Time table for last 2 months

What should be a proper time table for a person who wakes up at 8am? Especially for managing both boards and neet?

Hello Pryanshi…since you are preparing for boards as well as neet 2023, I assume you must have completed your boards syllabus and must be doing revisions.

I suggest that you should go for more and more question banks for both the exams in an organised way.

Since you get up at 8, it’s no big deal, you have to make sure that you get atleast 6-7 hours of sound sleep.

Next, just divide your time for practicing both the patterns…because they are very much different from each other.

You must dedicate atleast 5-6 hours for your boards preparation and not less than one previous year neet question paper…daily.

Don’t take it as a burden…solving a lot of questions is fun and it builts your concept even stronger.

You will definitely do wonders in your boards as well as neet if you dedicate your time sincerely.

All the very best.


Physics in NEET in just two months can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. Here are some tips that can help you prepare for Physics in NEET in two months:

  1. Make a Study Routine: Follow the 3-day Plan
    Go through the syllabus and divide the topics across the first 45–50 days. Keep in mind that you should not spend more than 3 days on a single chapter. It is advised that you complete the syllabus 10–15 days prior to the exam. Thus, the last 15 days will be helpful for you in revising the concepts.

  2. Take tough decisions: Don’t stick to easy topics or start new topics
    Always cover and be prepared with all the concepts of the NEET syllabus, and avoid any new topic at the end moment which is not on high priority for the exam or difficult topics which are taking a lot of time. Focus on the topics that you have studied earlier. Remember the basic formulae and review the questions asked in the previous year’s exams.

  3. Set your priorities
    Mark out the important topics and then prioritise the concepts which need to be completed. You will find important topics in the next section of this article. Try to work on the easier ones first, like Wave Optics and then move on to the difficult ones, like Thermodynamics & Mechanics. The most important topic from the class 11 syllabus is Mechanics, and from the class 12 syllabus Modern Physics, around 11–12, questions are asked from these chapters in NEET every year.

  4. Practice numerical problems
    Practice problems from NCERT books. Revise the formulas daily to improve your speed of problem-solving. Do short tricks for calculations to reduce the time taken.ese the

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