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NEET Chemistry Syllabus 2021

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test i.e. NEET is a medical entrance test currently organized by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for all the students aspiring to take admissions in various Undergraduate Medical courses(MBBS) and Dental courses (BDS) in government or private medical and dental colleges of the country.

 

Earlier NEET was conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) but from 2019 onwards NEET-UG has replaced AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test) and has come up with a common platform for conducting medical entrance tests for admissions in various medical and dental colleges all over the country.

NEET 2021 Important Dates:

 

Important events

Tentative dates

Release of Application forms

December 2020(first week)

Last date of filling the application form and the fee

January 2021(first week)

Opening of Application Form correction window

January 2021(second week)

Release of Admit card

March 2021(fourth week)/April 2021(Second week)

NEET 2021 Exam

May 2021(first week)

Release of final answer key(official)

May 2021(second week)

Result announcement

June 2021(first week)

Start of counselling

June 2021(second week)

 

All the competitive exams have one thing in common - A vast amount of Syllabus. That's why ClearExam is giving you only what's important so that you don't drown in the pool of syllabus! To help you boost your NEET Preparation, we have compiled the Syllabus for you with important topics, topic wise weightage and unit wise weightage so that you can prepare a foolproof preparation strategy



NEET syllabus:

Students who aspire to clear the NEET Exam and take admissions in the top medical colleges of the country need to prepare very well for this exam as it has a vast syllabus to cover. NEET syllabus is mainly the syllabus of physics chemistry and biology of class XI and XII. Candidates need to have a thorough knowledge of this syllabus before starting the preparations for the Exam.

NEET syllabus mainly comprises 3 sections namely Physics, Chemistry and Biology(which further has two parts i.e. Zoology and Botany). Section wise Syllabus is provided for the candidates to have a thorough knowledge of the topics covered under each section.

NEET Physics Syllabus:

CLASS XI:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Physical World and Measurements

2.

Kinematics

3.

Laws of Motion

4.

Work, Energy and Power

5.

Motion of System of Particles and rigid Body

6.

Gravitation

7.

Properties of Bulk Matter

8.

Thermodynamics

9.

Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Energy

10.

Oscillations and Waves

CLASS XII:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Electrostatics

2.

Current and Electricity

3.

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

4.

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

5.

Electromagnetic Waves

6.

Optics

7.

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

8.

Atoms and Nuclei

9.

Electronic Devices

 

NEET Chemistry Syllabus:

CLASS XI:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

2.

Structure of Atoms

3.

Classification of Elements and Periodicity of Properties

4.

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structures

5.

States of Matter: Gases and Liquids

6.

Thermodynamics

7.

Equilibrium

8.

Redox Reactions

9.

Hydrogen

10.

S- Block Elements(alkali and alkaline earth metals)

11.

Some p-Block elements

12.

Organic Chemistry - Some Basic principles and techniques

13.

Hydrocarbons

14.

Environmental Chemistry

CLASS XII:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Solid State

2.

Solutions

3.

Electrochemistry

4.

Chemical Kinetics

5.

Surface Chemistry

6.

General principles and processes of Isolation of Elements

7.

p-Block Elements

8.

d and f Block Elements

9.

Coordination Compounds

10.

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

11.

Alcohols, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid

12.

Amines

13.

Biomolecules

14.

Polymers

15.

Chemistry in Everyday Life

NEET Biology Syllabus:

CLASS XI:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Diversity in Living World

2.

Structural Organization in Animals and Plants

3.

Cell Structure and Function

4.

Plant Physiology

5.

Human Physiology

CLASS XII:

Sr. no

Topics

1.

Reproduction

2.

Genetics and Evolution

3.

Biology and Human Welfare

4.

Biotechnology and its Applications

5.

Ecology and environment

NEET Chemistry Syllabus 2021:

NEET Chemistry Syllabus 2021 is mainly based on the Chemistry syllabus of classes XI and XII. It is a vast syllabus covering topics of each class which is further divided into physical Chemistry, organic chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry.

In NEET Exam a total of 45 questions are asked from the Chemistry section i.e. chemistry section is of 180 marks which covers a total of 25% weightage of the total marks of the whole paper.

