Will NEET 2020 be Difficult or Easier than 2019 (Previous Years)?

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Difficulty level of NEET can’t be predicted in advance as it varies every year. It’s a common myth among medical aspirants that NEET exam gets tougher every year. NEET 2020 can be tough or easier than 2019 and previous years. As a NEET aspirant, it’s not good to worry about these things during the preparation.

It’s all about Relative Performance.

Easy or difficult, it shouldn’t matter. Your preparation should never be according to the difficulty level of paper. Everything is relative. If paper is tough, it is tough for everyone and vice versa and due to this the cutoffs fluctuates. All that matters is relative performance.

How to Deal with Tough NEET 2020 Paper?

You should never get scared of a tough NEET paper. It will be the same for all NEET aspirants. What matters is how you perform on the examination day. Those who keep their calm during the exam are the one who perform well.

Don’t assume/predict the difficulty level of the paper. If you have prepared well for NEET then it will be easier. If you have not studied properly then it will be tougher. Any subject can be easy, moderate or tough in NEET 2020. You have to prepare well in all three subjects.

Study hard with consistency.

That’s it.

All the best!

Joining an online crash course for NEET 2020 will be handy for you, where you can clear your doubts from experienced teachers and practice online mock tests for NEET. 

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Will NEET 2020 be Difficult or Easier than 2019 (Previous Years)? was last modified: October 11th, 2019 by Rajesh Saharan
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