Give me Revision tips

How we do revision+ NCERT reading + regular class

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For revision I would say revise from your notes and solve questions as you solve questions it gives you confidence that you know the concept and revise those topics which you are not able to solve the questions. For NCERT just revise NCERT for biology, inorganic and organic chemistry highlight important points first time when you read it and next time just revise those highlighted points and there are some important points which are not in NCERT so for that use sticky notes or you can mention those points in your NCERT itself and try to revise formulas and flashcards in your free time.
And to cutout your backlogs try to solve the question of the topic you have taken lecture on the same day itself.
And on Sundays try to revise all the things you have studied in last 6 days
Even after that you have any problem welcome to Exprto mentors will help you to solve your doubts give you rapid revision techniques and will make you a proper time table…

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Revise theory, Questions practice,solve previous year paper, until you feel confident…

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  • Study one chapter from every subject at least a day
  • As you don’t have too much time left, focus ONLY of NCERT books right now. Do not waste time reading other reference books as you will get confused. Your goal is to crack NEET, not to know it all
  • For Biology, 90 % Biology questions are framed directly or indirectly from NCERT textbooks So read and revise a chapter each day from your Biology NCERT book
  • Focus on NCERT textbooks and revise regularly for inorganic chemistry as well
  • For Organic Chemistry, focus more on the theory part and regularly practice MCQs
  • Memorize all formulas & applications for Physics practice with multiple choice questions
  • For Chemistry & Physics, read and memorize the important formulas and their relations
  • Study each chapter in details and develop a thorough understanding of the concepts
  • Focus more on Biology as 90 questions come from this subject, while only 45 questions come from Chemistry & Physics
  • Avoid all distractions at any cost like social media, TV, hanging out with friends etc
  • Avoid taking tuitions during this time as the final phase is solely for self-study
  • Make sure to have 7-8 hours of sleep every day and follow a healthy diet. Never ignore your health
  • Have a positive attitude and do not waste your valuable time worrying about unnecessary things
  • Remind yourself of your dream of becoming a doctor and motivate yourself on a daily basis

It’s not possible to clear 2020 without proper revision. If you are appearing for board exam now then you must focus on biology part. Then next month, that’s April onward you must study hard for physics and chemistry.

To have proper preparation along with revision. You must these steps strictly.

  • Finish your NCERT books, as they will help in creating your base. Try to cover the entire 11th and 12th NCERT syllabus for your exam.
  • Try to bifurcate your time equally among all subjects. Instead of focusing on a single subject, try to prepare all subjects in a methodical manner. Decide a time limit and try to finish all your subjects before that time.
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