Preparing for NEET requires a lot of hard work as you are aiming for admission to the top government medical colleges in India. You will be competing against the best and the brightest students who wish to become doctors. Hence, you need to prepare faster and better compared to others to beat the competition.
To ensure that students are well prepared for the upcoming NEET exam, CareerOrbits has released a list of the top tips and tricks that will help the NEET aspirants prepare better.
- Get your NEET fundamentals right – Even though NEET UG exam is primarily based on 10+2 board syllabus, the level of questions asked in NEET are of higher difficulty level compared to Boards. So, you need to develop a solid foundation of fundamentals for NEET. Before jumping to any reference material, you need to go through your school textbooks to ensure your fundamentals are in place.
- Focus on practicing NEET questions – If you have a knack for memorising the topics instead of solving and practicing questions, you need to change your strategy if you want to crack NEET. You need to learn how to apply the concepts through a rigorous practice of NEET-level questions. Not just practicing, but learning the right ways of solving the questions is also important.
- Choose the right study material – Don’t fall for books/courses which provide you Lacs of questions to practice. You don’t want to waste your time in attempting Board level questions. Get the right NEET-level questions and their detailed solutions. Before you opt for any other practice material, ensure that you have covered all the questions in NEET Question Bank with detailed doubt clearance.
- Be Consistent – Consistency is the key. Managing your NEET preparation along with school and Board exams might be difficult. So, instead of studying 10-12 hours at a stretch on holidays only, allocate at least 3-4 hours daily towards practice. Practice questions based on chapters taught to you in school every day. Create a study plan and follow it.
- Evaluating your preparation – The pressure of attempting 180 questions in 180 minutes will be challenging even to the brightest minds. So, take regular chapter tests and when the NEET exam is near, take unit/minor tests and also, full-length NEET mock tests in the last few months to achieve the optimum level of speed and accuracy for NEET.