NEET 2021 is scheduled to be held on August 1, 2021. Most of the candidates must have started their preparation for the exam. Based on the experience of test takers a good strategy for preparation is helpful in craking the exam. Therefore we have prepared NEET 30 Days Preparation for all the aspiring candidates. Check NEET 2021 Important Dates
- Candidates are advised to divide their preparation into segments of 30 days so that they can judge the level of their performance.
- Also, this way candidates can cover all the topics. This time before the exam is most significant in terms of NEET Preparation, so use this time as much as you can.
Revising the concepts properly with the right trick is key to success. It is wise to make NEET revision timetable and pursue it diligently. By doing this you will forget anything on the main day. To make it easier for you we have laid out a detailed timetable, however, you can customize it according to your convenience and your own comfort.
NEET 2021 Revision Time Table for 30 Days
We have designed the timetable on a weekly basis and further on a daily basis, bearing in mind the stress level that the aspirants would be facing right now during this time of the pandemic.
Week 1 - Go through a combination of highly important and less important topics
|1||Diversity in Living World Biological , Classification The Living World Plant Kingdom||Physical World and Measurements, Physical World Measurements and Errors, Units and Dimensions||Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Atomic and Molecular weights|
|2||Structural Organisation in Plants, Morphology of Angiosperms||Kinematics, Product of Vector,s Vector Addition, Relative Velocity, Oblique Projection, Horizontal Projection Horizontal, Motion ,Motion Under Gravity Graphs||Atomic Structure Introduction, Fundamental Particles, De-Broglie Wave Theory, Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom Spectra, Hydrogen Spectrum, Bohr’s Model|
|3||Cell Structure and Function Cell Biology||Laws of Motion, Connected Bodies, Horizontal Plane, Inclined Plane Laws of Motion, Block on Block ,Horizontal Circular Motion||Periodic Classification, Periodic Classification of Elements, Electron Affinity, Valency Oxidation Sationship, Periodicitytate and Diagonal Rel|
|4||Plant Physiology, Water Relations, Photosynthesis||Work, Power and Energy, Vertical Circular Motion, Work, Power and Energy Collisions||Chemical Bonding, Chemical Bonding, Bond Characteristics, Vsepr Theory, Coordinate Covalent Bond, Hydrogen Bond|
|5||Plant Physiology, Respiration, Plant Growth and Development||Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body, Moment of Inertia, Centre of Mass||States of Matter, Inter Molecular Interactions, Properties Of Gases, Gas Laws, Ideal Gas Equation, Kinetic Molecular Model of Gas, Real Gases, The Liquid State Graham’s Law of Diffusion|
|6||Plant Physiolog, Mineral Nutrition & Nitrogen Metabolism||Gravitation Basic Forces and Kepler's Laws Orbital & Escape Velocities Variation of "g"||Thermo Dynamics, Thermodynamics Hess’s Law|
|7. At the end of each week you can just solve sample question papers and mock tests. It is better to sit and give the exam exactly at the time you will do on the final day. It is also important to keep in mind the time limit and attempt these papers in the same manner. This will help you with better time management and will also enhance your writing skills. After you complete the exam, sit down an analyze your weaknesses and revise the topics where you have performed poorly.|
Week 2 - Read new chapters and revise previously studied chapters
|8||Reproduction in Plants Sexual, Reproduction in Flowering Plants, Reproduction in Plants||Properties of Bulk Matter Elasticity, Surface Tension - Surface Energy, Capillarity – Excess Pressure Thermometry Expansion of Solids, Expansion of Liquids Fluid Mechanics, Viscosity Expansion of Gases, Transfer of Heat||Chemical Equilibrium, Chemical Equilibrium, Lechtlier'S Principle & Problems on Kc & Kp Acids and Bases Buffer Solutions||Diversity in Living World, Structural Organisation in Plants, Physical World and Measurements, Kinematics, Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Atomic Structure|
|9||Diversity in Living World Animal ,Diversity Animal Phyla||Electrostatics Coulombs Law and Electric, Field Electric Potential Electrical Capacity Gauss Law - Applications||Redox Reactions, Redox Reactions, Hydrocarbons, Hydrocarbons||Cell Structure and Function Plant Physiology, Laws of Motion Work, Power and Energy Chemical Bonding|
