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NEET 2022 Preparation Tips: Best Study Plan to ACE the Exam

  • ALLEN Overseas
  • May 12, 2022
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Medical aspirants need to buckle down and polish up their NEET 2022 preparation as NTA is going to announce the registrations and exam date soon. Tentatively, the exam will be held on 17 July 2022, and with just a little more than 3 months left, questions like how to prepare, where to begin, and what to study, are plaguing students’ ambitious minds striving to crack the toughest pre-medical entrance exam of the country. To help aspirants, here we present an effective 3 months study plan for NEET 2022 to ace your exams with your dream AIR.

NEET 2022 Examination:

NEET 2022 Exam Pattern:

First thing first, before you begin your exam preparation, you need to understand the exam pattern to strategize your NEET 2022 preparation accordingly:

Exam Name NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)
Exam Date 17 July 2022 (Tentative)
Duration 3 Hours
Mode Offline (Pen-Paper based examination)
Medium Hindi, English, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Odia, Assamese, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada
Question type Objective (Multiple Choice Questions with 4 options and 1 correct answer)
Total number of questions 200 (Physics 50, Chemistry 50 & Biology 100)
Total number of questions to be attempted 180 (Physics 45, Chemistry 45, & Biology 90)
Total marks 720
Marking Scheme +4 marks for every correct answer

Negative Marking (-1 marks for every incorrect answer)

0 marks for every unattempted question

NEET 2022 Preparation Tips:

  • Create a study plan and stick to it: Students aspiring to crack NEET 2022 exam need to create a robust study plan and follow it diligently. With just 3 months remaining, you need to direct your complete attention and focus on your studies. Here are a few pointers you need to consider while preparing your NEET 2022 strategy:
    • Identify the topics carrying high weightage from all three subjects and give preference to them. Prepare them first, then move on to the other topics.
    • Focus more on your difficult areas. Learn, revise and practice them again and again till you feel confident about them.
    • Study all three subjects/ different topics in a day to avoid boredom.
    • Find your peak productivity time, some students prefer to study early in the morning while others prefer to study late at night. Identify your preference and customize your study plan accordingly.
    • Take regular and refreshing breaks between your study sessions to increase productivity.
    • Follow a healthy routine, eat nutritious food, drink plenty of water, take enough sleep, and practice yoga or meditation in the morning to keep your mind and body healthy for the exam.
  • Revise your SMART notes: In the beginning, you must have prepared SMART notes like flashcards, flowcharts, mind maps, diagrams, short summaries, etc. it’s time to revise them thoroughly. You can also use visual aid or video lectures for topics you are experiencing difficulty in understanding. Revising your notes will save your time and help you in memorizing concepts better for quicker recall during the examination.
  • Follow NCERT: NTA loves NCERT, therefore as a medical aspirant, you should too. Most of the questions asked in the NEET examination are directly or indirectly related to NCERT solutions, therefore it is critical to prepare the NCERT curriculum thoroughly. Furthermore, students must consult a variety of supporting books and study materials to expand their knowledge and improve their problem-solving abilities. They should not, however, neglect the NCERT.
  • Solve previous year’s question papers: Many times, it has been observed that the previous year’s questions are repeated in the NEET examination, therefore aspirants should solve the previous year’s question papers. It also helps students comprehend the NEET exam pattern, question structure, and competitiveness of the exam. To boost your preparation, try to answer all of the questions within the prescribed NEET time limit.
  • Take regular mock tests: After finishing your syllabus, students need to take as many mock tests as possible to brush up their exam preparation. By taking mock tests, you can test your knowledge and identify the gaps in your preparation to rectify. Mock tests allow students to get acquainted with the question format and exam setting. Students must understand the question pattern, language, and how they must respond. In addition, with timed mock tests, students can improve their time management abilities by knowing how much time they have to commit to a single question. Taking regular mock tests will improve your problem-solving skills and enhance your confidence for the exam.

Sample 3 Month Study Plan for NEET 2022:

Sample Time Table (Monday – Sunday):

5 AM – 5:15 AM Wake Up & Freshen Up
5:15 AM – 6:15 AM Study Physics
6:15 AM – 6:30 AM Breakfast
6:30 AM – 8:30 AM Study Physics
8:30 AM – 8:40 AM Break
8:40 AM – 10:00 AM Study Physics
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Break/ Shower & Snack
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Study Chemistry
11:30 AM – 11:40 AM Break
11:40 AM – 1:10 PM Study Chemistry
1:10 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch/ Break
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Study Chemistry
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Rest & Sleep
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Study Biology
6:00 PM – 6:10 PM Tea/Snack Break
6:10 PM – 7:30 PM Study Biology
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Dinner/Walk
8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Study Biology
9:30 PM – 9:40 PM Break
9:40 PM – 10:00 PM Revise Physics/Practice Questions
10:00 PM – 10:20 PM Revise Chemistry/Practice Questions
10:20 PM – 10:40 PM Revise Biology/Practice Questions
10:40 PM – 5:00 AM Sleep

