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One way to increase the likelihood of success in your educational pursuits is to consciously maintain productive and intentional learning habits. Everybody has some rooted habits; some are good and others are not. While it’s still dubious as to how long it takes to break a bad habit or instil a positive one; one thing is certain that cultivating productive study habits is essential to succeed scholastically.

Active learning approach

The best way to approach learning is to take it on as an active process. You need to ask questions, make methodological connections to the material, and review information for retaining it for long term. In a learning environment, the best learning habits for students are to be good listeners and active participants. There is much to be learned from professors and peers, and students need to develop the skill of asking challenging questions to both professors and peers. A well-read and prepared student is paramount.

Always come prepared

Complete your assigned readings and chapters before class so you have an idea of what to expect. This way you will know what you can’t understand and clear your doubts in the class itself. While taking notes focus on the important and main points of the topic. Also, form study groups and regularly discuss the topics you are studying.

Be a Critical learner

It is important to be a critical learner. When you read course material or are involved in any part of the learning process in the course reflect on the material from your own perspective.

Stay focused

While learning, it’s important to be productive and focused. Focus on scheduling daily tasks in a to-do list beforehand. Break down topics into time slots and make sure to finish them in schedule slot. This will help you feel rewarded and boost your motivation forward.

Quit passive learning

Never sit in the back of class thinking that you can passively learn. Through study groups, you can debate course topics. When someone challenges your opinion or what you held to be true, you are able to better apply the knowledge to defend that. A knowledge that stems from research ends up being your strength and helps to cement that information in your mind. If you can’t do that, taking good notes and practising what you learned help.

Establish a relatable connection

Given the amount of information one has to learn, memorization is inevitable. However, memorization is easier if the student can find a way to apply or relate to the information. Elaborating on and relating to the information will make the information much easier to understand and memorise for a longer duration.


It’s easy to get focused on memorizing the material and completing syllabus, which is important. But unless you eat and sleep well, and have some time for enjoyment and stepping away, it will be difficult to endure the academic and clinical journey.

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NEET 2019: Challenging Answer Key and OMR Response Sheet

Challenging Official NEET 2019 Answer Key

NEET exam will be conducted by NTA on May 5, 2019 and the official answer key of NEET 2019 will be released around the last week of May.

The answer key of NEET 2019 is issued code-wise meaning the answer keys will be available for papers of each language of NEET question paper 2019.

After the release of NEET 2019 answer key, it is open for challenges by the candidates. NEET answer key 2019 will be open for challenge only for two days max.

In case a candidate feels that there are errors in the response considered correct by the authorities or they are incorrect, they can challenge the particular responses.

This process of challenging the answers of the official answer key is referred as ‘challenging the answer key’.

NTA might charge a non-refundable fee of amount INR 1000/- per answer for challenging. This fee will not be refunded even if NTA accepts the challenge.

How to challenge official NEET 2019 answer key

Step 1: Visit the official site nta.ac.in

Step 2: Enter your credentials i.e. ‘Registration Number’ and ‘Password’ and click login

Step 3: Now click on link of ‘Key Challenge’ tab and select the ‘Test Booklet Code’.

Step 4: Select the question for challenge and click on ‘submit’.

Step 5: Select the answer you think is correct and give your justification for challenge if required.

Step 6: Now click the ‘Confirm’ button and pay the required fee to submit the challenge. The fee has to be paid online via debit/credit card.

Step 7: Save the PDF and print the confirmation slip indicating that the payment is successful and the details of the answers which are challenged.

Challenging NEET 2019 OMR Response Sheet

Candidates will also be allowed to challenge the NEET OMR response sheet after its official release.

The scanned copy of the OMR sheet having the answers submitted by the candidates will be displayed online along with the NEET answer key in the last week of May 2019.

Candidates can challenge the OMR sheet In case they feel that an option other than the option marked by them is marked in the scanned image or some of the responses as they appear in the image of NEET 2019 OMR response sheet are incorrect.

NTA will give a window of two days to the candidates to challenge the NEET OMR sheet.

How to challenge NEET 2019 OMR response sheet

Step 1: Visit the official site nta.ac.in

Step 2: Click on the link which will be enabled when the OMR response sheet is open for challenge.

Step 3: Enter your login credentials i.e. ‘Registration No.’ and ‘Password’.

