How to prepare for NEET in last 6 months

How to prepare for NEET in last 6 months

“Winter is coming” but now winter has finally arrived and as the exam days are nearing, anxiety level is increasing. Now preparation is entering into final phase and mind is clouding with fear of unknown. New questions are arising in mind, so in this article I will try to tackle some of these questions –

What should be my strategy for last six months? Should I solve the questions or read the theory?

Regarding strategy every individual has a different way of study, so you should decide your own strategy. But there are certain things you should follow.

  1. Read NCERT at least 4-5 times thoroughly. Remember most of the paper will be from NCERT itself, so if you must complete NCERT 4-5 times and also take note of examples, terms, diagrams and labelling.

Don’t stop if you have done so because, you will find new things in NCERT even if you are reading it carefully 7th/8th/9th time. So read NCERT daily.

  1. Solve papers of AIPMT/NEET (2007-17), AIIMS (2007-17), AIEEE/JEE mains (2011-17 phy and chem) at least twice.
  2. Give attention to each subject equally.
  3. Prepare a notebook in which only write those things, formulas, terms, examples, facts which you are forgetting regularly. Keep revising this notebook. Read this notebook on the day before exam and on the day of exam. It will help you much as it contains all those things which you do not remember.
  4. Stay positive!!! Keep away the negative factors like mobile (Facebook, WhatsApp etc.), TV, internet, movies, party and gossiping friends.
  5. Some friends always talk like how will we get selected, it’s too tough and other negative things. Stay away from these.

Some students ask me about my favoured strategy… so here it is!!!

According to me your syllabus should be completed or nearing completion. If it is not, then try to finish it as soon as possible.

Now here is the strategy to solve papers… you should start solving past year papers regardless of your syllabus condition. Don’t wait for syllabus to be completed. Believe me it’s never gonna happen, as some part of your syllabus will be left here and there.

Now there is a method of solving past papers.

First starts with recent papers (2016-17). Starts with one paper a week. It’s easy and practical to do.

Let’s assume… you solved paper on Sunday. It will take 3-4 hours to solve and 1 hr to check and analyse. Don’t worry about time, take as much time you needed as it’s the first paper and our focus is more on solving more questions for now. Try to attempt as many questions you can. Try to take some calculated risk too. Now check the paper and see how many questions are right/wrong/left.

Suppose you solved only 10 questions of physics and 15 of chemistry and 40 of biology.

Now divide your remaining 6 days of week accordingly. Like

Monday – 20 Qs of physics (around 60% of wrong+left); solve these questions by going through the theory not by seeing the solution. First read the theory of these question and try to solve by yourself. If you can’t then only take help of solution, teacher or friend. Now suppose 10 qs you solved yourself and 10 with the help.

Tuesday – remaining 15 Qs of physics and 10 Qs of Monday which you didn’t solve yourselves. Again same procedure.

Wednesday, Thursday – same schedule for chemistry.

Friday, Saturday – same for biology.

2nd week – start 2nd paper and you will be able to solve more questions than last week.

Gradually you will be able to solve more and more questions. And then you can solve more papers per week.

It will take 2-3 hrs daily. In remaining time, you can read according to your way.

Look, paper solving is must and it should start now as I have mentioned 33 papers and you will solve them atleast twice so total 66 papers. Now around 170 days are remaining in exams and so u have around 2-3 days for each paper only.

How many questions will be from NCERT and what about those which are not from NCERT?

As syllabus for whole paper is syllabus of CBSE, so paper will be based on NCERT. Paper of biology and organic, inorganic chemistry will be mostly directly from NCERT.

But again, why should you believe me? What about your friends who are saying “NCERT to sabhi padte h, selection lana h to kuch alag padho”.

Well, I will say don’t believe on anyone. Solve past papers and find out yourself. You must be done with NCERT so you will be able to find the questions from NCERT.

Now in above mentioned strategy of solving papers, you will find some questions which are not from NCERT. Take note of these and read the theory about these from books or internet. It will help to cover the subject better.

What will be cutoff?

            To have an idea of previous year cutoff is very impotent. NEETcutoff is generally around 75%.

Now to get 75%, you must solve 85-90% questions (150-160 Qs). So you have to take risk in exam.

