How to Prepare for IIT JEE and NEET Both at the Same Time?

How to Prepare for IIT JEE and NEET Both at the Same Time?


You can study physics and chem they both are same for both but have a difference of difficulty level. Jee chemistry and physics are difficult so go for a good coaching in jee weather online or offline depending on availability. First of all think about your primary priority is it jee or neet. But if you want to prepare for both along side you need to go for a coaching in jee and separate biology lectures. As your physics and chem maths can be done by coaching and biology you can do separately. If you study for jee you have a benifit in neet that you can do physics and chemistry very easily but a disadvantage will be you will have to study biology too and managing both bio and maths at a time in scope of compitition is tough.

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Yes of course you can but first things first you have to take both maths and biology in 12th.

Coming to the preparation I would rather suggest you focus on any one of them so that you can
get better results in that particular exam.
But if you still wanna prepare for both then you have to be very precise with your
strategy. (Here by Jee I am only considering Mains and not Advanced)
Both bio and maths are not common so prepare for them as you like.

  1. For inorganic and organic stick to NCERT.That’s enough for both.
  2. For physical attempts any coaching staff. That would again cover both.
  3. For physics first go through NCERT then HCV and if you still get time then only
    consider any coaching stuff else not.
    Now coming to the difficulty level of questions
  4. Inorganic and Organic are nearly the same in both exams.
  5. Physical slightly tough in Mains.
    Physics is quite more tough in Mains as compared to NEET.
    Lastly for bio NCERT would be sufficient
    For maths, you need to first go through NCERT and then any coaching staff.

Plan ahead: Set a timeline for preparation for both exams, including a schedule for studying, taking mock tests, and reviewing mistakes.

Prioritize: Focus on the most important topics for each exam, keeping in mind their weightage and difficulty level.

Make effective use of time: Use downtime, such as commutes or breaks, to study or review notes.

Seek help: If you’re struggling with a particular topic, don’t hesitate to seek help from a teacher, tutor, or online resource.

Practice regularly: Regular practice and solving mock tests for both exams can help you identify areas of improvement and track progress.

Stay focused and motivated: Stay motivated and focused by setting achievable goals and rewarding yourself for reaching them.

Take care of your physical and mental health: A healthy mind and body are essential for effective preparation, so make sure to exercise regularly, eat well, and get enough sleep