NEET SS : 87 Days’ Chapter Wise Medicine Study Plan

NEET SS Medicine Preparation

Right strategies lead to a remarkable NEET SS preparation plan, and an effective plan culminates into a great rank. We know a lot of incomplete, biased, and vague advice comes your way. However, you need a definite plan, absolute clarity, and the right mentorship. We at PrepLadder, aim at giving you exactly what you need.

So, we won’t beat around the bush and give you a brilliant plan for the NEET SS 2022 to study Medicine in 87 days thoroughly.

And considering Dr. Santosh M. Patil’s expertise and extensive experience, we assure you that you are at the right place because the next few minutes will turn out to be more rewarding than you expect!

NEET SS : Medicine Preparation

Dr. Santosh has advised to divide 87 days systematically.

You should devote 55 days to studying the second volume of Harrison’s and spend 32 days studying the first volume. The first 40 days out of the planned 55 days should go into reading, and the remaining time should be devoted to revision. Following the similar fashion, 25 out of the 32 days planned for the first volume should be spent for the first reading. Revise everything you have read in the remaining 7 days.

Harrison’s Volume 2Harrison’s Volume 1
Total Number of Days- 55 Total Number of Days- 32 
Number of days for reading- 40Number of days for reading- 25
Number of days for revision- 15Number of days for revision- 7

Now, we move on to the chapter wise division of the book to make it a smooth ride for you.

VOLUME 1

Part/ChapterNumber of Days
Part 1: The profession of Medicine
Decision Making in Critical Medicine
Screening & Prevention of Diseases 
Palliative & End of Life Care
1
Part 2 : Cardinal Manifestations & Presentation of Disease
Pain
Headache
Flu
Aphasia
Hemoptysis
Cough
GI Bleeding
3
Part 3 : PharmacologyPharmacogenomics1
Part 4: Oncology & Hematology
Tumor Markers
Cancer Genetics
Onco-emergencies
Lung Cancer
Breast Cancer
Liver Cancer
Paraneoplastic Syndrome
3
Hematology
Disorders of Hemostasis 
7
Part 5 : Infectious DiseasesAdult Immunization
Bacterial Infections
Pneumococci
Staphylococci
Diphtheria
Clostridia
1
Pertussis
Legionella
Moraxhella
Haemophilus
2
Acetobacter
Pseudomonas
Burkholderia
Stenotrophomonas
Salmonella
Plague
Shigella
1
Leptospirosis
Syphilis
Rickettsia
1
Viral Infections
HSV 1,2
Varicella Zoster
HPV
Rabies
Influenza
Ebola & Marburg
CMV
HHV 6,8
2
Fungal
Mucor
Aspergillosis
Candida
1
Others
Malaria
HIV
Tuberculosis
2

Key Points For NEET SS Medicine Preparation- Vol. 1

  • Palliative & End of Life Care is the most crucial aspect of Part 1 of Volume 1. The paper frequently bears questions from this chapter.
  • The topic of Statistics is not sufficiently covered in the Harrison’s from the examination point of view. However, if you have chosen to rely on PrepLadder for your preparation, you have no reason to worry. Santosh sir will cover the topic in just as much detail as required in one of his future YouTube Live sessions. So, subscribe to our channel and stay tuned!
  • You must study Headache in detail.
  • Harrison’s bears a table related to Hemoptysis, which is too crucial for your preparation to be overlooked! 
  • Pharmacology is not extremely important from the examination point of view.
  • Based on the analysis of the past years’ question papers, it goes without saying that Infectious Diseases is a significant topic and requires strategic planning.
  • Dr. Santosh’s notes on HIV cover everything you need to learn. Join our Telegram channel to learn more.
  • After you have finished studying the first Volume, devote seven days to revising everything. The notes, question bank, and mock tests on the PrepLadder app are the tools you require for effective revision. 

VOLUME 2

Part/ChapterNumber of Days
CVS7
Respiratory System2
Critical Care Medicine2
Renal System3
Disorders of GIP
UD
GI Bleed
GERD
IBS
IBD
Diarrhea & Malabsorption
2
IBD
IBQ
1
Hepatology2
Immunology & Rheumatology
Immunology
Rheumatology
Fibromyalgia, Gout
1,5,1
Endocrinology 6
Neurology7
Toxicology1
Genetics

Key Points For NEET SS Medicine Preparation- Vol. 2

  • Pulmonary Hypertension is an essential component of CVS and should not be missed at any cost!
  • Aspirants usually overlook Diseases of the Aorta. However, it is a crucial topic from the examination point of view.
  • Upon studying the pattern of the previous years’ NEET SS exams, it is safe to conclude that most of the questions from the Respiratory System are predictable and have the same level as that of the NEET PG.
  • Important topics from Critical Care Medicine include ARDS, Sepsis and Shock, SAH, and Brain Death. Head to the app to watch Dr. Santosh’s video lectures and read his notes on the updated SSC Guidelines to ensure that you don’t miss anything.
  • The questions from Immunology are not based on an in-depth understanding of the topic. 
  • Most of the Endocrinology questions are not very complex.

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Ridhima Arora

Ridhima is a Content Writer at PrepLadder. She aims at making a significant difference in the academic journeys of Medical PG, NEET SS, and CAT aspirants through her content.