In order to study Medical in India, a student has to go through National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET) which is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education; NEET is an examination whose rank determines the admission of students in the medical colleges of the country.
These are the few preparation mistakes that you should avoid for NEET 2018:
Timetables are the crucial elements of NEET 2018 preparation. Sticking to it will help you in time (race against time phrase meaning) management and you can easily avoid last-minute panic and anxiety. However, you should keep in mind not to keep an extremely tight schedule. Take intervals and get proper sleep.
DO NOT ignore the NCERT books. Try practising with them and revise the concepts and theories. The NEET 2017, also saw a number of questions from the NCERT books.
With few days to go, don’t indulge yourself in too many reference books. Instead of helping, it will only confuse you. You might be unsure as to which is the correct one. Hence just (just in case definition) stick to your notes and go through a thorough revision.
DON’T IGNORE A SUBJECT. Many a time’s aspirants think that they can easily ignore a subject and score more in the other two. But that is nothing but a grave mistake. It results in the performance and reduces the chances of answering simple questions. You should involve all the subjects, especially during the revision phase.
Mock tests are very important. While you are in your last phase of preparation, Mock Tests are extremely important as you are able to get a fair understanding of the type of questions you will be facing. Also, a self-analysis will help you found out your weak spots and you can rectify them while you have time.
The NEET 2018 examination will be three hours long so try sitting in an exam like the situation with the same time and try to solve question papers
With these useful tips take (take with a grain of salt idiom synonym) the final preparation plunge for NEET 2018.
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