The announcement about NEET entrance exams for admission into medical courses made students agitated. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) will be held on 7th May 2017. This entrance exam is the gateway for students to seek a seat in top medical colleges. With only three months left, students should start following a unique preparation strategy.
Here are a few tips for all the Medical aspirants who aspire to crack NEET 2017.
- Do not restrict your preparation to NCERT syllabus:
Though NCERT syllabus is important, never limit your preparation to it. Make sure you cover every topic of different subjects from NCERT and various reference books. You can take suggestions from your mentor during your NEET preparation.
- Follow a plan with well-defined long-term and short-term goals:
Create a plan with topics that you need to complete on a weekly and monthly basis, along with a number of practice tests for different sub-topics and subjects on a fortnightly or monthly basis.
- Set a target for yourself:
Make sure you set a syllabus completion and score attainment targets for yourself. Always motivate yourself to reach your goals within a stipulated time period.
- Make notes of critical formulae:
As you go through any given topic, make notes of critical formulae you come across. Once you cover the entire topic, don’t forget to attach them to a separate file so that you can refer it for revision in future.
- Don’t ignore health:
You must have gone through sleepless nights while preparing for the NEET exam. But, make sure you do not sacrifice your sleep right before the exam. You will feel dizzy during the exam which can affect your performance. Remember, our brain works best when it gets enough rest.
- Practice mock tests:
You can practice mock test for better grades in the exam. Joining NEET crash course can help you practice more, improve your speed and give a better performance.
- Prioritise the topics:
There are many important topics that you have to study for NEET 2017. You can prioritize them based on your interest and timings. Anyway sooner or later, you have to study those topics.
- Focus on the weaker areas:
There are chances that you might be strong in few subjects but weak in some. Do not get disheartened by this. Find the weaker areas by writing preparatory tests and work hard on those subjects.
- Take help of new technologies:
There are many who believe reading textbooks and making notes with a pen on paper is the best way to study. However, with the advancement in technology, there are options to personalize studies. Be it through educational apps, blogs, learning was never simpler as it is now.
- Have a positive attitude:
Your attitude affects your results. If you have a negative approach and keep believing that you cannot do it, then this won’t help you score well in the exam. The moment you start thinking positively, you will definitely see the changes in your result.
Hope these tips will help you to prepare for NEET smartly.
All the Best!