NEET UG : Best Tips You Should Follow Last Minute To Secure High.
The countdown has begun for the entrance exam of NEET 2020. As per the decision of the exam authorities, NEET 2020 will be conducted on 3rd May, Sunday this year. With a little time in our hand, we thought that it will be very helpful if you got some last minute preparation tips for NEET 2020. While preparing for India's biggest medical entrance exam, there is not only the pressure of course or syllabus. There is also the pressure of continuous anxiety. It is okay to worry about your studies. But do not let the exam fear take over you. Thinking of your situation, we at Educationasia.in have pointed out some important points for you.
These last minute tips for NEET are from the experts and previous toppers which will help you to give the final push without being worn out. As the All India Rank (AIR) One holder in AIPMT (now NEET) of 2015, Vipul Garg said, "Success comes only with hard work and perseverance". He focussed on the areas he was weak in on the last some days to the exam. He also said that he continued working on his strong areas more and more. Furthermore, he kept on revising chapters and clarify his concepts of the already studied topics.
Taking care of your health, revising over and over, practicing questions and mock tests are the top priorities for the students in the last days. As per the experts say, revising topics which you have already completed is the most important routine you should follow up on the last days. Here are some bullet points to get you through the transition.
Revise - Practice - Repeat:
Following the expert's word, on the last days for the exam, you should focus more on the revision part. However, revising and practicing should be given equal priority. For instance, you can revise one of the physics chapters once and then work on some sample tests containing questions from that chapter of physics within the stipulated time. In the same way, you can continue with chemistry & biology. It will be much more effective if you set the time-frame equal to the time you’ll get during the exam. If you continue to follow this strategy planning for final revision, then your fear for the limited time can be reduced to a lot.
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Ignore Starting New Topics:
Sometimes, with a lot of pressure, students seem to forget some chapter to look up to. Last days should be spent on revisions and practicing over again and again. Never ever try to start a new topic from scratch. You can continue to spend more time in beginning new chapters but you won’t be able to keep it on track with the limited time. So, for better result ignore the new ones and continue to revise the old ones.
Focus on Important Topics:
As time is running out, prepare a list of most important topics which is on the most probable list. According to some of the successors, Electrostatics, Optics, Electromagnetic waves, and Semiconductors are the most important subjects from Physics. For Chemistry, we have P Block Elements, Organic Chemistry, Atomic Structure & Hydrocarbons as the most important chapters. Plant sexual reproduction, Inheritance, Biological Classification, Cell are the important subjects for Biology. You can also point out all the important formulas, diagrams, & graphs and keep revising them thoroughly.
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A Good Health, A Key To Success:
Health concern should be your top priority, not the least. When the exam is at the door, it can lead to a lot of panicking, heavy stress and bad health. No matter how dedicatedly you have prepared for the exam, if your health is not with you, then you can’t do well in the exam. So, keep your health at the top and then prepare yourself for the big day.
At last, your hard work, your dedication, and your result will speak for you. We wish you all the best for your great future ahead.
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