How Do I Do Long-Term Memorization for the NEET?

By | Posted on August 5th, 2020

Long term memorization for NEET.

This is a guest post from Aditi Sahejpal (Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore).

We know there is a lot of syllabus to be covered for NEET. At times it’s difficult to memorize everything. Here are a few tips which might be useful for you to retain things better and for long term :

  1. Whatever you read, try to revise it within the same or next week.
  2. For completely factual data, maintain a notebook – use different color pens and keep on revising it.
  3. Make sticky notes, paint your walls with them and have a look at them once in a while.
  4. Try doing a lot of questions on the same topic, it will add data to your subconscious memory.
  5. Make flowcharts whereever possible.
  6. Write down all the formulas in a separate notebook, segregate them according to chapters. It’s easy to revise when everything is sorted topic-wise.
  7. Highlight the main points during your first or second reading and then only revise the highlighted data.
  8. Share some of the factual or conceptual knowledge with your friends, family member or a colleague preparing for NEET. Discuss some facts with them once in a while which you tend to forget.

Hope these tips help you in long- term memorization for the NEET exam.

Related Page : How to memorize a lot of stuff to crack NEET?

 

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How Do I Do Long-Term Memorization for the NEET? was last modified: August 5th, 2020 by Aditi Sahejpal