NEET (national eligibility cum entrance test) is not just an exam but a point for which lakhs of aspirants are working hard. So, to beat the heated competition, along with hard work, you will also need a mindmap and a well-planned timetable for NEET preparation.
As the dates for the NEET examination 2023 have yet to be released, you have enough time to go through the whole syllabus along with mock tests and solving question banks. And for this, a strong timetable for NEET preparation is recommended to help you prioritise, set targets, get clarity and manage time effectively. And remember, if a timetable and time management can not give you stress management, it is of no avail.
Time Table For NEET Preparation
Note: The timetable provided can be modified according to your convenience, considering your coaching time and other things.
Time Table for school-going aspirants
|5:00- 6:30 AM||Solve question bank and MCQs|
|6:30-7:00 AM||Get ready for school|
|7:30-1:30 PM||Basic school timing (you can modify it according to your needs)|
|2:00-3:00 PM||Take a break, get a power nap and have your meal|
|3:00-6:00 PM||Get your assignments, notes and coaching modules and question bank solved.|
|6:00- 9:00 PM||Online coaching (can be adjusted according to your preferred time)|
|9:00-10:00 PM||Dinner and break time|
|10:00-11:00 PM||Revise the syllabus you have covered in a day and prepare notes. Also, organise your study table at the end.|
Time Table if you are doing your private school
|5:00-6:00 AM||Wake up, do everyday essentials, meditate|
|6:00-11:00 AM||Solve MCQs, miscellaneous questions and study your notes|
|11:00-12:00 AM||Take a break and get relaxed|
|12:00-3:00 PM||Make your homework, assignment and study notes|
|3:00-4:00 PM||Have your afternoon meal and get a power nap|
|4:00-5:00 PM||Revise previous day’s coaching notes and mark doubts so that you can clear it out later in class|
|5:00-6:00 PM||Take a break, have some tea or go for a walk|
|6:00-9:00 PM||Coaching time|
|9:00-10:00 PM||Dinner time, you can also take a break here.|
|10:00-11:00 PM||Revise the whole syllabus you have covered in a day and prepare notes. Also, organise your study table at the end.|
|11:00 PM||Have a good sleep|
By A Topper.
The below-given timetable is the daily schedule of a NEET 2021 student who scored 685 and AIR 685. The topper’s name is Sumit Nahak. He had shared a timetable in one of the guest posts that he used to follow when he was an aspirant.
|7:40-9:00||He used to solve physics numericals with a fresh mind. He suggested going for something other than theory at this time.|
|9:30- 11:00||Biology revision time|
|11:00-12:00||Chemistry question paper solving and going through physical NCERT book|
|12:00-1:30||Lunch, watching TV and mobile|
|1:30-3:00||Revision and mock test solving of biology|
|3:00-5:00||Inorganic portion of chemistry|
|5:00-6:15||He used to listen to songs with snacks to get relaxed|
|6:15-8:30||Continuing with the biology revision|
|8:30-10:30||Dinner time along with watching T.V. He also shared that he has not missed any episode of his favourite show even after tight study schedule|
|10:30-12:30||Physics formula revision and 30 minutes to physics NCERT reading. Ending the day by giving one hour to organic chemistry.|
|12:30||Sleep. He said before sleep; he used to manifest himself in his dream college.|
Tips to Follow Along with the Time Table
- Before executing the timetable, it is essential to set your subject-wise priorities so that practical and theoretical subjects can be given rationalised attention.
- Getting at least 6-7 hours of sleep is very important, so you can’t compromise your health.
- Make sure that your study table is appropriately organised.
- Remember to rest at least 15-20 minutes after every 1 hour of study.
- You can also make a to-do list, as it can create a practical mind map and a sense of responsibility.
- Use a highlighter for important topics, and remember to prepare notes. It helps in quicker learning and revision at the last minute.
- Only study for a little longer hours without any breaks as it decreases the chances of long-lasting memory.
- Forbade yourself to refer to a large number of reference books. Stick to a maximum of 2-3 reference books.
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Let’s summarise this article with a great saying by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a goal without a plan is just a wish. You can get your hard work to pay off with adequate planning and a map of how to study, i.e., the timetable for NEET preparation. With hard work, mental and physical health also plays an essential role. So, follow the provided timetable and convert yourself into an achiever. Best of luck!
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