The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test PG, or NEET PG 2021, is all set to be conducted tomorrow, i.e. on September 11, 2021. With less than a day left for the exam, candidates are now going through their last-minute revision plan. However, in addition to revision, it is important that candidates are aware of the examination day guidelines.
Take a look at some of the guidelines:
1. NEET PG 2021 will be conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in a safe and secure environment via a computer-based test. Candidates have to report to the reporting counter as per the reporting time indicated in the admit cards. Please note that the counter will close thirty minutes prior to the commencement of the examination.
2. The conducting body or the NBE will not be responsible for the delayed arrival of the candidate. Those candidates, who will report late or beyond the prescribed time, are not going to be allowed to appear for the exam.
3. To ensure that the candidates report for the examination as per the scheduled time, candidates must familiarize themselves with the location of the test centre beforehand.
4. Under any circumstance, friends or kins of the candidates will not be allowed to enter the premises of the examination centre.
5. Candidates have to flash their NEET PG 2021 admit cards, along with their ID proofs, at the functionary standing for verification purposes. The ones, who are not in possession of their admit cards, will not be allowed to enter. Moreover, the admit cards will also act as e-passes to facilitate easy movements of the candidates.
6. The ID proof can be either Aadhar card, PAN card, driving license or passport. Candidates failing to carry a valid ID proof will not be allowed entry.
7. No stationery or textual item, electronic device, ornaments, communication devices, etc., can be carried inside the examination hall. Even if one carries any such an item, then they have to leave them at the security check. Face masks, gloves, water bottles, hand sanitizers and relevant documents are permitted to be carried to the exam lab.
As for the last-minute revision, here are some tips that students can follow to ace the examination –
1. Stay consistent with the last 7 to 10-day revision. Even if the examination falls tomorrow, students should stick to the revision.
2. Keep the new pattern of examination in mind. Know the weightage of the subjects because that will help one to revise the important subjects.
3. Do not revise the notes only. Practice the MCQs as well, even if it is the last day of preparation.
4. Avoid reading new topics because that will simply lead to wastage of time.
5. Appear for only one mock test now as that will help you to stay calm and confident.