NEET Preparation Time Table 2019
Manashjyoti, 05 Apr 2019, #NEET
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NEET Preparation Time Table 2019 - An effective way to prepare for an exam like NEET is to have a study timetable and stick to it. One benefit of having a NEET preparation time table in place is it will ensure each topic gets the attention it needs, while leaving enough room for revision, mock tests and solving sample papers. A key element of a timetable is it is made taking into account the time span left for an exam, in this case NEET 2019 exam, and the state of your readiness. So if you are well ahead in your preparation, the NEET preparation time table at this stage will focus more on revision and taking of mock tests, and less on trying to decipher underlying concepts. 

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Also, there is no one-size-fits-all NEET preparation time table that is applicable to all NEET 2019 aspirants. The reason being, like cited above, the readiness of one candidate may differ from another. Then one NEET aspirant may have very different study habits than another. Nevertheless, there are some pointers that the candidate can take from the NEET 2019 preparation timetable included here, and incorporate it in their preparation.

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NEET 2019 is slated to be conducted on May 5. The exam is being conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) in pen and paper mode for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical colleges in India. 

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NEET Preparation Time Table 2019 Key Points

  • Once a study schedule is made, try to follow it rigorously. Also, don’t skip study as it may send your NEET preparation time table haywire.

  • Total study time could be between 8 and 10 hours. But the onus of deciding whether one can manage long study hours without exhausting oneself lies with the candidate. Remember, you can be more productive even by studying fewer hours when you are fresh, rather than dragging yourself through the hours, when you might better rest.

  • Since there is only a month or so left for the exam, your study time table should focus more on revision and solving of NEET sample papers and previous years’ question papers. 

  • When doing revision, refer your notes rather than going through text books. This will help you save time. If you get stuck, only then you may consult text books.

  • The NEET preparation time table must also have enough space for mock tests. By taking mock tests, you will get an exam like ambiance, for example the clock ticking away and similar type of problems. You can fine tune your preparation by taking mock tests. 

During all the commotion, don’t forget to take good care of yourself. Because, if you are in a good place mentally, your brain will work at optimum level.

Week-wise NEET Preparation Time Table 2019

Week

Subjects

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Week 1

Physical world and measurement


Kinematics


Laws of Motion


Work, Energy and Power


Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body


Gravitation


Properties of Bulk Matter



Some Basic Concepts  of Chemistry


Structure of Atom


Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties


Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure


States of Matter: Gases and Liquids


Thermodynamics


Equilibrium


Redox Reactions


Diversity in Living World 


Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants


Cell Structure and Function


Plant Physiology



Week 2

Thermodynamics


Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory


Oscillations and Waves


Electrostatics


Current Electricity


Hydrogen


s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)


Some p-Block Elements


Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques


Hydrocarbons

Human physiology


Reproduction


Genetics and Evolution


Week 3

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 


Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 


Electromagnetic Waves


Optics


Environmental Chemistry


Solid State


Solutions


Electrochemistry


Chemical Kinetics


Surface Chemistry


General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements


Biology and Human Welfare


Biotechnology and Its Applications


Week 4

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation


Atoms and Nuclei


Electronic Devices



p- Block Elements


d and f Block Elements


Coordination Compounds

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes


Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers


Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids


Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen


Biomolecules


Polymers


Chemistry in Everyday Life



Ecology and environment


After you complete a chapter or topic, take up questions or problems related to that topic or chapter. This way you can test how much you have been able to retain, and also your problem solving skills. Also, intersperse the last few weeks with mock tests. Most toppers claim that mock tests are prerequisites to doing well in NEET. 

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IS THERE GK AND ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN NEW NEET PATTERN OF 2020?

Payal 19th Oct, 2019

Hii aspirants

let me clear your doubt.

No there is no question from gk and English grammar section in neet 2020.

There will be 120 Multipe choice questions in exam which will belong to physics, chemistry and biology only.

I hope my answer will help you out

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how can I prepare for neet from now to score more than 600+ marks . can u help me to make a proper timetable

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
It's all in our head to be very honest if you will study for Neet now also then also you can get really very good marks and you can qualify Neet with flying colours. It's just that whatsoever you want to study and you are preparing you should prepare it with full concentration that will help you to score good marks. When you make a plan of a day and you choose some topic that you go going to study today of the day you are studying so make a habit of solving around 50 MCQs of a single topic so that it broaden up your mind about the questions that can be asked in the exam. And after this it's better if you solve previous year questions as is it gives you an idea what sort of questions are important and what kind of question can come in exam that really helps. I hope this was helpful to you.
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how many marks need to sit in the exam of neet

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
As you want to know the minimum eligibility criteria of marks in class 12 boards to give neet . Dear student as you have not mentioned your category so I would be telling you about the general and reserved category criteria kindly look for yours.
For general category student minimum marks required to give Neet is 50% marks as an aggregate in physics chemistry and biology while this changes for the reserved category students. which is for SC/ ST they need to get at least of 40% marks in physics chemistry and biology as an aggregate I hope the information is helpful to you.
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before neet form is there any other forms for being a repeater?

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
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I have 4 year gap between 10th and 12th(nios) will my neet form will be accepted or not

Aditya kumar Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello there!
Greetings!
No , there will be no problem , you are eligible for neet even if you have 4 year gaps between your 10th and 12th as to be eligible for Neet the condition is that a general category student needs to have passed class 12th with 50 % in pcb aggregate,  while it's 40% for obc , sc, st.  So , if you fulfil this with criteria then you are eligible for neet,  also there's no upper age limit for neet so you don't need to worry about that as well.
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