Do you want to be a NEET Topper? Learn from the Experts

  • Jun 17,2019

NEET Result has been released on June 5, 2019. Over 14 lakhs students appeared for NEET 2019 on May 5, 2019, out of which, 7,97,042 students qualified the exam.

Nalin Khandelwal from Rajasthan had scored 99.999%. He stated that his success comes from engaging with NCERT and practice papers consistently. “NCERT syllabus of every subject is important for success in NEET, so I did multiple readings for cracking NEET. Further, I studied the topic-wise past examination papers of all the subjects of NEET for getting an idea about the pattern of the questions and their difficulty level which also helped me,” He added.

Importantly, Nalin doesn’t own a smartphone and he stayed away from social media. 

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Delhi’s Bhavik Bansal who has topped the national capital in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 and emerged as all India rank 2 holder in the same has now topped the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) MBBS entrance exam said that he found AIIMS exam more challenging than NEET. 

“During the two years of class 11 and 12, I prepared for AIIMS MBBS entrance test. Since from past years, AIIMS is not releasing its question papers, the preparation gets more ambiguous. While there are previous year papers available through multiple sources, none is completely reliable. Thus, I used to practice from JEE preparation books as well,” he said.

While it may seem as out of syllabus but it helped Bhavik to sharpen his concepts and helped him to attain speed.

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Bhavik also enrolled in full-time coaching and Online Test series. “The calculations in AIIMS exam are never straight forward. No one formulae fit in. Thus it is time-consuming and one needs to have a hold of both the concept as well as speed to attain accuracy in the exam. I used to study extensively in a particular topic and made my preparation more focused during class 12. I used to take books for the entrance exam to my school as well and utilize whatever time I got. ”

He said that while he studied daily, there was no fixed schedule. “I studied every day but kept my schedule flexible. I allotted time to a subject based on my interest, inquisitiveness and the requirement of the topic. Sometimes I spent weeks studying the same topic. It is important to cover each subject thoroughly.” said Bansal.

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This is what Bhavik had to say with regards to preparations, “One needs to devote sufficient time to reach the goal. Focus and dedication are the mantras not only for MBBS but for all examinations. I made MBBS my target and from Class XI started focussing on the goal. Don’t divert focus; your hard work will definitely pay”.

Het Shah, NEET 2016 topper, advice for future aspirants – “Maintain regularity; stick to your basic concepts as most questions are likely to come from there. If you have access to some sort of guidance or help, it is good. If you do hard work then you can crack the exam”.

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