Author Archives: Ritu Grewal

About Ritu Grewal

Ritu Grewal is a Chemistry faculty, doing PhD and interested in doing research work in the future.

How Should I Strengthen My Weak Topics for the NEET?

While preparing for NEET, students find some topics difficult to understand which they considered as their weak areas. To improve your weak topics in NEET, you need to read complete theory, understand concepts with real world examples, revise, and keep practicing questions from these topics. How Should I Strengthen My Weak Topics for the NEET?… Read More »

Top 10 Study Tips to Crack the NEET in First Attempt

NEET is a common entrance exam for admission to MBBS courses in India. The increase in competition every year makes it difficult to crack NEET with good rank to secure a seat in the government medical college. For the first timers, there is also the pressure of handling board exams along with NEET. Top 10… Read More »

How Should I Study NEET Chemistry? Top 14 Tips

Chemistry in NEET is basically divided into 3 parts – Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. The best way to study NEET Chemistry is to understand, memorize, practice MCQs and revision. Top 14 Tips to Study NEET Chemistry Read theory from NCERT textbook. Solve problems from NCERT and your coaching modules. In Physical Chemistry,… Read More »

A Simple Mind Exercise to Stay Focused in NEET Preparation

Serotonin is a chemical nerve our cells produce, that helps to reduce depression, anxiety, and have effect on our focus on what we want to do. When you lose focus in NEET preparation, there’s a big chance that your serotonin activity is low. That’s why you are giving into short-term pleasures and distractions. You are… Read More »

What are the Things to Avoid in NEET Preparation?

There are many study tips for NEET like best practices, methods and preparation strategy. Along with useful tips you also need to keep in mind some of the things to avoid in the NEET preparation. 8 Things to Avoid in NEET Preparation Inconsistency and Procrastination. Multitasking. Excessive TV, Social media. Quantity over quality. Not allowing… Read More »