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NEET – Exam Strategy & Success Tips

Doctor is not just a profession even he can be considered as the god on earth who saves millions of lives every day and dedicate their own life for those whom he doesn’t know or without any relation. To become a successful doctor, a candidate must be conscientious and dedicated. The first step towards this profession is to clear the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examination conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). Only after getting qualified in this exam, a candidate will get the admission in leading medical colleges of India.

If you think of the scenario 10-15 years back, there is not much competition even the college studies and general courses were enough to get selected in the hard exams like NEET. But in this present era of tough competition, all the aspirants get into the gritty race and working hard but smart. Before begin the preparation, you must know about the basics of NEET examination.

The core subjects in NEET are Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany. From 2020 new guidelines English has been mandatory as a core subject for NEET examination. 180 questions are asked from each subject section, each question carry 4 marks. The first and the foremost thing is to cover 11th and 12th class syllabus thoroughly from the standard books.

The lower age limit is 17 years and upper age limit is 25 years for NEET exam. 50% marks in core subjects is compulsory to enter into NEET examination.

Here in this article “NEET – Exam Strategy & Success Tips” we are providing you some tips and tricks for NEET 2020 exam strategy.

  • Analyze the Syllabus

Syllabus is the first stair you need to put your first step upon. Without proper analyzation of syllabus, a candidate will not be able to study smartly and there is a chance of time wastage over those topics which are not so important. Syllabus acts as a mirror for your preparation to any examination.

  • Focus on high weightage topics

The first preference of any candidate must be the high weightage topics as it will increase your ranking by increasing your marks. There is not much time left for NEET 2020 so you need to be smart in your choice of topics during revision as you can’t study whole of the syllabus or books.

  • Study standard study material

Standard books contain standard concepts and theories with efficient language and easy tips and tricks which are helpful in understanding the concepts and build up the interest of students towards any topic. The expertise online lectures or some study material helps you to prepare in more effective way and clearing the doubts.

  • Follow time table with punctuality

Punctuality binds us with our dream or goal. If you are punctual, it shows your dedication towards your objective. A candidate needs to follow the time table honestly otherwise there will be no consistency in the preparation and you lag behind those candidates who are working hard day and night with honesty and zeal.

  • Prepare self-notes while studying

Self-notes are easy to understand as they are written by you as per your needs and demands. You can even make your own short tricks which helps you to remember things and memorize during the examination. Notes also saves the time during revision at last minute or last day. You should not opt for detailed books while just few days left for main examination, it will take lot of your time reading a single topic.

  • Emphasis on weaker sections

Make your weakness your strength is absolutely correct way to boost your preparation. More emphasis should be laid on the weaker sections only if you have enough time but if you have only 10-15 days left with you then you must prepare or revise only those topics which you know well.

  • Revise consistently

It happens with most of the students, they forget those things which they knew well just before the examination. To avoid such type of silly mistakes, a candidate must revise the topics consistently or even daily before going to the bed what they read in the whole day. This ensures long term memorization.

  • Give Mock tests

Giving proper mock tests makes your preparation more qualitative and make you quite familiar with the trend of exam and updated pattern. It also helps you analyze how well you are prepared for the upcoming exam and weak points and strengths. But avoid giving mock test during the last days preparation as it will create pressure on your mind and may demoralize you if you unable to obtain good enough marks. The level and pattern of mock test and main exam may be distinct.

  • Maintain positive mindset

Positive mindset is compulsory for every challenge and test of life. It makes you self-confident and encourages you to become successful. Only you are the shaper of your destiny, you can achieve everything what you are craving for. Be positive and keep trust on your abilities. Don’t set limits for your achievements, there is lot to achieve and a lot to elicit.

  • Have a healthy diet

Healthy diet keep yourself healthy and a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. Maintain your health before your exams otherwise all your preparation will go in vain.

  • Take mid breaks

Take proper breaks and keep yourself cheering to avoid monotony. It will energize the mind and soul and motivate you to achieve something great that you really deserve.

“All your dreams will come true, foster the courage to chase them.”

“The perfect secret of getting ahead is getting started.”

All the best

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