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The NEET syllabus is based on a 10+2 syllabus which includes Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.
We assume that you want to complete the entire curriculum in the next four months. So, here are some tips that you can follow to achieve your goal.
1- Divide the entire syllabus into 4 parts to dedicate one month to each part. Do not confuse several things at the same time and do not stick to one plan
2- Make sure that all the resources needed for the preparation are arranged. Here are some resources I recommend using
-> NCERT for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
-> DC Pandey for physical numerical exercise
-> MTG tips for biology
-> MTG tips for chemistry
These are the standard books preferred by most of the students competing in NEET.
3- Let NCERT be the Bhagavad Geeta (Take it seriously) for theoretical. Apart from NCERT, there is no need to refer to anything else for Biology and Inorganic Chemistry. Make sure you read all the lines. On the other hand, for Physics, make sure you practice all the solved questions from Physics NCERT.
4- Practice the MCQs of the above book as much as possible. Practice is something that can lift you from the bottom to the top.
5- Solve practice tests as much as possible. So you can check your progress at any time. And overcome your weaknesses
6- Find NEET papers from previous years to know the standards and difficulty of the paper.
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