Published: 20th December 2018
Check out the best strategies to create an effective timetable for NEET 2019
Your preparation for NEET 2019 would not be as useful if you do not practice the questions regularly. Here's a monthly timetable to help you do that
NEET is a national level entrance exam organised by NTA (National testing Agency) twice a year. It is held for students who want admission to medical and dental undergraduate programmes in government and private medical institutions across India. NEET 2019 is scheduled for May 5, 2019, through offline mode.
NEET is said to be one of the most difficult exams to crack. More than 13 lakh candidates appear for NEET at 2,225 centers across the country every year and the number has been on the rise every year. If you are planning to crack NEET at one go you must prepare and follow a robust study plan in order to acquire a seat in one of the top medical colleges in India.
Here we have come up with an exhaustive timetable and schedule for your NEET 2019 exam preparation.
In the NEET 2019 test, candidates have to attempt 180 questions within the duration of three hours. The test comprises of objective questions and cover topics from four subjects that are Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
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As the time constraint in the last few months is the biggest overhead for most of the students preparing for the exam, you must follow a well-defined and rigorous schedule to make it easy for you to study and clear the exam.
You should keep at least three days every week in each month mainly for the quizzes and solve previous year question papers for NEET, individually one day respectively for each subject. For instance, you might reserve Monday for Biology, Wednesday for Chemistry, and Saturday for Physics so that it is specific to quizzes and practicing questions only for that subject on those days.
We have made the following timetable assuming that every month contains around four weeks and the schedule is made for three months.
You can check out the timetable here.