I prefer studying in night, should I prefer early morning study instead?

Although morning study is better, but I will suggest that you should study at your suitable time, when your efficacy is best.

So, in the end I will suggest you to study in a smartly planned way.

“work hard, work smart”. REVISION is the key. All that you have read is a waste if you don’t revise it. so, make sure you keep revising everything you have read.

All the best for your exams.

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Congratulations all for your performance in NEET-2016..

Now when ranks are out you must be wondering whether you will get your desired college or not.

For this check last year allotment list for 15% all india quota. It will give you a rough idea of your chances of getting a particular college.

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Well! It’s not the time to panic – A complete guide regarding NEET 2016

Well! It’s not the time to panic

A complete guide regarding NEET 2016

Honorable Supreme court of India in its judgement has made NEET (national eligibility entrance test) compulsory for admission in all medical, dental colleges in India.

Although this move may seem sudden but it’s not a time to panic because pattern of exam will be same and it’s a common decision for everyone and no one had an idea of it.

What are the important changes

NEET phase – I on 1st May (for those who filled the form for AIPMT)

NEET phase – II  on 24th July (for those who applied only for state entrances not for Aipmt)

Details regarding NEET phase –II will be out after 1 week. (on or After 7th May)

All other exams for admission in private medical colleges and for state quota in Govt colleges are scrapped.

Syllabus – not officially announced but it should be same as Aipmt.

Exam pattern – not announced officially but again should be same as AIPMT [Total 180 Qs = 45(P)+45(C)+90(B); +4, -1 marking scheme]

Result date – 17th august

Counselling and admission – All procedures regarding counselling and admission should finish by 1st Sept.

What should Students Do?

  • Students who are appearing in 1st may Exam shouldn’t distract. Just revise whatever you have learned and NCERT. Also focus on Diagrams of NCERT. Don’t think about this ruckus, just give your best.
  • Student who didn’t Apply for AIPMT – you also shouldn’t worry and should start reading NCERT from today itself. Try to solve previous papers of AIPMT and AIIMS (2007-2015). You need not to worry about syllabus and all because your board syllabus is quite similar to CBSE syllabus and you won’t face much problem reading NCERT. Don’t go for many books.

Students should also read our previous articles on how to prepare for AIPMT (= NEET) in last month.

we will keep you updated on further developments. So, be in touch and also like our Fb page

please post all your queries and doubts in comments section and contacts us on given number.

All the best for exam!!! Believe in yourself…


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Judgement day : What to do and How to approach the paper..(a complete guide by successful students)

Compose yourself. It’s the day you have worked for.

if you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you won’t perform as a winner”

Anxiety on the exam day is inevitable, but you must not let the anxiety to cloud your mind. Promise yourself that you will stay calm and give your best because you know once you give your best nothing can stop you from getting what you deserve.

You have read well, practiced hard, did all that was needed. Now its show time so here are some tips that will help you in performing better.

  1. Make sure you had a good sleep- a good 6-7 hrs. sleep will relax your mind and increase your efficiency. Don’t stay up till late in night.


  1. Eat light- don’t skip the breakfast and try to keep it light as many people feel nauseated before exams due to anxiety and apprehension.


  1. Gather your essentials- ensure you have checked all essentials like your admit card, Id proof and whatever else you require foe exams before leaving for the exam to avoid any hassle.


  1. Reach your Centre well in time- avoid any rush or hurry and reach your exam centre well on time. Find yourself a quiet place and avoid the gangs voicing their fears and discussing questions.


  1. Don’t carry loads of books to exam centre- you don’t want to stress out your mind few hours before exam. So relax, you have read everything before. Don’t start flipping pages of all the books. Either sit relaxed or you may just go through one liners, diagrams and high yield points you have prepared for exams. (follow whichever suits you). Don’t read long paragraphs, it will stress you out. Close all the books atleast 15 minutes before entering the exam hall.


  1. Don’t panic seeing the paper- find your seat in the exam hall and make yourself comfortable. 15mins before the exam you will handed the OMR. Very carefully fill in all details like name, roll number. 5 minutes before the exam you will be handed the question paper. When asked open it and don’t panic seeing the paper even if you don’t know the first few questions you saw. Its ok you will figure it out.


