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How to Crack NEET in 60 Days

Many students find NEET; the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, the most challenging examination of all entrance tests. NEET Exam 2018 seems far away, but it is actually near. To pass NEET Exams 2018 requires a lot of planning and strategizing because lack of strategies will render one’s effort useless in the long run. It is no use to go sit with a question paper in front of you yet you are not prepared enough to handle the paper well. If you plan for NEET exam 2018 very effectively, then you are assured of passing with flying colors and graduating to the next level.

How to do it in just 60 days

 The happy news is that that NEET Question Paper is just like any other paper you have appeared for earlier. In fact, doing it within a very short period of time is possible. NEET Exam 2018 is so far yet so near and so with 60 days, you need a strategy. For instance you may decide to subdivide this time resource into two portions or even three potions. The first portion may consist of 20 days.

The first 20 days preparation for NEET Exam 2018

 You can decide that it is a period of reading through relevant text books with the aim of ensuring that you have an extensive coverage. You never know where the NEET Question paper will draw its questions from and so you need to review the textbooks extensively. Alternatively, if you have access to video lectures it will be easier to go through the lectures of those topics that are relevant and important. Remember to make notes while watching.

The Next 20 Days

 The middle portion of 20 days may be useful when trying to assess How the NEET 2018 questions will be set. You can simply do this by looking at the previous NEET Question Papers. Past papers say a lot about the topics from which questions will be set. Question that were set during previous NEET exams will probably have a lower chance of appearing in the NEET Exam 2018 so you can concentrate on those questions that have never appeared in at least 2 consecutive periods. This should take care of at least three-quarters of the questions of the NEET question paper. However, you have to be careful not to overlook those questions that have been repeated more often in previous NEET exams.

Attempt the previous question papers and continuously assess yourself on the topics that you are confused with or do not score well. Go back to your notes, or textbooks or video lectures of those topics once more carefully. By the end of this period you should have a clear idea about the topics that you are good in and the ones you are really bad in. You should now decide if you can drop certain topics that you are bad in so that you can give full attention to the ones you can cover easily and the ones you are good in. So calculate the score of the topics you have chosen so that you know if you should add a certain topic to make a healthy score.

The Final 20 Days

 Once you have decided the topics you will be concentrating on completely the last 20 days can be used for assessment. Attempt Mock Tests Left, Right and Center. See if you can answer questions completely, partially or not at all. In the event that you find that you are able to answer 80% of questions then you can rest assured that you have been able to crack NEET 2018 Exam. There are some online Mock Tests like RoboChamps Test Series that give you instant results and analysis about your strengths and weaknesses. Many coaching classes publish mock tests near exam time that are free to use. You have to be careful when you choose them because they are usually gimmicks for marketing, but of no use in practice.

Topics to concentrate on in the three subjects


Get your concepts clear for topics such as Kinematics, Gravitation, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Waves & Sound, Capacitors & Electrostatics, Magnetics, Electromagnetic Induction and Optics & Modern Physics,


Get used to the periodic table and inorganic chemistry. Practice as many numerical-based questions as possible. Topics such as Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry should be clear.


Includes two parts, botany and zoology. Topics such as Human Physiology and Plant Physiology are important are carry maximum weightage. Take care in this section since the pattern changes every year.

Good Luck.

2018-03-14T13:53:55+00:00 Categories: Blog, NEET|Tags: , |0 Comments

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