The prestigious National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) held every year in India demands insane levels of dedication to ace it with excellence. Regarding Biology, many exam givers face a daunting task to tackle, and in the chaos, they lose their overall concentration in the exam. Precisely, their problems arise from assorting chapters according to their importance. Hence, they remain perplexed about which topic to tackle head-on and to save which for the final stages of the exam.

We have made it our goal to provide you with some life-defining tips and tricks on how to excel while preparing for the Biology section of the NEET paper.

First, do the needful of cataloging your biology syllabus for the upcoming test. Starting your study sessions with the NCERT textbook remains a universally wise choice because 90-95 percent of questions appear in the question paper from this book every year.

Here is a comprehensive list of the books that deserve your attention to complement your preparation process.

Main book

NCERT Biology – Class 11 & 12

Reference book(s)

SC Verma – Biology books

Dinesh – Objective Biology

Biology – GRB Bathla’s Publications

Trueman’s Biology – Volume 01 & Volume 02

Biology Books – Pradeep’s Publications

The second step is to refer to what has been before; of course, we indicate previous question papers from the same exam! Question patterns become recognizable to the exam aspirant and help to formulate variations of implementing regular practice and revision into the study sessions.

Studying and attempting to memorize the scientific names of plants and animals with their common ones is an exhaustive and time-consuming process. Adding to the complications are the Chordates of class levels and the Phylum in Non-Chordates. It is beneficial to create small sticky notes to refer to if you forget the scientific definition of a particular species while preparing for the exam.

Charts and maps depicting all the life-based kingdoms and crucial biological elements speak of prime importance! Buy them if you are short on time, draw them yourself if you are short on money, but do not even attempt the exam if you do not have these maps hanging over your walls! They will remain a quick factor to reach out to if you forget a specific topic. They will also help you accelerate your revisions on the eve before the exam.

The final step is a strategic process; you must aim to divide the chapters of the given syllabus based on three priorities – casual, essential, and paramount.

Casual topics involve those you should cover if you can allot time for them, like studying the Anatomy of Flowering Plants, going through the Animal Kingdom from Porifera to Echinoderms, surveying Microbes and the Origin of Life, Biodiversity, Regeneration, and Growth Repair, etc.

Essential topics include Animal Respiration, Nutrition, Tissues, Ecology, Biotechnology, and Reproduction & Development, to name a few.

The third priority categorizes those topics that you should cover at all costs. Their range falls under the lessons regarding Plant Morphology, Cell Structure, Photosynthesis, Genetics, Plant Kingdom, and many more.

Along with confidence and calm, the life-changing mission to ace the NEET exam demands proper planning and unwavering dedication. It will do little to dwell on the total number of seats the exam provides because your final target to achieve is only one!

Stick to the syllabus provided by the NEET website or the NEET authorities regarding the subject of biology, follow the discussed methods of sorting your study schedule into different sections, and it will pay future dividends when you find yourself easily able to crack the most complex topics of Biology in the examination hall. Success is only a matter of time; eventually, it will be within your reach!

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