How many hours should a NEET aspirant study physics?
There is still a long way to go until NEET 2024. You can follow these tips for NEET 2024 preparation:-
Always start your NEET preparation with the proper study schedule. Don’t Neglect NCERT at any cost. Not only for Biology, you have to go thoroughly for both Physics & Chemistry also.
Must prepare short notes. Try to understand the concepts, rather then memorize them. Revise them thoroughly. Don’t neglect practice questions After done with NCERT, Practice Mock Tests & PYQs through the best book includes ‘Solved Year Papers’ and Chapter-wise tests with Explanations’, and the book series is, NEET 35 Years Chapter-wise Solutions with NCERT Page-wise Reference and Topper’s Approach - Physics, Chemistry and Biology of AV Publication.
Always take help from NEET online preparation course, if you find any difficulty in any topic or any doubt pops up.
Watch your weaker & stronger concepts. Try to improve them.
Always keep focus on your accuracy, try to increase them.
Secondly, you are weak in Physics and Chemistry … for that, you can follow below tips properly:-
NCERT textbook is important for Physics for the strong conceptual base and after NCERT
Absolute clarity in the concepts of Physics comes from practice. Solve lots of questions. Start from easy questions then go higher up.
Prepare Mini Notebook for formulas and try to derivate them.
Practice conceptual problems. Look at the problems that connect theoretical physics with everyday life. Your analytical skills will be tested in the resolution of the issues.
Be careful about the signs (-ve and +ve) and units while solving Physics problems. Strictly avoid calculation mistakes.
The concepts of Chemistry rely on understanding units, converting, and interacting between atoms and molecules.
To understand the basic concepts of Chemistry, Go through the NCERT Textbook twice and thrice. By understanding the concepts it will be easier to memorize other things.
Organic chemistry requires an in-depth understanding and additional reading.
Read NCERT carefully first. Understand the process and exemptions. In Physical Chemistry, read a chapter from NCERT, and prepare class notes. When you are finished with the chapter, write all the equations of the chapter in a notebook for quick reference while solving problems. Solve questions to see how strong your concept is.
Complete NCERT thoroughly and you’ll get your basic footing in Inorganic Chemistry. Make precise notes for each chapter.
There is no fixed timing for each subject which should be allotted in a day. Rather than timing you should focus on completion of the topics, like if you are going to study physics make sure you complete a chapter or a part of the chapter and also solve the numericals related to the topic which you studied. With this you wont be leaving any part of your study for later and you will also have a record of your topics which you have completed which will also help you in your revision process.
Remember that this can be applied to all subjects! Choose a day’s target in the morning according to your capacity and then work accordingly…make sure that you complete the topics with theory-solved examples-exercises which is the most effective way.
Dont leave any of the three for later and expect that you will complete it later.