How to Score Good Marks in NEET? Secrets to Scoring 600 plus Marks

“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

In the context of India’s most difficult medical entrance examination i.e. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), to score great marks demands extraordinary preparation, dedication, a lot of practice and many more factors, of course. If you have ever thought of donning in white jacket with a stethoscope around the neck, you have got to be very stringent with your NEET preparation strategy. And honestly speaking, cracking NEET and scoring more than 600 marks is not that easy. The applicant needs to understand the number – 600, first.

Have an Analytical Mind – The NEET Exam Pattern 2019:

How can you score without a proper plan? Since you are looking forward to the ways of how to score good marks in NEET, you must understand that there are three subjects carrying 720 marks in total. All questions will be objective type. There will be 180 MCQs. You must get 150 questions correct. One incorrect answer would result in the deduction of 1 mark. We mean to say that there is negative marking scheme for NEET exam. Hence, the plan, the strategy and the technique should be precise and perfect. In case, you are confused about a couple of answers better attempt 165 MCQs and be on the safer side.

Meticulous Practice for Physics & Chemistry, Soft Practice for Biology:

Speaking of the subjects and their scoring records, it has been observed that Physics is the toughest paper, followed by Chemistry (it is also considered as the scoring subject). For Biology, you can get little lenient.

Study Books and Study Mantra:

Instead of stressing on many books, follow a few, yet simple materials and stand out in the exam. NCERT books are highly recommended by previous years’ NEET toppers. Materials from NCERT are simple and help establish a strong foundation. Moreover, students who are well-familiarised with the syllabus of Class 11th and 12th get an edge over others.

How many hours a day do NEET aspirants spend on studying? Some say, 15 hours; others say, 12 hours. This means there are no fixed hours of study. If you are in a good mood and feel like studying for long hours, go ahead with it. You will be able to remember more. It is always better to study one hour with your heart and soul in it than studying aimlessly for 8 hours.

Focus on Important Topics for NEET Exam before Taking NEET 2019

For someone who dreams of becoming a medical practitioner is advised to make a strong reading habit. Reason being the competition is so tough and stiff. NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the only all-India medical entrance examination that demands candidates to undergo a rigorous test, except for AIIMS and JIMPER. NEET 2018 is over now (May 6) and the results have been declared by CBSE on June 4. Qualified candidates are now predicting their college based on their ranks.

Check Rank-wise College predictor for NEET 2018 here

It’s time to target NEET 2019. The first thing a medical aspirant must do is to get his hands on the latest syllabus. With the right syllabus starts the right preparation. In the words of Rashmi Bhardwaj (who is gearing up for the second attempt in 2019), “Honestly, it starts with the NEET syllabus. Unless you have access to the right materials, the chances get tougher and tougher. All my faculties stressed on following the NCERT books. And they were absolutely correct because 60-70 per cent questions were from the NCERT books. Hopefully, I will clear the exam in my next attempt”.

Important Topics for NEET Exam 2019 Based on This Year’s Exam:

There are basically three major subjects to cover – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Let’s take a closer look at the topics and the percentage of questions asked in the exam based on previous years’ papers.

Topics from NEET Physics:

Physics being the most difficult papers amongst all, it demands utmost attention and a sturdy preparation strategy.

Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
Electrostatics 6.04
Ray Optics 6.4
Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves 5.86
Semiconductors and Communication System 6.04
Current Electricity 5.50
Rotational Motion 5.68
Waves and Sound 5.32
Laws of Thermodynamics 5.50
Magnetic Effects of Current 4.79
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current 4.79

Topics from NEET Chemistry:

Check out the chapters mentioned below. As you prepare these topics well, the possibility of scoring more is pretty much high. Chemistry is considered as the scoring subject. The questions would be less tricky.

Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
General Organic Chemistry 6.8
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 10.05
Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes (Hydrocarbons) 5.43
P Block Elements 5.97
Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones) 4.34
Atomic Structure 4.61
Solutions and Colligative Properties 4.34
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 4.34
Chemical Thermodynamics 3.53
Ionic Equilibrium 4.07
Haloalkanes 3.26
D and F Block Elements 3.26

Topics from NEET Biology:

Very, very important section! Biology comprises botany and zoology.

