How to prepare for NEET in 3 months?

Becoming a successful doctor is a dream of every medical student. If you haven’t got started, please give yourself a well-mannered punch and start preparing today! The most important step of all is the first step, guys. You can plan the journey to the destination well only if you know the starting point.

If we go with the experts and NEET toppers, dedicated practice and revision are the major factors that can lead to success. If you are somebody targeting the upcoming medical tests, go through these tips to crack!

Know the syllabus of the examination well!

NEET is as vast as an ocean, and you need to know the exact location to fish the best output. Cut down on extra information and focus on important topics. Since we know NEET exam covers NCERT syllabus as well, you can compare the syllabus with your Board exam syllabus. It is beneficial for you if there are common chapters as you will not need to prepare them separately. This will give you ample time to concentrate on the parts of the syllabus that are not covered.

Important Focus Areas for NEET 2018 are:

Physics – Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics and Nuclear Physics

Chemistry – Mole Concept, General Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry

Biology – Ecology and Environment, Genetics, Cell Biology; Morphology, Reproduction and Physiology of Plants and Animals; Basics of Biotechnology

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What do you Understand by NEET Question Pattern?

Candidates preparing for the exam are aware how important is to cross the hurdle and crack the exam. We have curated a list of things that you want to know about NEET 2018 Pattern.

  •   NEET 2018 Question Paper Booklet consists of total 180 questions.
  • The Question Paper will have objective type questions which means each question has four options, wherein, candidates need to choose the correct answer from the given options.
  •  NEET Chemistry and Physics consist of 45 questions each and Biology comprise of 90 questions.
  • NEET Biology section is further divided into Botany and Zoology.
  • Check the NEET Question Paper Pattern in the table below.
S. No. Name of the Subjects No. of Questions Maximum Marks
1. Chemistry 45 180
2. Physics 45 180
3. Botany 45 180
4. Zoology 45 180

Question Paper carries 720 marks, and the Candidates who cross the Cut-Off Marks of NEET Exam are eligible to appear for counselling process for the best colleges across India.

NEET Preparation Crash Course offered by Eckovation

The NEET exam is scheduled to be held in the month of May every year and the candidates who have enrolled to appear in the exam are leaving no stone unturned. To prepare for any of the exams, the one needs a platform where all their problems should be solved with clear concepts. At Eckovation, you will find the following:
1. Chapter wise Notes
2. Chapter wise Practice Papers
3. Mock Tests
4. All India Test Series
5. Chapter wise Video Lectures
6. Mentors helping you at every step
7. Counselling
8. Peer Discussion

How to Join NEET Program on Eckovation

Step 1: Download Eckovation App

Step 2: Join the group using group code: 563197

What is the NEET Marking Scheme? 

 As per the NEET Paper Pattern, for each correct answer candidates will get 4 marks, whereas 1 mark will be deducted for the incorrect response. Check the marking scheme in NEET Exam Pattern.

S. No. Marking Scheme of NEET Marks
1. Each correct response +4
2. Negative Marking in NEET -1
3. Unmarked questions No Marks


How to crack NEET in just 3 months? What should be my strategy for the exam?

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Most of the candidates faced this dilemma while going through their preparations. The below given Week Wise NEET Study Plan for 3 Months is designed in such a way that it will be beneficial for all the candidates.

Tips to crack NEET Exam – Strategy for Week 1

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
Week 1 Electrostatics (Electric Charges & Fields, Electric potential & capacitance Basics of Organic Chemistry, Hydrocarbons & Halides Diversity in Living World (Excluding Animal Kingdom)
Week 2 Mechanics (Units and Dimensions) Hydro Carbons & Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Reproduction
Week 3 Magnetism Organic Chemistry (Aldehydes, Ketones, Ether) Cell Structure and Functions
Week 4 Current Electricity (Electromagnetism Induction and AC) Polymers and Chemistry in Every- day life Biology in Human Welfare


