NEET is conducted by CBSE in the month of May every year. It is a common medical entrance exam on an all India level. Every medical aspirant wishes to qualify this exam and get admission in their desired college and course. The NEET 2017 exam is over and many students have started preparing for the NEET 2018 exam.
It is important that before pondering to begin preparation one should see the syllabus first. The MCI (Medical council of India) is revising the syllabus for NEET exam. It is doing so with the aim to bring about a parity in the level of toughness of the exam for different sections of students all across India.
So far the MCI is yet to release the revised syllabus for NEET 2018 Exam, but those students who have started to prepare for the exams can refer to the syllabus of NEET 2017 exam. The NEET 2018 syllabus will be based on the class 11th and 12th syllabus as given below –
Topics in Class XI
- Plant Physiology,
- Human physiology,
- Cell Structure and Function
- Diversity in Living World
- Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
Topics in Class XII
- Ecology and Environment.
- Biology and Human Welfare
- Biotechnology and Its Applications
- Genetics and Evolution
Topics in Class XI
- Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
- Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
- States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
- Redox Reactions
- S-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
- Some p-Block Elements
- Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
- Structure of Atom
- Organic Chemistry-Some Basic Principles and Techniques
- Environmental Chemistry
Topics in Class XII
- General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
- p-Block Elements
- d and f Block Elements
- Solid State
- Chemical Kinetics
- Surface Chemistry
- Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
- Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
- Coordination Compounds
- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
- Chemistry in Everyday Life
Topic in Class XI
- Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
- Energy and Power
- Physical world and measurement
- Laws of Motion
- Properties of Bulk Matter
- Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
- Oscillations and Waves.
Topics in Class XII
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
- Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Current Electricity
- Atoms and Nuclei
- Electronic Devices.
NEET is the only medical entrance exam for admission in the undergraduate courses of MBBS and BDS in any government or private medical colleges of India. This is one of the toughest medical entrance exam on an all India level. The exam is taken by around 10 lakhs candidates every year. Around 11 lakhs candidates appeared for the NEET 2017 exam. As per the directions of the apex court the exam has been conducted in 10 languages to ensure parity across among different linguistic sections of the country.
A candidate who is aspiring for the NEET 2018 Exam shouldstart their preparation now. It is good time to begin one’s preparation as with ample time in hand one can clear his doubts and build his concepts in a strong way. Remember until the goal is not reached one should not rest and squander time.
Sometime it happens that a student has prepared well but fail to perform well in the exam. It is not enough to only prepare well for the exam rather performing well in the exam is the real thing to do. Usually student fail to see the difference between the two. Here below we are giving some tips to sharpen one’s edge of their preparation so that a good performance can be exhibited during the exam.Below are given some performance tips for the exam.
How To Prepare For NEET 2018 Exam | Success Tips For Preparation
Keep Syllabus and Question paper both – It usually happens that a student undertake to prepare first over a topic and then see the questions over the topic and solve it. It is not a good strategy, rather a student should first of all read the questions over any topic to understand the level of its depth. This will guide students about the level of depth of their preparation.
Identify cluster of topics– Students must see through the different topics of the syllabus to find the underlying similarity among those topics. This will help students to prepare upon numbers of topics simultaneously. This will in turn shorten the preparation time and enable a student to spend more time in revision and practicing sample papers.
Devise different strategies for different subjects – It should be kept in mind of students that similar strategy of study for different subjects will not give desired output. A student should adopt differing strategies for each subject. For example when preparing for Biology and Zoology a student should collect as much information as possible over any topic because questions in these areas of syllabus are informative in nature. Similarly while preparing for Physics student must stress upon clearing his concepts because questions in physics are extremely conceptual.
Answer within time limit – In order to perform well in the exam, a student should practice sample papers to answer questions within a stipulated time. There are usually 180 questions asked in the exam for which 180 minutes are allocated. Thus on an average a student should not spent more than one minute over any question in the exam.
Get selective – One should try to answer first those areas of question for which a student has prepared well and is confident also. This will enhance his score.
Don’t juggle with tough questions – A student should avoid juggling with any typical question and consequently wasting time over it.Some questions are very tough in nature or are very intricate to solve. Such questions are put by CBSE to test student’s time management skill and a student should not fall into the trap. If they are able to solve it in the first go then its fine otherwise they should move to the next question.