How to make revision notes for NEET - Simple way

NEET is the most recognized and prestigious national level exam. Clearing this exam requires intense dedication, passion, and smart work. Every Year more than Sixteen lakh Indian students take NEET exams hoping to secure top ranks. They use different strategies for the preparation to crack the highly competitive exam, which otherwise is difficult to achieve.

How to make revision notes for NEET 
While we all are unique and we all have different study habits, We need to follow some general guidelines so that we do not get carried away by the vast ocean of syllabus and stick to those topics which helps us qualify the NEET exam.

Cracking NEET is difficult, but not impossible! With some smart steps you can prepare yourself well for this toughest medical entrance examination NEET and other exams and crack it with good score. While preparing for NEET one of the must importang step is to make personal notes. It works well for almost every NEET aspirants. They can turn out to be the rank booster of your NEET 2020 result.

One of the reasons students have trouble making effective NEET notes is that they’re not really sure what notes are for. I think a lot of students attempt to capture a complete record of a lecture, book, in their notes.

In this article we are going to cover the 1st Point and second point. i think the 3rd Point can be automatically covered if you opt for YB Study Coaching / Online Study Material / Printed Study Material or Test series.

The first step to Making NEET  notes is to figure out why you are taking notes. If you’re studying for NEET exam your notes are going to look different. The way you take notes depends on the reason you’re taking notes.

Preparing & Collecting Best Notes for NEET Exam: We have already  mentioned about the Top 10 standard books which you can refer and also mentioned about the Study Material which ybstudy can provide you. However the Best notes are the self compiled notes because you make it as per your own needs. But we have seen students often having the many challenges like :
What to keep and what to skip in the notes: This can be best answered the student himself, However your mentors at ybstudy can come handy when knowing the importance and weightage of that topic in NEET Exam

Mobility of Notes: What is the use of Notes if they can not be with you 24X7 ? But can you really carry so many papers with you wherever you go ? Watch the Webinar below to learn how you can make your notes mobile

Distraction Free Learning: Watch the Webinar on how to keep yourself distraction free when you are studying
How much is too much ?
Many a times, over enthusiastic aspirants stress themselves and end up pausing their preparation. The secret is prolonged sustained steady studying under the guidance of experienced mentors.

Keep your focus on this important topics of Biology, chemistry and physics 

Important topics to prepare for NEET

Biology Important topics:
  1. Genetics, Ecology & Environment, Cell Biology, Morphology of plants and animals, Basics of Biotechnology, Reproduction, Physiology of Animals & Plants.
  2. The following chapters constitute 25% of total questions Living World, Biological classification, Plant Kingdom, Morphology of plants, Anatomy of plants.
  3. The following chapters constitute 30% of total questions Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition, Photosynthesis, Respiration, Plant Growth and Development, Digestion, Respiration, Body fluids and Circulation, Excretion, Locomotion and movement, and Nervous system and the Endocrine system.
  4. Ecology & Environment constitutes about 10% of the total questions.
  5. The remaining 5% questions from Genetics, Biotechnology etc will be fairly easy.

Chemistry Important topics: 
  1. General Organic Chemistry, Mole Concept, Periodic Table, Coordination Chemistry, Chemical Bonding.
  2. Physical Chemistry: 10% Questions asked in Exam are Theory based. 90% Questions asked in Exam are Numerical.
  3. Organic chemistry : First solve Numerical from NCERT then read Theory.
  4. Inorganic chemistry: 30% Questions asked in Exam are Theory based. 70% Questions asked in Exam are Numerical."
  5. Class XI physical chemistry chapters constitute 25% of the total questions (such as basic concepts of chemistry, States of matter etc)
  6. Class XII physical chemistry chapters constitute 15% of the total questions (such as Redox reactions, Solid state, solutions etc)
  7. Class XI Organic chemistry chapters constitute 5% of the total questions (such as Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry etc)
  8. Class XII Organic chemistry chapters constitute 25% of total questions (such as Haloalkanes and haloarenes, Biomolecules etc)
  9. Class XI inorganic chemistry constitutes 10% of total questions (such as Hydrogen, s-block elements etc)
  10. Class XII inorganic chemistry constitutes 20% of the total questions (such as Metallurgy, d & f - block elements etc)

Physics Important topics: 
  1. Optics, Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Thermodynamics, Electrodynamics, Atomic & Molecular Physics, kinematics, laws of motion, electrostatics, and magnetic effects of current and modern physics.
  2. 15% Questions asked in Exam are Theory based. 85% Questions asked in Exam are Numerical."
  3. The following chapters constitute 25% of the total questions in Physics: Units and Measurements, kinematics, laws of motion, Motion in a straight line and in a plane, Work, Energy & power, System of particles and rotational motion, Gravitation, Fluid statics.
  4. The following chapters constitute 30% of the total questions: Waves and oscillations, Electric charges and field, Electrostatic potential and capacitance, current electricity, magnetic effects of current.
  5. The following chapters constitute 20% of the total questions: Dual Nature of matter, Atoms and nuclei, Semiconductor electronics, Thermodynamics

Some important tips to write Notes 
  1. Give an introduction of topic at first
  2. Explain your introduction with proper facts and figures and then the conclusion your explanation must have a proper link between your introduction and your conclusion as well
  3. The more perspectives you will explain your answer from, the more chances you will have to carry higher marks and NEET Exam also demands this from us. As for an example, if you write a history question, try to explain or write that answer not only from basic perspective but also you should try to explain that one from the perspectives of advance in the topic.
  4. Your answer must have a proper link with what the question is demanding actually from you.
  5. Pay your focus on the quality within the proper word limits
  6. Your answer must be divided into some paragraphs
  7. Try to highlight important quotes or important opinions
  8. Try to use simple sentence and input simple words known to all
  9. Don't go beyond the question demands or question topic
  10. Try to answer to the point. Don't give anything extra.
  11. Your answer must be positive overall. You must be optimistic in answering to questions.
  12. Use your own language to write.
  13. If you can make proper diagram or chart in your answer, it will be also helpful too
  14. Try to avoid sticking off your answers or lines repeatedly.
  15. Focus on your handwriting too because it is also very important.