Step 4: Click on the ‘OMR Challenge’ tab as displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Candidates will be directed to a new page which will have two options:

  • Click here to view your OMR Answer Sheet’
  • ‘Click here for OMR Challenge’.

Step 6: On clicking the first link, the candidates OMR response sheet will be displayed while the second link will direct them to challenge any disaccord.

Step 7: Candidates will have to pay a requisite fee of INR 1000/- per response challenged by them. The amount is non-refundable, in case authorities accept the challenge the amount paid will not be refunded.

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NEET 2019: Calculate NEET score from NEET answer key

NEET 2019:Calculate NEET score from NEET answer key

NEET exam will be conducted by NTA on May 5, 2019 and the unofficial answer key will be available online on the day of the exam itself.

The answer key of NEET 2019 is issued code-wise meaning the answer keys will be available for papers of each language of NEET question paper 2019.

Candidates can compare the responses given in the NEET answer key 2019 with the responses submitted by them in the OMR sheet of NEET.

Candidates are recommended to mark each response in the NEET question paper that they are marking in the OMR sheet to compare later on with the NEET answer key 2019 and calculate their NEET 2019 score before the declaration of the official NEET result.

These answer key of NEET 2019 will be unofficial and the official NEET answer key 2019 will be released by NTA online a week before the declaration of the result around last week of May.

Candidates will have an option to challenge the official NEET answer key 2019 with the help of unofficial ones if they are unsatisfied with the responses.

After the release of official NEET 2019 answer key the OMR sheet of the candidates will also be made available which can also be challenged by the candidates.

Revised NEET answer key 2019 will be released about a week after the declaration of result, the release of revised answer key by NTA depends on the acceptance of the challenge made by the candidates.

Steps to calculate NEET score from NEET answer key

The candidates can use the official answer key of NEET 2019 to calculate their probable NEET score. Given below are the steps that should be followed while calculating the NEET score.

  • After NEET answer key 2019 is released, candidates can compare the answers marked by them (in the OMR sheet) with the answers in the official answer key of NEET 2019.
  • It is vital to check the code of the question paper and answer key while comparing. The sets and language of NEET 2019 answer key are mentioned at the top of the OMR sheet and the answer keys.
  • Calculate the total number of correct and incorrect responses. In case more than one answer is marked for a question, it must consider as an ‘unanswered’ response.
  • To calculate the score of NEET 2019 Use the formula given below :

          NEET 2018 Score= [4*(Number of Correct Responses)] – [1*(Number of Incorrect Responses)]

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NEET 2019: Exam Schedule, Dress Code, Barred Items

NEET 2019 Exam day important instructions

National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination NEET 2019 on May 5, 2019 at 104 exam cities across the country.

Along with exam preparation candidates must also pay attention to important details to look out for in the examination hall.

Immediately after downloading the NEET2019 Admit Card, candidates must first check all the entries mentioned.

Below are some important rules that every candidate must know before appearing for the exam:

  • Carry the printed copy of NEET2019 admit card to the exam hall.
  • Reach the exam center much before the scheduled exam time; candidates won’t be allowed to enter the exam hall after 1.30 PM.
  • Carry downloaded Admit Card with Performa which is an attachment of Admit Card with Post Card Size Photograph duly affixed on it”.
  • Do not carry anything to the exam hall except admit card and photographs (as uploaded on the application form).
  • After receiving the test booklet check booklet properly (ensure the page number as mentioned on the cover page).

  • Do not carry any of the barred items to the exam (no provision of safe keeping place) and follow the dress code.
  • Candidates need to sign and give finger impressions on the attendance sheet.
  • Do ensure that you have signed twice on the attendance sheet.
  • Match the codes of the test booklet and answer sheet as soon as you receive them.
  • Fill up the test booklet using ball point pen only.
  • Fill the answer sheet and mark the responses using blue/ black ball point pen only.
  • Answer carefully as changing of answers is not allowed.
  • Do all your rough work on Test Booklet only.
  • Candidates must preserve their Admit Cards till their admission in MBBS/BDS Course.

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NEET 2019: Exam Schedule, Dress Code, Barred Items

NEET 2019: Exam Schedule, Dress Code, Barred Items

NEET 2019 exam is scheduled on 5th May, 2019 this year conducted by NTA at 104 exam cities across the country. Candidates have to reach the exam centers before 9.30 am nobody will be allowed to enter the exam center after the scheduled time.

