NEET Exam effective preparation tips

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test ) is held Nationwide once in a year mostly in May session for the students who gave 12th class of both CBSE & State board exams and also for the students who already passed out class 12 . NEET is the most prestigious  medical entrance test for the students with BiPC (Biology, Physics & Chemistry) & M.BiPC (Maths, Biology, Physics & Chemistry) background who aspire become doctors to serve the society. 

 

NEET is a very competitive National level examination which requires intense preparation, strategic planning and systematic approach. Every NEET aspirant should get fixed to go for dedicated study under the supervision of expert teachers and qualitative material. It must be like a mission to be completed with perfect determination

 

The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is a national level entrance examination which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), for the admission to MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges of India (except AIIMS & JIPMER). The competition among the 16-17 Lakh students is for 1 Lakh seats. You can now have the idea about the level of competition in the NEET.

MBBS/BDS Seats in India through NEET – Class 12 medical students and guardians are always curious to know the total number of MBBS and BDS seats across India through NEET. With the implementation of 10% reservation under EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category, the medical seats in India have been increased up to 5200. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the only entrance examination for admission to as many as 82,926 MBBS and 26,949 BDS seats across India in 532 and 313 medical and dental colleges, respectively. After the increase of total MBBS/BDS seats in India through NEET has gauged the chances of aspirants for admission in government, private, deemed/central institutes.
LATESTNEET 2020 new exam date has been announced HRD Minister!

1. Effective Tips for NEET Preparation

As the competition for the NEET is mounting gradually, the student should plan a sensible strategy on how to prepare for it to secure an admission in any branded medical college in a country. If persistent preparation is not started to this point of time, its time at least to walk an extra mile and make effective efforts to crack the admission in up and coming NEET exam. The volume and density of NEET syllabus are undoubtfully vast but the entire task can be made easy by working out well, stitched study plan and preparation tips as given below.

  1. Work out customized and hourly time table.
  2. Prepare according to the Latest Syllabus and pattern.
  3. Regular practice and systematic preparation are success Magic Mantras.
  4. Access and refer to standard and well-researched study material.
  5. Attempt Full – length Mock tests and practice tests.
  6. Special drive on Week Topics and grey areas.
  7. Prepare short notes for last-minute revision.
  8. Master the basic concepts of the specified subjects.
  9. Set firm and fixed time slot for the study of core subjects.
  10. Health should be the first priority during preparation.
  11. A balanced diet, nutritious food and liquids keep us fit for extended study hours.
  12. Remain positive and confident by sustaining the best energy levels and hope.
  13. Intense interactions with tutors enhance the experience and make the individual attempt the exam with multiplied confidence.
  14. Time management and perfect time table with a focused mind are a key to the final success in the entire preparation.
  15. Divide the NEET syllabus into segments and complete the task on time.

Prepare for NEET Exam 2020 According to the Syllabus

The students should know the latest NEET syllabus and the exam pattern and prepare accordingly. Preparation of the prescribed syllabus is advisably rather than accessing beyond the syllabus. Both NEET and Board syllabus have uniform topics and preparing for those uniform topics for fixed hours help the student get ready to attempt board and NEET examination easily. Dedicate the reaming time to prepare the reaming topics which are not included in the board syllabus but very important from NEET point of you.

Have a look on to the tips given below to get help about how to prepare for NEET coaching.

Important Instruction For NEET Preparation.

Keep a copy of syllabus with you while studying.

Important topics for preparation for NEET are:

Physics: Optics, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electronic Devices, Current Electricity

Chemistry: General Organic Chemistry, Mole Concept, Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Coordination Compound, Equilibrium

Biology: Physiology of Plants and Animals, Morphology, Genetics & Evolution, Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Human Physiology, Diversity of Living Organism

NEET Cracking Tips – Refer To Standard Study Material

The vital formula to perform well in any Nation level competitive examination is to pick standard study material and advanced reference books. Which contain different levels of questions, sample papers with solutions and terse explanation. NEET exam is normally based on NCERT syllabus and hence the student is advised to refer NCERT books in detail.

Preparation Of NEET 2020 – Attempt Full-Length Mock Tests

The core challenge in the medical entrance exam is the time constraint. Solving 180 questions in 180 minutes is a hectic and tensed task. Taking a massive mock test and solving previous papers boost students confidence levels to maximize the final score in the NEET result.

The student to assess the performance regularly and spot out the week areas.

Take help from your mentors and teachers to better the week areas.  Don’t read any new topics before 2-3 months of the exam. Just revise all the older ones.

Some useful practices for NEET Preparation 

 The student should be self-willed to hit the target even under hard circumstances.

Have full clarity on the rudiments of the subjects. 

Read NCERT books out and out along with other NEET preparation books.

Keep revising the tough topics by settings special time.

 Take as many as time bounding mock tests to see your accuracy and time management.

 Avoid any new topics in the last 2-3 months.

 Be prepared to attempt all GTs, mock tests with zero tension and anxiety neurosis.

NEET Exam (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), formerly renowned as AIPMT, is a Medical Entrance Test that opens the admittance for the aspiring students in two most popular medical courses, that are –

 MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery), a Graduate Medicine Course

 BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery), a Graduate Dental Course

All the best for your preparation!

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