Topics/Chapters Questions Asked in Exam (Percentage)
Cell – The Unit of Life 7.34
Principles of Inheritance and Variation 7.53
Morphology of Flowering Plants 5.41
Biological Classification 5.41
Ecosystem 4.25
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants 5.41
Human Health and Disease 3.47
Plant Kingdom 3.86
Environmental Issues 3.28
Human Reproduction 3.47
Digestion and Absorption 3.09
Chemical Coordination and Integration 3.09

Sketch out a rigorous preparation strategy for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 based on the above-mentioned chapters, and you are surely uplifting your chance of cracking NEET 2019 exam.

For NEET Syllabus 2019 Click Here

NEET Exam Counselling in July for Admission in MBBS/BDS Courses

The Medical Counselling Committee will conduct NEET Exam Counselling in the 1st week of July.

New Delhi, April, 7th’ 2018: Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and various state government counselling authorities will conduct the NEET Exam Counselling for admission in MBBS and BDS Courses.

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the NEET Exam counselling for admissions to 15{56616362fbff030623cdc1a764e361ba30723d58364aefe96fbffdd47beb6523} All India Quota (AIQ) seats come under Government medical and dental colleges across all states (except J&K). Candidates should refer the official website of MCC for all counselling schedule, scheme and other counselling related queries.

For admission (other than 15 {56616362fbff030623cdc1a764e361ba30723d58364aefe96fbffdd47beb6523} All India Quota), candidates need to apply for State Medical Colleges/Universities/Institutions with the merit list of NEET Exam.

Documents required for NEET Exam Counselling:

  • NEET Exam admit card
  • NEET 2018 scorecard
  • Class X Certificate of the candidate
  • Class XII Certificate of the candidate
  • Class XII Marksheet of the candidate
  • Birth certificate of the candidate
  • Category Certificate (in case applied)
  • 8 passport sized photographs
  • Provisional Allotment letter generated online
  • Identity proof/card

NEET or the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is conducted by CBSE. They are liable to conduct the exam and declare the result only. The counselling and admission process will be taken care by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and state authorities respectively. It will be in the online mode, where candidates need to fill their preferable choice and apply.

The NEET Exam is going to be conducted on May 6th (Sunday) for admission in MBBS and BDS courses all across India.

NEET Exam Admit Card to Come in Second Week of April; Here’s How to Download It

Download the NEET exam admit card on the official website from 2nd week of April 2018.

New Delhi, 5th April’ 2018: The NEET exam admit card will be uploaded on the official website of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test in the second week of April 2018. Interested candidates are required to download the same from the website as it will not be sent via post. Moreover, the Central Board of Secondary Education will email the copy of admit card in pdf format to candidate’s registered email id. Those who have registered the correct email IDs will be able to receive the admit card right in the mail inbox.

How to Download the NEET 2018 Admit Card?

  • Log on to the official website
  • Look for the Admit Card Download Click on it
  • A new page will be opened where you need to enter your Registration Number, Date of Birth and Security Code
  • Click on the Submit button
  • Verify your details carefully
  • Click on the Download button
  • You can take the printout of your Admit Card for future use

Before downloading the admit card, applicants are advised to carefully examine the entries made therein. Candidates need to verify the following information as given on the admit card -.

NEET Admit Card Details:

  • Candidate’s Roll Number and Name
  • Father’s Name
  • Category
  • Sub-Category
  • Photograph
  • Signature
  • Date of Birth
  • The language of Question Paper
  • Name and Address of examination centre allotted

The admit card is mandatory to get admission into the examination hall. In case, a candidate doesn’t possess the valid Admit Card, he/she will not be admitted into the examination hall under any circumstances – (as per the instructions by the Centre Superintendent).

Candidates who are not able to download the NEET 2018 admit card due to certain constraints (like geographical areas) they can get it from Common Services Centre, Ministry of I.T., Government of India.

