How To Prepare Biology for NEET

If you wish to score in NEET you will need to study and master biology. Since biology is considered the most scoring subject for NEET. So we calculated some tips that you can follow in order to study and master biology in the best possible way.
For starters, you will have to know which are the best books for preparation.
Books for theory:
  1. Trueman’s elementary biology Vol-I & Vol-II,
  2. Companion biology by K.Bhatti (Dinesh publication)

Books for objective:

    1. Objective biology by Dinesh,
    2. AIIMS explorer by MTG publication,
    3. Truemen’s objective biology.


There are two main units in Biology:

1) Zoology and
2) Botany

both have different ways to study the subject:

In Zoology, you can start with Structural organization in plants. In which you can pick important concepts like Anatomy of flowering plants.  After which you can continue with Morphology of flowering plants. When you are finished with this chapter, you can continue with Plant physiology,  Digestion, and Absorption.

Ecology and environment are also important in which you will need to know the entire Ecosystem. Cell Biology, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Biomolecules, and Biotechnology
In Boatany, it is best to start with Human physiology, Locomotion, and Movement which are important. To master these concepts and chapter you will need to draw the structure of the bones, at least, a rough sketch is the best for a better  understanding.

Also, Neural Control and Coordination and Chemical Coordination and Integration is very important from the NEET point of view. In Genetics and evolution Molecular basis of inheritance and Health and disease.

Topics like Animalia and Plantae are a bit confusing. Phylum non-Chordata and class levels up to chordate also require consistent practice and revision.

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You should go through as per the Embibe’s recommendation.
If you are confident enough than you can take FULL TEST.

After the completion of each test, Embibe will give you the test feedback which tell your WEAKNESSES & STRONGNESS like how many CORRECT attempts, INCORRECT attempts, etc. you have done. This way you can measure yourself on test-on-test basis.

If you are not confident enough than you can LEARN on the particular concepts.

You can start practicing after learning any concept/chapter.

If you are little bit confident & not confident about taking the FULL TEST than you can do PRACTICE first.
In practice, you can take different level of practice sessions, example: Subject level, Unit level, Chapter level.

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