How can we prepare for NEET exams nearly in 6 months time frame?

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Author: DR.N.V. Srinivasa Rao      Post Date: 04 May 2023        
These days NEET has become mandatory for getting admitted to medical courses. So students and their parents give a lot of importance to this examination. Some parents make their children start preparing for this examination from the 8th class itself. Many private colleges conduct separate sessions for students who are interested in preparing well for this examination.

I know students who cracked NEET starting their preparation just 4 or 5 months before also. So I feel, it is possible to get prepared for NEET in 6 months. Nothing is impossible in this world if we have determination. This is what I believe. Following are some of the important points, I think.

1. Better late than never. Do not worry. 6 months is not too short to get ready for the examination. Let your mind never think that preparing in 6 months for the examination is difficult. Please set your mind that it is possible and you can do it. It is the first and foremost prerequisite for completing the examination successfully. Your mindset makes a lot of difference.

2. There are no important topics or unimportant topics. The whole syllabus is important. So never think of avoiding some topics. Please get ready to complete the whole syllabus in 6 months. Leaving some topics thinking them unimportant is a mistake generally committed by many students. In my opinion, that is not correct.

3. Plan Your daily routine. What to do when. Set a routine and follow the same. This discipline is very important. How many hours to study and how many hours to sleep? When to go to sleep and when to get up. All these activities should be completed as planned. It will help you in keeping up your health. Upkeeping of health is a very important issue.

4. Understand the syllabus and make a study plan. Based on the topic allot time and complete all the topics well in advance. I think. A study of about 15 hours a day with small multiple breaks in between is better. You can have a three hours study with 15 minutes break after every three hours. You can utilise two hours for your daily routines and 6 hours of sleep. Your plan should include the subjects and the time allotted to those subjects.

5. NCERT books are the best, I understand. So use them as study material and while studying, please note down all important points so that they will become your quick reference material.

6. Make a habit of answering the questions given after every chapter. That will make you understand your readiness for the examination. It will be a revision of the subject that you studied. If there are any doubts, you can consult your teachers or senior students who recently cracked this test.

7. Devote some time to answer model question papers and old question papers. When you are practicing this please feel as if you are writing an original examination. Maintain timings. After answering spend some time for the analysis of your answers. Understand the mistakes and know the correct answers. That will become a part of your revision.

8. Never use different books at different times. Decide on the books you want to use and do not deviate from those books.

9. Be focused and put in all your efforts so that you will be successful.
Author: Venkiteswaran      Post Date: 04 May 2023        
NEET-UG, i.e. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) is the entrance test for admissions to MBBS and BDS colleges across India.

It is probably the toughest medical entrance exam in the country. That does not mean that one cannot pass it in the first attempt or one go. More than one-third of the candidates appearing for NEET become successful in their first attempt scoring 600+ score.

Like any other exam and test, one needs to do a systematic, focused, and consistent study and preparation for facing NEET test.

The subjects for NEET are Physics, Chemistry, and Biology(Botany &Zoology). There are four papers

While many students start preparing for NEET from day one of their eleventh or twelfth class, a studious candidate who had already studied his PCB subjects well for the twelfth exam and has a good grip on the subject, can do well with six months of preparation for NEET. But here the main rider is that he should prepare, plan and study with proper focus and hard work with consistency.
The NEET candidate should have a thorough knowledge of NEET syllabus, exam pattern, etc.

It may need at least twelve hours a day segregated into various slots without making any slot overloading and tiresome. The students also should give sufficient time for proper sleep and other necessities and even some time for healthy relaxation.

The first requirement is to draw up a systematic everyday timetable. It should be a realistic, optimum, and practical timetable to get full utility and results. I suggest you may consult those who had cracked NEET already. It is also good to read the experiences of the top rankers published in the media, just to have an idea. But one should make the timetable purely based on one's conditions and other parameters.
Total dedication and focus and consistency are what is mainly needed.

A day well started is well begun and half done. The student should wake up early in the morning and start studying. You should avoid distracting activities like spending time on social media sites, avoidable chats, wild browsing, etc.

The aim and goal of cracking NEET with a high score should be the focus always.

Though the base and foundation is the twelfth class level, for NEET there should be extra knowledge and a smart way of comprehension and answering. For this, the student should read and study NCERT books on the subjects and also work with previous years' question papers and mock tests. Instead of concentrating on just one liked subject, students should study all the syllabus subjects well. While the student should try to answer the maximum number of questions, if you are not sure of the answer and are confused, it is better to leave it unanswered to avoid negative marks.

I suggest you keep a goal of a particular threshold score(say 600 to 700 and try achieving it and surpassing it in mock tests and then raising it. Mock tests should be taken in seriousness following the actual exam time frame.
Author: Sheo Shankar Jha      Post Date: 04 May 2023        
NEET examinations would demand more skills of candidates in the subjects included in the said examinations. The time period of six months for the coverage of the entire syllabus is enough if they choose the following steps as indicated below-

1) The aspirants must go through the NCERT text books prescribed for CBSE pattern for both classes, eleven and twelve, with their full attention in understanding the basics of each chapter thoroughly.

2) The students might have doubts in grasping some portions of the chapters and the same has to be resolved by the teachers of the related subjects. Since the time period is short, it would be better for the candidates to get themselves enrolled in some reputed professional institutions for the better guidance.

3) The aspirants should not be tempted to refer to multiple books for their preparations since it might create confusion in course of their studies.

4) They should attend the mock tests conducted by their selected institutions for multiple times to assess their preparations for the said examinations. They should not ignore the feed backs of their teachers. They need to follow their instructions while preparing for the said examinations.
Author: Phagu Mahato      Post Date: 11 May 2023        
Preparing for the NEET exam in a six-month time frame can be challenging, but with the right strategy and dedication, it's definitely possible. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the NEET exam in six months:

1. Understand the exam pattern and syllabus: Start by understanding the NEET exam pattern and syllabus thoroughly. This will give you a clear idea of what to expect and how to prepare for the exam.

2. Create a study plan: Make a study plan that covers all the topics in the NEET syllabus. Divide your time wisely between studying and practicing questions. Allocate more time to topics you find difficult and less time to topics you find easy.

3. Focus on basics: Focus on building a strong foundation in all the basic concepts. It's important to have a clear understanding of the fundamentals before moving on to more complex topics.

4. Solve previous year question papers: Solving previous year question papers is a great way to understand the exam pattern and types of questions asked in the exam. It also helps in improving time management skills.

5. Take mock tests: Taking mock tests helps in assessing your strengths and weaknesses. It also helps in improving your speed and accuracy in solving questions.

6. Revise regularly: Revision is key to retaining what you have learned. Make sure to revise all the topics at least once a week.

7. Stay motivated: Stay motivated throughout your preparation by setting achievable goals and rewarding yourself for reaching them. Surround yourself with positive energy and support from family and friends.

Remember, consistency and discipline are crucial for success in the NEET exam. Follow these tips and stay focused on your goal, and you'll be well on your way to acing the NEET exam in six months.
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