Hey! We are here to help you with your time schedule during this quarantine period. As we know that the NEET examination has been postponed to the last week of May due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we thought that this is the right time to improve your knowledge for the NEET Exam. Utilize this time wisely until your exam. Remember, every knowledge gain today will never go in vain.
NTA is yet to announce the new date for the NEET exam. We advise that you should not worry, we will provide you the update as soon as the exam date will be released. So, stay tuned to our channel, Education Abroad is your one-stop destination for all updates relating to NEET exams.
From the past few days, you must be hearing some news regarding the change in the exam syllabus for NEET-UG 2020. Please know that it is fake news. The National Testing Agency has recently clarified that there has been no change in the syllabus of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. So do not believe any such fake news and by any chance, if you come across any such news, do tell us in the comment section so that we can help you out in finding the right information.
Now, coming to the most important topics and chapters that we need to focus on during this period which is suggested by our NEET experts.
NEET 2020: Important topics and chapters
Modern Physics & Semiconductor devices, Magnetism & matter, Current electricity, Newton laws System of particles & rotation motion.
Chemical bonding & molecular structure, s & P block elements, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, d & f block elements.
Biological classification, plant kingdom, the animal kingdom, cell, human health & disease, ecosystem, the principle of inheritance & variation, Human reproduction
Making the Best use of this period is by making a strict schedule and sticking to it. As everyone in your family must be at home, you need to have some extra courage and concentration to not use this time aimlessly. Make time for everything. Studying should be your uttermost priority. As we all say that the more you sweat in practice the less you bleed in the war so prepare and practice well.
Do not forget to take a mock test to check your progress and evaluate your strengths and weakness.
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