Open School and Private Candidates are unable to apply with NEET Exam 2018

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET Exam is the entrance exam for students who want to go for graduation in medical course, dental course or postgraduate course in government or private medical colleges of India. This is a national level exam, but it was not meant for open school and private candidates. So, students from open school and private candidates were not entitled to appear in NEET 2018. These students don’t fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria for NEET exam 2018.

However, after the intervention of the Honorable High Court, Delhi the organizing authorities allowed the open and private candidates to appear in the NEET exam 2018 as per the public notice dated 01/03/2018 from CBSE, Delhi. But, despite the order from the Honorable High Court, Delhi; a number of students are unable to apply online due to some technical glitch on the online application website for NEET Exam 2018.

What was the “technical glitch” with NEET online application form?

The eligibility criteria for NEET Exam 2018 disqualified open school and private candidates to appear in it. This was the reason that they didn’t keep a provision for open school and private candidates in their online application form.

Later, after the intervention of the Honorable High Court, Delhi, CBSE had withdrawn the restriction for open school and private candidates for appearing in NEET exam. Here, came the technical glitch as earlier it was not meant for open school and private candidates; so there were some mandate options to fill some details, which is not applicable for open school and private candidates.

How the technical glitch got noticed?

So, due to this issue; despite the order from the High Court, students were facing issues with it. Due to this issue, there were some complaints registered with NIOS authorities; who took it further with CBSE for resolution. As per the official spokespersons from CBSE; “We are working on the problem. The students can fill only their Class XII details in the box and the system should accept.”

The NIOS officials also acknowledged the same as; “the issue could be solved only on Monday, the next working day. Board officials termed the problem a technical glitch.”

What is the solution for technical glitch with the NEET online application?

The CBSE released a public notice for the same as a solution for that technical glitch on 05.03.2018 stating; “it is informed that candidates from Open School and Private Candidates when submitting their application form for NEET (UG), 2018, may submit details as suggested below under the information of Class XI.”

  • NAME OF SCHOOL/COLLEGE – SAME AS OF CLASS XII
  • Year of Passing – ONE YEAR BEFORE THE PASSING OF CLASS XII
  • Place of Study – AS APPLICABLE
  • State where Class XI School/College is located – AS OF CLASS XII
  • District where Class XI School/College is located – AS OF CLASS XII

The last date for applying with NEET Exam 2018 is 09.03.2018 (Friday) up to 23:50 Hrs. (IST) and successful payment of online fee is 10.03.2018 (Saturday) up to 23:50 Hrs. (IST); so students are advised to fill their online form as earliest possible and pay online fee too. However, the court is about to decide, whether the students from open and private candidatures will be allowed to write the exams or not.

Technical glitch faced by NIOS and private schooling applying for NEET Exam 2018; Solution!

The NEET Exam 2018 is about to conduct on the 06th May’ 2018 this year, for admission in undergraduate courses of MBBS and BDS across India. This entrance exam is mandatory to apply for MBBS and BDS courses in various government and private medical science institutes. Initially, the eligibility criteria dishonored the same for open school and private candidates. Later, the intervention of the Honorable High Court, Delhi; CBSE made the amendment in the eligibility criteria for open school and private candidates.

What is the stand of CBSE for eligibility of open school and private candidates for NEET Exam 2018?

NEET Exam 2018 is the entrance exam for admission in undergraduate courses in medical and dental institutes of India. Students, who are aiming to study for MBBS or BDS in India, they need to appear and qualify for this exam.

This year, CBSE is conducting the NEET Exam 2018 this year. They have released the official eligibility criteria for the same. And, as per the initial notifications; students who are from NIOS/State Open School or private students were not eligible to appear NEET. Also, students who have passed Biology as an additional subject were not allowed to apply NEET Exam 2018.

This was considered against the interest of the students who were not able to make it as a regular student or who have completed their +2 with Biology as an additional subject. Later, the issue has been registered with NIOS by students, in order to get an equal opportunity to decide their dream career with medical science.

The same has been taken up to the Honorable High Court of Delhi; which came into the favor of open school and private candidates on 28th February’ 2018. The CBSE accepted the verdict and later on 1st of March they have released a public notice for the same. After the verdict, the following students are also eligible to apply for NEET Exam 2018 as given here.

