NEET UG 2022: How To Excel In The Exam? Here’s some expert advice – TBE

More than 16 lakh candidates apply for NEET every year for admission to about 1.5 lakh seats in various medical and dental colleges across the country. The exam date has not been decided yet, but the exams are scheduled for May this year. With only a few months left to prepare, medical aspirants need to work on their preparation strategies for this year’s competition.

The key to succeeding at NEET is a smart work plan that covers the entire curriculum in a timely manner.

The NEET UG exam focuses on three subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology). In three hours 180 questions have to be answered while the total number of points remains unchanged (720). The syllabus covers the entire NCERT curriculum for grades 11 and 12, including physics, chemistry, zoology, and biology.

Candidates get four points for each correct answer and lose one number for each incorrect answer.

For effective NEET preparation, candidates should emphasize overcoming stress and focus on revision rather than starting from scratch. Due to the wide range of theoretical and mathematical numerical problems, it can be a difficult challenge for many aspirants to do well in physics in NEET. So prepare well for physics and try to cover all subjects.

A work plan that covers the entire curriculum well in time is very important to excel in NEET. To enter the university of your choice, you must qualify and score well. However, knowing what to study and how to study in less time is critical. To ensure success in the upcoming exam, aspirants should follow the following tips to complete the preparedness checklist.

1. NCERT books should take center stage

NCERTs should be the base material and should not be ignored. NCERT books give you an understanding of concepts and thus are the best place to start your studies. It is also worth noting that NCERT books account for 60-70 percent of the NEET exam.

2. Stick to a revision schedule

Now that the clock is ticking, overhaul is the most important factor in determining performance. Despite the subsequent lockdowns, serious aspirants should have completed the syllabus and started reviewing key topics now. Just go to the previously studied topics and chapters, reviewing the chapters to make sure you remember them for a longer period of time. Creating and sticking to a systematic review plan will help aspirants improve their conceptual and current clarity, enabling them to perform better and score higher. Learning formulas is one of the best ways to gain an advantage in physics when faced with a variety of math and numerical problems. With limited time, keep a small handwritten note of formulas and review it every day.

3. Focus on clarity of concept rather than memorizing facts

When the concepts are clear, it is possible to find the right answers when going through the hard questions, especially in physics and chemistry. Teachers, mentors and colleagues should always be consulted when in doubt. Ask as many questions as you want. It is a good practice because asking questions will always clear up the doubt.

4. Practice as many mock tests and sample papers from last year as possible

Assessments and practice tests help you better understand the topics and concepts and current trends and patterns of the NEET exam. Taking practice exams and doing real-time analysis has proven to be very helpful as students learn from their mistakes and don’t repeat them on the big exam days.

5 Prioritize time management

If you spend too much time on questions you’re not comfortable with, you won’t have enough time to solve the easy ones. . When determining exam results, the right strategy, as well as time management, is critical. Practice a lot to quickly adapt to the paper level and act quickly.

Proper strategy and time management are critical in determining an aspirant’s rank. The remaining months should be used wisely for overhaul, maintaining speed and increasing accuracy in solving a specific problem and identifying and correcting weaker areas.

Sajal Jain
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