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How To Clear Backlogs In NEET Preparation? 8 Tips To Cover

Update on: 14 Feb 2024, 03:07 PM

How To Clear Backlogs In NEET Preparation?

It is no surprise that NEET exam preparation requires unlimited hard work with a planned strategy. One needs to get well-versed with the syllabus of Class 11 and 12 via the NCERT textbook. Since NCERT is the most essential book for NEET preparation, everything from that book should be learned by heart by NEET aspirants. However, while studying and preparing, students often miss out on some topics and chapters because they feel like they’re out of time. And that’s how their NEET backlogs start piling up. There could be any reason behind leaving some topics for later, but let us tell you that it is dangerous. Hence, we are here to help with some tips to cover your NEET backlogs. If you want to excel in your NEET exam, read the complete article and know how to clear backlogs in NEET 2024 preparation.

Backlogs Can Be Described As….

Simply put, a backlog is a collection of unfinished or procrastinated syllabus and, in this case, NEET syllabus 2024. Backlogs form when a person or student finds a chapter complicated or unclear and procrastinates on it for several days. This, in turn, produces a significant and huge amount of uncovered backlog, which becomes a major roadblock and a significant hardship for a NEET candidate.

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Now, how to avoid NEET Backlogs? Or better yet, how to clear backlogs in NEET? Here’s how!

Tips To Clear Backlogs In NEET 2024 Preparation!

  1. Create a list of your NEET backlog topics and chapters.

The most important thing to start with is making a list of your NEET backlogs. You need to know what you’re missing to complete them first. Therefore, make a list of all your backlogs and then mark them in the order you want to achieve them. Always follow a pattern and sequence. Thus, mark them in the order you wish to finish based on difficulty level or weightage in the NEET exam.

  1. Create a timetable with a list of your NEET backlog topics.

In your timetable for NEET exam preparation, allot specific times to your backlog topics and be deterred that you will finish that backlog topic on that day. In the list of all your NEET backlogs, mark them for specific days and then complete them on those days according to the allotted time in your created timetable. Do not try and complete all backlog topics in one day because it will only create confusion and panic. Therefore, try and pick up some topics daily and complete them at specific times. The main thing to do here is to be determined to follow your timetable. Also, don’t be distracted from your ongoing topics because of the backlogs. Pick the backlog topics at the end of the day.

  1. Stop creating new backlogs.

Now is the time to stop procrastinating. Do not compromise on your current topics because of your NEET backlogs. Therefore, don’t skip classes or don’t lessen the time for a current topic for the leftovers. Or it’s only going to end up becoming a new backlog. Create proper notes and follow the timetable to start working on your backlogs at the end of the day.

  1. Find a better way to complete NEET backlogs.

You must have had some reason for leaving and skipping a particular topic. However, there isn’t enough time now to ignore or procrastinate on topics. Now, you need to find a better way to quickly & easily understand the topic. As NCERT is the most important textbook for NEET preparation, you need to have a stronghold of concepts through that book. Objective NCERT At Your Fingertips by MTG is what you need right now. With that bestseller in NEET books, you would easily understand the topics and can practice for the best. This book has been recommended by NEET toppers and teachers and has 5-star ratings and reviews by over 8000 people on eCommerce platforms. You need to practice through previous years’ papers and model test papers. Well, this book has got it all. Opt for this bestseller and become the next NEET topper.

  1. Study some more & give your extra time to backlogs.

There is no such thing as too much studying when it comes to NEET exam preparation. You need to increase your study hours now more than ever. We know you’re doing your best, but to complete your NEET backlogs, you need to increase time to your study hours. Since you can’t compromise on your current ongoing topics, you will have to increase your study time to do and manage both. Additionally, skip meaningless things and give that extra time to your NEET backlogs. Think about how good you will feel once you complete all your backlog topics. That thing you missed won’t come to your mind at all. Thus, if you reserve extra time on your backlogs, your regular studies won’t affect at all.

Important – 

NEET Previous Year Question Paper With Solutions PDF Free Download

NEET Chapterwise Questions Biology with Answers 

  1. Don’t pile up the doubts.

You have doubts and questions while solving questions? Clear them then and there. Ask your teachers or a friend to help you. If you pile up on all your doubts together, it will backfire because the concept won’t be strong, and you will not be able to proceed further. Hence, the backlog. Thus, try clearing your doubts as soon as possible to avoid creating more NEET backlogs.

  1. Revise effectively regularly.

Effective revisions include NEET previous years papers and NEET sample papers. To clear concepts, bring confidence, and proceed further, you must do regular revisions efficiently. Be consistent with your revisions, and there won’t be a single thing stopping you from becoming the next NEET topper. You can opt for MTG’s 36 Years NEET Chapterwise Topicwise Solutions, which has 35 previous papers of NEET. Also, for sample paper practice, you can pick MTG’s NEET Sample paper. These books will give you hands-on practice and exam-like preparation as they have OMR sheets and answer keys with explanations. Another book by MTG to rely on would be NEET Explorer, which consists of fully solved 18 previous years’ papers and 10 practice papers or NEET sample papers to help students plan strategy on “the best way to attempt question paper” and “How to Manage Time during exam”. These are some of the best NEET books out there for the final month of revision and practice.

