The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET 2022 soon. Although the application process and other logistical requirements are yet to begin, students should start with their preparation right now. To help out the students, Dr. Shivang and Dr. Kanika who run a popular YouTube channel named Doctor Duo have come up with a preparation strategy.
The last few months of preparation is the most crucial time to ace the NEET exam. As such, students will have to give not their 100 but 200% to prepare for the exam. It’s going to be hard but it will be worth the result.
– Doctor Duo
How to score 720/720?
In the last NEET exam, it was seen that a majority of students scored 720/720. According to Doctor Duo, the reason behind this is that there has been a change in the exam pattern. The NCERT book has now become the bible of the NEET examination. Additionally, most of the questions are repeated from the previous year’s question papers.
1. The first point to take care of is that students should be thorough with the NCERT textbooks and also go through the previous year question papers. Almost 95% of the questions are being asked from these two sources.
2. According to them, each and every question of Biology are asked from the NCERT textbook. Whether it is human physiology or animal kingdom, the questions are mostly asked from and within the lines of the textbook.
3. Physics is all about formulas. In the case of the NEET 2022, the question paper follows an objective-type pattern. Hence, students should memorize each and every formula that is there in the book. In addition to that, one should practice as many numerical sums as possible. The NCERT and previous year numerical sums are very important in this regard.
4. A minimum of two and a maximum of three revisions are necessary for getting the perfect NEET 2022 score. The first revision should take around 45 days while the second revision must be completed within 30 days. In case the student has time for a third revision, then it should be done within 15 days.
5. Time distribution should be done in such a way so that one can complete the weak subjects and topics first and then revise the completed ones at the end. It is not necessary that every subject is given equal time. Also, while solving the previous year question papers, one should focus more on the repeated topics and not just the questions.