NEET 2020 Preparation Tips
Radhika, 28 Nov 2019, #NEET

NEET 2020 Preparation Tips - Aiming for a career to save millions of lives irrefutably takes a candidate who is diligent, hardworking and passionate about the medical profession. Candidates striving to practice medicine in the country essentially sit for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). By qualifying NEET, candidates open up the chances of getting admission in the medical and dental colleges of India. It is imperative for the aspirants to put their best step forward when appearing for NEET 2020. To help the candidates in the preparations, Careers360 brings to you NEET preparation tips 2020. Candidates can know how to prepare for NEET 2020 in the best possible way so as to increase their chances of qualifying the exam. The article will acquaint the candidates with quintessential prep tips to crack NEET 2020. The NEET 2020 preparation tips will guide the aspirants to strategize the study schedule, manage time, clear doubts and everything that is necessary to qualify the entrance examination. NEET will be conducted May 3, 2020 in the offline mode in various exam cities located across the country.
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NEET preparation tips 2020 - Study schedule

Making a smart and pragmatic study schedule is the first step towards building a comprehensive strategy to crack NEET 2020. Candidates should build a work schedule in which they should concentrate on finishing the syllabus in the set target time. It is necessary to stick to the schedule to avoid piling of tasks for later. Realistic targets should be set according to the capacity of a candidate. Aiming for superficial targets will only lead to disappointment and consequently, it will affect your performance. “Well, this is quite obvious that a study schedule has to be there for the preparation of any competitive exam. In particular, if we talk about NEET then there are four subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. It is required to prepare a tentative study plan to cover all the subjects effectively” says Shailendra Maheshwari, Director of Career Point, Kota.

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NEET preparation tips 2020 - know the syllabus

The syllabus forms the base of the study schedule which a candidate needs to be well versed with. The entire preparation would be of no use if the candidates are not aware of the sections, chapters, and concepts that are in the NEET syllabus. Knowledge of each detail of the syllabus will be crucial for formulating a strategy in NEET preparation tips 2020. Dividing the time to be spent on each section can be done only when a candidate knows the syllabus thoroughly.


NEET 2020 Preparation tips - Best Books

One of the greatest tips to crack NEET 2020 can be referring to the best possible books that can help you crack the NEET. Even though it goes without saying that NCERT books are the most important ones which have to prepared thoroughly, other relevant resources can also help you through the entire syllabus. Aspirants should keep some points in mind while selecting the best books for NEET. The material should be helpful in clearing the basic concepts and topics and it should also help you to devise a strategy to solve questions quickly. Best books for NEET are the ones which are recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI). Candidates can check the list of books here.

Physics

  • Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma

  • Objective Physics by DC Pandey

  • Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

  • Fundamental Physics by Pradeep

  • Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

  • Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon

Chemistry

  • ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern

  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee

  • Dinesh Chemistry Guide

  • Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)

Biology

  • Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman

  • Objective Biology by Dinesh

  • Objective Botany by Ansari

  • Pradeep Guide on Biology

  • GRB Bathla publications for Biology


NEET 2020 Preparation tips - Previous year exam analysis

Leading coaching institutes will be releasing the analysis of the examination done by the academics experts. Nevertheless, the previous year analysis of NEET exam will help the candidates in preparation for NEET 2020.

  • Previous year toppers and the experts suggest that that the paper last year was of moderate difficulty level.

  • Among all three subjects, Biology was easiest to attempt and Physics was relatively tough. The difficulty level of Chemistry was identified as a moderate level.

  • In the section of Physics, theoretical questions were easier to attempt and numerical questions were more difficult.

  • In last year’s biology section of NEET question paper, candidates who appeared for the examination suggested that the Zoology section was easier than Botany.

  • Mechanics and Electrostatics were the two prominent topics in the physics section.

  • While in Chemistry, students found question paper was dominated by reactions. A large number of reaction based questions were asked in the section of Chemistry and Biology contained questions from both Botany and Zoology.

  • Due to a moderate level of difficulty of the NEET question paper, there was a significant drop of cut off. The cutoff scores for general category is 701-134 in the year 2019, it was 691-119 in the year 2018, it was 697-131 in 2017.


NEET 2020 Preparation Tips - Chapter-wise weightage

There is always a dilemma of focussing on numerous topic rather than wasting time on less important topics. The chapter wise weightage is evaluated on the basis of the analysis of previous year question papers which will help in the preparation of the exam. The chapter wise weightage of NEET also allows the candidates to identify the importance of a topic and the number of marks it is likely to fetch.


