Best of Mystudycart 2019 : IIT-JEE and NEET-UG Examination Tips

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Best JEE NEET exam tips 2019.

Like previous years, this year too, many IITians, engineering and medical students from prestigious institutes published examination tips and advice for JEE/ NEET preparation on Mystudycart platform.

Best of Mystudycart 2019 : IIT-JEE and NEET-UG Examination Tips

Here we are sharing 2019 summary of some of the best tips from the students who cleared JEE/ NEET, and now helping and guiding future aspirants.

Start whatever task you are planning to do later, right away. It might seem hard, but do it. Do it until you are satisfied with what you have done. Do it even after the temporary motivation wears off. Once you feel that this is your normal state of being, start planning your time table.

Rohit A (IIT Kharagpur)
Post link : How to Follow a Time Table During IIT-JEE Preparation?

Don’t spend your precious time in listening or watching motivational videos of blah blah. Until you don’t do your work, they will be of no use. Set your schedule and jump in intense preparation phase.

Jyoti Choudhary (631/720 in NEET 2017)
Post link : Tips to Stay Persistent till the End in NEET Preparation

First and the foremost is that you should have a good theoretical knowledge of everything (‘most’ to be realistic) which is in your syllabus. That means that whenever you see a question, you should have a fair idea about ‘What topic, the question revolves around’ and what are the probable concepts which you can use to solve that question.

Abhishek Garg (AIR 760 in NEET 2018)
Post link : How to Increase Speed in Solving Physics for the NEET 2020?

Always revise the topics taught on a particular day on that day itself. It will do two things, first your understanding would be strong enough that you don’t forget about it sooner and second that it will avoid the chances of that topic getting added to the list of your backlogs which otherwise will haunt you throughout your preparations.

Abhay Singh (IIT-Guwahati)
Post link : Top 15 Preparation Tips for JEE Main and JEE Advanced

Never keep your doubt’s pending, they simply keep piling up and disappear into nothingness. You forget your doubt’s in due course of time and remember however silly it might seem to be, it has a potential to ruin your NEET. I was hesitant in asking doubt’s in 11th and that did cost me some marks in NEET.

Shriyal Prabhudesai (MBBS from AFMC Pune)
Post link : 6 Common Mistakes to Avoid in NEET Preparation

There will be times when you start an exam and realise that you’re not getting the first 2–3 questions. There are two paths you can take from here. You can tell yourself that you don’t know anything and that you are a failure. Or, you can tell yourself that if it’s difficult for you, it must be difficult for everyone. Tell yourself that you’re still in the game. Your temperament decides how difficult the rest of the paper is. If you think you cannot do it, even the easiest of questions will seem difficult. If you think you can do it, even the hardest of questions will seem doable.

Ishan Kapnadak (AIR 228, JEE Advanced 2019)
Post link : 10 Things to Keep in Mind When Starting IIT JEE Preparation

While giving mocks you will notice why you are scoring low (if you are scoring low). It could be due to lot of wrong questions, speed factor, lack of knowledge about questions and under preparation. Whatever the reason may be try to focus on your weak topics and areas and work hard to improve on those areas. With continued efforts in the right direction and patience your JEE Main score will automatically increase.

Abhay Singh (IIT-Guwahati)
Post link : How to Increase JEE Main Score in Tests and Exam?

Self analysis, after the tests, is a very important part of your journey. It lets you think about the concepts that you applied at the time of the exam and also add-ons to your memory, the answers that you got wrong (especially in Biology) and there are least chances of getting a similar question wrong again in the future.

Abhishek Garg (AIR 760 in NEET 2018)
Post link : How to Improve NEET Score in Tests – NEET-UG Score Booster

The art of option elimination : The most important of all the tips. Do not just run in doing the solution of the question as soon as you see it. First of all see all the options because many times it would happen that you need not solve the problem as the options would be rejected leading to only one correct answer.

Sparsh Agrawal (IIT-Roorkee)
Post link : How to Score Decent Marks in JEE Mains?

The most important questions in NEET are the previous year questions. Do look at them and take a note of questions asked outside NCERT. This would give you a perspective about the type of questions asked in the NEET exam. They are most reliable but not 100% as in entrances, surprises are expected.

Gautam Chellani (AIR 28 in NEET-UG 2019)
Post link : Subject Specific Preparation Tips for NEET

Stay focused everyday. You must realize your dream and the reason for why you want it so much. Believe me, this will insist you to come out of your comfort zone and work more harder to achieve the long cherished dream. Your desire and passion towards your goal is the biggest inspiration to study more and more.

Debapriya Dhar (MBBS Student)
Post link : Study Tips for NEET 2020 Droppers

We would like to thanks all our authors for providing valuable tips and advice to students preparing for competitive exams like IIT-JEE and NEET. We will continue to publish more useful posts for JEE/ NEET aspirants in 2020.

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Best of Mystudycart 2019 : IIT-JEE and NEET-UG Examination Tips was last modified: December 27th, 2019 by Rajesh Saharan