A Guide to Preparing for NEET From Class 11

Preparation for entrance exams is always better if you take enough and more time rather than attempting crash courses just before the exams. NEET exams are mandatory exams in order to secure admission to a medical school in India. Hence, if your ultimate aim is to crack the exam with flying colours and get yourself to the best college in India, it will be fitting to start off your preparation early. Many students choose to start their NEET and IIT JEE preparation right after class 10 because the syllabus is predominantly the same, which they study in their class 11 and class 12. Devising a good strategy for your NEET entrance exam will ensure that you get a good score which eventually helps you to achieve your goal. 

This blog helps you understand and plan an effective strategy to prepare for your NEET exam from class 11. Read on to find more on the different strategies:

1. Understanding the syllabus

The syllabus for your pre-medical exam or NEET entrance is very similar to that of your NCERT syllabus in class 11 and class 12. Therefore, you can evidently do a comparison of the different topics that are in the syllabus with your class 11 topics. It will give you an analysis beforehand and try to understand the weightage held by different topics. As a medical aspirant, you can put in that extra effort while learning to master the concepts. As your groundwork is strong, you have pretty less to be worried about while attempting for the NEET exam. A proper sequence of study structure is necessary as most of the chapters might be interrelated. Have the syllabus of the NEET printed and pasted above your study table for reference every now and then. 

2. Follow NCERT books only.

When you first start preparing for your NEET entrance exam, it will be ideal to concentrate on the NCERT textbooks. NCERT textbooks are the base of the NEET examination and therefore, effortlessly provide you with the foundation of each concept and topic. If you know your NCERT textbook meticulously, you can be relieved that you are halfway through the successful attempt of clearing NEET. 

Learning with NCERT textbooks can help you with some prime benefits like:

  • Give a structural advantage of specifically knowing the basics.
  • A clear understanding of the different formulas
  • Strictly follows through with the CBSE curriculum for the entrance exam.

Read More: How to Make Revision Notes for NEET Exam?

3. Point to areas of weaknesses

When you start your NEET preparation from class 11, it can help you identify your areas of strength and weaknesses from a very early stage. It gives you ample time to make mistakes and rectify and understand them effectively. You will also be able to understand which subjects you are strong in and which subjects you are weak in. With the time you have in hand, you can easily make the weak subjects your strength. If you feel that self-preparation is not working to strengthen your weaknesses, you can always move forward to get the assistance of subject experts from school or other academic centres. NEET coaching centres in Kerala and medical entrance exam coaching classes in Alleppey have eminent teachers that support strengthening weak areas.

4. Prepare a weekly schedule!

Preparation of a strict timetable can help you structure your learning process. A timetable will help you ensure that you can finish off the syllabus within a scheduled time. A successful weekly schedule will make certain that your school work along with your NEET entrance preparation goes hand in hand without affecting each other. The timetable that you assign for yourself should strictly match your academic capability. If you overburden yourself, it will result in weak preparation. So assign weekly completion targets for systematic study.

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5. Segregate easy and tough chapters

Making a bifurcation between easy and tough chapters can give you an idea of which topics require more effort on your part. It will help you give more time for difficult topics and a quick revision for the easy ones just before the exam.

6. Practise past year’s questions papers

Practising past year question papers of NEET once you have finished the class 11 syllabus for NEET, is essential for scoring good marks on the exam. Going forward with the past year’s question papers can help you analyse and understand the pattern of the question paper for NEET. When you move across different years’ NEET question papers, you will slowly find a particular way in which the questions are being asked. It will help you to model your preparation accordingly.

7. Solve mock test papers and practice questions

Getting an ample amount of practice before the main exam will help you gain the confidence to face the exam. Timed-mock tests can also help you enhance your speed and calculation which is similar to that of the main exam. Self-evaluation is extremely necessary and can be found by doing mock test papers. If you score low marks, you can analyse and give more effort to learning those topics or concepts. 

Read More: Importance of Mock Tests in Competitive Exam Preparation

8. Stay calm and stress-free

NEET preparation right after Class 10 seems like an extremely far-fetched idea. But if your ultimate aim is to get into a good medical school, then starting your preparation from Class 11 will help you have a calm and stress-free preparation. It will also help you score better marks for your 12th as your foundation of concepts will be extremely strong due to the double effort you put into your studies for NEET.

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