National Eligibility cum entrance test most commonly known as NEET, is a national level entrance examination conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admissions into various graduate medical courses provided by government and private medical colleges in India. Every year lakhs of students participate for the NEET exam, among which only a few thousands secure their seats in reputed medical colleges. As you can see that the competition level is brutally high.
Now, coming to the question. Neural control and coordination parts contains a considerable amount of marks in NEET. It is basically categorized under unit-5 of the class 12thNCERT biology. As you know that, The nervous System is a very important part of the animal body that coordinates voluntary and involuntary actions of the body. And you can expect some questions from this part. Try to cover all the important concepts from this session from the NCERT class 12 book. Try to understand the concepts of central Nervous system, structure of the brain, and the different types of Neurons. Also try to understand the difference between Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System. Human sense organs are also important. Diagrams are very important to understand this session. You must practice and observe the diagrams to understand this session.
Chemical coordination and integrationis also an important part of biology and you can expect a few questions from these sessions as well. Try to understand the role of glands (exocrine, endocrine, and heterocrine). The role of hypothalamus and its hormones are also important. Try to understand the diagram (especially the mechanism of the hormone action)
A proper study plan plays a very important role in achieving success in NEET exam. I will recommend you to initially start with the basics from class 10. Go through it once. Then, clear your basics from class 11th. You have to understand the concepts from class 11th if you want to understand the concepts of class 12th. I will suggest you majorly focus on all the topics of Biology part as it contains the highest marks in the NEET exam. You must study all the topics from class 11th and 12th properly if you want to clear NEET, as its syllabus involves topics from both class 11th and class 12th.
Yes! You can crack NEET if you work hard and make your basics strong. With a proper study plan, you can crack NEET 2021 exam. A clear study plan is a key to success for this kind of exam. However, you need to understand that there is no substitute for hard work.
Here are some tips for you to crack NEET 2021
- Download the NEET 2021syllabus from the official website. NEET Syllabus 2021 includes three subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. NAT elaborated the syllabus to study from. Understand the exam pattern. You will get an idea of what to study and what not to.
- You need to act smartly along with the hard work as you have limited time. Find out the weightage of the topics. Some topics from each subject i.e., Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, have more weightage than others. Shortlist those topics and devote more time to them so that you can score more.
- Prepare a strategy for each subject and find out your strength of each subject. You must focus more on the Biology session as it contains more marks than the other two.
- Prepare a timetable along with a study plan and follow it rigorously. Don’t waste time.
- Select some good reference books for each subject. Take the help of your seniors and teachers to find out good study materials.
- Revision is a must. Revise all topics regularly. You must give sufficient time to revise the topics so that everything stays fresh in the mind. It should be done frequently. I will advise you to prepare notes for the revision. Also, prepare a list of important formulas.
- Practice previous year’s question papers as much as possible. I will also suggest you appear for mock tests organized by various organizations. It will help you learn time management.
- stay healthy and sleep enough.
I hope the above information will help you to crack NEET. Don’t lose hope.
All the best!