  • Candidates belonging to UR category aged above 25 years
  • Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category and persons entitled for reservation under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 aged above 30 years
  • Candidates from NIOS/State Open School
  • Candidates who have passed Biology as an additional subject
  • Candidates who have passed as a private candidate

Apart from the above mentioned amendments; other conditions of NEET will remain same for this year. Now, these students can also apply for the NEET Exam 2018.

What was the technical glitch with NEET Exam 2018 online application and what is the solution for it?

The Honorable High Court of Delhi and NEET exam 2018 organizing authority grant permission to students from open school and private candidates to appear in the exam, which was not there before. After this decision; students from open school and private candidates can also apply for NEET.

But, here came a twist; as NEET was not meant for open school and private candidates; so there is no provision for these candidates to mention their qualification details (especially the class 11th details) and neither they can skip some of this information; it has been declared as a technical glitch in the online NEET application for open school and private candidates. The same has been brought in the notice of CBSE; after that CBSE released another notice with the latest development with it.

  • NAME OF SCHOOL/COLLEGE – SAME AS OF CLASS XII
  • Year of Passing – ONE YEAR BEFORE THE PASSING OF CLASS XII
  • Place of Study – AS APPLICABLE
  • State where Class XI School/College is located – AS OF CLASS XII
  • District where Class XI School/College is located – AS OF CLASS XII

Students can take reference from the above information and apply online for NEET Exam 2018 this year. The mentioned “technical glitch” has been fixed successfully with it.

Should You Drop NEET 2018 by a Year to Prepare Better?

“I want to be a doctor” – You might have answered so to your class teacher when asked during your school time. Now that you are all grown-up, it’s time to achieve what you have dreamt once.

NEET is the only central level entrance examination to get admission to MBBS and BDS courses. This year, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is going to be held on May 6. With a couple days to spare for the last day to submit the NEET 2018 application form (March 9), aspiring candidates don’t want to take any chance by waiting till the last moment. While most of them have already submitted the application form, there are still a good number of candidates contemplating over appearing the exam. They are in the notion that dropping a year would enhance the preparation and score better when appear the exam next year.

How to Know If Dropping a Year or Two Is Good?

A recent study by a leading educational magazine, most NEET aspirants, when asked about dropping a year, said that they are not well-prepared for the entrance exam due to lack of time; some said they are not quite confident about their chances; and others said they are more focused on the Board examinations. All these statements have valid points – it’s okay! Cracking the toughest entrance exam is not a piece of cake. Applicants must have 55{56616362fbff030623cdc1a764e361ba30723d58364aefe96fbffdd47beb6523} in subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Since it has a vast curriculum and there is high rivalry, it can certainly distress the students. Maybe all these aspects lead a NEET aspirant to rethink before appearing the test.

Seek advice from elders, contact previous years’ candidates who have attempted and cleared the test or if possible, take a piece of paper and note down the pros and cons of not appearing the exam for a year. This way, the exam burden can be lessened to some extent.

Advantages:

  • You will have enough time to understand the complete NEET exam pattern, syllabus and other important things related to the entrance examination; hence, the preparation will be based on the same.
  • Taking early decision (the idea of dropping the exam) can help you appear in board exams with less stress; and you can possibly score better.
  • Taking up mock test and practicing previous years’ question papers will come in handy tremendously.

Disadvantages:

  • The major disadvantage of not appearing the exam will increase the stress of clearing it next time. The expectations from parents, relatives and teacher go high.
  • Self-study wouldn’t be enough as it involves a lot of self-restraint and commitment.
  • The fear of lagging behind and not matching up with friends in starting college together.
  • You will miss out on getting first-hand exam experience.

To appear or not to appear is completely your own decision. But being focused and sticking to it with great dedication and complete conviction will certainly help you get into your favorite medical college.

CBSE Releases NEET 2018 UG Exam Application Forms: APPLY NOW!