  1. Attempt your paper in rounds- In the first round attempt the questions you are absolutely sure about, no guess work. Don’t waste time on questions you are facing difficulty with in first round. Don’t attempt physics first as it may consume lot of time which will panic you. It is best to attempt biology first which comprises 50% of the paper and can be completed in less than 45 minutes. It will make you feel good and confident once you complete 50% of the paper and lot of time remaining. Leave the questions that require lengthy calculations or are confusing for second round. once you are done with first round you would have completed most of the ques.

In the second round deal with remaining questions. Think over them, rule out options that can’t be answer, calculate the numericals carefully and chose your answer.


  1. Be calculative- before sitting for any exam, you must have an idea about previous years’ cutoff. For an outstanding rank you must be calculative of the risk you must take.
  • Play safe only if you think you attempted fairly above the last years’ cutoff in the first round itself.
  • If you think you attempted just around cutoff in first round then you must make some smart guesses and choose your answers intelligently. Never make blind guesses.
  • If you think you attempted below cutoff score then you must take some risk because it’s do or die.Try ruling out the options to find the most probable answer. You must attempt fair enough questions to get a good rank because no one has 100% accuracy. So attempt sufficiently according to marking scheme and difficulty level of paper.


  1. Mind the time- divide your time for each subject in the paper and be aware of the time left with you because you don’t want any silly mistakes and errors in filling OMR that usually happens out of desperation to finish the exam on time. fill in the OMR simultaneously and not at last as will cause errors. Also ensure that no questions go unread, so, manage your time accordingly.


  1. Take your time don’t let blunders happen-read ques very carefully and don’t rush to giving answers. Take your time, think well and then mark the answers carefully. Pay attention on words like- not, except, all of these in the questions and options.


It’s time to shine. All the very best for the exams.

by –

Biologyaipmt team


Last Month Tips To Give Your Preparations a Cutting Edge- By Dr. Aparna Tripathi (AIPG 2016 AIR-16)

Yes, its APRIL! Time to put in your best effort and harvest the success.

With the calendar page turned to April and just a month remaining for the AIPMT, I believe it would have surely got the heart rates soaring. The anxiety levels would be high, but remember cracking AIPMT is a game of nerves. One must learn to be calm and focused in this crucial last month of preparation to book your seat in your dream college.

Entrance exams apart from evaluating the knowledge of aspirants also tests their analytical skills and logical thinking capability. Hence, one must study smart and most importantly be aware of what to do and what not to.

Here’s a smart plan to Fast-track your revision plan in the last month and to achieve maximum efficiency.

  1. Categorize your course: firstly, divide whatever you have read till now in 2 categories:
    1. I know it well
    2. I always forget this

For the first category since you know these topics well you just need to revise them once very quickly without wasting time on these topics.

For the second category since you always tend to forget these topics or you find it difficult, these topics must keep passing before your eyes everyday. So mark these topics in your book and make sure to revise them repeatedly.

  1. Divide your day: divide your day into 2 parts. One for revising your 3 subjects- biology, physics and chemistry, the other part for solving previous exam papers. Make a habit of solving one paper everyday in 3 hrs. duration just like you are supposed to do on the exam day.
  1. No study is complete without self-evaluation: keep a check on your performance by giving regular tests and evaluating your performance. After giving every test make sure to analyze the areas you need to improve and in which questions you go wrong. Read those topics well, clear your doubts and don’t repeat those mistakes.
  1. Revise the diagrams in NCERT extremely well: diagrams in NCERT biology textbooks are asked in exam as it is in AIPMT. Make sure you go through these well enough.
  1. Eat healthy, sleep well, think better: It is most important to stay healthy so have good and nutritious food. take a good sleep of atleast 6hrs daily. Take small breaks of 10 minutes to relax your mind and eyes after every 3 hrs. of studying.  Stay away from negative people and negative thoughts. Refrain from social media till your exams.
  1. Believe in your abilities and hard work: your hard work will pay dividends. Don’t let anything demoralize you. Believe that you will do it as you have worked for it. trust your strengths and have faith.

Your dream seat in prestigious medical colleges in the country awaits you. All the very best to all the aspirants.