Monthly Timetable for preparing for NEET

Monthly Timetable for preparing for NEET

This is a monthly day-to-day schedule for students to follow.

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 or revising theory based on the amount of time you have in hand. If you are enrolled in a Meritstore Course, then you should follow the order: Synopsis, MCQ Training, Test.

Timetable :

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: Electrostatics , 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 Applications

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

Check out these books for your preparation: Most Recommended books for NEET

You can also create your own timetable. Read More: How to Plan & Strategize your Studies


  • Vignesh Posted November 6, 2019 7:43 pm

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  • Divakar Reddy S Posted November 28, 2018 8:11 am

    Many are here who are in class 12 and cannot follow these time table as we are spending mostly 8 to 9 hours in college and could you please make a time table for us. Sir,I hope u respond to this. Thank you sir.

  • meghana Posted November 16, 2018 5:01 pm

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  • vandini Posted June 7, 2018 5:29 pm

    thaku sir for this time table

  • vandini Posted June 7, 2018 5:27 pm

    its so helpfull for parper neet exam thanku so much sir

  • Sai krishna Posted April 14, 2018 9:58 am

    Now i am stidying 12th standard.Can u please say me how to prepare for neet exam and can u also say me timetable.
    And can u refer a book for physics that means i feel terror opening physics book.
    Please sirrr…

    • Srinivasa Ramanujan Posted June 16, 2018 12:42 am

      Bro did u get ideas. If u got it .please share me bro plz. We are same in class plzzz

  • Sakshi boralkar Posted April 1, 2018 8:49 pm

    The timetable is really helpful.

  • Vishnu Posted October 15, 2017 11:00 pm

    And also suggest a time table for neet 2018 aspirants to prepare for neet in 3 months PlZz sir

    • vs Posted December 14, 2017 8:00 pm

      you don’t have enough time to prepare. I suggest you should study around 8-9 hours a day.
      Give more time and attention to Biology, since it has the maximum amount of marks, 360. I suggest 2-3 hours for biology, 2.5hrs for physics and chemistry each. Focus on NCERT, since the basis material is that. Practice as many MCQs as possible, solve previous years papers, as questions are often repeated. You need to keep up your strength! You can use any other decent books like Pradeep, Arihant or S Chand for extra information.
      You can always adjust your timings if you feel some topic requires more time.
      Hope this helps! Feel free to ask any further queries.
      if you want a personal timetable then mail me on

  • Vishnu Posted October 15, 2017 10:58 pm

    Sir I am Vishnu can u suggest me important topics for chemistry PlZz sir

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  • Mehraj majeed Posted July 12, 2017 3:23 pm

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