The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be held on May 6, 2018 and all the Medical aspiring students have only a few months left to prepare for the exam. During the last year, the exam was held in two parts that is NEET I and NEET II in which physics was considered to be the trickiest section. This year, more than 10 lakh candidates have already registered for the exam. With just a few months to go, it’s time to pull your socks and prepare accordingly.
Here are some strategies that you should inculcate as time comes closer to NEET 2018:
In the past you have spent enough time over previous year attending classes and trying to understand numerous concepts. If all these concepts are in a jumble, then collect your notes and glimpse through all the biggest concepts and organise them in a proper way. When it comes to competitive exams like NEET or JEE, well organised notes are considered to be life savers. Organising your notes will also give you a chance to quickly brush through all the important concepts and will act as a round of revision.
2. Practice Sample Papers
Practicing previous year’s papers and mock tests will not only give you a good idea of how to manage your time during an exam, but will also help you narrow down the kind of questions that will be asked. This will also build up your confidence.
3. Mistakes and Weaknesses
Everyone has a weakness and there is one particular concept that always keeps going wrong. When you have identified these mistakes, you can spend a little time trying to understand them. Give yourself two or three days to go through the tougher portions of the syllabus and revert to revision of topics that you are confident about.
The most important thing that students should keep in mind is their mental and physical health. Working hard and studying continuously is good until it makes you sick. There is no point of your preparation if you are unwell to write the paper on the exam day.
Therefore, on a concluding note all you need to remember is to take a good number of breaks between studies. Make sure to eat healthy and do not miss out on sleep. A healthy body and mind will help you greatly.
Author: Kriti Kohli
Kriti is an active blogger with decent experience in the education industry. She researches on various topics related to education & various other competitive exams and pens down her research in the form of articles & blogs. She performs extensive research, adds several crucial information, inputs and statistics in her write-ups. When she is not writing, she loves wandering around the hills, as exploring nature excites her the most.