 

Subsections

Physical, Organic, and Inorganic Chemistry

Number of questions

45

Marks allotted for each question

+4 marks for correct answer

Negative marking

-1 marks will be deducted for  wrong answer

Total marks

180 out of 720 marks

Total weightage

25% of NEET

Chemistry syllabus for NEET are basically the topics of chemistry from classes XI and XII but the candidate needs to have in depth knowledge of the topics to clear the exam. Chemistry syllabus for NEET are further divided into physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry.

Given below is the detailed syllabus of chemistry of classes XI and XII:

Class XI detailed syllabus:

 

Unit I

Some basic concepts of chemistry

●      Some basic concepts of chemistry

●      Importance and scope of Chemistry

●      Laws of chemical combination

●      Dalton’s atomic theory

●      Atoms and molecules

●      Molar mass

●      Percentage composition

●      Empirical and formula

●      Chemical reactions

●      Stoichiometry and

●      Calculations supported stoichiometry

●      Atomic and molecular masses

●      Mole concept

 

Unit II

Structure Of Atom

●      Structure Of Atom

●      Discovery of Electron

●      Proton and Neutron

●      Atomic number

●      Isotopes and isobars

●      Thomson’s model and its limitations

●      Rutherford’s model and its limitations

●      Bohr’s model and its limitations

●      de Broglie’s relationship

●      Heisenberg indeterminacy principle

●      Concept of orbitals

●      Shapes of s, p, d orbitals

●      Rules for filling electrons in orbitals

●      Aufbau principle

●      Pauli’s Pauli exclusion principle

●      Hund’s rule

●      Electronic configuration of atoms

●      Stability of half-filled and completely filled orbitals

●      Quantum numbers

 

Unit III

Classification of Elements and Periodicity of Properties

●      Significance and development of table

●      Modern Mendeleev's law and therefore the present sort of table

●      Periodic trends in properties of elements

●      Atomic radii

●      Ionic radii

●      Inert gas radii

●      Valency

●      Nomenclature of elements with number greater than 100

●      Ionization enthalpy

●      Electrons gain enthalpy

●      Electronegativity

 

Unit IV

Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure

●      Valence electrons

●      Ionic bond

●      Covalent bond

●      Bond parameters

●      Lewis structure

●      Polar character of chemical bond

●      Covalent character of electrovalent bond

●      Molecular orbital theory

●      Hydrogen bond

●      Valence bond theory

●      Resonance

●      Geometry of covalent molecules

●      VSEPR theory

●      Concept of hybridization

●      S, p and d orbitals and shapes of some simple molecules

 

Unit V

States Of Matter

●      Three states of matter

●      Intermolecular interactions

●      Types of bonding

●      Melting and boiling points

●      Role of gas laws in elucidating the concept of the molecule

●      Boyle’s law

●      Charles law

●      Gay Lussac’s law

●      Avogadro’s law

●      Ideal behaviour

●      Empirical derivation of gas equation

●      Ideal gas equation

●      Deviation from ideal behaviour

●      Liquefaction of gases

●      Critical temperature

●      Kinetic energy and molecular speeds (elementary idea)

●      Liquid State – vapor pressure

●      Viscosity and physical phenomenon

 

Unit VI

Thermodynamics

●      Concepts of System, types of systems, surroundings, work, heat, energy,

●      Extensive properties and intensive properties

●      State functions

●      First law of thermodynamics

●      Internal energy

●      Enthalpy

●      Heat capacity

●      Specific heat

●      Introduction of entropy

●      State function

●      Gibb’s energy change for spontaneous processes and non- spontaneous processes

●      Criteria for equilibrium

●      Measurement of ∆U and ∆H

●      Hess’s law of constant heat summation

●      Enthalpy of bond dissociation

●      Combustion, formation,  and atomization

●      Sublimation, phase transition, and  ionization

●      Solution and dilution

●      Second law of Thermodynamics

●      Third law of thermodynamics (brief introduction).

