There are many study tips for NEET/AIIMS preparation like best practices, methods and preparation strategy. Along with useful tips you also need to keep in mind some of the things to avoid in the preparation.
Things to Avoid in NEET/AIIMS Preparation :
- Excessive TV/Social media
- Quantity over Quality
- Not allowing flexibility in studies
- Becoming sad due to low scores in tests
- Long study hours
- Negative People/Thoughts
Procrastination is a lazy habit, you don’t need this in NEET/AIIMS preparation. Finishing homework and assignments on time is a habit which helps in achieving your goal. Be consistent. Stick to your study schedule and plan. Getting stuck is fine. Staying stuck isn’t. Do something. Clear your doubts asap.
Don’t study while you’re watching TV, getting sleepy, or thinking something else not related to your preparation. Always study with full concentration. Don’t perform any other task when you are studying for your exams.
Excessive TV/Social media
Avoid anything that can take your precious time, NEET/AIIMS preparation need your focus and dedication, rest of the things can wait.
Quantity over Quality
Quality matters more than quantity. The number of books you read doesn’t increase your chances of success in NEET/AIIMS. You need to aware of what’s in the syllabus and avoid questions which are above the exam level. It’s recommended to refer a coaching study material.
Not allowing flexibility in studies
Ideally your time table should cover all the subjects but sometimes when your mind says it’s enough of studying a subject for the day, then it’s okay to move on to other subject. The adjustment is fine as long as you are finishing your daily work/assignment.
Becoming sad due to low scores in tests
Monthly/Weekly tests in coaching or mock tests are just to evaluate your understanding and learning. It’s a way to learn from your mistakes. Don’t get demotivated because of low scores in tests. It’s a continuous effort till the exam day. Have patience, keep trying and don’t give up.
Long study hours
Avoid long study hours if it results in fatigue. Small breaks after 45–50 minutes of study can improve your productivity.
Stay in the group of positive people who motivates you. Whether it’s your friends, peers, parents and teachers, you need support from people around you.
The distractions comes due to lack of passion, interest and determination. If you badly want something, your aim is clear to achieve it. You’ll have plenty of time later to spend your time enjoying things you miss out during the preparation.
All the best.
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