How To Revise Biology In 1 Week For NEET 2018?
To revise Biology for NEET 2018, the candidates shall be required to make sure they cover all the importat topics of Biology and also make sure to perfect the MCQ’s. Preparing the MCQ’s are very important since later you will only have to manage the time for reading and revision.
It may sound impossible but it is actually possible for the candidates to score good marks in Biology. Following a smart strategy will help the candidate score good percentage.
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Since the candidates will have only 7 days to prepare, the strategy should be to prepare 5-6 chapters every day and quick revision at the end of the day. Candidates can formulate the schedule in such a way that.
The important topics that the candidates will be mainly focussing on are as follows. Note down the same for your reference:
Important Biology Topics For Preparation and the Percentage of their recurrence
|Chapters||Number of Time the Concept is Asked||Percentage Concepts Asked|
|Principles of Inheritance and Variation||39||7.53 %|
|Cell – The Unit of Life||38||7.34|
|Morphology of Flowering Plants||28||5.41|
|Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants||28||5.41|
|Human Health and Disease||18||3.47|
|Chemical Coordination and Integration||16||3.09|
|Digestion and Absorption||16||3.09|
Your revision shall be complete absolutely if you practice all last year papers of NEET exam.
Last year it was noted that there was no topic from which more than 6 questions were asked. Thus candidates have a pressure to study all the topics. However, if they try a little hard and choose only the most important topics. They will be able to study smartly and get their choice of marks. After continuous evaluation of sample papers and previous year question papers, it will be noted that the below topics, if studied efficiently can help the candidates to score good.
- Cell the Unit of Life
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If the candidates prepare these topics well, they will be sure of scoring good marks. It is adviced that the candidate begins studying from the Biotechnology part since the candidates find it interesting and there is not to much burden on the candidates. This topic can be finished and the candidate can later pick up other important topics.
Start the revision for Genetics; Principles of Inheritance and Variation – Give it 2 days!
Now the candidates can start their preparation for the important topics such as the Principle of Inheritance and Variation. This is genuinely a vast topic and thus the candidates can study the topic in a total of 2 slots every day for two days. Here candidates can find the division of the important topics under those slots.
Day 1 – Slot 1
- What is Heredity?
- Gregor Johann Mendel- “Father of Genetics”
- Mendel’s Laws
- Test Cross
- Incomplete Dominance
Day 1 – Slot 2
- Chromosome theory of Inheritance
- Important Characteristics of Chromosome theory of Inheritance
- Sex Determination in Different Organisms
- XX – XY type
- ZZ – ZW type
- XX – XO type
- Sex Determination in Humans
- Genetic Disorders
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Chromosomal Disorders
- Down’s Syndrome
- Klinefelter’s Syndrome
- Turner’s Syndrome
Revision For Cell the Unit of Life; Give it one day
This topic has also recurred and asked much about in the NEET examinations. Candidates can choose to give a complete day to this topic. In this topic the candidate e
Revision for Ecosystem; Aim to finish in one day!
For most of the topics considering the NCERT books only will prove to be a great option since much of the questions in the NEET examination are framed from the NCERT books. Same goes for this subject. The NCERT books would be enough to get all the In-Dept knowledge about the subject. Also, if you want, you can refer to some help books, sample papers at the end of the day so that no topic is left.
Take note of the Important days from below:
Environment Act – 1986
Air Act – 1981
Water Act – 1974
Chipko Movement – 73
Joint Forest Management –
National Forest Policy – 1952
Indian Forest Act – 1927
Revision for Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants – Give it 1 Day!
Sexual reproduction in Flowering Plants is a vast yet scoring topic and students can easily score well in the subject. Since you will have a complete day to study the subject, you will be having enough time at the end of the day for revision. The candidates can divide these important topics for preparation> Consider finsishing them in two slots.