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A well-laid Daily study timetable for NEET to ease preparation

13 Dec, 2022, By Tanvi Sharma

Daily study timetable for NEETIt is a widely known fact that the NEET exam accommodates a wide syllabus. And in many cases, it is not the lack of dedication that hampers succeeding in this exam but it is the lack of time that is given to cover the wide syllabus. For some aspirants, even 2 years seem to be less for covering the entire syllabus while some aspirants cover the entire NEET syllabus in just a year. How is that the case? Well, it is because they followed a daily study timetable for NEET

Importance of Daily study timetable for NEET

A common question that the aspirants ask is why is the drafting of the time table important for the preparation for the NEET exam. The answer to this is quite direct. To cover the syllabus and avoid falling for procrastination it is crucial that you stick to a study plan. You need to utilize every single day till your exam to the fullest. The proper employment of your time can only be done if you are sticking to a plan. Thus drafting a well-laid timetable should be your first venture while aiming at the NEET exam

Beginning your preparation with a Daily study timetable for NEET will help you make the most out of the time that you have. 

Hence, drafting a timetable is important to have all your concentration in one place. When you are bound by a timetable you can better distribute your time to all the subjects. In the absence of one, a lot of your time can go to waste while looking for something to study.

Also read: Motivation for NEET aspirants

Now that you know the importance of the study plan required for NEET, carve out a study plan keeping in mind your goals, weak areas, mode of study, and other key aspects, etc. The timetable you form must be flexible and open to changes. 

Daily study timetable for NEET

Drafting a timetable can be a rigorous task for some students and even after sitting for hours they cannot come up with a proper study plan. To make the drafting of the timetable easy for you here is a format that you can follow, you can mend this timetable according to your requirements.

Also check: How to eliminate negative marking in NEET exam

           Time

             Duration                              

                                            Description                                             

5:00 am – 5:45 am

45 mins

Get Ready for School

5:45 am – 6:30 am

45 mins

Weekday Study Session 1

6:30 am – 7:00 am

30 mins

Depart for School

7:00 am – 1:00 pm

6 hours

School

1:00 pm – 1:30 pm

30 mins

Return from School

1:30 pm – 2:00 pm

30 mins

Freshen up and Rest

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm

30 mins

Lunch

2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

2.5 hours

Weekday Study Session 2

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

2 hours

Leisure/Hobby/Power Nap

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

2 hours

Weekday Study Session 3

9:30 pm – 10:00 pm

30 mins

Dinner

10:00 pm – 10:30 pm

30 mins

Entertainment

10:30 pm – 11:30 pm

1-hour

Weekday Study Session 4

11:30 pm – 5:00 am

6.5 hours

Sleep

 

Things to avoid while preparing the NEET timetable

Make sure that you do not follow any of the given activities while preparing for the NEET

  • A good sitting is crucial but breaks are also a must. Your brain needs timely breaks to capture well. Hence, it is advised to avoid indulging in long hours of study and keep taking breaks in between. 

  • Quality dominates quantity, that means do not use too many reference books. Choose the right books with ample research and stick to them. 

  • Do not leave any topic for later. If you have any doubts, clear them at the very moment to avoid backlogs. 

  • Do not get trapped in procrastination. It will only create a pile of topics that you would have to cover later in lesser time. It is important to leave laziness behind and follow the timetable accordingly. 

  • Leaving doubts for later should extremely be avoided 

  • Engaging in social media/TV/gaming, etc for a while can end up you wasting hours on the same. So, it's better to not go for such entertainment. 

  • Don’t get hyped about scoring good marks in the mock test. Be happy and calm at the same time. Always aim at scoring higher the next time than the previous one.

Also check: NEET success rate 

Points that must be added to the study plan

While crafting the daily study timetable for NEET you must add the below-given points for better preparation: 

  1. Make it a habit to begin your preparation early, it will help you concentrate better. 

  2. Devote at least 2 hours to studying in the morning

  3. Take a break for a while

  4. After the break devotes another 2 hours to study

  5. Have a healthy breakfast

  6. Stick to 3 hours of studying until lunch

  7. Take an hour's break for lunch

  8. After the break, study continuously for 2-3 hours

  9. Go for a break, have some snacks, and get into your favorite activity

  10.  Devote another 2 hours to studying

  11.  Have a healthy and nutritious dinner, then go take a sound sleep

Also read: Best study material for NEET

Your dreams will be accomplished if you stay firm towards them. Stay confident and with the given timetable format you are sure to excel in the exam.

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FAQs

Is NEET difficult?

NEET is indeed one of the most backbreaking exams conducted in the country. But it can be easy for you if you are preparing well for the exam. 

How much marks in NEET are good?

To get admission to the top medical college the aspirants should not aim below 590+.

When is the NEET exam conducted every year?

The NEET exam is conducted in the month of May every year.

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