About managing revision

I want 600 marks I just completed my syllabus but don’t knw how to revise everything in one month and to give appropriate amt of test series pls guide me!!!

See everything is dependent on the revision strategy what you make from now on wards. It’s a bit hard to explain over here technically but I will help you make a schedule (take a session with me to learn better)
First of all know that you just have to study now that’s what is left make a schedule for 4 days to complete and divide topics accordingly. Give regular test series either once a week or twice as you like. If you cant complete all 4 subjects a day try with 3 or even 2 as you like accordingly but revision is must…
Mainly focus on learning part more inorganic organic and biology revise them again and again. Don’t compromise these 3 with other 2 at this moment.

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One of the most common worries for students is forgetting what they learned right before the exam. Imagine if your memory has finally given up, and exams are fast approaching; it’s time to shift gears. Revision is unquestionably essential to attain effective results. If you have the correct approach and determination for clearing the exam with an effective approach, these many months of preparation should suffice. You should create a NEET Revision Plan to properly review each idea and brush up on your fundamentals.

NEET is a national medical entrance exam that provides a stepping stone to several prestigious medical or dental colleges at UG courses. We have created an excellent NEET revision plan that will undoubtedly assist you in realizing your dream of studying MBBS or BDS at one of the country’s top medical schools.

Make Points
Make NCERT self-written notes. It is also advised to convert the paragraphs into short notes such as bullet points. Every learner is distinct and has a different style of learning. While studying, it is recommended that you write brief study notes. It’s an excellent strategy since different students grasp the same topic differently and write notes appropriately. Even if this is the correct method, pupils may miss some topics. The revision notes were created after a considerable investigation by subject-matter specialists. You can rapidly review the complete syllabus. These study notes have been written with each student’s needs in mind.

Take mock test
Students should begin by practising past years’ question papers & mock tests, according to NEET analysts and specialists at Embibe. This method aids students in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the exam format, exam difficulty level, types of questions asked, key concepts/topics, and so on. It’s usually a good idea to put yourself to the test after all of your studying, preparing, revising, and practising. You’ll be able to pinpoint your flaws and how to fix them.

Break the NEET syllabus into small chains
For their convenience, aspirants should break the complete NEET syllabus into small chains. Students are advised to take short rests in between modest chain revisions. A slight pause will help them improve their concentration and relax their minds.

Try to revise self-made short notes
Aspirants are encouraged to write their short notes. They must jot down the important concepts and equations from each chapter and remember them. It will assist students in memorising crucial NEET themes.

See at this point of you you should give as much as possible mock test as they help you to cover all the aspects of a particular things i.e from how many types a question can be asked

Divide your day in 3 phases i.e morning half should be for physics then take a break of one hour and then evening half for chemistry and night for biology…after 12 solve previous year question and mock test paper

After giving test analyze that test on that day itself and clear your doubts on which you are making mistakes and also clear your concept.

Solve approx.10 previous year question as the question asked in NEET are repeated .this also help you in getting idea and variety of questions asked .

Or any specific doubt you have you can take help from the mentors.