NEET 2019 preparation: Important books, topics and study plan from CONCEPTREE Learning

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As the NEET exam date comes closer, following a strategic preparation strategy is important. Here are some guidelines which can help the students to prepare well for NEET 2019 and get into the top medical colleges of India.

NEET 2019 

 With pre-board examination in most schools scheduled to be held in December-January, the preparation for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will take a backseat. However, if students follow a strategic preparation and right books, they can score well and get into the medical college of their choice. Here are some of our preparation strategies:

Scope from NCERT Text Books and Resources

A detailed study of the NCERT textbook is vital as each and every line of the book could entail important information. Studying from the NCERT is ideal for a thorough and comprehensive understanding of the concepts.

In addition to the NCERT books, students can also refer to the books given below in relation to NEET 2019 syllabus.




Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma

Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations – R. C. Mukherjee

Trueman’s Elementary Biology Volume – I and Volume – II

NCERT – Exemplars

Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Lee

Organic Chemistry – Morrison and Boyd

NCERT and NCERT– Exemplar

Past Year Archives from AIPMT/ NEET and Other Medical Examinations

NCERT – Exemplar

Past Year Archives from AIPMT/ NEET and Other Medical Examinations

Mock Tests and how to leverage the preparation from practicing through tests

The time after pre-boards is the ideal time for students to start taking mock tests as they are already done with their revision and are well versed with the syllabus. Mock tests serve as a mock drill or stage rehearsal before the final show. Along with that students can also solve previous year papers, sample papers etc as all of them serve the same purpose. We believe taking mock tests can help to strengthen student’s preparation method and build up confidence levels.

Moreover, students are able to analyse their scores and identify errors as well. Mock tests also help students to evaluate the time spent on each section. Ideally, students should start taking the mock tests three months before the exam so that they have ample time to work on mistakes which students commit repeatedly while taking the mock tests.

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