Sample Month-wise study plan for NEET 2022 Preparation:

For First Month: Study plan for April Month:

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
1st week Electrostatics

Current Electricity

Some basic concepts of chemistry

Atomic Structure

Periodic Table

Genetics (Principles of inheritance & variations)

Genetics (Molecular basis of inheritance)


2nd week Ray optics and optical instruments

Wave optics

Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics

Chemical Equilibrium

Ionic Equilibrium

Reproduction In Organism

Human Reproduction

Sexual Reproduction in floweing plants

3rd week Modern Physics- 1,2,3

Semiconductor and Digital electronics

Chemical Bonding

Real Gases

Redox Reaction

Biology in human welfare

Organism & Environment and demography

4th week Capacitor

Alternating Current

Hydrogen and It’s Compound


Origin and evolution of life

Strategies for enhancement in food production

For Second Month: Study plan for May Month:

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
1st week Magnetic effect of current electricity and magnetism

Electromagnetic induction

Solid state



Diversity in the living world

Biomolecules (Protoplasm)

2nd week Basic mathematics used in physics

Physical world, units and dimensions & errors in measurements

Halogen derivatives/Helo-alkane & arene

Alcohol, Phenol and Ether

Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acid

Morphology of flowering plants

Anatomy of flowering plants

Plant physiology

3rd week Kinematics

Newton’s law of motion

s-Block Elements

p-Block Elements, Boron and Carbon Family


Animal Kingdom

Structural Organisation in animals (Animal Tissue)

4th week Work, Energy & Power

Circular motion

Classification & Nomenclature


Cell Biology

Periplaneta (Cockroach)

For Third Month: Study plan for June Month:

Weeks Physics Chemistry Biology
1st week Center of mass & collisions

Rotational motion

Reaction Mechanism-1

Reaction Mechanism-2

Environmental chemistry, purification methods, Qualitative Analysis

Digestion and Absorption

Breathing & Exchange of gases

2nd week Gravitation

Electromagnetic waves

Chemical Kinetics

Surface Chemistry

Human health and diseases

Movement and locomotion-1 (Muscle)

Movement and locomotion-2 (Skeletal System)

3rd week Wave motion & doppler’s effect

Oscillations (SHM)

Coordination Compounds


Neural control and coordination

Chemical coordination and regulation

4th week Thermal Physics

Properties of matter & Fluid Mechanics

Nitrogen containing compound (amines)

Biomolecules, Polymer & chemistry in everyday life

Body fluids and circulation

Excretory products and their elimination

4th Month (1 July-15 July):

  • Revise your full syllabus and important topics/concepts
  • Solve previous years’ question papers in a real exam-like scenario
  • Take regular mock tests and work on your mistakes / weak areas

Subject-wise study tips:

For Physics NEET 2022: For NEET aspirants, Physics is the most difficult subject because questions of this section are based on the concept and formula application. Hence, candidates spend a significant amount of time answering physics questions. Aspirants must memorize all of their concepts, applications, and formulae. The only way to get a good grade is to practice as many questions as possible.

At the same time, you can categorize the subjects and topics based on their level of complexity. It will assist you in determining which topic requires more time and attention. Also, figure out your strong and weak areas as well, and improve on them accordingly.

For Chemistry NEET 2022: Chemistry includes three sections:

  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

Physical chemistry questions tend to be more formula-based, so you should be familiar with all of the formulae applications and question forms.

Inorganic chemistry is considered as the most scoring section.

If a candidate thoroughly knows each concept, they will almost certainly receive full marks. Learn the periodic table and review it every day until you can’t forget it.

Organic chemistry is solely based on students’ learning and understanding. This part usually has direct questions, so revise and re-revise all the chemical reactions and chemical names until you’ve learned them all by heart.

For Biology NEET 2022: Biology is all about theory and does not necessitate critical and analytical thinking skills. Facts, concepts, definitions, diagrams, scientific names, etc. all must be memorized thoroughly. You’re halfway there if you understand all of the diagrams and can label them appropriately. Keep in mind that many of the questions in the NEET exam are based on NCERT diagrams, so you must memorize all of these diagrams.

Use these study tips and sample study plan to ace your NEET 2022 preparation. However, we advise you to create and customize your own study plan based on your strengths and weaknesses. Every student learns in a unique way, so you’ll need to tailor your study plan to fit your learning style. ALLEN Overseas – the premier coaching institute for NEET, JEE, and competitive exam preparation wishes good luck to all the NEET aspirants for their exams.

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