How to prepare for neet 2018

​how to prepare for physics:-
1)the biggest mistake students do is that they try to complete whole syllabus of physics(it is stupidity)

physics is not meant to be completed……….your job is to select out the most important topics and practice them rigorously..

2)you cannot base your selection on the basis of preparation of physics……………you have to be good in other two subjects…..

3)if you only solve past 25 year papers of neet/aipmt physics and complete the selective theory related to those questions alone………you will be easily able to correct 25 questions in physics in neet ,because in physics same type of questions related to the same theory gets repeated again and again….

4)if you are not able to afford coaching for physics,at least find someone to help you with past 25 year papers…………….and if you can afford a little, find a teacher to teach you only selected important topics of physics…..

5)if you have a lot of doubts in physics and your concepts are not clear…..do not worry……………..do portion from past 25 year questions that you can easily solve ……and practice it only………..very few questions in neet physics are very hard……………most of the questions are of medium level….

6)complete the portion from where theory questions comes in physics…..

7)mechanics is not the selection deciding factor………….if you are good at it…..that is ok…….if you are bad at it…that is also fine……….because you can use that time to strengthen biology and chemistry……..

Inorganic chemistry:

1)coaching notes are the best place to study inorganic chemistry from.

2)most of the questions asked in inorganic are direct,information based and simple…………the key to succeed in inorganic is a lot of question practice because it takes very less time to solve questions in inorganic

3)read ncert once and only tick the portions that is not already covered in notes

4)s block, p block, hydrogen etc are the topics in which ncert has given a huge amount of theory(especially in p block)…………..try to have a read at it and only tick the important portion or the portion from where questions have been already asked in neet…………….it is very difficult to complete theory in these chapters and it is too bulky and hard to remember……….so instead of spending too much time in these chapters just read them,solve past year questions of them and move on……spend remaining time in rest of the inorganic…


strategy for neet 2018:-

1)do all the tough topics before December…..this is the best time to clear all your doubts of tough topics and get hold of them..

2)do as much experiments you want to do with your studies in the beginning……….this is the time to test new things..

3)never change what works………….if you have followed a particular way of study till now and it is producing you results,it is better that you continue in the same way…………if you want to try new things,try them,but build your new ways along with your already working old ways……..

4)find your mentor………..find someone who you can trust ……………..may be any of your teachers and be in continuous touch with them …………..they will be very helpful to you when you are confused and need guidance……..

5)if possible make friendship with past year toppers on facebook…………and directly talk to them…….their current knowledge on the pattern of exam and their exam experience can help you a lot…

6)your study material should be manageable……….do not take extra material unnecessarily………….always keep final exam in mind and develop a strategy about how you are going to revise all this…….

7)as per 2017 neet paper………you need to solve questions of medium level in physics and chemistry but you need to practice more and be precise…………you have to control the no. of silly mistakes
(a lot of very good students were unable to perform this year in physics because they have not been expecting easy paper…..and that is why they did a lot of mistakes which they would not have even imagined in their dream that they would ever do)

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