Simple hacks to score high in NEET 2019

  • Dec 27,2018

Quick summary: The NEET is a 3-hour long exam which includes 3 sections — Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Of the total 180 questions, 90 would be from Biology and 45 each from Physics and Chemistry. Preparation syllabus includes the whole of 11th and 12th standard NCERT textbooks in the respective subjects.

Solve previous year papers

The wisest step to take now would be to solve question papers of the past few years. No competitive exam preparation is complete without solving past papers.

These often act as a good indication of popular topics and question patterns. It would be best to start by practicing the latest paper first, and keep going backward (attempt the 2018 paper first, followed by 2017, 2016 and so on). This is because, the NEET/AIPMT (as previously called) patterns have been changing over the years, and the last 5 years’ papers will give a good understanding of what to expect.

Divide your time- Candidates should divide their time in such a way that an adequate amount of time is given to each session while preparing a strategy of how to crack NEET UG in first attempt. Priorities the important topics and study them thoroughly. Make sure to take small breaks when studying for long hours.

Set deadlines- Deciding when to complete one topic and the whole syllabus will be beneficial considering there are few months left in the first session of NEET. Candidates should set shorter and larger goals for them at the same time. Shorter goals will help candidates in knowing the topics covered each day while the longer goals will help in understanding how much they need to cover to crack NEET in the first attempt.

 

Here are Some GOLDEN tips for the preparation of NEET

1. Firstly, gather all the details about the officially prescribed syllabus for the examination.

2. Make a proper time-table for your preparations.

3. Follow the timetable strictly and increase your potential day by day.

4. Consider the good preparation books and study materials.

5. Practice mock test & previous year question papers.

6. Make mistakes while practicing, and correct them and never repeat them.

7. Never give up even at your low time.

8. Stay stress-free & healthy while preparing for exams.

9. Don’t try to include new topics at the end of the preparations.

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