The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is also known as NEET- UG. This exam is conducted for admission to medical and dental colleges across the country. NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam is conducted in offline mode i.e. pen and paper-based. In this article, we will discuss some tips & tricks to prepare effectively for NEET.
The syllabus for NEET examination is vast and you need to know exactly what to read and what not to read. NEET exam syllabus is designed by CBSE with the help of NCERT. So, we suggest you to go through the NEET exam syllabus and compare it with your own school board exam syllabus. It will be beneficial for you if you find some common chapters while comparing your school exam syllabus with NEET exam syllabus as you will not need to prepare those topics separately.
Biology: Reproduction and Physiology of Plants and Animals, Ecology and Environment, Cell Biology
Physics: Thermodynamics, Optics, and Mechanics
A good study material is always a key advantage and choosing the right study material is very much confusing. Take help of your teachers and subject experts to choose the right study material for NEET examination. You can also consult NEET exam toppers to see which book they referred. If you are not able to reach them then read the interviews of NEET exam toppers so that you can get some tips and tricks to crack NEET examination.
Put more effort on weaker areas
Some students are very strong in one subject and weak in another subject. For example, a student is good at solving numericals in Physics but he is not good at remembering chemical formulas. Don’t get demoralized by that. Work hard in the weaker areas to strengthen them. If you are not able to study those tough subjects alone take help of your friends, seniors or teachers.
Mock Test Papers
Practice as many mock test papers as you can. Practicing mock test papers will help you to know your weaker areas so that you can brush them up before the actual exam. The time allotted for NEET examination is 3 hours for 180 questions. It means students have to finish 1 question in 1 minute. Therefore, time management is a mandatory skill for this examination. It is recommended to solve previous year question papers and to focus on the frequently asked questions, topics and pattern.
Take proper breaks between your study hours for an effective preparation. It is suggested to avoid taking long breaks, otherwise it will kill the flow of your study. The breaks can be taken in the form of a simple walk for 30 minutes, or a trip to the gym.
Take help of technology
The whole world is now at your fingertips through the internet. Give online test and study using educational videos. Watching and learning through videos will help you to understand the topics faster than studying with textbooks.
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