Starting early preparation for NEET, like in 8th, 9th or 10th class, doesn’t mean you have to study NEET level concepts and topics. It’s about building a foundation, learning time management, discipline, following a routine, and clearing basic concepts well.
How to Start Preparing for NEET in Class 8 and 9?
- Start a habit to study every day. With time you will be able to study for long hours without losing focus.
- Give up mugging and lay emphasis on learning concepts and applying them on problems.
- Work on your calculations in terms of accuracy and speed. Try to be accurate as well as fast. This needs practice.
- Improve your analytical skills.
- Try to solve the same problem with different methods.
- Solve puzzles and riddles.
- Build your concentration in studies.
NEET Preparation in Class 8
If you are starting NEET preparation in class 8, you have 5 years in hand to prepare for NEET. You can continue reading your school textbooks (NCERT preferably). Join a NEET foundation program in class 8, where the teachers will teach you all the prerequisites before studying as per NEET syllabus.
Follow coaching material that helps in clearing your basic concepts and you can practice questions. The material is prepared in such a way that it will cover your school preparation and you’ll be able to learn topics and chapters in more depth.
Make sure you study to understand the concepts, not just for getting marks. It’s a practice that every student should adopt from a very young age.
NEET Preparation in Class 9
Class 9 and 10 clears your base for Physics, Chemistry and Biology, which will help you in class 11 and 12. Read your Science and Math subjects very carefully. Try to understand things from the core.
Join a NEET foundation course in class 9. Your teachers will give you the right direction and support that helps in developing your skills quite early in your career.
Clear your concepts regarding the topic. Learn to solve MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions). It will help you in managing time.
You can also attempt Olympiads like NSO (National Science Olympiad) and IMO (International Maths Olympiad).
NEET Preparation in Class 10
Starting NEET preparation in class 10 will give you a total of 3 years to master the basics and complete the entire syllabus well before the exam.
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When you start preparing for NEET in class 8, 9 or 10, you will always be a few steps ahead of most of your competition. Build a strong foundation for NEET which will help you in the last 2 years of preparation in class 11 and 12.
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