To avoid any unwarranted delays, the conducting authority has advised candidates to reach their allotted exam centers two hours in advance. NEET Exam will be of three hours duration to be held from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM.

NEET 2019 Documents to carry

Candidates will be required to carry:

  • Printed copy of NEET 2019 Admit Card
  • Multiple additional photographs (same as uploaded on the application form)
  • A valid ID proof
  • PwD Certificate (if applicable)
  • Any other items will not be allowed inside the Examination hall.

NEET 2019 Exam Schedule 

  • The entry in the examination hall begins from 11:30 AM
  • Checking of Admit Cards by the invigilator starts from 11:30 AM to 01:45 PM
  • Last Entry inside Exam Hall is by 01:30 PM
  • Distribution of Test Booklet starts from 01:45 PM
  • Seal of the Test Booklet to be broken/ opened to take out Answer Sheet from 01:55 PM
  • Exam Commences from 02:00 PM
  • Exam Concludes at 05:00 PM


The candidates are NOT allowed to carry following items inside the examination center under any circumstances.

  • Any stationery item like textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Pen, Scale, Writing Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, Log Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner etc.
  • Any communication device like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health Band etc
  • Other items like Wallet, Goggles, Handbags, Belt, Cap etc
  • All ornaments like Ring, Earrings, Nose-pin, Chain/Necklace, Pendants, Badge and Brooch etc
  • Any Watch/Wrist Watch, Bracelet, Camera, etc
  • Any metallic item
  • Any eatable item opened or packed, water bottle etc
  • Any other item which could be used for unfair means, for hiding communication devices like camera, Bluetooth device etc
  • No arrangement will be made at the centers for keeping any articles/items belonging to the candidates.
  • In case any candidate is found in possession of any of the barred items inside the center, it will be considered as use of unfair means and action will be taken against the candidate in accordance with the relevant provisions.


The candidates are instructed to follow the following dress code while appearing for NEET (UG)

  • The Candidate Should Wear Light Clothes like nobody can hide any instrument or devices for unfairness.
  • The Candidates have been advised to wear half sleeves Shirt or T-Shirt, Not having any big button or any badge which could be used to hide any devices.
  • Slippers, sandals with low heels and not the shoes which are not allowed in the Examination Centers.
  • In case, candidates are coming in customary dress for appearing in the examination, they should report at least an hour before the last reporting time i.e. 9.30 AM, so that they could be frisked properly
  • Candidates are advised not to bring items which are not allowed in the Examination Hall as no Safe Keeping Place will be provided.
  • Male Candidate:Wear light color clothes – Jeans/ Pant/ Shirt (half sleeves only), the button of shirt should be medium size not big enough. The Kurta Pajama not allowed, Shoes are also not allowed. Wear only sleepers or sandals.
  • Female Candidate:Light clothes (kurti/top) with half sleeves not having big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc. with Salwar/ Trouser, Slippers, sandals with low heels are allowed. Shoes for female candidate are also not allowed.

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NEET 2019 Exam Details

How to check NEET 2019 : Result, Answer Key, Scorecard

Steps to check NEET 2019 Result

NTA will announce NEET 2019 Result online around 5th June, 2019 after all the answer sheets are thoroughly evaluated. The steps are as follows:

  1. Visit the official website of NEET at nta.ac.in.
  2. Under the Online Services, click on NEET Result
  3. A new tab will open. Enter the required credentials to get NEET Results.
  4. Enter your NEET credentials – Roll No. and Date of Birth and then submit it after verifying the details.
  5. NEET Result will be displayed on your screen.
  6. Download and take printout of your NEET Score Card.

Steps to Calculate NEET Score and Ranks

With the help of NEET Answer Key, candidates can calculate their expected scores and ranks. They can tally their answers with those given in answer key before the NEET Result is released.

Steps to check NEET 2019 Answer Key

  • The answer key will be released through online mode on the official website of NEET 2019.
  • Candidates will be able to check the OMR Sheets and Answer keys of NEET via online mode.
  • With the help of answer key, students can calculate their expected marks and ranks.
  • The authority will also provide the facility to challenge against the answer key. Students may challenge the answer key within the prescribed dates.
  • Candidates will challenge the answer key via online mode with the payment of INR 1000/- per answer.
  • If the challenge is accepted by the authority, the payment will be refunded to candidates.

