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How to Prepare NEET-2019 If It’s Your Last Attempt

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NEET (National Eligibility and Entrance Test) is the only entrance exam for admission in various medical colleges and thus without doubt it is the toughest competitive exam for the medical students who want admission in various medical courses like MBBS and BDS. Every year more than a million students appear for the NEET. This requires students to prepare themselves properly for this exam and those students who have their last attempt at this exam will have to strongly prepare for NEET with proper strategy and put some time (race against time phrase meaning) saving tricks up their sleeves. Thus sharing some tricks and tips for the best preparation of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test –

Plan your success:

You have to make a proper study plan when you are preparing for NEET. Separate the time into various segments and study accordingly so that you can touch every subject on daily basis and it would also help you to keep the track of time. Make sure to add frequent breaks between your study hours so that you don’t feel puzzled and study freely. Set your target like you have to cover this much syllabus in a week and also practice a fixed number of MCQs on a daily basis. Try to avoid online games and social media so as not to create any mental distractions.
Thus there is a key schedule for you and following this will definitely help you in preparing effectively for NEET 2019 –

  • Initially you should revise the whole concept of what you have studied before. Ensure that concept revision doesn’t consume more than 2 months. (August-September)
    Concept revision has to be done along with some thorough MCQ and last year question paper practice.
    After building concepts, start increasing the difficulty of attempted questions on a weekly basis.
    Ensure that you have had enough of practice till only a month is left before the exam day.
    Now, at the last phase, group multiple chapters on a daily basis. Revise the concepts in the shortest possible span. Conclude the day with a mock test practice. A day or two can be taken off in a week to provide ample relaxation to the mind in order to prepare effectively for the final day.

Self-assessment is necessary:

Assess your weak and strong areas from the mock test analysis. Then work on your weak areas and sharpen on your strong areas. Try to benchmark each mock test score and perform better over the last set benchmarked test. Repeat this till you achieve accuracy, aptitude and confidence to crack any given test with ease.

Health is Wealth

Staying healthy takes discipline and patience thus keep yourself healthy and fit by taking care of your healthy habits. In case you are following a late night study schedule, eat in a way that doesn’t affect your health. Try avoiding the late night study routine if you can, as it affects body’s metabolism and minds functionality in the long run. Sleep well, at least for six hours and at max for 8 hours to ensure your brain is charged before your next day’s adventures begins.

Remember!! The hurdles that you face won’t be the difficult or hard to attempt questions in the exams. Instead, it’s the weak areas that you fail to identify and the negativity that you fail to get out of. Working on your weakness and surrounding yourself with positivity is the success mantra for any-one who wishes to scale the heights.

Best wishes from Motion Education Pvt. Ltd. for your preparation!!



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