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?
Here are the tips to strengthen your weak topics in NEET.
- Read the entire theory of the topic 2-3 times.
- Break down the topic into subtopics and learn one by one.
- Study any prerequisites that is required to learn the topic.
- Look at examples carefully to understand concepts well.
- Ask the teacher if you are not able to understand the topic after multiple efforts.
- Attempt questions after completely understanding the topic and its concepts.
- Revise your weak topics everyday or every week.
- Test your weak topics by solving problems.
- Don’t neglect your weak topics by considering them unimportant for NEET.
- Be persistent and never give up on the topic.
Read the entire theory of the topic 2-3 times
Don’t try to re-read multiple times without understanding anything. After you’ve read a topic or major section of the topic, recall the main ideas and points. Highlight the terms that you are not understanding. Search online or ask someone to explain them to you.
Divide the topic into subtopics and learn one by one
Break down the topic into several parts and learn one by one. Visualize things. Draw diagrams. Translate the complicated words into plain simple language for better understanding and learning.
Study any prerequisites that is required to learn the topic
The topic may have some prerequisites that you need to learn first, some basic concepts, terms, etc. Read them to master the topic in hand. If the part you are reading depends on understanding something much earlier in the book, turn back to it and read it again.
Look at examples carefully to understand concepts well
Look at examples carefully. They help you to relate concepts to real world things. You can understand theory better with the help of examples.
Ask the teacher if you are not able to understand the topic after multiple efforts
Ask someone who knows the topic, like your teacher or a NEET subject expert. It’s way more efficient to ask for help so that you can move forward quicker. Saves a lot of time and stress.
Attempt questions after completely understanding the topic and its concepts
Many students jump to question solving portion without going through the concepts behind those questions. You may find yourself in frustrating situations so better learn the topic before implementing its concepts.
Revise your weak topics everyday or every week
Revise your weak topics everyday or every week, as per your study plan, even when you are studying another topic.
Test your weak topics by solving problems
You need to keep solving problems from the topics that you consider weak for NEET. Give regular tests and analyze your performance in these topics.
Don’t neglect your weak topics by considering them unimportant for NEET
Examiner can surprise everyone by asking questions from the topics that you consider unimportant for the NEET. Remember your weakness will be the first one to pull you down in this race. Work on your weak topics so that you no longer need to call them as your shortcomings.
Be persistent and never give up on the topic
Have patience. Don’t get frustrated by thinking like, “I am not getting this!” Concentration level needs to be higher when you don’t understand anything. Stay motivated to improve your weak topics.