Preparation Tips for NEET, JEE Aspirants in this 21 Day Lockdown period
NTA NEET, JEE main exam has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The NEET UG exam which is held for admission to undergraduate medical and dental courses will not be held on May 3. NTA also said that presently it has proposed to hold the NEET exam in the last week of May. However, the final date would be announced later after assessing the situation. JEE Main is held for admission to undergraduate engineering programmes which are offered at Central and State engineering and technology institutes.
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Since the NEET UG May 2020 date has been extended and there is nationwide lockdown in the country in amid coronavirus outbreak, the students who aspire to appear for the NEET UG entrance exam are advised to utilize this extra time to prepare for the examination.
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Here is a simple guide on how to prepare for the upcoming Exams:
1. Revise the syllabus
In the NEET UG exam, questions are asked from both class 11 and class 12 syllabus. The students are advised to go back to their NCERT Textbook and revised all chapters of Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. First understand all the concepts of these subjects and then move on to advanced books., check Full syllabus
2. Mock Test:
NTA provides on its website is mock test for the different exams it conducts. Students can appear for a JEE Main mock test or a NEET UG mock test and gauge their level of preparation for the exam.
3. IIT-PAL videos :
Students can access IIT-PAL videos from the official NTA website. IIT-PAL videos have been created by IIT professors and cover topics in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology. The video lectures will help clarify concepts. The videos can be used by both JEE Main and NEET UG aspirants for preparation.
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Students also have the option to study using SWAYAM platform or watch video lectures on SWAYAM Prabha channel. These platforms have courses of secondary and higher/senior secondary levels and will help students with the topics studied in class 11 and 12.
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5. Add relaxation in your study time table
While you prepare time table for NEET UG 2020 exam, make sure you keep few hours for relaxation. Studying without break can take a toll on your mental health. Do some form of exercise or yoga, listen to music, play with your friends.
6. Room for Improvement
NEET, JEE Main is a challenging exam. Solving NEET, JEE exam paper in this quarantine period can help aspirants to peep into their own insights with subject knowledge and hence the level of their preparation. By practising NEET, JEE sample papers candidates can know their weak and strong areas of a subject. Knowing their strength and weaknesses gives them a direction to their preparation as they can know where to put more effort. It can help them improve and complete the entire paper with speed and accuracy.
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7. Turn Weaknesses into Your Strengths
Assessing individual strengths and weaknesses is crucial while preparing for competitive exams like NEET, JEE Main. Solving sample papers will give the candidates a clear picture of the topics or sections which they are strong or weak in. This will help them to concentrate on the weaker areas and strengthen the areas which they are already good at.
By solving the NEET model question paper, candidates will gain confidence and will be prepared to face the actual exam without any problem.
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