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 or you feel that you are a weak student, 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 the 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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