Anu Parthiban|Dec 1, 2023
NEET Study Plan 2022: Prepare with systematic daily timetable
Best study timetable for NEET will boost the level of preparation. Plan your own daily NEET 2022 study timetable and prepare accordingly.
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET-UG 2022 on July 17. With only 2-3 months left in NEET 2022 exam date, aspirants should start preparing for the NEET exam strategically.
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Approximately 16 lakh students are expected to appear for NEET 2022 exam, this year, and since it is the only medical entrance exam in India, competition is fierce. There is no substitute for preparation with a proper study timetable for NEET 2022.
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During these last months of NEET 2022 preparation, it does not matter how many hours should a NEET student is studying, what matters is how effectively one is studying. A proper study plan for NEET 2022 will bring better results.
Before going to start the preparation according to the NEET study plan, aspirants must go through the detailed NEET 2022 exam pattern and the syllabus. As there are some latest changes in NEET exam pattern 2022, aspirants should prepare their daily study timetable for NEET 2022 accordingly.
Every NEET study plan should be modified according to the aspirant's preferences, however, the study timetable must have adequate time for each subject. For a better understanding, aspirants can go through the below-mentioned NEET 2022 study timetable, which has been suggested by experts.
Early morning studies are proven to be much more fruitful
Start your study latest by 9 in the morning
Divide each day into three parts
Start with some concepts of physics or chemistry
Start solving questions and time yourself while solving questions
At a stretch minimum, 2 hours is ideal before any break
Take a break for about 10-15 minutes and then begin the next session on the same subject for 2 hrs
Have lunch and a nap for 1 hour
All together break will be of 2 hrs
Now begin the second part i.e. Biology
Focus on concepts and then solve questions
Divide the second part into two slots. Each slot should be of one and half hours
Take a power nap of about half an hour
Go for a walk outdoors and relax (do not spend time watching TV) Focus is to rejuvenate yourself
Now begin the third part
Start solving papers and time yourself diligently
This should be for 2-3 hrs
Take rest and plan the next day subjects and have a good sleep
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An internal choice will be provided during the NEET 2022 exam, which means that instead of 180 questions from all subjects, students will be provided with 200 questions, out of which only 180 questions need to be answered like last year. The NEET 2022 exam duration has been increased to 200 minutes, which was 180 minutes previously.
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