National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET is an all India level entrance exam for different medical program and admissions into the best medical institutes in India. Becoming a successful doctor is a vision and goal for every single medical student. Overall, more than 12 lakh students appear for NEET exam and the total number of candidates is increasing every year. As per the notification released by the CBSE -Central Board of Secondary Education, NEET exams will be held on 6th of May 2018 all over India and the results will be declared on 5th of June 2018.
With less than two months left for the exam, applicants should first get familiar with the exam pattern. By now students should be well prepared with the syllabus, previous year question papers, sample papers, study materials and other reference books for NEET exam.
Here are few last minute preparation tips for NEET 2018.
As per the saying “practice makes a man perfect”. Regular practice is a must during the NEET preparations. Practice more MCQ’s, as the paper is all about the objective questions. Try to solve more test papers under exam conditions to gain an idea about the time limitation.
This is the right time to start with the revision. Hence concentrate more only on revising the notes, sample papers and other previous year question papers to get an accurate idea the exam question paper pattern.
Stop wasting your time and try to avoid all sorts of distractions. As we all know it is very hard to get a good rank in NEET exams even after tough preparation. Therefore be serious towards the exam, study effectively and try to finish all the revisions before a day of the exam.
Never keep any topic pending until the last day of your exams. As every single question is important, avoid skipping them. Biology is a vast subject, and to make it simpler and interesting, practice along with their diagrams and learn by understanding the terminologies.
Always start your preparations early in the morning with a fresh mood. Refer more running notes, important points discussed by your lecturers in your class, objectives, glossaries found at the end of every chapter, etc. Stop hanging out with your friends for a long time as there is very less time left out.
These were few last minute preparation tips for those students preparing for the NEET 2018. Lastly, never try to start any new topic at the last moment as it may create an immense trouble and confusion. So always begin your preparation early and complete it a month before. Never skip your meals during the exam period, have a proper diet, an adequate amount of sleep and regular workouts for good health, as it is most important. Try to concentrate more on the NEET important topics from Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
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