chemistry. Revise whole NCERTs for a minimum of 3 times.

Suggestions are welcome through comments.

All the best.

This answer originally appeared on this Quora question on Studying.

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