How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Every year, thousands of students appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) to pursue their dream of becoming a doctor. However, with the number of students every year, only those who have prepared well for the examination can qualify the exam. Therefore, candidates starting their preparations for NEET from Class 9th is the first step in the field of real science, as it is the perfect time to choose a career. Starting NEET preparation from Class 9th will help aspirants in enhancing their fundamentals (basic concepts of subjects). Preparing for NEET from Class 9th will assist aspirants to be better oriented with the future courses which they need to study. The basic concepts studied during Class 9 NEET preparations will lessen the additional pressure with board examinations in Class 12. Students preparing for NEET from Class 9th have more years to work on their preparation strategy. Candidates willing to become a doctor can read the article on how to prepare for NEET from Class 9th for better strategies, tips, recommended books, relevant topics, and other details.LATEST: The correction window of NEET available from January 15 to 31, 2020.
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Candidates must note that National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting NEET 2020 in offline mode on May 3, in a single session. NTA has announced the dates of NEET 2020 on August 1 for registration, admit card, exam and result. The pen and paper-based exam will be held for admission to around 75,893 MBBS and 26,693 BDS seats offered by medical as well as dental government, private and deemed universities/colleges. Despite NTA being the conducting authority of NEET, there are no changes in the syllabus of NEET and NEET exam pattern 2020.
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How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Know the syllabus
For better NEET preparation from Class 9, candidates must clear the basic concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology), which will help them in Class 11 and 12. And, NEET syllabus will be based on the topics covered in Class 11 and 12. Knowing the complete syllabus while preparing for NEET from Class 9 will assist aspirants in strengthening their basic fundamentals until they are in Class 12. Candidates can check complete NEET syllabus 2020 from the link provided here.
How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Make an extensive study plan
After the complete knowledge of syllabus, candidates preparing for NEET from Class 9 must prepare a comprehensive study timetable. NEET is the most competitive entrance examination to crack. It requires a lot of focus, discipline and deep analysis of theory and practical work. And thus, making an effective study plan will help candidates in NEET preparation from Class 9, which will help during their board preparations as well.
How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Refer the best books
During the NEET preparation from Class 9th, it is really important for the students to refer their NCERT books, which contains all the basic formulas and theories. And since the questions in NEET entrance examination is based on NCERT syllabus of Class 11 and 12. Of course, aspirants must try to understand and prefer the Science NCERT books of Class 9. NCERT books will clear the basic concepts for each section. Even the AIIMS MBBS topper AIR 6 Abdur Rehman, who also secured the AIR 218 in NEET 2018 said that “NEET is mainly an overview of NCERT books and a very little comes out of it.”
Once the NCERT syllabus is done, and students are confident of their preparations, they can refer to the best books for NEET 2020 for each section. These books are considered one of the best study materials to crack NEET with 600+ marks. To make the basic more clear and for the preparation of NEET from Class 9th, candidates can also recommend some of the following books for Science subjects.
Best books for Physics
Physics Class 9th
S. Chand Publications: Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Singh
Physics Question Bank
Super simplified science Physics Class 9th
Physics Class 9
Srijan Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Best books for Chemistry
Super simplified science Chemistry Class 9
Physics question bank
Best books for Biology
Biology question bank
Biology Class 9th
Super simplified science Biology Class 9th
Biology Class 9
How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Important topics
During the preparation of NEET from Class 9, candidates must try focusing on the most relevant and important topics. Higher priorities must be given to the topics which carry more weightage in NEET examination. Strengthening the most important topics from the beginning in Class 9 will help NEET aspirants to be more confident about the preparations and free from chaos at the end moment. Such NEET 2020 important topics from each subject are listed below for candidates.
Important topics from Physics
The motion of system of particles and rigid body
Work, energy and power
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating current
Important topics from Chemistry
Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Organic Chemistry: Basic principles and techniques
d- and f- block elements
Important topics from Biology
Diversity of living organisms
Cell: structure and functions
Genetics and evolution
Biology and human welfare
Ecology and environment
How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Practice MCQs regularly
Class 9th students preparing for NEET must learn to solve Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) within the stipulated period of time. NEET question paper 2020 will contain 180 MCQs from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, for which only 3 hours will be allotted. Therefore, during NEET preparations from Class 9th, it becomes crucial for aspirants to start solving the at least 40-50 MCQs from each subject on the daily basis. Solving the MCQs regularly while preparations of NEET from Class 9 will enhance the time management and accuracy level of candidates. It will assist aspirants from Class 9 in identifying their strong and weak topics, also they will have more time in hand to work on the weaker sections.
How to prepare for NEET from Class 9th – Solve mock test and question papers
As mentioned above, aspirants must try to solve as many as multiple choice questions to prepare for NEET from Class 9. For better preparations, one of the most beneficial study materials is mock test and NEET question papers with solutions. By solving the mock test and question paper on a regular basis, candidates can get an estimated idea of the NEET exam, types of questions, how much time should be taken to answer a question, structure of the exam and other details. Solving the question papers will also help Class 9 future medical students to improve their time management skills.
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