An interesting comment I found here on Prepsera and this is something I think should have come to me as well. It is a pretty essential question and a dilemma faced by a lot many kids who are preparing for competitive exams. So, if I were you, this is what I would do…
Biology, the favorite subject of most NEET aspirants and the subject which accounts for 50% of the paper. However in my opinion, biology for NEET requires you to be very choosy about your study sources in order to save time.
First and foremost the most important book for NEET is NCERT biology. In NEET 2017, 78 questions had come directly or indirectly from NCERT biology. So you should know every line of NCERT. In fact, in my own case I lost out on around 4-5 of these questions because my knowledge of NCERT wasn’t perfect.
Physics, the subject which is considered to be the nightmare for 99% of NEET aspirants. But is it really true? Most NEET aspirants fear physics because unlike biology, it can not be mugged up. Medical aspirants develop a habit of mugging up and feel that the same thing can be applied to physics. As a result they feel that they have understood the concept at home but can’t apply the same in examinations. This leads to a fear of physics resulting in a vicious cycle.
CHEMISTRY : In my opinion chemistry is one subject which uniformly checks a lot of components of your intelligence. It checks your conceptual understanding through organic,your mathematical skills through physical, and and your memorization skills through inorganic.
Ask anyone, the only thing which can give us an idea regarding how good our preparation for any competitive exam, is a test-series. Now a number of test series for NEET are available,and the question which arises first is “Which one to choose?”. Now the 2 major test series available are those of Allen and Aakash. The reason why I am naming these coaching institutes is because of the sheer number of students who give their test series.