NEET is one of the most difficult entrance exams in India for which Lakhs of students appear every year. Unfortunately, only a few hundred students can crack NEET and secure a seat in their desired medical colleges. Those who fail to crack the exam or do not get their desired score usually choose to reattempt the NEET Exam by dropping one year to solely prepare for the competitive exam.

We think this says a lot about the type of competition every aspiring medical student has to go through to fulfill his/her dream of becoming a good doctor. Whether you’re a class 11th student who’s just starting the NEET journey or a 12th student who’s going to appear for the NEET exam in the coming months, you all seriously need to buckle up. 

“An hour of planning can save you hours of doing”. This is why every NEET expert always tells you to plan out your NEET strategy before starting with your preparation. 

Step 1 – Understand the NEET Syllabus

Before making a study plan, you should be well aware of the syllabus for the NEET exam. There are four sections in NEET i.e. Chemistry, Physics, Botany, and Zoology, these sections are a part of NCERT class 11th & 12th syllabus. NCERT books are highly recommended for NEET as they help in laying the foundation for a basic understanding of every concept. 

  1. Create  A Doable Timetable 

Everything is in the air if you do not have a proper timetable. As a student, you have to attend your school while preparing for the competitive examination, not having a timetable will only harm you in the long run. For example, when you study a book- you look at the units, no. of chapters, no. of exercises, and then study everything in a sequence. Some tips to keep in mind while preparing your NEET study plan.

  • You know yourself better than anyone else, don’t blindly follow any timetable. Do your research and make modifications accordingly. 
  • Don’t forget to add breaks.
  • Keep your school and NEET Coaching Center hours in mind while drafting your study plan.
  • Plan your timetable as per the chapters.
  • Check the holiday list and plan your schedule as per that.
  • Keep some days for revision.


  1. Make Notes While Reading 

When you’re reading a new chapter, concept, or topic, make a habit of making notes side by side. These things will get imprinted in your mind, and you will be able to revise each concept very quickly when you’re short on time. 

  1. Sort out Which Subject Needs More Time


While you're getting ready for NEET, you should make yourself very much aware of each subject's problems level and commit your time appropriately. With regards to science, everything without a doubt revolves around the hypothesis and doesn't need decisive reasoning. It is just about recollecting current realities, logical names, outlines, definitions, and ideas. You ought to likewise be very much aware of the relative multitude of outlines, models, and ought to have the option to name them as needs be. A ton of inquiries in NEET depend on charts, so you ought to by heart every one of them.


Chemistry incorporates both hypothesis and useful applications, there are principally three pieces of science for NEET - Physical, Organic, and Inorganic science. Physical chemistry questions are more formula-based, so you should be well versed with all the formulas and types of questions. When it comes to organic chemistry, they’re solely based on a student’s learning. Get familiar with the occasional table, reconsider it consistently till you don't have it readily available.




Physical science

Physical science is the most troublesome subject in NEET, as every one of the inquiries in the inquiry paper is more recipe and application-based. You will require a lot of time for addressing the inquiries. To score well, you ought to be very much aware of the relative multitude of recipes and their applications. For this, you can rehearse an ever-increasing number of inquiries while you're contemplating.

Separating the subjects and points according to trouble level will help you in sorting out which needs additional time and more practice. It will help in your defining your boundaries the correct way so that you're not squandering your energy on something simply expected to be retained. You will likewise get to be familiar with your assets and shortcomings; you can chip away at them appropriately.

  1. Don't forget to read from NCERT Books 

If you talk to any NEET expert, the first book they will recommend is NCERT. We could not agree more as NCERT books are the foundation for anyone who's preparing for NEET. NCERT books are flooded with all the important topics, and concepts, their explanations along with accurate examples. If a student thoroughly studies NCERT books, he/she can easily solve most of the NEET Exam Questions.

  1. Tackle Previous Year Question Papers and Take NEET Mock Tests

As we have effectively talked about before, practice is critical when you need to break the NEET test. Earlier year question papers will help in understanding the sort of inquiries you should address while endeavoring the NEET test. In any case, on the off chance that you simply study and don't rehearse, you will invest in some opportunity to address the inquiries. This will diminish your possibilities of breaking NEET. Yet, assuming that you practice completely and examine every one of the slip-ups you made, you will want to get to know your flimsy spots. This will give you sufficient opportunity to practice and work on them before the genuine test.

Wrapping Up

We hope that the above study plan for NEET 2022 helps you in scoring well. We highly recommend you to not follow any Xyz study plan you see online, rather modify it to fit your own needs. Every student is different with a unique learning pattern, so anything which is not customized to suit you might only leave you confused.

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