How to Crack NEET in 1 Month | Best Preparation Tips for NEET Study

Important Tips to crack NEET

By Mohit ChauhanUpdated : Aug 4, 2020 , 19:12 IST
How to Crack NEET in 1 Month | Best Preparation Tips for NEET Study

Becoming a successful doctor has always been the dream of thousands of aspirants who prepare for NEET Exam every year. Realization of your dreams depends upon how you perform in the future decisive examination, and come up to your expectation. NEET may first look like the toughest exam, but believe, there is nothing under the sun which cannot be achieved strategy and hard work.

Will there be anything then to challenge your endurance about the exam? Thus to solve the problem thousands of educational sites claiming various books, our experts have brought you a strategy of one month, which has been readily adopted by many successful students so far. So why wait longer?

One Month Preparation Tips To Crack NEET

The following 1-month preparation strategy must be kept in mind which will help you to clear NEET exam and give your dreams the wings.






1st Week


Candidates must follow all Important Topics covered in all Subjects


2nd Week



3rd Week



4th Week

Revise Study & Question Answers with

For the sake of convenience, we have devised our plan to deliver a substantial progress at each stage. The not-so-motivated type of attitude will be a lag in this study schedule. So always feel motivated and work hard! Remember!

The strategy has been developed keeping in mind the proper caliber of average students to produce the maximum results in one months.

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Most Important Topics of NEET Exam

Time is less. So focus more on the important topic first. We do not say leave any topic you do not see here. At first focus on these topics. These topics have been highest marks fetching in recent years!

Most Important Topics for NEET 2018




Electronic Devices

Aldehydes, Ketones And Carboxylic Acids

Diversity in the living world



Human physiology

Heat and Thermodynamics

Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure 

Genetics and evolution


Chemical Kinetics

Biotechnology and its application

Laws of Motion

Coordination Compounds


Magnetic effect of Current and Magnetism


Structural organization in plants and animals

Oscillations And Waves

Organic Chemistry - Some Basic Principles And


Biology and human welfare


p-block Elements

Cell structure and functions


Redox Reactions

Ecology and environment




Complete Strategy To Cover The Syllabus Above!

Important Tips to Crack NEET

Now, when you have the syllabus and strategy, why to wait? Start following the key points given below and enjoy the taste of success afterward. Hope you follow them wholeheartedly!

1. Analysis of the NEET syllabus

To keep in mind, the complete NEET syllabus before starting any preparation makes you capable of managing the time accordingly. See the complete syllabus of NEET Exam and go through the heading of each and every topic and whether you have already studied the topic or not. Select the most important of the topics and the topics which you can cover easily. Keep other hard topics for the time if possible in the near future.

2. A Brilliant study plan to fight!

Until the commitment of hardships and promises be done, the goal is still far. Plan your time very well. Forget everything except studies for just one month. Schedule all your breaks, sleep cycle, study time within the boundaries of your timetable. Make sure you stick to it. Cover the syllabus properly. Mark the important points with pen and later revise them anywhere you get the time. Take the study sessions. For example, at least 3 study sessions of 3 hours each are required daily. You can cover three subjects in a day or a subject per day or a weak. It’s up to you.

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3. Productivity and Proactivity

Enthusiasm + Hard work (Directional)- Distraction = Success

Now don’t sit long for the sake of sitting. Participate in maximum. Grab the concept. Focus on why, how and when! Do quality study. Do not shift things on time. Do not take it lightly. The more you will use your brain, the more capable it will become. The best strategy to overcome your fear in any particular topic is to prepare it first before preparing anything else. This strategy is useful. Go-getter type of attitude is important. Just focus on studies when you study, this matters.

Always take out 20 minutes to revise everything that you have studied that day. Revision every day in must.

4. Take a glance over the topic of today!

Not knowing the depth of the pool you are going to swim in? Well, do not just study the topic. Understand it. Take a glance at what you are going to study today and set a time limit. At least take three sessions of 3 hours each. Understand the prospects of the day’s topic, its relevance as an examination perspective, the importance of topic, simplicity, etc. before moving on the study.

5. Commitment plus a challenge!

Don’t bother about failure. The path you are on is the most successful one. Ruthless study always pays. Commit to challenge the aim and to crack it. Stick to the strategy daily.

6. Use mind maps, Sticky notes to revise properly!

Analogies to remember what you have read 12 days ago will serve your purpose. For revision is the key, keep making mind maps, sticky notes or short notes and paste them on your wall if possible. Take a daily look at them. They will feed the topic in your subconscious mind and you will recall them better in the exam time. Remember 4 Rs off the study,

7. Practice makes a man perfect!

Solve as many mock tests for NEET as you can. Incubate the proper standards to the main exam and try to solve in exam-like conditions. Attempting sample mock tests will help you manage time and pressure during the actual examination. It is one of the best ways to gauge your skills and scope of improvement. You can easily analyse your strengths and weaknesses afterwards and can work upon them to improve.

All the best!

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