Physics

Class 11

Class 12

Topics/ Units

Weight-age in percentage

Topics/ Units/ Concepts

Weight-age in percentage

Physical world and measurement

2%

Electrostatics

9%

Kinematics

3%

Current Electricity

8%

Laws of Motion

3%

Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism

5%

Work, Energy and Power

4%

Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current

8%

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

5%

Electromagnetic Waves

5%

Gravitation

2%

Optics

10%

Properties of Bulk Matter

3%

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

6%

Thermodynamics

9%

Atoms & Nuclei

3%

Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory

3%

Electronic Devices

9%

Oscillation & Waves

3%



Chemistry

Class 11

Class 12

Unit

Topic/ Chapters

Weightage in Percentage

Unit

Topic / Chapters

Weightage*

I

Basic Concepts of Chemistry

1%

I

Solid State

2%

II

Structure of Atom

2%

II

Solutions

5%

III

Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties

2%

III

Electrochemistry

2%

IV

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

5%

IV

Chemical Kinetics

3%

V

States of Matter: Gases and Liquids

2%

V

Surface Chemistry

2%

VI

Thermodynamics

8%

VI

Isolation of Elements

2%

VII

Equilibrium

6%

VII

p-Block Elements

5%

VIII

Redox Reactions

3%

VIII

d- and f-Block Elements

4%

IX

Hydrogen

3%

IX

Coordination Compounds

9%

X

s-Block Elements

2%

X

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

3%

XI

Some p-Block Elements

2%

XI

Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

4%

XII

Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques

4%

XII

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

4%

XIII

Hydrocarbons

3%

XIII

Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen

2%

XIV

Environmental Chemistry

2%

XIV

Biomolecules

3%


XV

Polymers

3%


XVI

Chemistry in Everyday Life

2%


Biology

Class 11

Class 12

Unit

Topic / Chapters

Weightage*

Unit

Topic / Chapters

Weightage*


Diversity of Living Organisms

14%


Diversity of Living Organisms

14%

Chapter-1: The Living World

Chapter-1: The Living World

Chapter-2: Biological Classification

Chapter-2: Biological Classification

Chapter-3: Plant Kingdom

Chapter-3: Plant Kingdom

Chapter-4: Animal Kingdom

Chapter-4: Animal Kingdom

II

Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals

5%

II

Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals

5%

Chapter-5: Morphology of Flowering Plants

Chapter-5: Morphology of Flowering Plants

Chapter-6: Anatomy of Flowering Plants

Chapter-6: Anatomy of Flowering Plants

Chapter-7: Structural Organisation in Animals

Chapter-7: Structural Organisation in Animals

III

Cell: Structure and Function

9%

III

Cell: Structure and Function

9%

Chapter-8: Cell-The Unit of Life

Chapter-8: Cell-The Unit of Life

Chapter-9: Biomolecules

Chapter-9: Biomolecules

Chapter-10: Cell Cycle and Cell Division

Chapter-10: Cell Cycle and Cell Division

IV

Plant Physiology

6%

IV

Plant Physiology

6%

Chapter-11: Transport in Plants

Chapter-11: Transport in Plants

Chapter-12: Mineral Nutrition

Chapter-12: Mineral Nutrition

Chapter-13: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

Chapter-13: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

Chapter-14: Respiration in Plants

Chapter-14: Respiration in Plants

Chapter-15: Plant - Growth and Development

Chapter-15: Plant - Growth and Development

V

Human Physiology

20%

V

Human Physiology

20%

Chapter-16: Digestion and Absorption

Chapter-16: Digestion and Absorption

Chapter-17: Breathing and Exchange of Gases

Chapter-17: Breathing and Exchange of Gases

Chapter-18: Body Fluids and Circulation

Chapter-18: Body Fluids and Circulation

Chapter-19: Excretory Products and Their Elimination

Chapter-19: Excretory Products and Their Elimination

Chapter-20: Locomotion and Movement

Chapter-20: Locomotion and Movement

Chapter-21: Neural Control and Coordination

Chapter-21: Neural Control and Coordination

Chapter-22: Chemical Coordination and Integration

Chapter-22: Chemical Coordination and Integration


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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2020 Preparation Tips

Question: What should be the daily routine to crack NEET 2020 with good rank?

Answer:

In order to succeed, NEET 2020 aspirants must have a solid strategy which will guide you through the preparation journey. A daily routine for different people can be different, the key is to find what works best for you. Studying early in the day often helps. Regular intervals in the study schedule help in the long run. Candidates must study and practice for NEET 2020 with unwavering focus.

Question: What are the best books for NEET 2020?

Answer:

A majority of questions asked in NEET are from the NCERT textbooks. To fetch maximum marks, NCERT books of Class 11 and 12 must be thoroughly read. Candidates can also refer to Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma for Physics, Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman for Biology and Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon for Chemistry. Practising test papers will also help in understanding concepts. 

Question: How do I crack NEET 2020 by self-study?

