How many times did you revise your entire NEET syllabus before the exam?

How many times did you revise your entire NEET syllabus
before the exam?

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Different topics require different attention according to your
strengths and weaknesses.
Overall, I’d say I’ve revised everything as a whole about 4-5 times in
the last 1.5 months, but individual chapters at random times have
been revised a lot more times (depending on how I felt about a
particular chapter).
It is necessary to determine how much attention should be paid to a
particular chapter. Overall, for example, I felt that my physics was
strong. I didn’t spend much time revising/practicing physics once I
felt my physics mock test scores were maintained at 170-180. A
couple of theory chapters like Magnetism and Matter and
Semiconductors which I didn’t feel so confident about, I revised
many times (about 9-10, maybe?) through notes and questions. A
similar situation for physical chemistry.
On the other hand, I did not enjoy inorganic chemistry at all. Many
times I had to revise factual sections like block chemistry and
environmental chemistry. In fact, I also went through all my NCERT
Inorganic Chemistry notes on the exam day (really helped). The
total number of times I went through the notes in whole or in parts
must have been more than 10 times.
I also kept repeating biology over and over again. I used to pick a
chapter and read NCERT, class notes, my own NCERT notes (if
any) and solve MCQs. Once I covered all the chapters, I repeated
the exercises with special focus on the chapters I was unsure about.
Unfortunately memorizing detailed class notes was a bit of a waste.
So focus more on NCERT.
Finally, you need to repeat until you feel comfortable with the topic.
Stabilization of simulated test results is often a good indicator (when
you attempt subtests)

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