NEET, the medical entrance exam for granting admission to medical undergraduate courses across India, requires a high level of preparation. Thus revision is the key to this preparation. About 17 lakhs candidates have been registered for appearing in NEET-UG 2021 for allotting admission to approximately 1,63,150 BDS/ MBBS/ BVSc/ AYUSH&AH seats.
The NEET exam is not only the most coveted but the most competitive exams too of the nation. The race of seizing a medical seat is increasing year by year but with appropriate NEET preparation strategies, it will appear to be an easy task.
As you already know, the NEET syllabus is vast and the best trick is to study the syllabus based on the units from subjects that bear maximum marks.
Here are quick tips about how to revise NEET syllabus:
1. NEET Physics Revision
For revision, do not repeatedly go through the study material and activity books as this will only create confusion and unnecessary pressure. Revise from a formula notebook, created by you. Having the important points and formulas of each chapter handy is the best way to revise Physics. If you do not have your own notes, then just go through the highlighted points and formulas in your notes. Then for one last time, solve those questions which you weren’t able to solve in one go earlier. While solving problems always mark them according to their difficulty level & number of trials you made to solve them. This is done so that next time you solve only those problems which you weren’t able to do previously.
2. NEET Chemistry Revision
Chemistry (particularly class 11) is full of formulas and equations. Thus early morning makes the best time to learn the formulas and try solving the questions. The best time to revise 11th syllabus for NEET is early morning because we typically tend to retain the most important and maximum information that time due to calmness in mind.
Just go through important topics/points and formulas. Create some flashcards on your own for organic and inorganic reactions. Do not practice from multiple sources and avoid skipping past year papers. For problem-solving questions, follow the same tips as in Physics.
3. NEET Biology Revision
Just go through highlighted points and important topics from your notes/NCERT/coaching modules. First, take a look at the whole chapter in just 5 minutes. Then go deeper in theories, concepts and diagrams. Examples for the animal kingdom, animal tissue, plant kingdoms, plant anatomy, and plant morphology, to be read from NCERT.
You can Practice pedigree analysis to have quick inferences and revise the different genetic combinations for dihybrid crosses. In genetics, the process of central dogma must be revised rigorously. Exercise from NCERT based questions as much as you can. Try to explain the concepts, tables and diagrams to yourself; you’ll recall the topic much better.
To get admission to the top medical colleges based on the NEET exam, you need to revise strategically. You should not forget that the NEET exam is mainly based on speed and accuracy and to develop high speed and accuracy one has to prepare systematically to excel in NEET examination. If you are looking out for the best strategy about how to revise NEET syllabus, follow these tried & tested methods to crack NEET-UG in one go.
1. Set the Target Method
The primary target of the aspirant should be to score 500+ marks in minimum possible time. Next is to optimize the score to the level of 580 to 620 which depends upon the determination while preparing for the exam.
2. Heading Recall Method
The heading recall strategy is mainly for Biology. Following this method properly can lead you to score 300 to 320 in Biology. The best time to revise Class 11th and Class 12th syllabus for NEET with headings will be night. Note that without strengthening Biology, you will not be able to score 500+ in the exam.
Many students reserve strategies for Physics and skip Biology. Ultimately they do not even score well in Physics as solely studying NCERT Physics is not sufficient to score high.
However, in Biology, it is practically possible by way of heading recall method. This method will act as a medium to enhance your memory and the whole syllabus will appear like a reel when you write your paper. Tip to follow the method:-
Open any chapter of your NCERT book, for e.g. chapter no. 2
Take a blank paper and note down the first heading of the chapter (chapter 2, heading 2.1).
Read the content properly under every heading. Follow this procedure for the whole chapter.
Note that you do not have to learn the chapters instead understand what’s under the heading.
3. Short Note Preparing Method
The NEET 2021-2022 aspirants can use a short note preparing method. The method will enable you to cover the complete syllabus in the minimum number of pages and would turn highly useful for last moment recollection and long-lasting retention.
4. Split the Revision Session
Focus plays a major role in preparing for competitive exams like NEET 2021. Based on the level of concentration, candidates should split their revision session into small chains and take some short breaks between them. According to an American Physiologist, taking a break between the NEET revision hour not only makes candidates mentally relaxed but braces up the concentration and willpower of aspirants for revision.
5. Consider the NCERT Concept of NEET
While preparing for NEET 2021, the revision from the NCERT book is quite of an essence. Candidates should remember the NEET 2021 question papers will be based on the NCERT concept.
Following the stated strategies, we are sure that you will be able to hit NEET 2021 at a remarkable level.