Answer:

Self-study requires a lot of self-motivation as well. The preparation for NEET 2020 can be a tedious task thus making a pragmatic time-table to study through can be very helpful. Keeping a close tab on the mistakes done and improvements can prove to be beneficial. Making notes after concluding a chapter will allow to you revise the important topics and retain it for longer.

Question: Is NEET a tough exam?

Answer:

NEET is relatively a moderately easy exam, however, the number of applicants with respect to the number of seats available is very high making it tough to get admission. To get an MBBS seat it is very important to secure a good rank in NEET 2020. 

Question: Is NCERT enough for Biology section?

Answer:

NCERT is without a doubt the best source to learn Biology. The text of NCERT diagrams & their labelling, table’s & their data should be learnt & memorised in thoroughly. Students should essentially go through exemplars provided by CBSE/NCERT for question practice.

Question: How many hours should I study for NEET?

Answer:

Experts and toppers suggest that every day at least 5-6 hours of sincere study can be fruitful in achieving a good score in NEET 2020. 

Question: Will NEET be conducted twice a year starting in 2020?

Answer:

National Testing Agency has released an official notification declaring the important dates of NEET 2020. As per the notice, NEET UG will be conducted once a year on May 3, 2020, in offline mode.

Question: Will NEET be a computer-based test from 2020?

Answer:

As per the latest notification, NEET 2020 will be conducted in pen and paper-based (offline) mode.

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how to apply NEET what is tha process

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 7th Dec, 2019

Ram, You can check the complete application process at our page, https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-application-form. Neverthless, for the benefit of you and lakhs of aspirants, we shall detail the registration process.

ELIGIBILITY:

Indian Nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and Foreign Nationals

No upper age limit as of now. The Candidate should be at least 17 years by December 31st of 2020

You should have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as your Core Subjects.

50% Aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST Candidates.

NIOS and Private Candidates are also eligible


IMPORTANT DATES:

Registration Dates: 2nd to 31st December, 2019
Downloading of Admit Cards: 2nd March, 2020
Date of Examination: 3rd May, 2020
Date of Announcing Result: 4th June, 2020

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Use the link: https://ntaneet.nic.in/Ntaneet/Registration/NewReg.aspx

There are 5 stages in the Application process:
Registration
Filling the Application form
Review and Final Submission
Upload Photograph and Signature
Pay the fees
Take a print out of the Confirmation mail


Details that you need on hand:

A valid Mobile number, A valid Email id, class 10th and 12th details, correct spelling of your Father and Mother's name, Aadhar no# last 4 digits, Class 12 roll no# as issued by the Board, Scanned images, Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking Details.

Registration:

All the communication from NTA will be online and through email so it is important to give an email id and mobile number that are in regular use. You will have to fill in the details like Candidates name, Mothers name, Fathers name, Date of Birth, Gender, Nationality, State of Eligibility, Category, PWD, Identification Type, Identification Number, Mobile Number, Email Id, OTP.

Filling the Application Form:

You need to fill in details like Personal Details, Place of Birth, Choice of Medium of Question Paper
Choice of Examination Centre - four exam cities have to be chosen, 10th Academic Details, 11th, 12th Academic Details, Permanent Address, Correspondence Address
Details of Parents and Guardian, Dress Code Assent
Security Pin

Review and Final Submission: There will be a correction window open but not all the details can be edited. So it is important to review the information before submitting it.

Uploading of Photograph: Instructions

Must be latest passport picture in a white background with the Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph. The Size must be 50 Kb to 300 Kb and format should be JPG.

The focus has to be on the face with 80% coverage and ears clearly visible.

Uploading of Post Card size photograph: Instructions:

Must be latest post card size picture in a white background with the Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph. The Size must be 10 Kb to 100 Kb and format should be JPG

Uploading of Signature: Instructions

Candidates must sign with a black pen on a white background in JPG format with a file size of 4 Kb to 30 Kb

Uploading of Left hand thumb impression: Instructions:

The file size should be 10kb-50kb in JPG/JPEG format.

Class 10th Passing certificate: Instructions:

File size of 100kb to 400 kb in JPG/JPEG format.

Payment:
It is Rs. 1500 for General Category. EWS and NCL OBC have to pay Rs.1400 and Rs. 800 for SC/ST/PWD/TransGender and the Payments can be made through Debit/Credit Cards or Net banking OR offline through SBI Echallan to be paid in cash in the nearest SBI branch.

