The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance test in India, NEET Exam is conducted all over India for admission of young aspirants of the medical field in MCI approved colleges offering MBBS and BDS courses. Though the mode of exam and frequency will be seen changed this time, therefore aspirants of Class 11th and 12th should rather focus on exam preparation, considering the fact that more than 14 lakh students are expected to apply for NEET Exam 2020.
Now is the time for students to keep away from any distractions and here are some tips listed below to help them in their preparation for the NEET Exam:
- Students have a misconception that they can clear the NEET Exam just by studying in coaching, but it’s is mandatory for them to pay attention in class and do self-study at home. They should practice the important topics and related MCQs, the setting of monthly goals is important to cover the NEET Syllabus that includes about 59 topics.
- NCERT books for class 11th and 12th are the most important books for covering the syllabus of NEET Exam, students should focus on important topics of the NCERT textbooks. Solving previous year papers and giving mock tests after course completion benefits students a lot.
- It is very necessary to follow a preparation strategy in order to achieve success. Students’ activities depend on their daily schedule, so if they have a habit of waking up early in the morning, they can dedicate some hours to studying. Also, it is very necessary to take short breaks between studying hours.
- Students should study at least for 6 hours every day, prolonged efforts with 100 percent dedication will eventually result in big achievements. They can seek the guidance of a mentor or an expert in the specific field, who will help them to turn their weaknesses into strengths.
- The NEET Syllabus includes topics from subjects like Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students should not get demotivated at an early stage; they should rather focus on the remaining topics of their interest through which they can still score good marks in the exam.