|10||Structural Organization in Animals, Animal Organization Morphology||Current Electricity, Ohms Law, Circuits Kirchhoffs Laws and Bridges Potentiometer Cells||Hydrogen and Its Compounds, Organic Chemistry||Periodic Classification, Plant Physiology, Plant Physiology, Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body|
|11||Human Physiology, Human Physiology Digestion and Absorption, Body Fluids and Circulation, Excretory System||Thermodynamics, Thermodynamic Processes - Laws Thermodynamics ,Heat Engines, Calorimetry and Joules Law||S-Block Elements Alkaline Earth Metals Alkali Metals P-Block Elements P-Block Elements. Environmental Chemistry||Gravitation, States of Matter, Thermo Dynamics, Reproduction in Plants|
|12||Human Physiology, Locomotion and Movement, Introduction Neural System, Neuron Structure Breathing and Exchange of Gases||Kinetic Theory of Gases||Solid State Density, Bragg’s Equation, Crystal Defects and Properties of Solids, Solid State, Introduction Solutions Vapour Pressure and Colligative, Properties Solutions-Introduction, Methods of Expressing Concentration||Properties of Bulk Matter, Chemical Equilibrium Diversity in Living World, Electrostatics|
|13||Human Physiology, Central Nervous System, The Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomous Nervous System, Chemical Coordination||Oscillations and Waves, Simple Harmonic Motion – Equations Simple Harmonic Motion - Springs Simple Harmonic Motion - Simple Pendulum Wave Motions||Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Kinetics Order, Molecularity, Determination of Order of Reaction. Surface Chemistry Surface Chemistry, Genaral Principles and Process of Isolations of Elements, Genaral Principles of Metallurgy||Redox Reactions, Hydrocarbons Hydrogen and Its Compounds, Organic Chemistry, Human Physiology|
|14. At the end of each week you can just solve sample question papers and mock tests. It is better to sit and give the exam exactly at the time you will do on the final day. It is also important to keep in mind the time limit and attempt these papers in the same manner. This will help you with better time management and will also enhance your writing skills. After you complete the exam, sit down and analyze your weaknesses and revise the topics where you have performed poorly.|
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Week 3 - More focus on revision
|15||Reproduction Human Reproduction Human Reproductive Health||Magnetic, Effects of Currents and Magnetism, Magnetic Effects of Currents, Electro-Magnetic, Waves, Electro Magnetic Waves||Electro Chemistry Introduction, Conductors, Conductivity, Electrolysis Nernst Equation, Batteries Corrosion, Passivity Faraday Laws, Electrochemical Cells, Electrode Potentials, EMF of Cell, Electro Chemical Series||Thermodynamics, S-Block Elements, P-Block Elements, Environmental Chemistry, Human Physiology, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Solid State|
|16||Genetics and Evolution Genetics Evolution||4 Alternating Currents, Electromagnetic, Induction, Alternating Currents||P-Block Elements, V A Group Elements, VI A Group Elements, VII A Group Elements, D & F-Block Elements, D & F Block Elements||Oscillations and Waves, Chemical Kinetics Reproduction Magnetic, Effects of Currents and Magnetism, Electro Chemistry|
|17||Biology and Human Welfare ,Human Health and Diseases Animal Husbandry and Apiculture||Optics Reflection, Optical Instruments and Dispersion, Interference Diffraction and Polarisation, Refraction Lenses & Prism||Coordinate Compounds, Halo Alkanes and Haloarenes.||Electro-Magnetic Waves, Genetics and Evolution, Alternating Currents, P-Block Elements|
|18||Biotechnology Biotechnology||Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation, Photoelectric, Effect Matter Waves||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen.||D & F-Block Elements, Biology and Human Welfare Optics, Coordinate Compounds, HaloAlkanes and Haloarenes.|
|19||Ecology and Environment Biodiversity Environmental Issues||Atoms and Nuclei, Radioactivity Atoms and Models, Nuclear Fission and Fusion||Biomolecules, Polymers.||Biotechnology, Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation.|
|20||Electronic Devices Diodes Logic Gates Transistors||Chemistry in Everyday Life, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen.|
