National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 is going to be conducted on May 06, 2018 by CBSE. Not even a complete month is left for this renowned entrance test which gives admission to the aspirants in various graduate medical courses (MBBS), dental courses (BDS) or postgraduate courses (MD/MS) in government or private medical colleges in India. At this point of time, candidates need to be very focused on the study plan.
Things to know right now
Things to know right now include the topics and chapters which are most likely to come in this upcoming exam. You can talk to the candidates who have appeared earlier in NEET and get to know about the questions and everything related to exam. Candidates are advised that they should cut down on extra information and focus on important topics. Reminder: NEET 2018 admit card is releasing this week.
Management of time during the paper is also very important for achieving a good result. This is the correct time when you should judge your speed in solving the questions and numericals and improve it. Use a watch while solving questions at your home so that you can have an fair idea that how much time you are taking and what modifications have to be incorporated. Slowly, in 1 month you will be able to manage the time perfectly.
You need to reshape your study schedule and plan accordingly now because time is priceless and not much time is left right now. Self Analysis is important at this time. Try to analyze your weak and strong topics. You should now what are the topics in which you face problem and accordingly you should devote maximum time to the topics that you feel are a bit tough for you and are important for the exam.
Things to do right now
Practice mock test papers, sample papers as well as previous years papers to know about the frequently asked questions in the examinations. You will be able to get a fair idea about the type of questions that have been asked since the last few years. Also, you will be able to know about the units, topics and chapters that have more weightage in the exam. In this way, you will be able to increase your efficiency and accuracy during the exams.
Highlighting in the textbooks and making notes with a pen on a scrap of paper are the methods that still find their place and importance when it comes to preparation for the competitive exams. These will help you when you will revise them later. You will be able to save your revision time to a much extent. Using technologies like online tools, social media, blogs, videos or mobile apps for preparing has become very user-friendly these days. Many aspirants see a major change in their outcomes through these ways.
Give special care towards your health. You need to be fit from now till the exam both physically and mentally. Health also plays a major role in determining the success. Avoid junk foods and try to intake something which is nutritious. Have milk, dry fruits and some healthy drinks regularly to maintain your energy level. Never skip your breakfast, lunch or dinner. Go out in the morning for taking fresh air. These all count in staying fit and well.
Your attitude decides the effectiveness of the learning process. Positive approach and attitude has always proved to be fruitful. The moment you start thinking positively, your brain will show greater activity. Positive attitude and positive mind will lower down your nervousness level and you will feel confident for the exams. Try to stay away from useless stuffs. Along with your studies, devote time for mind relaxation. Take sound sleeps.
The final stage of preparation is the most crucial time of any competition. You need to surround yourself with all the positive ideas that could enhance your result. You can read the success stories of the candidates who have topped in this exam to motivate your own self.
Previous year, Navdeep Singh got the 1st rank in NEET 2017. He scored 180/180 in Physics, 175/180 in Chemistry and 342/360 in Biology. He says that making and executing a proper schedule is the key to success. He also adds that before the exams, specially 1-2 months prior to the exam, you need to remain detached from the social media and other deviations to maintain the concentration level.
Similar stories reveal that when you have one month left for NEET, you need to put the quality in efforts rather than spending hours with books and studying materials. You need to focus on weak points and convert them into your strength. All the best!!
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