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NEET – National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Under Graduate)
For achieving success in any exam you need to do hard work, as well as smart work. Below are some fundamental rules common to all exams with some exam specific preparations which will definitely help you to crack NEET UG Exam.
Fundamentals for Preparation
For preparation of NEET UG Exam one should know the all the details about the exam. Year on year, the competition for the exam is rising and to get success in your exam and to take up a medical seat, one must have the best strategy.
Construction of knowledge in your mind is the key because only you have to reproduce this knowledge in exam. Teaching (Instructions) from school / coaching class / digital media are methods of giving knowledge to you but far more important is how much have you gained (construction of knowledge in your mind) and for that only your efforts will matter. Memorising is short lived. Learning is lasting as you have put in efforts to understand each topic. In objective exams there is no shortcut to learning.
Remember smart learning can be effectively undertaken when you understand what is known to you, what remains to be known and initiate steps to bridge the gap. Third party only will be able to tell you what is not known to you. Here self assessor is effective tool. Once you have identified gap in topic or key concept (questions done incorrectly in self assessor), first try to resolve it yourself by referring to any standard book. Thereafter take help of your colleagues or teacher. Kindly do not leave these gaps unattended/ unresolved. Fill them same day as next day you tend to forget and there are other topics to be completed in your schedule. Master this topic well before moving. Rome is built brick by brick.
Aspirants preparing for the exam must know about the official NEET syllabus. They can compare the NEET syllabus with their board exam syllabus. One should cover the syllabus smartly according to the weightage or important topic from the chapter. Paper contain four section- Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
Below are some important topics from each section-
Physics- Law of motion, Ray optics, Current, Thermodynamics and properties of matter
Chemistry- Periodic table, Mole concept, Electrochemistry, Organic chemistry, Coordination Chemistry
Botany- Transport in plant, Photosynthesis, Plant hormone and Anatomy of plant part
Zoology- Biotechnology, Chordates and Non-Chordates, Reproduction in Human, Glands of the body and Chemical Coordination and integration in them.
Ideal start time will be 11th class. Build your study schedule week wise alongside the schedule of your school curriculum as your NEET UG and school syllabus are same.
• Test your Knowledge- Review the knowledge you have gained subject wise /topic wise/ subtopic wise or keyword wise by assessing yourself through self tests daily/weekly depending upon the depth of your course curriculum in Self Assessor. Remember to build enough challenge in your tests as this not only assesses your learning properly but also adds lot to your knowledge from its own knowledge pool during assessment.
• Self Analysis - Analyse your self-test results carefully. You would have committed some silly mistakes. Try to avoid them next time. There would be many areas at your level which were unknown to you but are required to be understood for the exam you are preparing for. Try to understand/clear your doubts preferably same day on these areas by referring back to your books, discussing with your colleagues or from your teacher next day. Do not leave this to unattended because on next day other topics are waiting to be mastered
•Practice More- On completing the subject you can simulate mock tests/old papers and more tests from test patterns of NEET in Exam Simulator. As these tests simulate exam like environment, you will have first hand experience of your knowledge depth, speed and accuracy. In addition you will be able to benchmark your performance with previous year results and shall have good information on your level of preparedness
• The test taken by you are kept as a history for a limited time. You can access the same, analyse the results and discuss the same with your teachers/guides/ mentors to improve further
It is important how much you know about a subject but what is more important is how much you know more than others. That is what differentiates a winner from a loser.
For preparation of NEET UG Exam Class 11 and Class 12 NCERT are best books.
Time-Best time to start is at beginning of 11th class itself. Complete syllabus two months before exam date. Build a weekly time schedule. Try to cover most of topics by synchronising them with your class curriculum. This will save most of time as well ensure good results in board exams.
Methodology -It’s very simple Concentrate in class in the topics of all three subjects. Note important points. Study yourself from any good book preferably same topics of the subjects for about 2 hour 15 minutes (45 minutes each subject at home) to move from teaching to learning mode. Practice problems on same areas for about 1 and half hour (averagely half hour each topic of the subject)
Thereafter take ten to fifteen minutes self test in self assessor on each topic of the subject studied by you to assess level of understanding achieved in the topic studied. These tests draw questions from a large and specific knowledge pool based on your selection criteria. Kindly ensure that there is sufficient challenge in your self test. Your number of questions be more than 10 for the topic, (in key concept based on keyword they can be even less than 10), level of questions should be at least L2 and time should be bare enough to solve questions. If there are some specific concepts in topic studied by use, take tests on them also by inputting suitable keyword in self assessor.
Analyse results- For questions done incorrectly refer to books to understand where you have gone, try to complete this exercise alone. Alternatively take help of your mentor. The mentors can be your school teacher or teacher in coaching class. To economise time prefer coaching if necessary only in subjects where you are weak.
Thereafter retake test with new set of questions. Once confident, move to next topic. This is active learning as you have yourself put in efforts to understand topics. You will start enjoying your studies and these concepts will be long lasting in you mind.
There are many good books in market but stick to few books only. Keep NCERT books as your base book along with one more textbook each subject wise for theory and one book for problems. Rest all should only be used as reference books only to clear specific doubts
Below mentioned is a exhaustive list of important books for NEET
|Name of Book||Writer / Publisher||To be used as|
|NCERT Physics for 11th and 12th||NCERT||Text book|
|Concepts of Physics Vol I and II||HC Verma||Text Book and Problems exercise|
|Problems in General Physics||I.E. Irodov||Problems exercise book|
|Advanced Level Physics||Nelkon and Parker||Reference book|
|Aptitude Test Problems in Physics||S.S Krotov||Reference book|
|Collection of questions and Problems in Physics||L.A. Sena||Reference book|
|Dynamics of a Particle & of Rigid Bodies||S.L. Loney||Reference book|
|Elements of Dynamics Part I & II||S.L Loney||Reference book|
|Fundamentals of Physics||Halliday, Resnick & Walker||Reference book|
|Physics Problems w/solutions||Chen, Min||Reference book|
|Physics Vols I & II||Tipler||Reference book|
|Problem in Physics||V.Zubov & V.Shalnov||Reference book|
|Problems in Physics||A.A Pinsky||Reference book|
|The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. 1 and 2||R.P. Feynman||Reference book|
|University Physics||Sears and Zemansky||Reference book|
|NCERT Biology for 11th and 12th||NCERT||Text book|
|Botany||AC Dutta||Text book|
|Biology Volume – I and Volume – II||Trueman’s Elementary||Reference book|
|NCERT Chemistry for 11th and 12th||NCERT||Text book|
|Physical Chemistry||P. Bahadur||Text book|
|Organic Chemistry||Solomons||Text book|
|Inorganic Chemistry||O.P. Tandon||Text book|
|Numerical Chemistry||R.C. Mukhrjee||Problems exercise book|
|Chemistry Principles & Applications||Sienko & Plane||Reference book|
|Concise Inorganic Chemistry||J.D. Lee||Reference book|
|General Chemistry||Ebbing||Reference book|
|IIT Chemistry||O.P. Agarwal||Reference book|
|IIT Chemistry||Tata McGraw Hill||Reference book|
|Inorganic Chemistry||Arihant Prakashan||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||Morrison and Boyd||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||Francis Carey||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||Arihant Prakashan||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||O.P. Tandon||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||Paula Bruice Yurkanis||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry||Bahal & Bahal||Reference book|
|Organic Chemistry-Vol I||I. L. Finar||Reference book|
|Physical Chemistry||O.P. Tandon||Reference book|
|Physical Chemistry||P.W. Atkins||Reference book|
|University Chemistry||Bruce H. Mahan||Reference book|