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How to Score 650+ in NEET 2019 – All the medical candidates aspire to get admission to good medical or dental colleges of the country. In order to get a better seat, you have to score more than 650 marks in NEET to be included in 15% All India Quota category. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019) will be conducted twice a year in February and May. You can appear either in one or both the exams. Everyone would have started preparing rigorously to score 650+ in upcoming NEET. Everybody will be pouring the books and guides, referring the notes and trying to memorize the formula. Thus, here are few tips, recommended books and other preparation strategies for aspirants on how to score 650+ in NEET.

How to score 650+ in NEET 2019

National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting NEET 2019, in spite of CBSE in computer-based mode. NEET application form 2019 will be for February session will be available from 1 October. The last date for NEET UG online registration will be 31 October 2019. Submit your application form of NTA NEET 2019 here. Below are some of the changes in NEET 2019:

How to obtain 650+ in NEET 2019?

Let us discuss some of the preparation tips of NEET, which can be followed for the entrance examination.

Understanding the value of 650

Just thinking to score 650+ will not help you in obtaining it. You need to understand the weightage and marks of subjects. One should know the marks-wise distribution of subjects and must split it accordingly. In other words, we would advise that you should know how much you need to score in each NEET subject to get 650+ in aggregate.

Subjects

Total marks

Marks to be obtained

Physics

180

150

Chemistry

180

160

Biology (Botany + Zoology)

360

340

Total

720

650

 

Track the relevant topics of NEET 2019

Before preparing for the medical entrance examination, you must have a complete knowledge of the NEET syllabus. Prakash Javdekar in a press conference informed that syllabus of NEET 2019 will not be changed. You can go through the NEET official syllabus and check that you have covered all topics. Or else you can refer to the NCERT books to complete the remaining topics. While preparing for NEET 2019 you should be aware of the most important topics covered in the last year NEET exam. From this, you can get an idea of the topics you need to focus on. Below are some of the important topics from each subject you need to focus on:

Most Important NEET Topics from Physics

NEET Physics Topics 

Weightage (%)

Electrodynamics

24%

Modern Physics

20%

Optics

7%

Heat and Thermodynamics

13%

Mechanics

24%

SHM and Waves

7%

Properties of Matter

5%

 
Most Important NEET Topics from Chemistry

NEET Chemistry Topics

Weightage (%)

Inorganic Chemistry

36%

Physical Chemistry

36%

Organic Chemistry

28%

 
Most Important NEET Topics from Biology

NEET Biology Topics

Weightage (%)

Diversity in the living world

14%

Human Physiology

17%

Biotechnology and its application

11%

Genetics and evolution

11%

Structural organization in plants and animals

9%

Biology and human welfare

9%

Reproduction

9%

Ecology and environment

7%

Cell structure and functions

7%

Plant physiology

6%

 

Use NEET Question Papers and Mock Test

If you have a goal of being in the list of 15% All India Quota candidates by scoring 650+ marks in NEET 2019, then you must keep the previous point in mind. In order to enhance your speed to solve MCQs aspirants, you must try to solve as many as previous years’ NEET question papers. Several coaching centres also provide their online mock test which helps you to score good marks in NEET UG. You can get the previous years’ NEET question papers here.

Increase speed and accuracy in NEET 2019 exam

As per the official NEET exam pattern, there will be 180 questions with 45 questions from Physics and Chemistry each. 90 questions will be asked from Biology section – Botany and Zoology. Each correct answer carried 4 marks. Thus, the total mark of NEET is 720 marks. Last year top 10 NEET toppers got more than 650 out of 720. To obtain this mark range, it is important to have speed and accuracy. Below are some useful tips to increase your speed and accuracy to solve the NEET questions:

  • Do correct calculations and do not panic during the exam. Many students panic due to lack of time and panic which leads to silly mistakes.
  • If you have made self-made notes, then it is an opportunity. Try to revise it a few days before the exam. If you took the classes from any coaching centre, then revise the points that your teacher asked you to mark as an important one.
  • During the preparation of NEET 2019, try to evolve your method of solving the problems. This means you should try to find out a method which helps in solving within 5 steps.

 Other basic tips and tricks to score more than 650 in NEET 2019

Hard work and good strategies will help you score well in NEET. The smart effort will lead to increase the chances to score good score and rank.

If you have any doubt or queries regarding any question, do not hesitate to ask for help.

Solve at least last 10 years NEET question papers. After completing that, try to do the last 10 years question papers of AIIMS and JIPMER to increase the ability to solve MCQs.

What’s new in NEET 2019?

  • NEET 2019 will be held in online mode
  • NEET will be conducted twice in a year – February and May
  • Candidates can appear in both the exams
  • The best score of aspirants will be considered for admission
  • National Testing Agency has been formed to regulate NEET instead of CBSE

What has not changed in NEET 2019?

  • NEET exam pattern will not be changed
  • The syllabus of NEET UG will be the same
  • No changes will be made in languages and NEET question papers

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