|21. At the end of the third week, you will focus on more of the areas that is your weak point. Focus further on strengthening your weaker areas.|
Week 4 – Final revision
|DAY||THINGS TO DO|
|22||Biology Diversity in Living World Structural Organisation in Plants Cell Structure and Function Plant Physiology Reproduction in Plants. Diversity in Living World Structural Organization in Animals|
|23||Physics Physical World and Measurements Kinematics Laws of Motion Work, Power and Energy Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body Gravitation Properties of Bulk Matter Electrostatics Electronic Devices|
|24||Chemistry Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Atomic Structure Periodic Classification Chemical Bonding States of Matter Thermo Dynamics Chemical Equilibrium|
|25||Biology Human Physiology Reproduction Genetics and Evolution Biology and Human Welfare Biotechnology Ecology and Environment|
|26||Physics Current Electricity Thermodynamic Kinetic Theory of Gases Oscillations and Waves Magnetic Effects of Currents Alternating Currents Optics Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation Atoms and Nuclei|
|27||Chemistry Redox Reactions Hydrocarbons Hydrogen and Its Compounds, Organic Chemistry S-Block Elements P-Block Elements Environmental Chemistry Solid State Chemical Kinetics Surface Chemistry Genaral Principles and Process of Isolations of Elements|
|28||Chemistry Electro Chemistry P-Block Elements D & F-Block Elements Coordinate Compounds, Halo Alkanes and Haloarenes. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Biomolecules, Polymers. Chemistry in Everyday Life, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers.|
To-do list for the Last Two Days
|DAY||THINGS TO DO|
|29||For the last two days go through all the notes that you have written. Revise everything properly. Go back to the section that you are in weak in and try to cover the topics and grasp them as best as you can.|
|30||Revise all of the learned formulas. Try to do it with the shortcut and a trick so that you remember it well.|
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NEET 2021 Revision - Hourly Time Table for 30 days
|6:00 AM – 6:30 AM||Freshen up and do a little bit of workout||30 minutes|
|6:30 AM – 8:30 AM||NEET 2021 Revision||2.5 hours|
|8:30 AM – 9:30 AM||Breakfast/Newspaper||30 minutes|
|10:00 AM – 2:00 PM||NEET 2021 Revision||3 hours|
|2:00 PM – 3:30 PM||Lunch and power nap||1.5 hours|
|3:30 PM – 6:00 PM||NEET 2021 Revision||2.5 hours|
|6:00 PM – 6:45 PM||Take a break||45 minutes|
|6:45 PM – 8:45 PM||NEET 2021 Revision||2 hours|
|8:45 PM – 9:30 PM||Dinner and social media usage||45 minutes|
|9:30 PM – 10:30 AM||NEET 2021 Revision||2.5 hours|
|10:30 PM||Go to sleep and wake up fresh||-|
NEET Syllabus Completion and Revision
It so happens that some students are still left with some section of the syllabus and aspire to complete in the last one month left for the main NEET 2021 examination. In just a case the students have two choices: either cover the remaining syllabus or revise the already covered syllabus. In such competitive exams like NEET 2021, you will score better if you have revised the covered syllabus instead of learning something new at the last moment.
NEET Exam Day Tips 2021
- One should devise a technique for filling the OMR Sheet that is effective and speedy. This is due to the fact that any mistake in the OMR sheet would directly reflect in your marks.
- Many of the details presented in the question are irrelevant to the solution. In cases like this, candidates should circle and underline all of the parts of the question that are relevant to problem solving in order to avoid silly mistakes. Aspirants should pay extra attention to qualifiers such as all, some etc.
- Prefixes such as uni, bi, mono and dio are good indicators of quantitative and qualitative characteristics of a question.
- While solving the questions, it is imperative that you create diagrams such as charts, tables or maps to understand and inculcate data conceptually.
- Candidates must have a clear idea of what questions they can or can not attempt. Aiming to solve the entire paper will only lead to disruption of clarity. The sequence of attempting the question paper must be chosen as per one’s own convenience.
It is important to practice questions from the past year's papers. Since you are left with a few days in hand for NEET 2021, you could solve the sample papers as much as possible. It will help you enhance your skills better.