What should I do ? Now I am in class 11th and I want to crack NEET in 2023 how should I study?

What should I do ? Now I am in class 11th and I want to crack NEET in 2023 how should I study?


Good to hear that you are conscious about your NEET preparation from class 11th. So you have sufficient time for NEET preparation. I would suggest you for taking advise from NEET mentors as they can guide you properly. Many students start their preparation and work hard without strategy and get some mistakes. So if you take guidance from experts then you can utilise preparation time appropriately. First you need to know the whole syllabus of NEET. Take small steps. Start your preparation from basics then study the chapters thoroughly. While reading make notes. Writing helps to recall the things. Go through previous years question papers. Then in your last stage of preparation give mock tests as much as possible.


NCERT is not a newspaper that you can read and move on. It is loaded with concepts that you’ll have to unravel along the way. For instance - You’ll have to understand how bryophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms reproduce. You can’t just read and not soak up the essence of these beautiful concepts and then hope to answer the questions correctly.

Talking about concepts, there are times when we can’t understand them ourselves when we self-study. At that point, we need someone experienced to guide us through complex things because being stuck ends up wasting a lot of our precious time. That is where Filo comes in. It will connect you to a tutor for a live 1 on 1 learning session within 60 seconds. You don’t have to wait for your class/ coaching or the right time to discuss things with your teachers. Filo is available 24x7 for you. Discuss things instantly with the subject-matter experts and get answers to all your queries.

A Pinch of Rote Memorization

Now there are some parts that are not very logical. It is what it is. So, don’t waste your time finding logic in all things. I will explain this with examples.

For instance, Morphology of Plants - you have to learn a ton of examples here, with characteristics of different inflorescences. Some of the topics stated below can be easily forgotten

Morphology of Plants
Anatomy of plants
Animal Kingdom
Plant Kingdom
Microbes in human welfare
Strategies for enhancement of food production
Tables in Biomolecules (don’t skip them, they’re so important)
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Now, some of us just hate rote learning, me being one of them. Let’s see how to handle this.

Rote Memorization 101 -

I extracted all the keywords, examples, etc, and wrote them on a sheet of paper. Then, I pasted them on my room wall. My landlady was definitely not happy when she saw the walls covered with Bio notes. I guess, she feared Bio too. Jokes apart.

Think of it this way when you meet someone new, it may take some time for you to remember that person’s name but the more you interact with that person, you become familiar. It comes naturally to you. You don’t have to sit and learn that person’s name or take notes. This is what you need to do to memorise things in Bio.

You need to read the notes every day, either after getting up or before going to sleep. You will have to follow this like a ritual. It’ll take a lot of time initially but as you keep progressing, it won’t take you more than 20 minutes to revise the whole subject.
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