Print out:
Take a print out of the Confirmation page for all future references


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i have taken pcmb as my subjects in my college and have been preparing for jee but i am also thinking to give NEET exam.What shall i do

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 7th Dec, 2019

You have time to think about it until December 30th, 2019. Because if you want to appear for NEET, the last date to fill in the applications is December 31st, 2019. There will be huge traffic to the site on the last day so you can think about it until the 20th atleast. But on a brighter side, NEET covers most of the courses for Biology students. NEET scores are accepted for MBBS,BDS,Ayush, Veterinary courses, BPT, BOT, Nursing, IISER, etc. So this will cover most of the courses if you appear for NEET. You may as well give it a shot. With JEE preparation, all you need to study in additional is Biology and you may as well start it after completing JEE Mains exam. If you plan on appearing for NEET, you can check the complete application process at our page, https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-application-form. Neverthless, for the benefit of you and lakhs of aspirants, we shall detail the registration process.

ELIGIBILITY:

Indian Nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and Foreign Nationals

No upper age limit as of now. The Candidate should be at least 17 years by December 31st of 2020

You should have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as your Core Subjects.

50% Aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST Candidates.

NIOS and Private Candidates are also eligible


IMPORTANT DATES:

Registration Dates: 2nd to 31st December, 2019
Downloading of Admit Cards: 2nd March, 2020
Date of Examination: 3rd May, 2020
Date of Announcing Result: 4th June, 2020

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Use the link: https://ntaneet.nic.in/Ntaneet/Registration/NewReg.aspx

There are 5 stages in the Application process:
Registration
Filling the Application form
Review and Final Submission
Upload Photograph and Signature
Pay the fees
Take a print out of the Confirmation mail


Details that you need on hand:

A valid Mobile number, A valid Email id, class 10th and 12th details, correct spelling of your Father and Mother's name, Aadhar no# last 4 digits, Class 12 roll no# as issued by the Board, Scanned images, Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking Details.

Registration:

All the communication from NTA will be online and through email so it is important to give an email id and mobile number that are in regular use. You will have to fill in the details like Candidates name, Mothers name, Fathers name, Date of Birth, Gender, Nationality, State of Eligibility, Category, PWD, Identification Type, Identification Number, Mobile Number, Email Id, OTP.

Filling the Application Form:

You need to fill in details like Personal Details, Place of Birth, Choice of Medium of Question Paper
Choice of Examination Centre - four exam cities have to be chosen, 10th Academic Details, 11th, 12th Academic Details, Permanent Address, Correspondence Address
Details of Parents and Guardian, Dress Code Assent
Security Pin

Review and Final Submission: There will be a correction window open but not all the details can be edited. So it is important to review the information before submitting it.

Uploading of Photograph: Instructions

Must be latest passport picture in a white background with the Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph. The Size must be 50 Kb to 300 Kb and format should be JPG.

The focus has to be on the face with 80% coverage and ears clearly visible.

Uploading of Post Card size photograph: Instructions:

Must be latest post card size picture in a white background with the Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph. The Size must be 10 Kb to 100 Kb and format should be JPG

Uploading of Signature: Instructions

Candidates must sign with a black pen on a white background in JPG format with a file size of 4 Kb to 30 Kb

Uploading of Left hand thumb impression: Instructions:

The file size should be 10kb-50kb in JPG/JPEG format.

Class 10th Passing certificate: Instructions:

File size of 100kb to 400 kb in JPG/JPEG format.

Payment:
It is Rs. 1500 for General Category. EWS and NCL OBC have to pay Rs.1400 and Rs. 800 for SC/ST/PWD/TransGender and the Payments can be made through Debit/Credit Cards or Net banking OR offline through SBI Echallan to be paid in cash in the nearest SBI branch.

Print out:
Take a print out of the Confirmation page for all future references


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I accidentally marked the incorrect option in aiq option in neet 2020 application so how to resolve this issue

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 7th Dec, 2019

NTA will open its correction window online from 15th January to 31st January and during this period, you can login to the official website and make the necessary changes. But do remember that this is a one time correction facility and so you need to make a note of all those corrections that you want to do in your application form and then make the necessary changes and submit. Once you click on the "Final Submit" button" you cannot utilise the correction window again.

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minimum neet score requires to get in this collage?

Saurabh 7th Dec, 2019

Hi,

The Christian Medical College or CMC, Vellore in the state of Tamil Nadu is one of the leading medical colleges in India. The institute aims to provide a wide range of UG, PG and super specialty courses in medicine, surgery and allied health science fields.

For NEET 2018 cut off for CMC Vellore is -

General - 595

SC - 389

ST - 271

so , it is depend on your category. but try for 550+ to secure confirm seat.

Hope this will help.


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If I upload class X certificate downloaded from my digilocker for NEET 2020 will it be valid?

Saurabh 7th Dec, 2019

Yes , they are valid while seeking admission at college, for all necessary documents required at the time of admission checkout the university site.

DigiLocker provides an account in cloud to every Indian citizen to access authentic documents/certificates such as academic mark list in digital format from the original issuers of these certificates.

Hope this will help.

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