New Delhi/09.02.2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released NEET 2018 online application form on Thursday. Aspirants can log on to the official website and register themselves before it is too late. The much anticipated online registration form was made available on 8th February, 2018. The registration window will remain open till 9th March, 2018 (Friday, up to 23.50 Hrs.) and the NEET application fee can be paid up to 10th March, 2018.





Schedules and Fee Details

Online Application Begins 08 February, 2018 (Thursday)
Last Date to Apply 09 March, 2018 (Friday) up to 23.50 hrs.
Last Date to Release Fee 10 March, 2018 (Saturday) up to 23.50 Hrs.
Fee for OBC/General Rs. 1,400/-
Fee for SC/ST Rs. 750/-

Candidates now heave a sigh of relief as they can augment their preparation in full swing. However, students must make sure that they have followed the steps properly and get themselves registered. Here’s how you should do it –

How to Fill NEET 2018 Application Form?

NEET 2018 application process requires students to have their valid aadhaar number ready. In order to apply, aspirants must complete the registration process and then proceed further to fill up the application form.

  • Log on to http://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/Welcome.aspx (NEET UG 2018 official website)
  • Register first by clickingNew Registration’.
  • You need to enter your valid aadhaar details
  • Once done with registration process, proceed further to fill up the application form.

There are four steps to apply online

  1. Online application form fill up and note the registration number down
  2. Upload scanned photo and signature
  3. Release the fee through the prescribed modes
  4. Take the Confirmation Page print.

For step-by-step application guide, check here

About NEET:

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), regulated by CBSE, is an all-India medical entrance examination conducted for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in some of the leading medical and dental colleges in the country.

नीट (NEET) 2018 परीक्षा के आवेदन पत्र भरे जाएंगे केवल ऑनलाइन

नीट (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) परीक्षा राष्ट्रीय स्तर पर आयोजित की जाती है। नीट 2018 की महत्वपूर्ण अधिसूचना घोषित हो चुकी है। इस परीक्षा के आवेदन पत्र जनवरी 2018 में जारी होंगे। इच्छुक उम्मीदवार वेबसाइट (cbseneet.nic.in) पर जाकर पंजीकरण कर सकेंगे। सीबीएसई (CBSE) हर साल मई में परीक्षा का आयोजन करता है। अभ्यर्थी को इस परीक्षा को उत्तीर्ण करने के बाद स्नातक कार्यक्रम एमबीबीएस या बीडीएस में प्रवेश मिलता है। आइए जानते हैं नीट (NEET) परीक्षा की आवेदन प्रक्रिया के बारे में…

नीट आवेदन पत्र 2018:

  1. उम्मीदवार केवल ऑनलाइन माध्यम से ही आवेदन कर सकेंगे।
  2. आपको आवेदन के लिए आधिकारिक वेबसाइट (nic.in) पर जाना होगा।
  3. आवेदन पत्र में अपनी आवश्यक जानकारी जैसे व्यक्तिगत, योग्यता, संपर्क आदि को भरें और स्कैन्ड फोटो और हस्ताक्षर को अपलोड करें।
  4. आवेदन करने के बाद आखिर में आपको शुल्क का भुगतान करना है।
  5. छात्र नेट बैंकिंग या आईसीआईसीआई, सिंडिकेट, एसबीआई या एचडीएफसी बैंक के ई-चालान से भुगतान कर सकते हैं।
  6. भुगतान करने के बाद इसका प्रिंटआउट संभालकर रख लें।







आवेदन शुल्कः

आवेदक वर्ग (Candidates Category) आवेदन शुल्क (Application Fee)
सामान्य और ओबीस (General and OBC) 1400 रु.
एससी/एसटी/पीएच (SC/ST/PH) 750 रु.