  1. Don’t worry or panic.

This is a very normal thing and nothing to worry about. Every other student procrastinates some topics for later. However, now is the time to be serious and finally finish that topic to tick it off from your NEET backlogs list. The only thing left for you to do is start from the number one point in this blog and follow the pattern. Don’t waste your time with distractions like social media and mobile.

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Best Last-Minute NEET 2024 Study Preparation Books/Ebooks 

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30 Days Crash Course for NEET Combo-Phy, Chem, Bio (20% off)

MTG’s latest NEET 2024 edition of “30-day NEET Revision-Cum-Crash Course” with revised & rationalized NEET syllabus will simplify your final month preparation for NEET. With this book, you can start preparing for NEET 2024 exam right away, giving you a competitive advantage over your peers. This invaluable resource allows you to familiarize yourself with the exam format and gain insights into the types of questions asked along with comprehensive revision.

Salient features of the book.

  • Chapter-wise recap notes of all chapters for quick revision.
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  • OMR sheets are included for an exam-like practice.
  • Latest NEET 2023 Solved Paper to stay up-to-date with the most recent exam trends.
  • Detailed solutions and answer keys are also provided.
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MTG NEET Plus Supplement For 2024 Exam 

MTG has launched the most wanted and useful supplement for NEET 2024 based on the updated syllabus by NMC given on 6th October, 2023. Now, no need to worry about NEET 2024 rationalized syllabus by NMC.

It’s salient Features-

  • It has all the newly added topics of NEET 2024 syllabus.
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  • Topic-wise MCQs for practice.
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MTG NEET 10 Sample Papers as per NMC NEET UG 2024 

MTG’s ’10 Sample Papers NEET UG’ is a unique book created to aid your understanding of the updated format for the NEET 2024 exam. Following are the key features of the book.

  • 10 NEET sample papers according to latest NEET 2024 exam pattern.
  • 2000 MCQs highly probable MCQS based on NEET 2024.
  • Includes all 4 subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology.
  • Each sample paper is split into two sections: Section A, which has 35 MCQs, and Section B, which has 15 MCQs (any 10 to be attempted).
  • OMR sheets for an exam-oriented practice.
  • Detailed solutions to check exam-readiness.
  • NEET 2023 solved paper is also included.
NCERT at your fingertips supplement

NCERT at your Fingertips Supplement For NEET 2024

This NEET 2024 Supplement is the best money-saving grab for NEET students. The supplement is divided into 3 sections for Physics, chemistry and biology. It has all these features –

  • The supplement starts with thorough notes of each subject.
  • The notes include diagrams, tables, formulae, experiments for complete coverage and understanding.
  • After the notes, subject-wise MCQs from each line of all these newly added topics are given.
  • For evaluation, answer keys and hints and explanations are provided.
  • An exclusive section with A&R, Case-based, HOTS, numerical value, and previous years questions in Chemistry (that appeared in JEE Main) section are given.
NEET Explorer 2024

11 Years NEET Solved Papers For 2024 Exam (NEET PYQ) 

MTG’s “11 Year Solved Papers – NEET Explorer” is the No. 1 choice of students for NEET preparation. This book offers a complete preparation package, allowing students to manage their time effectively and gain practical experience for the exam.

  • 11 years (2013-2023) of fully solved AIPMT/NEET previous years papers.
  • 10 Model test papers based on the latest NTA NEET 2023 Exam pattern.
  • Multi-dimensional practice with 4000+ authentic NEET questions.
  • Chapter-wise analysis to understand the weightage of 10 years of NEET questions.
  • Detailed solutions to acquire micro-level understanding & core of the concept.
  • OMR Sheets for exam-like practice to avoid any blunders in the main NEET exam.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I cover the 11th backlog in the 12th NEET?

To clear your backlogs on time in class 12, devote 70% of your time to studying class 12 (current topics) and 30% to studying class 11 topics.

Can I crack NEET if I wasted my class 11?

Yes, you can pass NEET even if you have wasted class 11 and its syllabus. Begin with your missed, weakest, and most crucial class 11 and 12th chapters. Also, follow the tips mentioned here to clear the NEET exam without backlogs.

Will I be able to clear NEET if I have a lot of NEET backlog topics?

Yes, you can pass the NEET exam. From now on, never fall behind. You already have a large backlog; it’s best not to add to it now. Follow all the tips by us, and you will be able to come out victorious in NEET exam.

Can I cover a 2-month long backlog for NEET?

Prepare a strategy, make a list, break down the topics, and take control of all those topics. A well-thought-out preparation strategy can assist you in this. Don’t worry.

Is it okay to have a backlog? Do toppers have backlogs?

Almost all students, including NEET toppers, have unfinished topics, aka NEET backlogs. The backlog percentage is significant, and the lower the number, the better. Toppers are committed to completing their backlogs well before the exam date. So should you. Thus, start working on your NEET backlogs, and you might be the next NEET topper.


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