Darwin’s Revision Guide for Selection Guarantee Plan

NEET 2023 Dropper Revision Strategy

Personalized learning occurs when planning, assessment, and revision are customized for each NEET student based on his/her unique needs and interests. Our revision features are designed to ensure that students achieve personalized learning by focusing on their weaknesses as well as maintaining their learning momentum to recall high-yield concepts.

Darwin’s NEET revision features incorporate individualization and differentiation – two aspects that attribute to encouraging students.

We are putting the spotlight on Darwin’s advanced revision features that can help you revise your NEET syllabus easily.

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Darwin had divided NEET-UG student’s study plan into two parts:

1. Preparation Guide: helps aspirants to complete the syllabus.

2. Revision Guide: helps aspirants revise already prepared chapters/topics.

The purpose of the revision guide is to ensure that NEET UG aspirants use Darwin as we intended. By following this revision guide effectively, you can be assured of success in the final exam.

Here are 3 focal points that you ought to aim for:

1. Daily Revision: This feature allows students to revise the questions they have got wrong while practicing in the last three days. You can remember the topics and concepts by revising your shortcomings daily.

NEET Revision Guide
Daily Revision to master shortcomings

2. Weakness-based revision: Aspirants should understand the concepts first. They should focus most of the time on understanding their weaker areas and going through the fundamentals. The best way to test your learning is by practicing questions.

3. Time-based revision: Focus on the topics or concepts you have not studied for a long time. This would help you to stay in touch with the topics you have ignored for a while.

This revision again has 2 subdivisions:

  • Fast revision: You should focus on practicing daily questions from the app.
  • Focused revision: You should focus on studying the concepts, topics, or subjects and then practice MCQs. For instance, if you have completed a sub-topic, solve sub-topic-wise questions to understand how much knowledge you have actually gained.

Note: Focused revision & weakness-based revision can be clubbed to form focused practice.

Core Fundamentals of NEET Revision Features

NEET revision consists of some core fundamentals that aspirants should consider before jumping into their books and starting revision. Some of the basic points are:

1. Any topic can be remembered well if you revise them soon enough. For instance, if you have studied a topic today, you will remember it better tomorrow. Try to revise the topic again tomorrow or the day after tomorrow to increase retention.

2. You can’t spend equal time on each topic. There will be some areas where you will be weak. Spending more time on weaker topics will yield better results than focusing on the topics where you already have a strong grip.

3. Revising topics or chapters at regular intervals will keep the topics fresh, and you will be able to remember them much more easily.

We don’t expect every aspirant to follow the above fundamentals but following them will certainly generate better results.

Optimize your revision

Our results-oriented features have been designed to help you utilize your precious preparation time in the best possible way.

  1. 60% of the time is spent on the weakest 30% of topics
  2. 40% of the time is spent on the oldest touched topics

This pattern may not be ideal or is expected from everyone. Every individual has their own study pattern but following the above time division is a good starting point.

So, how exactly should you use Darwin’s Revision Feature?

We have broken it down for you stepwise:

  1. Do Daily Revision after practicing NEET MCQs
  2. Give 75% of your time to focused revision. Out of 75%, 60% of time should be allotted to weak topics and 15% to oldest touched topics. If both topics are the same, count them in weakness-based revision.
  3. Spent 25% time of your time in Deep Revision.
How to revise for NEET PG
Baseline Composition – Focused and Deep Revision

Do Revision While Practicing Questions

We expect NEET aspirants to spend approximately 6-7 hours on the app for optimal results. That means you should do the following:

1 hour: Daily Revision

1 hour: Deep Revision

4 hours: Focused Practice.

We want our students to spend most of their time on focused practice/revision. Why? Because focusing on your weaknesses or areas where you are making the most mistakes is crucial to acing NEET 2023 exam. You should study these topics or concepts, revise the notes, and practice questions to master them. Ideally, you should spend three times the time on focused practice than on “Daily Revision” or “Deep Revision.”

Now, coming to the number of NEET MCQs, you should practice each day.

You should practice:

  1. 120 Questions from Daily Revision
  2. 100 Questions from Deep Revision
  3. 120 Questions from Focused practice when done with notes
  4. 360 Questions from Focused practice when focused on tons of questions.


Every individual is distinct, with their learning preferences, weaknesses, strengths, and potential areas for improvement. Darwin NEET Prep app encourages and challenges students to achieve their best. It does not follow a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, our AI customizes the NEET revision features to align with each student’s strengths, needs, and interests.

Darwin NEET Prep has embraced the student-centered learning philosophy. We help you prepare for the NEET journey in such a manner that each student is allowed to reach his or her full potential. By personalizing your revision plan based on your preparation stage, you can be assured of success in the NEET exam.