महत्वपूर्ण तारीखें:

आवेदन करने की अंतिम तारीख-

 

जनवरी 2018
प्रवेश पत्र डाउनलोड करने की तारीख अप्रैल 2018 के पहले सप्ताह में
परीक्षा की तारीख 10 मई 2018

 

परिणाम घोषित जून 2018 के पहले सप्ताह में
काउंसलिंग 12 से 24 जून 2018

परीक्षा की तैयारीः

  • सबसे पहले नीट (NEET) 2018 परीक्षा के प्रारूप और पाठ्यक्रम के बारे में जानें।
  • परीक्षा की तैयारी के लिए सही किताबों तथा अध्ययन सामग्री का चयन करें।
  • पिछले वर्ष के प्रश्न पत्र तथा सैंपल पेपर को भी हल करके प्रयास करें।

मॉक टेस्ट से भी परीक्षा की जरूर तैयारी करें।

How To Prepare For NEET Exam In 6 Months?

How to Prepare for NEET Exam in 6 Months

Many students who aspire to be in the medical field start preparing for the NEET exam from as early as their class 10. However, this does not mean that it is impossible to prepare for NEET Exam in 6 Months. If you are dedicated and determined, 6 months are also sufficient to crack NEET Exam. Let us know how you can do the best preparation for the NEET exam in 6 months.





Preparing for NEET exam requires a lot of planning and dedication. As the syllabus is so vast, it is recommended to follow a planned and systematic approach in covering course. Always focus more on clearing the basics of Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. Once you understand the concept, only then you should consider moving to the depth of the relevant topic. Apart from clearing and learning the concept, you must also get familiar with the exam pattern. For that, you must regularly take mock tests and practice MCQ tests based on Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus along with subjective mock papers for your board exam. While preparing for NEET exam during your academics, make sure not to ignore board exams as this can jeopardize your academic record, but might also make you ineligible for NEET exam. So, prepare smartly.

Important Topics for Each Subject – Physics, Chemistry, & Mathematics

Physics

Many students find Physics to be very tough due to the variety of theories and mathematical problems. The subject is not only about learning formulas and derivatives. You also need to know as to how to correctly apply them in a question or equation. So, make sure to have a good grip over theoretical concepts and its derivations.

Important Topics

  • Current Electricity
  • Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
  • Electrostatics
  • Laws of Thermodynamics
  • Magnetic Effects of Current
  • Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves
  • Rotational Motion
  • Ray Optics
  • Semiconductors and Communication System
  • Waves and Sound

Chemistry

While Physical Chemistry is about keeping your concepts clear and implementing them by solving MCQs, Inorganic Chemistry is mainly about facts and a bit of concept. Students can make the most from this section by implementing their cramming ability. It is recommended to start your preparation for Chemistry subject from NCERT books. Once you get a clear understanding of concepts from NCERT, you can advance to other relevant books.

Important Topics

  • Atomic Structure
  • Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes (Hydrocarbons)
  • Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones)
  • Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  • Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • General Organic Chemistry
  • d and f Block Elements
  • Haloalkanes
  • Ionic Equilibrium
  • p Block Elements
  • Solutions and Colligative Properties

Biology

Though you may have seen more questions being asked in past from the Plant Physiology, Human Physiology, Ecology, Cell Biology, Biotechnology, and Biotechnology, you must prepare thoroughly for all the topics. Once you have completed any topic, make sure to solve objective questions and go through previous years’ question papers of the same topic. This will help in gaining the in-depth knowledge of that particular topic.

Important Topics:

  • Human Health and Disease
  • Human Reproduction
  • Digestion and Absorption
  • Chemical Coordination and Integration
  • Plant Kingdom
  • Ecosystem
  • Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
  • Cell – The Unit of Life
  • Biological Classification
  • Morphology of Flowering Plants
  • Principles of Inheritance and Variation
  • Environmental Issues

Strategy to Prepare for NEET Exam in 6 Months

  • Make short notes of all important concepts and formulae.
  • Practice a lot of questions in Physics and Chemistry.
  • Refer to NCERT books, especially in Biology.
  • Solve NCERT questions (subjective), NCERT – exemplar (both objective & subjective type questions).
  • Highlight the important points, for example, plant name/animal name in NCERT for revision.
  • Prepare thoroughly from NCERT along with introduction and summary, and make sure to understand the logic and concept behind the each and every statement.
  • Revise the prepared topics at regular intervals.
  • Make sure to practice and revise concepts by using diagrams in Biology.