Last Minute Hacks to Crack NEET Exam

  • Apr 17,2019

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on May 3, 2020.

To help you prepare better, here are a few smart hacks:

Read NCERT Books

Make sure to get the NCERT basics right and cover the Exemplar questions which will help you to understand the nature of questions being asked in the exam.

Follow the elimination method of answering. To manage time, avoid detailed steps and use shortcuts if you are confident about it.

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Be thorough with the details from NCERT books as one can expect a lot of direct questions which are direct theory based or a direct application of a formula.

Practice Online Mock Tests

Joining online test series like Edumate Plus can also support your preparation. Mock tests will help you gauge your rank among other aspirants. Edumate Plus has Leadership Board which encourages healthy competition between you & your peers. Practicing more is the key. The best approach now would be to practice as much as you can. With Edumate Plus NEET Mock Test, you will be able to identify your weak areas. You can then focus on these weak areas and analyse how fast & accurately you can solve questions.

Craft your own ‘Study Strategy’

Based on your performance in Edumate Plus mock tests, you will be able to figure out your weaker chapters/units. Make a note of these and keep revising them. Make sure you get your NCERT basics right, especially for those topics.

Craft your personal strategic study plan which will allow you to complete the syllabus while leaving you with enough time for revision as well. The most important thing is to play to your strengths.

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Simple Hacks for Biology

Don’t do guessing. A single incorrect question can put you down by a few hundred ranks.

Why would you want to take a chance with a one in four-probability (25% chance) of getting it right?!

Genetics and Evolution is one of the most important units for NEET. The theoretical topics like Classification, Taxonomy and scientific names of plants and animals are best to revise these again closer to the exam day.

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Simple Hacks for Chemistry and Physics

Thermodynamics is an important topic that is covered under both Chemistry and Physics but in a slightly different way.

Other important chapters are Semiconductors, Current Electricity, Communication Systems, and Dual Nature of Matter in Physics. The States of Matter, Chemistry in Everyday Life and Polymers are similar topics to be covered under Chemistry.

Revise the formulae and important equations of at least two chapters daily. Remember, there are around 30 chapters in both the subjects – a total of 60 and you have more than enough time to make a strategic plan.

Topics of similar importance in Physics would be Kinematics, Electricity, & Magnetism and in Chemistry, it would be Chemical Bonding, States of Matter, Coordination Chemistry, & General Organic Chemistry. If you are thoroughly prepared for such chapters, you stand a chance to score higher.

Time plays a very crucial role, both in your preparation and the exam. Plan your revisions and check the time taken to solve questions from each chapter.

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