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NEET 2022 - Everything you need to Know

NEET 2022 - Everything you need to Know
Sat Nov 06, 2021
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To prepare for NEET 2022, you need to have a proper strategy. A well-planned strategy should be divided into four mantras.

  1. Understand
  2. Study
  3. Practice 
  4. Revise 

Understanding the syllabus of NEET and the exam pattern: ·

The NEET syllabus is divided into 3 parts- Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, and consists of 180 questions in total.

  • Out of the 180 questions, 90 questions are related to Biology and 45 each to Physics and Chemistry.
  • The maximum marks awarded are 720 consisting of 360 for biology, 180 for Physics, and 180 for chemistry.
  • For every correct answer, you get 4 marks each, and for a wrong answer, one mark gets deducted. 
  • The target for a student should be 650 and above. After understanding the exam pattern, one can then understand the syllabus.
  • This is the fundamental part. Knowledge of exam pattern, syllabus, marks weightage will help a student to formulate a strategy with the help of NEET Coaching in Gorakhpur 
  1. Start studying 

Apart from planning, it is essential to execute them. One needs to study at least 12 hours to achieve 650 marks minimum and plan to study in the most productive hours. 

  • Start studying Biology and one more subject initially. Topics the student has a grasp of should be given maximum significance. Hence, those topics are to be studied first. It will ensure that less time covers more topics and thus help gain marks weightage.
  • Thoroughly studying from NCERT is a must. All crucial facts need to be highlighted with a marker and to make notes. After completing NCERT, other reference books and study material must be prepared.
  • For Biology, diagrams are a primary aspect of NEET. A learning diagram helps to understand a topic and retain the information.
  • For physics, solving as many questions helps. Also, create a chapter-wise formula sheet.
  • For chemistry, chemical equations and diagrams need to be learned by heart.

    2. Practice past question papers

Practicing earlier years' question papers is compulsory. 

It is a crucial part of NEET preparation. Some guidelines to follow are:

  • Practising the maximum number of questions in each subject will help one understand the pattern and type of questions from different topics. Practicing question papers provided by Medical Classes in Gorakhpur will give you an idea of how one is faring in these practice tests and where one stands against the target score.
  • Practice in a fixed time. Otherwise, it will not be effective. It will allow one to understand time management and see how they are faring in practice tests and which areas they need to improve.
  • Making a test log will help analyze the questions answered wrongly during the practice tests. One can then work upon those weaknesses.

Revision is important 

The NEET syllabus is vast, and one needs to revise to retain what was studied earlier. During revision, one will find new information's and some topics' understanding will become clear. Plan revision slots and regular studies will not be possible to revise the entire syllabus a couple of days before the NEET exam. 

Important books for the NEET 2022 preparation 






Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma

ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern

Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman


Objective Physics by DC Pandey

Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee

Objective Biology by Dinesh


Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Dinesh Chemistry Guide

Objective Botany by Ansari


Fundamental Physics by Pradeep

Practice books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic), and N Awasthi (Physical)

Pradeep Guide on Biology


Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

GRB Bathla publications for Biology