NEET 2 Exam Important Topics and Special Tips
NEET 2 exam 2016 holds relevance for candidates who have appeared for NEET 1 and also for those who have practised for the State CET of their respective states seeking admission through NEET.
Students who have already prepared for NEET 1 have more chances of having success with the NEET scores as these candidates have prior knowledge of NEET and had prepared for AIPMT exam which is the same now as NEET 2 in both pattern and syllabus. However, students applying a fresh now for NEET and those appeared in NEET 1 must analyse their strengths and weaknesses so that they may not leave any important topics related to NEET in this last juncture of time for preparation of NEET syllabus.
Strengths and weaknesses:
It is advisable to note down your NEET 2 strength areas as well as weak areas in the syllabus before preparing for NEET Phase 2 exam. Strong areas could be completed in less time, wheareas difficult areas would need a thorough study, revision and practice for the NEET exam. The strengths and weaknesses could be a whole subject or could be an individual subjects in various chapters. After analysing the tricky topics for your NEET exam which is scheduled to be held on July 24, you must write down an extensive study-plan.
As the NEET 2 examination is just round the corner, make a weekly plan and categorising subjects and topics according to your strengths. Cover interesting topics side by side with the difficult ones, so that preparation for the NEET 2 exam does not become monotonous.
You need to keep a check on the time you take over one chapter. Your pace should be good enough so that important chapters of NEET are not left out. If you practice multiple choice questions (MCQs) along with the syllabus chapters, this will help you figure out the exam pattern.
You must have a good conceptual understanding of topics you think will not make it to the NEET 2 paper.
Below we have given here some important topics and tips in preparing for NEET Phase-2 examination.
NEET 2 Physics Paper
A candidate appearing in NEET 2 must build solid conceptual clarity before looking into complex numericals of physics. A good foundation should be laid down and a good amount of time must be kept to revise formulae and axioms.
For revision, look for the material given in blue boxes of NCERT, they really are very important and must not be left out. Along with textual content, graphs and diagrams in NCERT books should also be revised particularly for semi-conductor electronics.
NEET 2 Chemistry Paper
Chemistry is the most elaborate subject as it also covers Physical, Organic and Inorganic disciplines. For Physical chemistry, learning important formulae is a definite, important chapters are basic concepts of chemistry, structure of an atom, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, varied state of matter, equilibrium and solutions. Practicing numerical solving is important. You must be extra cautious with chemical bonding as it is very important chapter among others.
For Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry, preparing from NCERT books is normally okay with a special emphasis to the D and F block elements and coordination compounds along with the different bonds respectively.
NEET 2 Biology Paper
In Biology, you must study all the chapters systematically as all are equally important. If you see the previous years' questions of AIPMT/NEET, main areas of Biology cover Human physiology, Plant physiology, Cell biology, ecology, biomolecules and biotechnology.
After you are done with your complete study of Biology, focus on solving the objective type questions and revise all the questions from previous years. Diagram/graph/chart available in the NCERT books must be taken note of prior a week to the exam.
Tips for NEET 2 Exam 2016
Students aspiring to become doctors and are appearing in the NEET 2 must consider these tips while preparing for their exams:
1. Memorise the chapters after solving MCQs
Don't spend all your crucial time for revision in memorising the concepts but in solving questions. It is really important to make your concepts clear, it is also suggested to solve MCQs immediately after revising a chapter. You may also join a reputed institute which can help in solving the MCQs.
2. Do not solve difficult questions first
Try to solve the easy questions first as solving the tough ones could take most of your time and you may not get the needed time for solving easy questions.
Speed is really important for a 180-minute paper of 180 questions. As said earlier, attempt the easy questions first you know very well and then focus on the difficult ones. You must memorise the formulas thoroughly as it could save you a lot of time while attempting the difficult questions.
3. Attempt difficult questions and not only easy questions
Questions are divided into easy, moderate and difficult level. As you start answering with easy questions, do not forget the other two levels.
4. Do not leave a whole subject or unit untouched
It could be the worst thing while preparing for the NEET Phase 2 exam. A thorough understanding of all the subjects and topics is advisable to crack NEET exam. If you think, 'physics won't be of much use' is really a myth.
5. Prepare for all subjects and not only a single subject
"Biology has the greatest weightage in NEET exam, I would be give more attention and time to it". This is a pure misconception as all the subjects carry equal weightage and this thinking must be avoided.
A candidate appearing in NEET 2 must take proper food and rest before the commencement of exam. Exam stress is by the way natural to everybody but one should not spend an entire day in learning as it could be counterproductive, a gap after an hour or 45 minutes is the recommended approach. These short breaks in between the preparation of NEET would make your mind relaxed.
A crash course for NEET exam can clear all your doubts about important NEET topics. Revision is a must and do a good practice of previous AIPMT papers.
It is advised not to study almost 20 hour before the start of the NEET exam. Your hard work and time invested today will ensure your future is good and bright. After giving the NEET exam, wait for the NEET 2 Results to be announced on August 17.