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5 Tips to Ace NEET 2018

5 Tips to Ace NEET 2018

NEET – National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam is an all India level, single entrance exam for those students willing to pursue a medical course both in government or private medical institutes. In the year 2016, the AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test) was renamed as NEET.

Becoming a successful doctor is a dream and ambition for every single medical student. Overall, more than 10 lakh students appear for NEET exam and the total number of candidates is increasing every year. As per the date sheet released by Central Board of Secondary Education, NEET exams will be held on 6th of May 2018 and the results will be declared on 5th of June 2018.

With less than three months remaining 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, study materials and other reference books for NEET exams. Here are few general preparation tips for NEET 2018.

5 Tips to Ace NEET 2018

The first and the main step in exam preparation is to prepare a smart study plan. As there will be hundreds of study materials to be revised in a short period of time. A student should have a day-to-day timetable of a complete chapter list to be covered along with the defined time limit.

As per the saying “Hard work and Determination is the Key to success”. Regular practice is a must during your NEET Preparations. Meet your seniors, toppers, lectures and make a list of all NEET important topics to be revised, including- Cell Structure, Ecology, Environment in Biology, Nuclear Physics, Thermodynamics in Physics, Coordination Chemistry and General Organic Chemistry in Chemistry.

Don’t waste your precious time by referring more books as reading many books may lead to unnecessary confusions and may lead to a wastage of time. Since you have to finish the revision of 2 years syllabus. Hence, make a list of all reference books, including NCERT books, sample papers, previous year question papers, lecture notes and other study materials.

Practice more MCQs and mock test papers to gain an idea of the time limitation as time management is the main skill required for this exam. As per the question paper pattern, students have to answer all 180 questions within 3 hours of the time limit. By practicing more NEET previous year question papers, students can gain an idea about the pattern, topics, and the frequently asked questions in the exam.

The last and important point is to stop wasting your time, stay away from all sorts of distractions and start with your preparations from now to score more than your expectations. Always practice more by writing the formulae, equations, scientific names and other important terms rather than reading them orally. Practice more experimental questions like Diffusion, Distillation, etc. Have a positive attitude towards your preparations and exam.

All the best.

Hope these tips will be quite useful while preparing for the NEET exam. For more tips and tricks to crack the exams subscribe to our BYJU’S YouTube Channel.

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