How to Crack NEET Exam By Self Study

Are you preparing for NEET? Here are some great tips to help you prepare for NEET.

As NEET is a tough exam to crack, securing a good rank and then getting admission to the top medical colleges does not necessarily require coaching only if you are highly focused. While you may be shocked by your decision of self-study but applause and appreciation are what you deserve.

Since self-study with determination is more favorable to students, we are here to guide you on some of the must remember things. The article assists you with all the important points that students must remember while preparing for NEET all by self-study.

Make Proper Study Plan:

If you plan to self-study for the competitive exam, the first thing You have to do is make a study plan. A proper study plan according to which you will study is essential and make sure the plan includes time for revision too. You have to divide your plan according to all subjects and give the same time to each subject. By following the study plan will help you in covering the entire syllabus on time.

Quality Study Material:

The next most important thing to be considered is the best quality study material. NCERT Book always considered to be the best books for the competitive exam, so you must complete your basic NCERT syllabus first. Once you are done with NCRT Syllabus, you can follow other books as well which are easily available on the web. You can also find some unique and nice content at online platforms even they will provide you proper guidance for the exam and you can easily clear all your doubts from their subject experts.

So, all you have to do is to regularly follow these video channels or websites along.

Mock Tests:

Mock tests are considered the most important part of cracking any competitive exam because solving mock tests provide you with the preparation level for the main examination. You have to attempt a mock test daily as it will help you in analyzing your Performance, time management through that you will be able to check your preparations also. You should note down your mistakes and work on them so that you don't repeat the mistakes in the actual exam.

Previous Year Question Papers:

To test your preparation level, start solving the previous year question papers. Previous year question papers give you an idea to the students to know the paper difficulty level, weightage of each part and learn time management. After Solving question papers you will get to know about mistakes, efficiency to crack the NEET exam.

Be Disciplined with the study:

You should not put yourself under pressure in learning. You have to be disciplined and strict about your preparations. You should strictly follow your proper study plan, solve previous question papers. You have to do smart study and be focused to ensure your success in the exam.

Relax or Physical exercise

One more thing to be kept in mind during your exam preparations is to keep your mind relaxed and healthy. You should involve in some physical activity to relieve stress and keep yourself motivated. While giving much time in preparation, don't forget to participate in recreational activities.

You have to remember all the above-mentioned important points and you'll get a good rank in NEET without coaching. Remember to keep yourselves motivated and relaxed; do not get demotivated in between your preparations by seeing your performance in the mock tests.

You should stay focused and consistent in your exam preparations and remember
that "study smart and be motivated can lead you to crack the neet exam with good marks".

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Author: Umesh25 Apr 2020 Member Level: Diamond   Points : 7

NEET is still the most coveted entrance examination as it opens a respectable career for the students interested in the medical profession. So, it is imperative that there would be a rush for it and whenever there is a crowd of qualified and intelligent students for some entrance exam the merit or cut off limit goes higher and higher. The only option, in that case, is to work hard and prepare for the examination thoroughly. A Selective or guess-work study wouldn't be of any avail in such circumstances and one has to not only complete the syllabus thoroughly but also have to go through the important topics multiple times so that they make a deeper print in the mind that could be recollected in the examination hall for answering the questions precisely.

Many students feel that they can study harder just before the examination and somehow get through it. It is totally a wrong concept and only those who start the preparation well before even two years ahead reap the real benefits of their efforts. I have seen many cases when the students started to study for NEET since they were in their class XI and they finally got through when they were in their B.Sc.

Books, study material, old question papers, model questions and guide books are available in plenty in the market as well as on the internet but what is the use of them when one has limited time to study. So, time is the essence of all things and I would recommend and insist for early start of self-study if the individual is really interested in making a career in this great profession.

Author: K Mohan06 May 2020 Member Level: Platinum   Points : 2

My daughter who prepared well for the NEET and also scored well to get the government seat at ESIC medical college can be cited by me as a good example. She had never gone for extension studies or any special crash course tuition. She religiously followed the mock tests conducted by the college and there was an improvement of her rank in every test. The college had conducted 252 tests in the second year of her Intermediate. Finally, she could crack the exam with top rank.

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