How to cover back log

How to cover back log

First of all what you need to do is access your back log topics.
Then you will be needed to work on a schedule to complete it and also study your current topics.
So if you are enrolled in a coaching (offline/online) give 6 hours for your coaching classes/lectures then you need to give 2 hours to revise the stuff you learnt in coaching, then additional 4 hours will be needed to just study the backlogs.
This is the basic framework of the schedule and you may change it according to your daily routine but the proportion should be same.
To study the backlogs you need to watch the lectures, then solve the solved examples to get an exposure of the questions, then go for basic questions and then PYQs. This is the best way to complete the chapters, then while revising you need to solve the questions under a certain time limit just like your exam which will enhance your speed and retention power.

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  1. Focus On What’s Currently Going On In Class

If you have a backlog of a few different topics and subjects, meanwhile the chapters that are currently being discussed in your class are different, you won’t be able to focus on any. It is better to concentrate on what is going on in the present rather than trying to study everything at once. Doing so will only increase your backlog, and you will only regret it later.

  1. Divide Your Days & Make a Schedule

Do not study two subjects or two chapters in a day, instead make a weekly or monthly schedule along with dedicated hours. Devote 2 – 3 hours to each chapter or subject. You can also divide the subjects into weeks and clear all backlogs subject-wise. If you can’t give 2-3 hours each day to backlogs, we would suggest you at least.

  1. Patience Is The Key, Trust The Process to Prepare

Thinking you can clear your months-long backlog in a few days? Just think realistically, it took months to pile up, you won’t be able to finish it in days or weeks. Don’t lose hope in the middle, and drop the idea rather promise yourself that no matter how you will do it.

  1. Avoid Group Studies During Preparation

Group studies are a great way to widen your horizons and clear your doubts. But if they’ve covered more chapters or topics than you, you will eventually feel left out and lose confidence. So, it’s best to avoid them if you are not at the same pace. You can start group studying once you have cleared your backlogs.

  1. Divide Topics into Categories

We know that diving topics into categories might seem daunting but you will thank us later. Firstly list the chapters along with a detailed list of all the topics which have been covered in those chapters. Then divide them into categories, first the topics you are aware of, then the topics you have a gist of followed by the topics you have no idea about. Now you can either sit with your tutor or teacher and ask them to mark the most important topics on the list.

Catching up on a backlog in NEET preparation requires a structured and focused approach. Here are some effective methods for doing so:

  1. Prioritize Topics: Make a list of all the topics you need to cover and prioritize them based on their importance and difficulty level. Focus on the most critical topics first and allocate more time to them.
  2. Create a Study Plan: Create a study plan that outlines the topics you need to cover each day or week. Make sure you stick to the plan and allocate enough time to each topic.
  3. Use Effective Study Materials: Use high-quality study materials such as textbooks, notes, practice problems, and video lectures. Utilize different study materials to gain a comprehensive understanding of each topic.
  4. Practice Regularly: Regular practice is essential for success in NEET. Make sure to practice regularly and attempt as many practice questions as possible. This will help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and improve your speed and accuracy.
  5. Seek Help from Teachers or Tutors: If you are struggling with a particular topic, seek help from a teacher or tutor. They can provide guidance, answer your questions, and provide additional resources that may help you.
  6. Stay Motivated: Covering a backlog can be a challenging task, but it is important to stay motivated. Set achievable goals, track your progress, and reward yourself when you reach each goal.
  7. Stay Focused: Avoid distractions and stay focused on your goal. Avoid procrastination, maintain a positive attitude, and keep your focus on the end goal.

By following these methods and dedicating yourself to your preparation, you can catch up on your backlog and achieve success in the NEET examination.