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How to Prepare Yourself in the Last One Month Before NEET 2018

Consolidate your efforts in the final phase of preparation to effortlessly crack NEET 2018

By Admin 03rd Apr, 2018 07:13 pm

Do you see yourself in a white lab coat in the future with a stethoscope in hand? If becoming a doctor is your dream, the next one month will be extremely crucial for you. There are hardly 30 days left before NEET 2018. These 30 days will decide the course of your career in the future. It’s time to buckle up and double the efforts.

Every year, lakhs of students appear for NEET, but only a few of them succeed. It is hence evident that burning the midnight oil is not enough. Strategy is the heart of warfare, and cracking NEET 2018 is no less a battle. Here are a few strategies to help you to manage your preparations in the last one month before NEET 2018.

Study Planner

While dedication and commitment are crucial, studying for long hours is necessary and having an unsurpassed study plan is a must. Given below is a NEET study planner for the last 30 days. Follow the study planner to make sure that you are making the best use of your time in the final phase of preparation for the upcoming NEET exam.

Week 1





  • Centre of Mass
  • Circular Motion
  • Impulsel 
  • Electrostatics SHM Wave Motion
  • Atomic Structure
  • S&P Block Elements Chemical Ionic Bonding
  • Co-Ordination Compounds
  • Chemical Equilibrium and Chemical Kinematics
  • Transition Elements
  • Living World and Evolution
  • Photosynthesis in Higher Plants and Plant Kingdom
  • Environmental Issues and Respirations in Plants
  • Sexual Reproduction and Morphology in Flowering Plants
  • Principles of Inheritance and Variation
  • Ecosystem
Molecular Basis of Inheritance and Biological Classification

Week 2


  • Work, Energy, Power
  • Modern Physics
  • Alkyl Halides
  • Theory of Gases
  • Elasticity
  • Amino Acids, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids
  • Biotechnology Principles and Processes, Biotechnology and Its Applications
  • Cell Cycle and Cell Division, Structural Organization In Animals
  • Cell: The Unit of Life and Animal Kingdom
  • Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • Biological Classification

Week 3


  • Electrostatics
  • SHM Wave Motion
  • Laws of Motion
  • Polymers
  • Nuclear Chemistry
  • Extraction Thermodynamics
  • GOC
  • Human Reproduction
  • Reproduction in Organisms
  • Neural Control and Coordination
  • Chemical Control and Integration
  • Structural Organisation In Animals

Week 4


  • Gravitation
  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • EM Waves and AC
  • Capacitance Current
  • Gravitation
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Solid State
  • Mole Concept
  • Electrochemistry
  • Gaseous State


  • Reproductive Health
  • Human Health Diseases
  • Circulation of Body Fluids
  • Digestion and Absorption
  • Biomolecules


Time Management

Let’s say, ‘T’ is the Total Time you spend every day preparing for NEET. With just one month left to go, you have to spend at least 8 hours a day to revise what you have studied. Here is how you should divide your time in the final phase of preparation:


Total Time in Hand:

Time spent each day (T) = 8 hours

No. of days remaining (D) = 30 days

So, total no. of hours (TH) = T*D

                                             = 8*30

                                             = 240


Allocation of Time:

Time spent for revising Biology (TB) = TH/2

                                                                = 240/2

                                                                = 120


Time spent for revising Physics (TP) = TH/4


= 60


Time spent for revising Chemistry (TC) = TH/4

                                                                      = 240/4

                                                                      = 60


This NEET study planner is designed to show you the importance of dividing and prioritising lessons, so that you have enough time to go through all the important topics in your syllabus. Dividing your time strategically in this last one month will prove to be the key to crack NEET 2018.


Weightage of Chapters

Before plunging head on into preparations, it is important for students to understand the weightage of chapters so that they can allocate time accordingly. For details, refer to this table.


Most Important Biology Chapters (Botany)


Most Important Biology Chapters (Zoology)


Molecular Basis of Inheritance


Animal Kingdom


Plant Kingdom




Reproduction in Flowering Plants






Human Health and Diseases




Reproductive Health


Cell Biology


Human Physiology          


Biological Classification




Plant Anatomy





Expert Guidance

These expert tips and tricks will help you step up your preparations in the last one month before NEET 2018:

  • Take at least 6 full length tests (simulate NEET experience) = 3*6 = 18 hours
  • Analyse your mistakes and learn from them. This is very important; it ensures that students don’t repeat the same mistakes in the real exam.
  • Studying theory alone will be of little help. Students should try to solve as many solved examples as possible.
  • Go through the previous year question papers. Solving them will help students to clear concepts and get exam ready.
  • Divide the whole topic first into three parts: Strong zone, weak zone , moderate zone
  • Work on your strong zone more to fetch maximum marks
  • Divide the Biology syllabus into two parts:  Memory-based and concept-based
  • Make the NCERT textbook your Bible. Just by going through NCERT textbooks, students can easily achieve a score of 370–400.
Expert guidance along with the NEET 2018 study planner should be enough for students to prepare well in the last one month before NEET 2018. While studying, students must remember to take short breaks. These are very important, as prolonged periods of focused study can becoming brain-draining and dilutes the attention span. Students should also be mindful about their health and diet. The last thing you’d want right now is to fall sick. Don’t succumb to either peer pressure or distracting exam discussion. Simply work hard, and give it your best!

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