 

Unit VII

Equilibrium

●      Equilibrium in physical and chemical processes

●      Dynamic nature of equilibrium

●      Law of mass action

●      Equilibrium constant, and  factors affecting equilibrium

●      Le Chatelier’s principle

●      Ionic equilibrium –

●      Ionization of acids and bases

●      Ionization of poly basic acids

●      Acid strength

●      Concept of pH

●      Hydrolysis of salts (elementary idea)

●      Buffer solution

●      Henderson Equation

●      Solubility product

●      Strong and weak electrolytes

●      Degree of ionization

●      Common ion effect (with illustrative examples).

 

Unit VIII

Redox Reactions

●      Concept of oxidation and reduction

●      Redox reactions

●      Oxidation number

●      Balancing redox reactions, in terms of loss and gain of electrons and change in oxidation number

●      Application of redox reactions

 

Unit IX

Hydrogen

●      Position of hydrogen in periodic table

●      Occurrence

●      Isotopes

●      Preparation and properties of hydrogen

●      Hydrides – ionic covalent and interstitial

●      Physical and chemical properties of water

●      Heavy water

●      Hydrogen peroxide – preparation, reactions, structure and use

●      Hydrogen as a fuel

●      Uses of hydrogen

 

Unit X

The s-Block elements

●      Group 1 and Group 2 Elements General introduction

●      Electronic configuration

●      Occurrence, anomalous properties of the first element of each group, diagonal relationship, Trends in the variation of properties (such as ionization enthalpy, atomic and ionic radii)

●      Trends in chemical reactivity with oxygen, water, hydrogen and halogens and their uses.

●      Preparation and Properties of Some Important Compounds:

●      Calcium Carbonate and their industrial uses

●      Biological importance of Magnesium and Calcium.

●      Sodium Carbonate

●      Sodium Chloride

●      Sodium Hydroxide

●      Sodium Hydrogen carbonate

●      Biological importance of Sodium and Potassium

●      Calcium Oxide

 

Unit XI

The p-Block elements

●      General Introduction of p -Block Elements

●      Group 13 Elements:

●      Boron – physical and chemical properties

●      Some important compounds:

●      Borax, Boric acid, Boron Hydrides, Aluminium: Reactions with acids and alkalis,

●      Group 14 Elements:

●      Carbon-catenation

●      Allotropic forms

●      Physical and chemical properties

●      Uses of some important compounds: Oxides

●      Important compounds of Silicon and a few uses

●      Silicon Tetrachloride, Silicones, Silicates and Zeolites, and  their uses

 

Unit XII

Organic chemistry- some basic principles and techniques

●      General introduction

●      Methods of purification

●      Qualitative analysis and Quantitative analysis

●      Classification and IUPAC, nomenclature of organic compounds

●      Electronic displacements in a covalent bond: inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance and hyperconjugation.

●      Types of organic reactions

●      Homolytic and heterolytic fission of a covalent bond: free radicals, carbocations, carbanions, electrophiles and nucleophiles

 

Unit XIII

Hydrocarbons

●      Classification of Hydrocarbons

●      Aliphatic Hydrocarbons:

●      Alkanes – Nomenclature, isomerism, conformation (ethane only), physical properties, chemical reactions including free radical mechanism of halogenation, combustion and pyrolysis.

●      Alkenes – Nomenclature, Structure of double bond (ethene), geometrical isomerism, physical properties, methods of preparation, ozonolysis, oxidation, mechanism of electrophilic addition,hemical reactions: addition of hydrogen, halogen, water, hydrogen halides (Markovnikov’s addition and peroxide effect),.

●      Introduction, IUPAC nomenclature, benzene: resonance, aromaticity, chemical properties: mechanism of electrophilic substitution. Nitration, directive influence of functional group in monosubstituted benzene. Carcinogenicity and toxicity,  sulphonation, halogenation, Friedel Crafts alkylation and acylation.

●      Alkynes – Nomenclature, structure of triple bond (ethyne), physical properties, methods of preparation, hydrogen halides and water,chemical reactions: acidic character of alkynes, addition reaction of – hydrogen, halogens.

●      Aromatic Hydrocarbons:

 

 

Unit XIV

Environmental chemistry

●      Environmental pollution – air, water and soil pollution, chemical reactions in atmosphere, smog, major atmospheric pollutants, green chemistry as an alternative tool for reducing pollution, acid rain, ozone and its reactions,greenhouse effect and global warming – pollution due to industrial wastes, effects of depletion of ozone layer, strategies for control of environmental pollution.

