Timetable needed for NEET Preparation

Proper planned preparation on monthly basis is essential for NEET aspirants. Keep at least 3 hours a day for each subject. Spend these 2-3 hours for solving MCQs or for revising theory.

Sample of study planner

Day 1 –             Measurements, Scalars and Vectors, Mole Concept, Metallurgy

Day 2 –            Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Biology

Day 3 –            Electrostatics, Atomic structure, Chemical Bonding, Living world – Diversity

Day 4 –            Current Electricity, Magnetic Effect of Current, Nuclear Chemistry, Biotechnology

Day 5 –            Projectile Motion, Kinematics, Aromatic Compounds, Human Physiology

Day 6 –            Waves, Equilibrium, Ecology and Environment

Day 7 –            Gravitation, Block Elements, Motion, Plant Physiology

Day 8 –            Rotational Motion, Optics, Electrochemistry, Genetics, Evolution

Day 9 –            Work, Power and Energy, Friction, Mole Concept, Structural Organization in Animals and Plants

Day 10 –          Oscillation, Block elements, Plant reproduction, waves

Day 11 –          Light and Sound waves, Equilibrium, Biology and Human Welfare

Day 12 –          Kinetic Theory of Gases, Halogen Derivatives, Alcohol, Phenol and Ether, Ecology and Environment

Day 13 –          Diodes, Carboxylic Acid, Compounds containing Nitrogen, Human Physiology

Day 14 –          Electrostatics, Current Electricity, d & f block elements, Plant Physiology

Day 15 –          Magnetic Effect of Current, Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Living World – Diversity

Day 16 –          Waves (Light and Sound), Genetics and Evolution, Organic Chemistry

Day 17 –          Electromagnetic Induction, Electrostatics, Equilibrium, Biotechnology

Day 18 –          Motion, Gravitation, Kinetics, Structural organization in Animals and Plants.

Day 19 –          Alternating Current, Carboxylic Acids, Reproduction in Animals, Electromagnetic Induction

Day 20 –          Semiconductors, Equilibrium, Ecology and Environment

Day 21 –          Scalars and Vectors, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Biology and Human Welfare

Day 22 –          Kinematics, Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes, Compounds containing Nitrogen, Biotechnology

Day 23 –          Waves, Oscillations, Mole Concept, Atomic Structure, Living World – Diversity

Day 24 –          Surface Tension, Elasticity, Chemical Bonding, Metallurgy, Cell Structure

Day 25 –          Heat Transfer, Surface Chemistry, Block elements, Genetics and Evolution

Day 26 –          Work, Power and energy, Optics, Nuclear Chemistry, Reproduction

Day 27 –          Friction in solids and liquids, Metallurgy, Block elements, Plant Physiology

Day 28 –          Heat Transfer, Organic Chemistry and figures in Biology of Class 11 and 12

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