To crack NEET exam, the candidate must focus on strengthening concepts, revising topics, solving problems regularly, resolving doubts, practicing mock tests, working on weaker areas, and improving speed, accuracy, time management skills.
Preparation Tips to Crack NEET-UG
Here are some preparation tips to crack NEET entrance exam.
- Be aware of simple and basic concepts before knowing the complex ones. New concept delivered in a way that builds upon existing concepts is easier to make sense of and retain.
- While solving questions, apply the tricks (taught by coaching teachers).
- Revise everything from notes, study material or NCERT, whichever you find easier and comfortable.
- Solve past year papers and mock tests. It’s good to have enough practice of solving problems in an exam like situation. Testing yourself in an exam like scenario dramatically increases how well you will retain things later on examination day.
- Analyze the test to find out silly mistakes and weakness. Don’t repeat the same mistakes in next test.
- During the exam and before that in practice tests also, do not let any question eat up your time. Skip the question as soon as you are nowhere close to the answer. Come back to these questions after you finished the whole paper once.
- On the exam day, pick up the questions based on your strengths. It is important that your basics of almost all the topics are clear and that you can tackle easy or moderate level problems in those topics, because sometimes easier questions may come from the topics which you didn’t prepare that well.
- Maintain good eating and sleep habits. Avoid touching new topics 2-3 days before the exam. Have a good peaceful sleep, night before the exam.
- When you enter the examination hall, keep your calm and composure, and you will definitely succeed.
Be positive, don’t panic, and give your best effort to crack NEET with a good rank.
All the best.
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