The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is a competitive exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for aspirants seeking admissions to undergraduate MBBS and BDS courses all over India. Every year, more and more candidates apply for NEET Exam to pursue a career in medical science. Before preparing for any competitive exam, candidates should be aware of the basic details of the examination.
Year on year, the competition for the exam is rising and how! In order to crack and qualify to take up a medical seat, one must have the best strategy. Part of the strategy must be a study planner, exhaustive revisions, mastering NCERT syllabus from class 11 & 12, getting acquainted with question papers, and much more. Aim high! A well-documented, customized plan covering all your strengths and weak points can serve as a boon. Here, we bring to you some preparation tips for NEET which you can follow
Know the NEET Syllabus
The very first thing that aspirants should know is the complete information about the official NEET syllabus. They can compare the NEET syllabus with their board exam syllabus. It is beneficial because if there are common chapters, candidates will not have to prepare for them separately. This can give extra time to prepare for the topics that are not covered in the syllabus
Make a Practical Timetable and Follow it Strictly
There are many students who were good at studies but failed to crack the exam. One big reason was the lack of a good strategic NEET preparation plan. Without managing your time, you can’t qualify the exam. The best way to prepare for NEET is sticking to a perfect timetable as it will help you to stay focused on your goai. The vast syllabus should also be divided into the timetable very accurately so that you can complete the whole syllabus on time. Be clear about your potential and make a realistic NEET Preparation Time Table according to it. Concentrate on weaker sections A student can be very strong in one topic and relatively weaker in another, but they should not get demotivated with this. They should work harder on the sections they are weak to strengthen them. They can take guidance from teachers and friends if they find it difficult to understand any concept. Candidates can solve NEET sample papers and previous year’s question papers to analyze their weaker areas and dedicate more time to those sections. By this, they can overcome their fear of weakness and gain a lot of confidence.
Practice NEET sample papers and previous years’ question papers
One of the greatest challenges for any entrance exam is the time limitation. Practise is key, not only for NEET, but any competitive exam. Candidates have to complete 180 questions within a time duration of 3 hours. This means that they can dedicate only 1 minute for each question. Thus, time management skill is essential for NEET Exam. Candidates should practice NEET sample papers and previous years’ question papers to improve their accuracy and speed levels. Solving question papers will also give them an idea about the question pattern, difficulty level of questions and chapter-wise weightage in the exam. They can also analyse their weak and strong areas by solving mock papers
The best way to improve memory skills is to prepare notes while studying. Candidates should jot down all the important notes in a copy or a diary which can be useful for revision before the examination and save a lot of time for them. Candidates should note down the points clearly as it will help them to avoid confusion during the time of revision.
Be Confident and Positive about your Preparation
Your positive and proactive attitude will have a great impact on your NEET preparation. A careless and negative attitude will not give you the zeal to crack the exam. When you think positive, your brain works in the same direction to achieve that goal.
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