Tips to crack NEET Exam – Strategy for Week 2

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
Week 1 Laws of Motion, Work Energy & Power Mole Concept & States of Matter Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
Week 2 Modern Physics and Optics Solutions, Solid State, Equilibrium Genetics and Evolution
Week 3 Kinematics Atomic Structure Physiology
Week 4 Gravitation, Mechanics of Solids and fluids Chemical Kinematics and Surface Chemistry Biotechnology and Its Applications


Tips to crack NEET Exam – Strategy for Week 3

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
Week 1 Atomic Nucleus & Semiconductors Chemical Bonding Exchange of Gases, Body Fluids and Circulation
Week 2 Thermodynamics, Kinetic theory of Gases, Properties of Matter D & F block Elements Ecology
Week 3 Mechanics (Oscillations and Waves) Classification of Elements, S-block Elements, Hydrogen and its Compounds Plant Physiology
Week 4 Electromagnetic Waves and Communication Systems P Block Elements Animal Kingdom


Tips and Tricks to ace the NEET Exam

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1. Strategy to Revise Biology for NEET

In NEET , you will face 90 questions in biology. That means you can score maximum 360 marks, accounting for 50% of the score. Half of it would be on botany and rest half would be zoology.

You can easily score above 300 in Biology, by mastering NCERT biology books.

When you are studying a chapter from NCERT, make notes. If you have come across any useful tip about a topic in any other book, then make a note out of that on a sticky note, and stick that on that chapter on your NCERT book. This way during revision you can refer the notes for exam from one place only, instead of jumping from one book to another.

2. 5 things you must do to revise biology for NEET in 3 months

  1. See, understand, memorize all diagrams with labellings.
  2. Revise NCERT from beginning to end.
  3. Jot down important points – most often asked in exam – in one place.
  4. Also jot down things you keep forgetting in one place.
  5. Practice MCQs chapter-wise, and also solve past year papers, sample papers.

3. Strategy for Physics revision for NEET

I overheard a teacher once telling her students, “Biology will help you qualify, Chemistry will help you score and Physics will help you ace the exam.” This cannot have been better put.

There are two types of questions in physics: (i) formula based (ii) conceptual.

Thus, to ace the physics section, you need to do two things.

  1. Read, write, revise all formula.
  2. Understand all concepts well.

Mechanics, thermodynamics and kinetic theory, electrodynamics, optics and wave optics, modern physics are really important, contributing to the majority of the paper.

4. Strategy for Chemistry revision for NEET

Chemistry – physical, inorganic, organic – has a slightly different approach.

A common myth is that inorganic chemistry should be studied in the end as it involves mugging, but mostly it does not help if you study like that. How much ever you try to mug up a complete section of chemistry towards the end, it will not be easy to remember everything on exam day. So, be regular with all of chemistry.

Physical chemistry requires remembering formulae, knowing where to apply them, and be quick in calculations. Rather than doing only easy questions while preparing, attempt really tough ones during preparation.

Inorganic chemistry, as suggested earlier, should be done consistently. Yes it does involve memory skills, but also it helps a lot if you understand why something is happening rather than just trying to remember it. So grasp that logic and study inorganic chemistry.

Organic chemistry:  NCERT is sufficient for chemistry section

5. Solve Previous Years Question Papers and Mock Tests

As you know there will be 180 questions in NEET  Exam, that is to be answered in 180 minutes, that means you have 1 minute per question. So, the time constraint is the biggest challenge for all the aspirants.

But you can ace this challenge, by practicing Mock tests and NEET Question Papers for Previous Years. Solving mock tests will help you in your exam preparation as well as performing revisions. As, you will come to know your weak areas and also, it improves your speed and accuracy to solve the maximum number of questions in less time.

Practicing Previous years papers will give you an idea about the type of questions asked in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test and you can make up your mind for the upcoming one.

I hope this article will help you in scoring good marks in NEET.

Happy Learning! 🙂


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