 

 

 

Class XII detailed syllabus:

 

Unit I

Solid State

●      General characteristics of Solid State, Amorphous and Crystalline Solid, Classification of Crystalline Solids, Crystal Lattices and Unit Cells,packing efficiency of structures,imperfections in solids, Number of Atoms in a Unit cell, closed packed structures, calculations of Unit cell dimensions, electrical properties and magnetic properties.

 

Unit II

Solutions

●      Types of solutions, concentration of solutions, their solubility, colligative properties and determination of Molar Mass, vapour pressure of Liquid solutions, ideal and non ideal solutions , Abnormal Molar Mass.

 

Unit III

Electrochemistry

●      Electrochemical cells, galvanic cells, nernst equation, conductance of electrolytic cells and electrolysis, batteries, fuel cells and corrosion

 

Unit IV

Chemical Kinetics

●      Rate of a chemical reaction, factors influencing rate of a reaction, integrated rate equations, temperature dependence of rate of a reaction, collision theory of chemical reactions

 

Unit V

Surface chemistry

●      Adsorption, catalysis, colloids, classification of colloids, emulsions, colloids around us

 

Unit VI

General principles and processes of Isolation of Elements

●      Occurrence of metals,concentration of ores, extraction of crude metal from concentrated ore, thermodynamic principles of metallurgy,oxidation and reduction, refining, and uses of copper, aluminium, zinc and iron

 electrochemical principles of metallurgy

 

Unit VII

The p-Block elements

●      Group 15 elements, dinitrogen, ammonia, oxides of nitrogen, nitric acid, phosphorus(allotropic forms), phosphine, phosphorus halides, oxoacids of phosphorus, group 16 elements, dioxygen, simple oxides, ozone, sulphur(allotropic forms), sulphur dioxide, oxoacids of sulphur, sulphuric acid, group 17 elements, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, oxoacids of halogens, interhalogen compounds, group 18 elements

 

Unit VIII

The d and f- Block elements

●      Position in the periodic table, electronic configurations of the d-Block elements, general properties of Transition elements, important compounds of Transition elements, the Lanthanides, the actinides, application of d and f block elements

 

Unit IX

Coordination compounds

●      Werner’s theory of coordination compounds, definition of coordination compounds, nomenclature of coordination compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds, bonding in metal carbonyls, importance and applications of coordination compounds

 

Unit X

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

●      Classification, nomenclature, nature of C-X, methods of preparation of Haloalkanes, preparation of haloarenes, physical properties, and chemical reactions

 

Unit XI

Alcohols phenols and ethers

●      Classification, nomenclature, structures of functional groups, alcohols and phenols, some commercially important alcohols, and ethers

 

Unit XII

Aldehyde, ketones and carboxylic acids

●      Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl group, preparation of aldehydes and ketones, physical properties, chemical reactions, uses of aldehydes and ketones, nomenclature and structure of carboxyl group, methods of preparation of carboxylic acids, physical properties, and chemical reactions,  also the uses of carboxylic acids.

 

Unit XIII

Amines

●      Structures of amines, classification, nomenclature, preparation of amines, physical properties chemical reactions, method of preparation of diazonium salts, physical properties, chemical reactions, and importance of diazonium salts in synthesis of aromatic compounds.

 

Unit XIV

Biomolecules

●      Carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, vitamins, nucleic acids, hormones

 

 

 

Unit XV

Polymers

●      Classification of polymers, types of polymerisation reactions, molecular mass of polymers, biodegradable polymers,and  polymers of commercial importance

 

Unit XVI

Chemistry in Everyday Life

●      Drugs and their classification, drug target interaction, therapeutic action of different classes of drugs, chemicals in food,and  cleansing agents

 

 

Best books for NEET Chemistry syllabus:

Although NCERTs are the best source of preparation for NEET chemistry syllabus preparation, of course they are not enough when it comes to preparation of NEET exams. Aspirants need to study from other resources as well to add to their knowledge.

