Subject wise strategy for NEET 2021 by Dr Rahul Chawla

For NEET, you got to cover all topics in all three subjects. Don’t leave any topic. You should know basics of every chapter so that you won’t get an easy question wrong.

Study NCERT completely line by line and revise at least 3-4 times. All diagrams, tables and
flow charts should be studied. Complement it with Biology @ your fingertips (new edition
coming soon). See previous years MCQs from any standard objective book. For
understanding core concept refer to any standard reference book/ coaching notes.

Read NCERT thoroughly. However it is insufficient and many of the concepts are not clearly
explained. For understanding concepts, follow a standard reference book or coaching notes.
In organic chemistry, understand reaction mechanisms and remember all important name

Understand text first. Your concepts should be crystal clear. PRACTICE questions regularly
from a standard objective book or coaching assignment. Get your doubts cleared there and
then. Mark hard questions so that while revision you can have a look at them. You should read text given in NCERT at least once. Mark important stuff which you can revise later on.
Also solve NCERT examples and questions in Physics. It will be helpful for your board
preparation as well. Droppers who haven’t solved NCERT before should not do it now. It will be not as productive for them.

Physics at your fingertips will be your companion throughout the course of preparation. Use it after you have covered the topic from standard
textbook/coaching notes. Mark additional lines in my book using space provided under ‘My
notes’ section or using stick on.

About Rahul Chawla

Doctor, Neurologist (MBBS, M.D, DM Neurology AIIMS New Delhi) Author of Physics @ your fingertips and Biology @ your fingertips. Writer of Hazaaron Khwaahishein (hindi novel). Website: Personal Blog:
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