How to cover Backlog

How to complete Backlogs effectively I am facing problem with physics and chemistry

If you are having backlog then from nowonwards try to complete that but also try to manage on going topics simultaneously

Here are some tips for effectively completing your backlog for NEET, specifically in physics and chemistry:

Set specific goals: Identify the topics you need to cover and set a deadline for completing them.

Make a schedule: Allocate specific time slots for studying physics and chemistry and stick to it.

Focus on understanding: Try to understand the concepts rather than just memorizing them.

Practice, practice, practice: Solve as many practice problems as possible to test your understanding.

Prioritize: Start with the topics that you are weak in and that carry more weightage in the exam.

Take regular breaks: It’s important to take regular breaks to avoid burnout.

Seek help: Don’t hesitate to seek help from teachers, friends or online resources if you are struggling with a particular concept.

Use flashcards: Make flashcards to help you memorize formulas, definitions, and key points.

Get feedback: Take regular mock tests and get feedback on your performance to identify areas for improvement.

Stay motivated: Stay motivated and remind yourself why you’re working so hard.

Remember, consistency and discipline is key to achieving your goal.


First of all you need to manage your daily schedule to study the back topics. For that I suggested my mentees to have 4 hours of their daily time exclusively for studying backlogs.
Studying 3 subjects in a day gets cumbersome so go for 2 subjects a day with appropriate number of chapters that you can actually do. Dont force yourself too much.
You need to watch the lectures of those chapters and then solve the solved examples first to get a good hold on questions. Then solve basic concept questions, then pyqs and then multi concept questions. This is the best way to complete a chapter.
Take a small diary in which you will be noting all the topics you will be studying for the day , this will motivate you to study and also keep a track of your progress.
Currently i would suggest you to focus on completing the syllabus because you have very limited amount of time.
If you are facing any trouble with schedule then you can contact me through sessions.
At last my suggestion to you is that use handbooks for revision of the topics after completion as they are very effective in saving your time.


Most of the students skip the present topics to complete backlogs, You don’t have to do that, You have to balance both the backlog and the ongoing topic in an efficient manner, Here is the strategy ::

-Divide your time of self study into three portions, One for Backlog, One for Ongoing topic and it’s question practise and other for Revision of previously done topics

-Divide your backlogs into small portions and complete a small portion each day

-Practise as many Questions as u can

-Give Proper Time to sleep and Eat Healthy Food

-Revise Important Topics through diagrams and flowcharts as much as u can

So this was all from my side, for better insight into all of your queries regarding preparations, Get one to one mentorship @Team_Exprto

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  1. Create a list of your NEET backlog topics and chapters.

The most important thing to start with is making a list of your NEET backlogs. You need to know what you’re missing to complete them first. Therefore, make a list of all your backlogs and then mark them in the order you want to achieve them. Always follow a pattern and sequence. Thus, mark them in the order you wish to finish based on difficulty level or weightage in the NEET exam.

  1. Create a timetable with a list of your NEET backlog topics.

In your timetable for NEET exam preparation, allot specific times to your backlog topics and be deterred that you will finish that backlog topic on that day. In the list of all your NEET backlogs, mark them for specific days and then complete them on those days according to the allotted time in your created timetable. Do not try and complete all backlog topics in one day because it will only create confusion and panic. Therefore, try and pick up some topics daily and complete them at specific times. The main thing to do here is to be determined to follow your timetable. Also, don’t be distracted from your ongoing topics because of the backlogs. Pick the backlog topics at the end of the day.

  1. Stop creating new backlogs.

Now is the time to stop procrastinating. Do not compromise on your current topics because of your NEET backlogs. Therefore, don’t skip classes or don’t lessen the time for a current topic for the leftovers. Or it’s only going to end up becoming a new backlog. Create proper notes and follow the timetable to start working on your backlogs at the end of the day.

  1. Find a better way to complete NEET backlogs.

You must have had some reason for leaving and skipping a particular topic. However, there isn’t enough time now to ignore or procrastinate on topics. Now, you need to find a better way to quickly & easily understand the topic. As NCERT is the most important textbook for NEET preparation, you need to have a stronghold of concepts through that book.

  1. Study some more & give your extra time to backlogs.

There is no such thing as too much studying when it comes to NEET exam preparation. You need to increase your study hours now more than ever. We know you’re doing your best, but to complete your NEET backlogs, you need to increase time to your study hours. Since you can’t compromise on your current ongoing topics, you will have to increase your study time to do and manage both. Additionally, skip meaningless things and give that extra time to your NEET backlogs. Think about how good you will feel once you complete all your backlog topics. That thing you missed won’t come to your mind at all. Thus, if you reserve extra time on your backlogs, your regular studies won’t affect at all.

  1. Don’t pile up the doubts.

You have doubts and questions while solving questions? Clear them then and there. Ask your teachers or a friend to help you. If you pile up on all your doubts together, it will backfire because the concept won’t be strong, and you will not be able to proceed further. Hence, the backlog. Thus, try clearing your doubts as soon as possible to avoid creating more NEET backlogs

  1. Start with the basics and build a strong foundation in all subjects.
  2. Make a study schedule and stick to it.
  3. Identify your strengths and weaknesses.
  4. Focus on the topics that you find challenging.
  5. Use textbooks, notes, and online resources to study.
  6. Practice previous year question papers and sample papers.
  7. Take online mock tests regularly.
  8. Analyze your test results and identify areas for improvement.
  9. Revise important topics daily.
  10. Solve practice problems regularly.
  11. Seek help from teachers or online tutors if needed.
  12. Attend doubt clearing sessions and review classes.
  13. Participate in discussion groups and study groups.
  14. Stay focused and avoid distractions.
  15. Get enough sleep and eat healthy.
  16. Manage stress and avoid burnout.
  17. Stay updated with the latest exam pattern and syllabus.
  18. Use mnemonics and memory techniques to remember facts and formulas.
  19. Focus on accuracy and speed in your practice.
  20. Keep practicing until you feel confident in all subjects.

Short motivation - There is nothing u can’t do. There was a time when Shakespeare had to learn letter just like us, Einstein couldn’t tie his own shoe laces till the age of idk but for a long time; what is want to say is, he was also dumb. It’s all about how much time n hardworking we r giving, only this matter. Nothing is impossible.

Here are some points

  1. Prioritize subjects based on weightage and difficulty level.
  2. Use relevant study material and revision notes.
  3. Set daily targets and work on them consistently.
  4. Take online tests and practice previous year papers.
  5. Solve problems from different sources for better understanding.
  6. Get help from teachers or online resources for complex topics.
  7. Make a revision plan for the month before the exam.
  8. Stay focused and avoid procrastination.
  9. Identify your weak areas and work on them regularly.
  10. Stay motivated and focused on your goal.

Make a study timetable having specific time for backlog topics.
Don’t make your present topic as the new backlog.
Stay calm and don’t panic.
Prepare small achievable targets which include both fresh studies and backlog.
Increase your study hours.
Give all your extra time to backlogs