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NEET 2018: Last Minute Suggestions

By: Sakshi Awasthi on May 03, 2018

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is scheduled to be conducted tomorrow i.e. May 6, 2018. Today is the last day for your preparations and here are few suggestions to keep in mind before appearing for NEET 2018 examination:

NEET 2018: Last Minute Suggestions

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NEET Question Paper comprises of three subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. You will surely be having command over any of them. It's time to work on your stronger sections to obtain maximum marks in the examination.

The Question Paper will be carrying a mix of easy and tough questions. Don't waste much time on the questions which you find difficult, rather attempt those questions first in which you are confident.

Be focused while writing the exam and maintain your speed. You are required to answer 180 questions in 180 minutes, which is not an easy task. So, manage the time and don't lose your focus.

Keep revising again and again. The NEET Syllabus is quite enormous, you might forget the topics or get confused. Its advisable to revise all the topics thoroughly.

Stay calm and confident while answering the questions during the examination. Don't get confused and take a deep breathe wherever you find yourself stuck.

Don't ignore any topic with high weight. Here is a list of topics with high weight:

Subject

Important Topics with Weightage

Biology

  • Biological Classification – 6%
  • Cell Biology – 8%
  • Ecology – 12%
  • Genetics – 10%
  • Molecular Basis of Inheritance – 12%
  • Plant Kingdom – 12%
  • Reproduction of Flowering – 10%
  • Animal Kingdom – 7.5%
  • Biomolecules – 10%
  • Biotechnology – 7.5%
  • Human Health and Disease – 7.5%
  • Human Physiology – 40%
  • Microbes in Human Welfare – 7.5%

Physics

  • Electrodynamics – 23%
  • Heat and Thermodynamics – 12%
  • Mechanics – 29%
  • Optics – 12%
  • Waves - 9%

Chemistry

  • Inorganic Chemistry I – 18%
  • Chemical Bonding – 18%
  • Inorganic Chemistry II – 18%
  • Coordination Compounds – 9%
  • Organic Chemistry II – 29%
  • Carbonyl Compound – 9%
  • Physical Chemistry I – 16%
  • Physical Chemistry II – 14%

 

Appearing for NEET examination is like entering another phase of life. Don't stress yourself and strike your apprehensions by the way suits you, such as meditation, yoga, talking to friends, listening to music etc. Trust your potential and be sure that you can surely crack the examination.

***All the Best!***

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