There are various books for physical chemistry syllabus for NEET, inorganic chemistry syllabus for NEET and organic chemistry syllabus for NEET. Some of the books are listed below

 

Author

Book

O.P. Tandon

Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry

Seema Saini and K.S. Saini

Bull’s Eye Chemistry NEET Edition 2020

Sudhanshu Thakur

40 Days Chemistry for NEET

R.K. Gupta

Objective Chemistry for NEET Vol. 1&2

Morrison and Boyd

Organic Chemistry

NEET Chemistry syllabus - Weightage of Important Topics:

NEET Chemistry section has a total of 45 questions with a total marks of 180 marks which has a weightage of 25% of the overall paper. Moreover aspirants who are preparing for NEET need to have a thorough knowledge of the detailed chemistry syllabus.

Chemistry syllabus for NEET is divided mainly into three sections:

  1. Physical chemistry
  2. Organic chemistry
  3. Inorganic chemistry

Aspirants can look up to the weightage of each section from the table given below:

  • Inorganic Chemistry: Some of the major topics of inorganic chemistry syllabus for NEET are p,d and f Block elements, periodic table, periodicity and Hydrogen elements.

The approximate no of questions that can be asked from this section is 18 with a total weightage of 34%.

 

Topic

Approximate no of questions

Approximate weightage

Chemical Bonding

4

9%

p-block

3

7%

Coordination Compounds

3

6%

Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties

2

4%

d-block & f-block Elements

2

4%

Hydrogen

1

2%

s-block

1

3%

Metallurgy

1

2%

Qualitative Analysis

1

2%

  • Organic Chemistry: The major topics in this section are Hydrocarbons, Haloalkane, carbonyl compounds, amines etc. A total of 25 questions (approximate) can be asked from this section which carries a total of 34% weightage of this section.

     

Topic

Approximate no of questions

Approximate weightage

Aromatic Compounds

3

6%

IUPAC & Isomerism

2

4%

Chemistry in Everyday Life

2

3%

Amines

2

3%

Carbonyl Compounds

2

4%

Biomolecules

2

4%

Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether

2

4%

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

2

3%

Hydrocarbons

2

4%

General Organic Chemistry

2

5%

Haloalkane

1

2%

polymer

1

2%

Environmental chemistry & Practical Organic Chemistry

2

2%

  • Physical chemistry: Some of the important topics of physical chemistry syllabus for NEET are equilibrium, Chemical kinetics, solutions, thermodynamics, thermochemistry, redox reactions etc. Approximate total no of questions asked from this section is 16 with a total weightage of 32%.

 

Topic

Approximate no of questions

Approximate weightage

Ionic Equilibrium

2

4%

Mole Concept

2

5%

Chemical Kinetics

2

4%

Solution & Colligative Properties

2

4%

Surface Chemistry

1

2%

Solid State

1

3%

Electrochemistry

1

3%

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

1

3%

Gaseous State

1

3%

Redox Reactions

1

2%

Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry

1

3%

Chemical Equilibrium

1

3%

Some tips for preparation of NEET Chemistry syllabus :

Though the candidate has to prepare all the three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and biology with the same dedication by giving equal amounts of time to each section and covering each and every topic before the exam but for some students Chemistry syllabus for NEET might appear difficult to prepare and they might need to give some extra effort and time to prepare this section which further comprises of three subsections namely physical chemistry , organic chemistry and the inorganic chemistry.

Physical chemistry syllabus for NEET , inorganic chemistry syllabus for NEET and organic chemistry syllabus for NEET all have been provided above for the reference of the candidates along with approximate no of questions asked from each section and the amount of weightage each section has.

Here are some tips for preparing chemistry syllabus for NEET:

  • Prepare notes and do revision:

Making notes while you study is the best way to keep track of all the topics that you have covered and it will also help you in time of your revision. Preparing notes for the organic and the inorganic section of the syllabus will help you to revise them later as there are many naming reactions and some common reactions which are difficult to memorise in one go.

 

Also revision plays a big role in preparation as it will help you prepare your syllabus thoroughly.

 

  • Mock tests and sample papers:

Solving previous year question papers are the best ways to map your preparations. It will give you the idea of the areas of the syllabus in which you have to work more and also help in improving your time management skills.

