Early Morning or Late Night Study for IIT JEE/ NEET?
Studying in the morning, day or night is not directly proportional to clearing an exam like JEE and NEET. But there are recommendations about what to study when.
As Dr. Vineet Dhawan said, “Morning or night study really doesn’t matter as long as you are achieving your set targets. Study analytical subjects when you’re fresh, after 6-7 hours of sleep. Always revise important points, MCQs before sleeping.”
Is it necessary to get up early in the morning to crack JEE/ NEET?
It’s not necessary to get up early in the morning to crack JEE/ NEET. What you need is dedication and consistent study during the preparation. It could be early morning or late night. The choice is yours.
Still some people suggest that early morning study is always good. The reason could be the calm and freshness, you will have more energy in the morning and your brain can absorb things fast.
Advantages of early morning study for JEE/ NEET
- Human brain cells tend to be more receptive in the early hours of the day.
- You can find yourself completing larger targets within a short time in the morning.
- Study sessions in the morning will be more stress free as you have fewer things to bother you.
The more important is, when do YOU feel the most active to study? You need to identify the right time(s) when you can study well with full concentration.
Find out your best productive hours. It depends on person to person. If you remember things effectively and focus better in the evening or late night, then you can study at that time.
Good study habits for JEE/ NEET
- Take a short break after 60-90 minutes of continuous study.
- Make sure you have 7–8 hours of good sleep.
- Before sleep, do a quick revision of the things you have learned throughout the day.
If you are just starting your preparation whether that is for IIT JEE, NEET or any other exam, you can try to study at various times during the day, morning and evening. Soon you’ll get to know the best time to study, that gives you fruitful results.
Finally, don’t bother about what others say, go with your strength and comfort level. As long as you are enjoying studying, solving problems, you are on the right path to achieve your goal.
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