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NEET 2024 Exam Guide – All About NEET 2024


NEET UG 2024
will be held on 5th May 2024. This year NMC(National Medical Commission) has revised the syllabus, but the exam will be held by NTA only. 9 Chapters of Chemistry, 6 Chapters of Biology and few topics of Physics have been reduced from NEET Syllabus 2024.

Those who are 17 years of age and pass 12th with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English with 50% marks in PCB/Biotech(40% for OBC, SC, ST, PWD) are eligible to appear for NEET 2024.


Following are a few expert strategies to crack NEET 2024:

Following NCERT – The biggest mistake for NEET preparation is not following NCERT Books and emphasising on other material. NCERT must be thoroughly covered before following any other books or material.

Focussing on all subjects – Students think that if they focus on the subject with maximum weightage, it can bring higher scoring. But this is their biggest mistake. There is no subject wise cut off in NEET, but then also you need to perform in all the 3 subjects to attain the best score. Only preparing for Biology or Chemistry, will not solve the purpose.

Studying relevant and exam oriented material – Since NEET is a tough exam, students have this misconception that studying from more books will make them well prepared, which is not the case. It is better to follow specific material alongwith NCERT and do it 3-4 times, rather than doing from various books.

PYQ’s – Solving a complete PYQ without full coverage of the syllabus is dangerous, as you may get demotivated if you get a low score. Only after you have fully covered a topic and done sufficient practice on it, do the PYQ’S from that topic, to gain the maximum edge.

Mock Tests – Mock exams are a must before the actual exam. You must take ample number of tests before your real exam. If you avoid test papers because of the fear of low scores, you will never be able to develop the right temperament to face the real exam with full confidence.

Self study schedule – If you don’t prioritise your studies and don’t do your self study regularly with full focus, no sort of guidance or coaching can help you. You have to forego the diversions, and utilise your time effectively.

Doubt Solving – NEET is a tough exam, subject wise as well as number of seats wise. So, be prepared to face academic as well as psychological difficulties. So, never hesitate to ask teachers, parents or friends for help. It will help you in keeping your interest alive and lighten your pressure too.

Revision – Time management and revision of syllabus is must. So, better cover the syllabus on time. It will help you proceed with confidence.