Mock tests will help you practice a lot of questions which will help you learn and memorise the difficult topics easily especially the organic and inorganic chemistry.

 

  • Manage your time:

Preparing a time table and following it religiously are two different things. Aspirants who will be giving the NEET exams and are preparing for it have to follow a certain time table by dividing their time equally for each subject.

It is very important to manage your time and give time to each section so that you can prepare the whole syllabus well.

 

  • Divide and prepare:

 

Aspirants can divide the chemistry syllabus for NEET based on the difficulty level or on the weightage of each subsection.

 

They can give more time to some topics like general organic chemistry, alcohols ,aldehyde, phenols, hydrocarbons, s, p, d and f Block elements because around 20 -25 questions can be asked from these topics alone.

Then some medium important topics are chemistry in everyday life, polymers, Solid States, Environmental Chemistry from which around 10-15 questions are asked.

Around 1 to 5 questions are asked from thermodynamics, equilibrium(chemical and physical), electrochemistry, solution, chemical kinetics. Candidates can spare some less time on these topics as only a few questions are asked from these topics.

 

FAQs:

 

  1. Is there any sectional qualification criteria for passing NEET?
  2. No there is no sectional qualification criteria for passing the NEET Exam. Candidate has to pass the overall exam which has 180 questions and 720 marks.

 

  1. Which section has greater weightage in NEET Chemistry syllabus?
  2. Chemistry syllabus for NEET has 3 subsections i.e. physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. Organic and inorganic chemistry have a total approximate weightage of 34% respectively while the physical chemistry section has an approximate weightage of 32%.

 

  1. What are some of the less important topics in chemistry syllabus for NEET?
  2. There are no less important topics but yes there are some topics from which only few questions are asked like thermodynamics, equilibrium, solution, chemical kinetics etc. Aspirants can plan their time table according to priorities and the weightage of the topics.
  3. Are there any changes in the chemistry syllabus for NEET?
  4. No there are no such changes notified by NTA in NEET chemistry syllabus so far.

 

NEET Exam Pattern:

 

NEET conducting body

NTA(National Testing agency)

NEET 2021 Exam Date

May 2021

Number Of Questions

180 Questions

Total Marks

720 Marks

No. of questions in each section

Physics-45, Chemistry-45, Biology-90

Marking Scheme

+4 for correct attempt, -1 for wrong attempt

Type of Question

Multiple Choice Questions

Exam Mode

Offline

Duration

3 Hours

NEET Exam is an All India level Medical Exam for medical aspirants to take admissions in various Medical and Dental colleges of the country. NEET Exam is conducted by National Testing Agency(NTA) from 2019 and is conducted in offline phase. It is a 3 hour test of a total of 720 marks consisting of 180 Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs) where a +4 marks is awarded for correct answer and a negative marking of -1 is awarded for every wrong answer whereas 0 marks are given for any unattempted question.

It mainly consists of 3 sections namely-

  • Physics (45 questions)
  • Chemistry (45 questions)
  • Biology(Zoology- 45 questions and Botany - 45 questions)

 

Subjects

No of Questions

Maximum Marks

Physics

45

180

Chemistry

45

180

Biology(Zoology & Botany)

90(45 + 45)

360(180+180)

Total

180 Questions

720 Marks

NEET Marking Scheme:

Particulars

Marks

Correct answer

+4

Incorrect answer

-1

No answer/Multiple answer

0

  • +4 marks is awarded for every correct attempt.
  • -1 marks is awarded for every wrong attempt.
  • No marks are awarded if no answer is selected or if multiple answers are selected for a particular question.
  • It is not mandatory to attempt all the questions.
  • Once an answer is marked, it can not be changed.

Some Important Instructions for Candidate:

  1. Electronic devices of any kind are not allowed in the Examination Halls.
  2. Candidates should strictly follow the dress code.
  3. Candidates must reach the examination center timely on the day of examination. Therefore it is advised to visit the examination center a day before to check the location , distance and the time it will take the candidate to reach the examination center.
  4. No candidate is allowed late entry whatsoever be the reason, therefore it is very necessary to reach the center on time.
  5. Materials that are not to be misplaced and must be brought on the examination day are: Valid admit card and Passport size photograph.
  6. Blue/Black ballpoint pen shall be provided at the examination center to the candidates to fill the particulars of the answer sheet and test booklet.
  7. Candidates shall not be allowed to use the toilet in the last 30 minutes of the paper.
  8. Candidates must not misplace their admit cards till the allotment of seats.

