National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Under Graduate (NEET) is the stepping stone for the students who aspire to become doctors in their career. It takes months of preparation for the candidates to crack the exam and secure a good rank.
For the uninitiated, NEET is a national level entrance exam for taking admission into undergraduate medical courses and dental courses in government or private medical colleges and dental colleges across the country.
Lakhs of students appear for this entrance examination every year to fulfill their medical career aspirations. Since the preparation for the medical exam takes a lot of efforts, students always find it difficult to balance the preparation time between the three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
NEET UG 2020: Given below are some important tips for the aspiring students.
1. Prepare for board exams with NEET’s perspective
Students, when preparing for board exams (to be held in February-March 2020), should shift their focus from concept-based learning to that specific form of learning which can enhance their performance in board exams and also help them NEET UG exam.
2. Make a time table
Students must prepare a study time table in such a manner that they are able to put extra hours for the NEET preparation every day. Notably the NEET registration will begin from December 2, 2019 whereas the examination will be conducted on May 3, 2020 as per the schedule release by National Testing Agency. Thus, students have near about eight months to prepare for the examination.
Students must utilise this time to figure out their strengths and weaknesses in all the three subjects, and accordingly prepare the preparation strategy
After giving the board exams, students must shift their focus towards doing a through revision of all the important topics from – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. A fine preparation strategy for NEET UG 2020 will be one that includes a good mix of theory, problem-solving and revision of previous exams’ questions.
4. Sample Papers:
Students are advised to attempt a lot of practice papers a week before the examination, in order to boost their confidence