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, after you are done with a chapter, write down all equations from that chapter in a notebook for quick reference while solving problems.
- For Inorganic Chemistry, master NCERT. Write reactions to learn them completely.
- In Organic Chemistry, try to understand mechanisms of the reactions. This helps in memorizing similar types of reactions in one go.
- The best way to study Organic Chemistry for NEET is to consistently practice problems. After doing a problem, ask yourself what you learned from it.
- Make a separate notebook for named reactions & their mechanism.
- Keep thinking of reactions and mechanisms in your free time. It helps in revision.
- Make notes. Note down the key points and review them often.
- Write sticky notes and paste them in your room. You would be able to remember a lot of things by seeing them on a daily basis.
- Focus on understanding, not just memorization. Memorization is good as long as you are understanding the concepts deeper.
- Make a notebook of mistakes you make and revise it regularly.
- Use flash cards and Mnemonics to learn and remember difficult words, phrases and statements.
- Practicing and attempting new questions is very important in Chemistry. If you don’t practice questions regularly, you would not be able to memorize the formulas and the concepts used.
- Solve all the Chemistry questions from NEET previous years papers (minimum 10 question papers).
If you follow the above study tips, then you will score good marks in NEET Chemistry.
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