 

NEET Study Tips:

 

NEET is the national medical examination conducted by CBSE for admission to various medical colleges in the country. But don’t let this anxiety and pressure to crack NEET take control over you and distract you from achieving your goal.

So here we bring to you some ultimate tips to ace your NEET preparations.

 

  1. Avoid Distractions:

There are a lot of distractions surrounding us nowadays. Television, mobile phones, social media, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and all of them are so tempting that anyone can easily be distracted.

But every time you encounter any of this distraction around yourself, remind yourself of your goal.

Remind yourself why you started this, and strive continuously to achieve your goal with utmost willpower and dedication.

Since you know NEET preparations are a hard row to hoe!

 

  1. Make an effective study plan:

Since NEET coaching Institutions will do their job at best to guide you, but you must make an effective study plan for your self-study, if you want to crack NEET.

Since Planning is the key to success, you must plan your study schedules to complete the syllabus with every concept clear in your head before examinations.

But of course, you have to design workable and at the same time practical schedules. Set some weekly schedules, plan for the chapters and subjects to complete within that week, and assign your time to them accordingly. Try to focus more on chapters that have greater weightage in marks and study them from time to time. Stay focused and you will be able to complete your course on time.

 

  1. Extra effort on weaker areas:

Everyone has one or the other weak points, but smarter are the ones who work harder on their weak areas and make it their strongest point.

Give weekly tests and try to find out areas in which you are weak. Study the chapters again which are difficult to understand at once. Work harder on your weak points.

Don’t panic if you are making progress at a slower pace, it is your determination what matters so keep that up and study again.

 

  1. Revise from time to time:

There are a lot of concepts and a vast syllabus when you are preparing for NEET. Revision plays a big role in memorizing what you have learned so far and also it makes the concept clearer.

 

So keep revising whatever you study weekly and try to write it down in your own words. Never start any new topic a few days before the exam.

 

 

  1. Solve previous year question paper:

Solving previous year question papers is the best way to map your preparations. It will give you the idea of the areas in which you have to work more and also help in improving your time management skills.

It also helps to get familiarised with the exam pattern and also the type of questions mostly asked in the examinations.

 

  1. Make the best use of technology:

There are many online sites which provide mock tests and many online resources for NEET preparations.

Whenever you have time, try to make the best out of the opportunities offered to you by these e-resources and mock tests to learn more and assess yourself.

 

  1. Make your notes:

Making notes while you study is the best way to keep track of all the topics that you have covered and it will also help you in time of your revision.

Always try to write down new information that you read on any online platform in your notes.

Organize your notes and keep them updated while you cover the syllabus.

 

  1. Take small breaks:

One cannot go on and on studying without taking breaks. It is not good for physical as well as mental health as it will continue to deteriorate if you don't take breaks.

Therefore, take small breaks between your schedules, listen to songs, or take a small nap, but never extend it for long.

Taking small breaks will keep your mind relaxed and will help you for better focus.

 

  1. Stay Healthy:

 

A Nutritious diet and food supplements are very necessary for NEET preparations as your body also needs some fuel to work with you and help you ace the NEET exam. Maintaining proper health is very necessary for one to study well and to increase our productivity.

Take proper sleep. Do some exercise or meditation to calm your mind and to start afresh each day.

 

  1. Positive attitude makes difference:

 

“A positive attitude always leads us to a positive outcome”.

 It is our attitude which makes the biggest difference to the kind of life we will lead. NEET preparation is all about having patience and a positive attitude along with the completion of the syllabus. If you are patient enough to overcome your failures and your weak points throughout this journey of your NEET preparations it will make a huge difference in the kind of result you will receive.

 

So these were some of the tips that will help you ace the NEET examination. We believe that you will make the best use of time given to you with hard work and dedication and take admission into your dream college.

Stay healthy and focused and you are good to go.

All the Best.

 





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