Now that we’re left with 4 Months in hand – Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr it’s time to create a schedule for preparing NEET in the next 4 months and follow it religiously. We at Merit Store have created a simple timetable for the next 4 months. You can exclude the month of boards and follow this schedule for 3 months if you are not a dropper.
Monthly Timetable for next 4 Months
Put in at least 2 hours a day for each subject as mentioned below. If you can put in 3 hours (most recommended) per subject, then it would be better for your score. Spend these 2-3 hours for solving MCQs since you now have only 4 months to prepare for the NEET
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Day 1: Measurements , Practical Physics , Scalars and Vectors | Mole Concept , Metallurgy | Cell Structure and Function
Day 2: Kinematics , Force | Thermodynamics | Biology & Human Welfare
Day 3: Electrostatics , Magnetism | Atomic Structure , Chemical Bonding | Diversity in Living World
Day 4: Current Electricity , Magnetic Effect of Current| Surface Chemistry , Nuclear Chemistry | Biotechnology and it’s Applications
Day 5: Projectile Motion , Kinematics | Alkanes , Alkenes , Alkynes , Aromatic Compounds | Human Physiology
Day 6: Light & Sound Waves | Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium | Ecology & Environment
Day 7: Circular Motion , Gravitation | s-block elements , Solutions & Colligative Properties | Plant Physiology
Day 8: Rotational Motion , Ray Optics | Thermodynamics , Electrochemistry | Genetics & Evolution
Day 9: Work , Energy & Power , Friction in Solids and Liquids | Practical Chemistry , Mole Concept , Environmental Chemistry | Structural Organization in Animals & Plants
Day 10: Oscillations , Wave Motion , Stationary Waves | p-block Elements | Reproduction in plants
Day 11: Light and Sound Waves , Heat Transfer | Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium | Biology & Human Welfare
Day 12: Kinetic Theory of Gases , Atom and Nuclei | Halogen Derivatives of Alkyl Halide , Alcohol , Phenol & Ether | Ecology & Environment
Day 13: Diode and transistors , Communication Systems | Aldehydes, Ketones , Carboxylic Acid , Compounds containing Nitrogen | Human Physiology
Day 14: Electostatics , Current Electricity | d & f block elements , s-block elements | Plant Physiology
Day 15: Magnetism , Magnetic Effect of Current | Thermodynamics , Chemical Equilibrium | Diversity in Living World
Day 16: Light and Sound Waves | Revision of All Reactions of Organic Chemistry | Genetics & Evolution
Day 17: Electromagnetic Induction , Electrostatics | Solutions , Colligative Properties and Ionic Equilibrium | Biotechnology and it’s Applications
Day 18: Circular Motion , Gravitation , Rotational Motion | Chemical Kinetics , Alkanes , Alkenes , Alkynes | Structural Organization in Animals & Plants
Day 19: Electromagnetic Induction , Alternating Current | Alcohol , Phenol , Ether , Aldehydes, Ketones & Carboxylic Acids | Reproduction in animals
Day 20: Semiconductors , Practical Physics | Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium | Ecology and Environment
Day 21: Scalars and Vectors , Force | Thermodynamics , Electrochemistry | Biology and Human Welfare
Day 22: Kinematics , Circular Motion | Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes , Compounds containing Nitrogen | Biotechnology and it’s Applicaitons
Day 23: Wave Motion , Stationary Waves ,Oscillations | Mole Concept , Atomic Structure | Diversity in Living World
Day 24: Elasticity , Surface Tension , Kinetic Theory of Gases | Chemical Bonding , Metallurgy | Cell Structure and Function
Day 25: Heat Transfer , Magnetism | Surface Chemistry , spdf blocks | Genetics & Evolution
Day 26: Work , Energy & Power , Ray Optics | Nuclear Chemistry , spdf blocks | Reproduction
Day 27: Friction in Solids & Liquids , Current Electricity | Metallurgy , spdf blocks | Plant Physiology
Day 28: Heat Transfer , Oscillations , Wave Optics
Revision of All Reactions of 11th/12th std. Organic Chemistry
Revision of all Diagrams of 11th/12th std. Biology
Remember that this is going to be difficult to follow if you lose track midway. And you should be willing to study at all times because if you miss it out this month, you are going to ask next month “How to prepare for NEET in 3 months”. We hope that you remain on track this month and just get it done!
Read more: What to do when you are losing track
Revise Theory or Practice Sums?
Well, the answer to this at this stage would be practice sums. You might be anxious about your theory revision but you are not alone. Most students do select theory revision over practising sums because theory revision is easy. But if you want an edge over the competition the right thing to do is practice.
If Revision is your primary focus, then you will never finish studying for NEET examination. You not only have to revise the syllabus but more importantly the application of it to problem-solving. That is why it is a better approach to solve MCQs and then revise the concept behind the question.
Also, by going through the solutions, you will be revising or learning the application of these concepts.
Read more: The Power of Practice
Solving full testimonial portions as well as previous year’s papers is going to be very important for you. In the month of April, you must push in these mock tests (at least 1 in a day) along with the normal schedule given above. In fact, you can reduce the time allotted for normal schedule and allot more time for mock tests.
Short of time for preparing for NEET? You should go for important chapters first. If you feel lazy about studying all chapters, then important chapters are surely going to help. You may also replace the above timetable with a timetable that includes only important chapters. (Important Chapters have been given more importance in the above timetable)
Check the Important Chapters: Most Important Chapters for NEET
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