Steps to Challenge NEET 2019 Answer Key

  1. At the official website of NEET 2019, login using your registration number and password
  2. Click on “Challenge NEET Answer Key” tab and submit it
  3. Select the question you wish to challenge
  4. Select your answer and give justified reasoning
  5. Click on “Confirm” and pay INR 1000 as fee through Debit/ Credit card
  6. Take a printout of the confirmation slip which contains details of the answer key challenged.

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NEET 2019 Exam Details

Medical aspirants appearing for NEET 2019 to pursue medical, dental and AYUSH courses should acquaint themselves with the exam pattern beforehand for appearing for the NEET 2019 entrance exam.

This year NTA will be conducting the NEET 2019 exam and has scheduled the examination for May 5 in offline (pen-paper) mode. Candidates qualifying the exam will be able to secure a seat for approximately 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats in medical and dental colleges across India.

Students may challenge against the answer key but it must be done within the prescribed dates. There will be no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of the answer sheets after the declaration of cut-off.

The examination will comprise of 180 questions divided equally among Physics, Chemistry and Biology (zoology & botany). The exam will cover, class 11 and class 12 syllabuses of these 3 subjects.

The duration of NEET 2019 is 3 hours. There will be +4 marks for every correct answer, while -1 will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

The language of the question will be English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Oriya, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Urdu, and Telugu.

NEET 2019 Exam Details at a Glance

Mode of exam Offline(pen-paper based)
Duration of Exam 3 Hours
Question type Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ)
Total no. Of Questions 180
Total Marks 720
No. Of questions in each section Physics-45




Marking Scheme +4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

-1 for multiple marked answer

0 for non attempt

NEET exam date 5th May, 2019
NEET Result Declaration 5th June,2019(expected)

Question Paper Pattern of NEET 2019

The question paper will have questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology syllabus of both class XI and XII.

Physics and Chemistry have 45 questions each. Biology has 90 questions divided equally among Botany and Zoology.


  • NEET Merit List will also be used from now on to allot seats in veterinary colleges for undergraduate courses like BVSc. and Animal Husbandry under 15% of All India Quota.
  • NEET Merit will be applicable for admissions to all medical colleges of India except for AIIMS and JIPMER, which conduct their own medical entrance exams.

NEET 2019 Result Declaration Date

The results will be declared around June 5, 2019 at the official portal of National Testing Agency in the form of the scorecard. The scorecard will have candidates’ All India Rank (quota and category), overall and sectional marks and percentile. The counselling procedure will be started after the result declaration.

All India Merit List will be prepared by NTA, containing names of qualified candidates with their corresponding NEET2019 Rank.

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How to crack NEET

NEET 2019 : Effective study tips

As the competition for the exam is getting tough each passing year, one should plan a good strategy to prepare for NEET Exam to secure a seat in the top medical colleges of the country. If you have not studied enough to this point of time, you need to go the extra mile to achieve success.

The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is a national level entrance examination which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), for the admission to MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges of India (except AIIMS & JIPMER).

  • Devise a personalized plan

Devise a personalized plan for yourself, ‘If you fail to plan, you plan to fail’
Things to keep in mind while chalking out a study-plan:

  1. Count the number of days at hand.
  2. Make monthly, weekly, daily and hourly plans.
  3. Be well versed with the weightage of each topic.
  4. Club similar topics to save time.
  5. Divide topics into Blocks.
  6. Know that Intensive Time Management is the key to success.
  • Practice, Practice and More Practice

As they say, Practice makes a man perfect. In the case of NEET Exam, practice is what will give you the confidence to clear the exam. The more revision and practice, you will do, the more knowledge you will gain. Make sure to attempt practice questions and subject wise tests on completion of every topic, as this would help you apply the concepts you learnt and retain them.

  • Group Study

Group study can be fruitful for some and detrimental for some. This completely depends on one’s personality and the company one is in. If a student is focused, he/she would make the most of group-study and if not, the practice will become more of a gossip-session.

  • Focus on Clearing Your Concepts

At this point, the students should prepare a list of doubts that they have and clear them with the help of their peers or by referring books. The questions in the NEET exam are asked in a confounded manner and students need to be extremely well-versed with the topic to answer such questions.

  • Self-Motivation

Many students get bored mid-way due to the vast pool of topics that NEET exam covers. Some find themselves lost in the midst of their preparation and give up. This is the time when you have to buckle up and keep yourself motivated.

