How to Prepare for NEET Chemistry in just 30 Days?

by Asmita Kundu, July 17, 2020

With less than thirty days remaining for the NEET exam, the last minute preparation for the exam can be a bit challenging. Here we have talked about how you can give the last bit of effort into the preparation for the NEET Chemistry syllabus in just 30 days. Apart from Biology, Chemistry is also a high scoring subject when it comes to the medical entrance test. With the help of the right preparation, a NEET candidate can score high and grab a seat in a prestigious medical college in India. All the NEET aspirants must be aware of the Chemistry syllabus first. It contained questions from both Class 11 and Class 12 Chemistry syllabus. 

However, the chemistry paper in NEET exam contains a total of 45 questions which are worth 180 marks out of 720 marks. In order to secure good marks, a NEET aspirant should look into the various sections of Chemistry syllabus i.e. Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Physical Chemistry. In the NEET Chemistry paper, 28 percent marks weightage is given to Organic Chemistry while 36 percent of the weightage is given to Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. All the NEET aspirants can take a glance through the below information to get an idea about how to prepare for NEET Chemistry in just 30 days. 

 

Tips on Preparing NEET Chemistry in 30 days

  1. Divide Your Syllabus

Knowing the syllabus for NEET Chemistry paper is very crucial even before starting to prepare for the exam. It will give you an overview of the entire subject. So that you can understand which topics you are strong at and what your weak areas are. It will help you to plan your study calendar and prepare in a concise manner. 

  1. Know The Important Topics

Planning is quite important in order to achieve your dream score in these kinds of competitive exams. Do not make any long term goals. Instead, try to learn important topics to have a perfect head start. The Chemistry syllabus is quite vast. If you mark all the important topics which carry more weightage in the exam, it will be convenient for you to study accordingly. 

  1. Refer The Best Books

If you are confused about the best study materials for the NEET exam, always go for NCERT textbook for Class 11 and 12. As per the experts, nothing could be better than these books. The language used in these textbooks is extremely simple and easy to understand. You can cover the basics of all the chapters and then can move on to the reference books. Here are a few reference books for Chemistry that you can refer to besides NCERT books - MTG Objective NCERT at Your Finger Tips Chemistry for NEET, N Awasthi (Physical objective) or physical chemistry by O.P Tandon, VK Jaiswal (Inorganic objective), and MS Chauhan (Organic objective).

  1. Take Mock Tests Daily

When there are only 30 days left for the NEET exam, it can be assumed that your Chemistry syllabus is almost over. So, start taking mock tests on a daily basis. With the help of rigorous practice, you will be able to memorise the complex parts of the NEET Chemistry syllabus and score well in the exam.

  1. Solve Previous Years’ Question Papers

Not only mock tests, solve previous years’ NEET questions papers. It will help you to understand the question patterns and marks weightage as well. You can easily figure out how many questions belong to one particular chapter. This will help you to revise easily and optimise your time management skill also. 

 

Important topics from NEET Chemistry syllabus

NEET aspirants preparing for Chemistry must know about the important topics from the subject in order to understand where to start from. The NEET Chemistry syllabus is vast. Hence highlighting the important topics during preparation will help the aspirants to prepare in an excellent way. Take a look at the important topics given below. 

Inorganic Chemistry

  1. Coordination Compounds

  2. Chemical Bonding

  3. Hydrogen Bonding

  4. P and S block

  5. D and F block

  6. Periodic Table

  7. Qualitative Analysis

  8. Metallurgy

Organic Chemistry

  1. Organic Compounds

  2. Alkyl Halide, Alcohol and Ether

  3. General Organic Chemistry

  4. Biomolecules

  5. Aromatic Compounds

  6. Chemistry in Everyday Life

  7. Carbonyl Compounds

  8. Polymers

  9. IUPAC & Isomerism

  10. Environmental Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

  1. Chemical Equilibrium

  2. Nuclear Chemistry and Atomic Structure

  3. Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics

  4. Electrochemistry

  5. Chemical Kinetics

  6. Solution and Colligative Properties

  7. Surface Chemistry

  8. Redox Reactions

 

NEET Chemistry Syllabus

S. No

Class 11 Chemistry syllabus

Class 12 Chemistry syllabus

1

Some basic concepts of Chemistry

Solid state

2

Structure of Atom

Solutions

3

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

Electrochemistry

4

Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure

Chemical Kinetics

5

States of Matter: Gases and liquids

Surface Chemistry

6

Thermodynamics

General principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

7

Equilibrium

P Block elements

8

Redox reactions

D and F block elements

9

Hydrogen

Coordination compounds

10

s-Block elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

11

Some p-Block elements

Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers

12

Organic Chemistry – Some basic principles and techniques

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

13

Hydrocarbons

Organic compounds containing Nitrogen

14

Environmental chemistry

Biomolecules, Polymers, and Chemistry in everyday life

How to Prepare for NEET Chemistry in just 30 Days?