How to do NEET Preparation in Last 2 Months

How to do NEET Preparation in Last 2 Months

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a medical entrance exam, conducted by CBSE for admission to all Medical and Dental colleges in India. The exam is conducted in rotation every year during the month of July or August. It contains questions from the PCB (i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Biology) branch of higher education School level. NEET 2017 exam follows the pattern similar to that of scraped AIPMT exam.

NEET Preparation in 2 Months:

NEET preparation in 2 months requires a lot of patience, hard work, time management along with smart work. One should make a proper time table for study with short breaks in between and follow it strictly. Shortage of time brings panic and anxiety along with it and students should avoid it. They should focus just on their aim and think positively because anything and everything can be achieved if you are focused enough towards your goal.

All you Need to Know about NEET Exam

Books Required to NEET 2017 Preparation:

NEET preparation requires thorough study of NCERT books of physics, chemistry and biology of both 11th and 12th standard equally. Since the exam is conducted by CBSE, a lot many questions are expected from NCERT books followed by CBSE. Further NCERTs are one of the best books for clearing all the concepts. So, the most important requirement for cracking NEET is the proper study of NCERT books of relevant subjects.

How to Cover the Complete Syllabus:

For first 45 days, the student should plan on covering the whole syllabus at least for once and clearing their concepts. One can either complete one subject first and then jump to another subject or can take up two or all three subjects simultaneously. Since biology has more weightage in the exam, more focus and time should be invested in it. Try to complete chemistry and physics in 12 to 13 days each. Make short notes of what you study, as it makes study efficient and revision easier.

Solve the Previous Year Papers:

For NEET preparation in such a short time, one of the most important instruments is practising questions. One should take up mock tests and join a Test series of any coaching. Practising previous year question papers gives you and edge during exam and helps you about the pattern and important topics. So, during the first 45 days while studying the subjects’ one should also take up questions related to that subject.

While practicing questions students should identify their weak and strong topics. During next 10 days, students should work on their weak topics and try to strengthen it, while revising their strong topics simultaneously. Revision from self-notes saves time and makes learning easier.

Don’t Lose the Patience:

Students normally lose their patience and panic during examination and tend to make silly mistakes. So, for next few days take up sample question papers and try to solve it under examination condition with the time limit. This will help in avoiding silly mistakes during the exam and improve accuracy. It will also help one to complete paper within given time limit.

Relax a day before the exam and take proper sleep.

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