  • Check and Evaluate Yourself

The reason behind one’s failure is that in the process of reaching a goal and memorizing a given material, students generally forget to evaluate themselves due to the shortage of time. It is highly imperative to see where you stand and how much nearer to the goal you have reached. This may help you make the required changes to your devised strategy from time to time.

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NEET scores valid for 3 years: for aspirants taking MBBS admission abroad


The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is a competitive exam conducted by the National Testing Agency(NTA) for aspirants seeking admission to MBBS and BDS courses all over India. Each year more and more candidates are appearing for NEET Exam to pursue a career in medicine.

The NEET exam not only requires just hard work but also the right technique to crack it. Although it may seem extremely difficult but with a proper preparation plan it is a lot easier to qualify the examination.

Some common mistakes that aspirant make during their NEET preparations.

  • Skipping the time table: Aspirants should prioritise their study schedule and strictly follow the timetable they have prepared for the exam without faltering.
  • Hectic schedule: Candidates should not prepare a hectic schedule or study for a long period of time as it can affect their retention power and develop fatigue, wasting their precious time. Make sure you take enough breaks (scheduled and not random) and maintain a regular sleep cycle.
  • Ignoring NCERT: 75% of the questions come from NCERT textbooks, so candidates should always give importance to NCERT books.
  • Studying too many books:  Aspirants should avoid studying from many books at the same time as they can get confused and mess up their NEET preparation instead they should follow a methodological approach.
  • Ignoring topics: NEET UG candidates should not leave a single topic of any subject from the NEET syllabus. No matter what try and cover the syllabus as efficiently as possible.

The candidates should avoid all the mistakes mentioned above and follow NEET preparation tips to secure a good rank in NEET Exam.

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A competitive exam carries a lot of pressure and expectations. As the competition is intense it is natural for you to feel a fear of failure. Questions such as, ‘What if you don’t clear the exam? What if it’s not your day?’ are indeed unsettling. But, it is important for you to remind yourself of your potential, capabilities and be confident.

Keep in mind that the exam is not tough; the competition, the peer pressure and expectations of your parents make you lose confidence.

Here are few tips imperative to keep in your mind before going to exam; which will give you confidence, that your preparation for test is sufficient enough for you to succeed.

Focus on you

Taking exams is terrifying. The pressure increases even more if you let what those around you are doing affect you. If you’ve taken exams before you may have experienced this.Everyone has different approaches to exams so try your hardest to block out pressure around you. Your exam needs and deserves your full attention. Spend your energy wisely and do the best you can.

Visualize positivity

Whenever you are preparing for exams visualize that you will pass the exam. Never allow the thought of failure bring you down or ruin your exam preparation. The mere thought about failure or fear about it invites stress to overcome you. During that period of stress, you will not be able to complete your studies. Hence, feel that you will pass by all the work you have put through.Its human nature to get nervous but strong determination and hard work can let you overcome any obstacle.

Relentlessly Work Hard

There is no alternative of hard work. Always do your best even if you don’t have to. You know what are your strong subjects and topics but don’t ignore the weaker ones. At least try to clear the basics of those particular topics because it’s a competitive exam and you can’t afford to do any mistake.

Know the Exam Pattern

Once you are familiar with the exam pattern, marking scheme and time duration, you can analyze and figure out what section or what kind of questions you want to attempt first. A well planned execution will give you confidence in your preparation and in turn eliminate any anxiety.

Practice thoroughly

Practice till it becomes an effortless walk for you. You understood, prepared, and practiced a particular topic; still it’s advisable that you try to solve as many as different types of questions as possible. It will broaden your knowledge and logical thinking. Over practicing will never harm, it will just make you more confident of your preparation.

Turn your fear into motivation

Fear arises due to uncertainty, anxiety, lack of preparedness and confidence. Fear can be turned into a source of motivation that pushes you to give your best. Fear stops you from taking things for granted. Therefore, a bit of fear is actually good in competitive exam.

A bit of fear will compel you to work harder, cover all ends, and reach a level of preparedness, which otherwise might be unthinkable to attain. As long as your self- belief is bigger than the fear, you don’t have to worry.

Ultimately, it is how well you prepare, and how confident you feel that decide how you perform in the exam. Fear is only as big as you make it. Instead of fearing fear, it is better to embrace it and march on.

Thinking will not overcome fear but action will.”

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