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How to make revision notes for NEET exam?

As the NEET exam is approaching, a well-structured note is all you need to review your year-long preparation goals.

Well, not everything you read in your books is important. This is where notes come to the point. They allow you to ponder over important factors rather than rubbing your nose over topics of least importance.

But, how do you make knowledgeable but precise notes?

Each out of three subjects for NEET requires different strategies.

Let’s discuss each in the section given below.

Features of a revision note

  1. Short and precise
  2. Highlights important details
  3. Covers concepts, formulas, doubts
  4. Clear and readable
  5. Follow the official syllabus
  6. Avoid making notes in your first reading


Physics for NEET is divided into sections

·         Mechanics

·         Ray optics

·         Electrostatics and Capacitor.

·         Modern Physics

·         Heat and thermodynamics

·         Magnetism, Magnetic Effect of current

·         Properties of Matter

For the Physics theoretical part, your main focus should be only and only NCERT.

While you should prepare a separate notebook for formulas, another copy should be dedicated to concepts described in each chapter.

What are the concepts?

The concept creates a base for a particular section.


Also, formulas and their brief procedures should be included in the notes.


Chemistry is briefed into three sections:

a. Physical Chemistry:

Physical chemistry comprises mainly formulas and their applications. The majority of questions asked in exams are derived from NCERT exercises.

Make a point to note all the key concepts involved and revise them regularly.

b. Inorganic Chemistry:

Inorganic Chemistry is vast, with almost every line to remember. But, don’t refer to additional references because NCERT clears its job.

c. Organic Chemistry:

Organic chemistry requires more attention. Students find it challenging to study organic chemistry.

Therefore make a point to read and revise. Make short notes. Learn all the named reactions and understand their functions.


Biology in NEET comprises 50% of the question paper. Therefore it demands more attention.

Many students prefer studying Biology most of the time, which is incredibly wrong.

Try to include your notes in the NCERT book because you can’t afford to abandon the NCERT textbook in mid of your preparation. You can also enrol yourself to take best coaching for Biology. Ideal Institute of Biology is one of the most reliable institute for Biology coaching.

Biology in NEET is distributed in

a. Botany

b. Zoology

Include all the diagrams and know what each and every term says. Go topic wise for each section. Don’t roll in the middle.

Avoid copying the exact sentences from the book. Break it down in your sentence.

All the cycles and to be honest, each and every sentence in the NCERT textbook has the potential to develop itself into a question.


It is very important to take up mock tests as frequently as you can. Notes help you revise the subjects on a daily basis.

Adjoin your doubts and mistakes in the test in the notes too and make a point to revise them frequently.