The NEET is a 3 hour long battle of concepts, formulae and techniques. You need to have a clear time management strategy to make the most of these 3 hours. In this blog, we first discuss the overall strategy and then subject-wise plans for the big day !
3 Hours and 3 Subjects ! – It points out that you should allocate 1 hour to each subject. Now Chemistry and Biology are always going to be the shortest of all 3 subjects to solve. This is because there will be many theory-based questions in Chemistry and Biology. Thus you should allocate only 30-40 minutes for Chemistry and 40-50 Minutes for Biology. Whatever time you save in Chemistry and Biology will act as a bonus for Physics.
Physics has always been the toughest according to students all these years. So, you will have to allocate 1 Hour 20 minutes for Physics section. While studying at home, practice Physics section within 1 hour. Doing this will give you an edge in the main exam.
Chemistry will have many theory based questions and a few numericals. Thus, you should complete Chemistry in 40 minutes or if possible 30 minutes. In order to be able to solve theory questions, – time is not a problem, the theory is. Thus you should be thoroughly prepared with the theory of chemistry. Be thorough with NCERT Chemistry.
Biology will have many theory based questions. Thus, you should complete Biology in 50 minutes or if possible 40 minutes. In order to be able to solve theory questions, – again time is not a problem, the theory is. Thus you should be thoroughly prepared with the theory of chemistry. Be thorough with NCERT Biology.