The exam bells are about to ring for the most prestigious National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) on May 6, 2018. This national-level entrance examination is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for an admission to medicine courses at the institutes spread across the country. One of the toughest entrance exams in the country, NEET surely stands on top in the medical entrance examinations in India.
The competition will be massive for the NEET and over 13 lakh candidates are expected to take the exam on the D-day. We know that every aspirant has put their best efforts and will be busy with their last phase of the preparation. We have also decided to make your last-stretch preparation better with all the important stuff at one place. Here is the complete guidance on NEET. Let's tour them individually!
You might have prepared well for the exam by combining day and night. Missing a good score because of silly mistakes not only disappoints but also places an ink which can't be restrained. We suggest you know about what to carry on the NEET exam day besides barred items. One should also know the dress code for NEET. We have mentioned everything in this article, so read on.
As we said above, the last-day preparation will be very crucial to crack the examination. The last one-week should be focused on the basic concepts, so opt for the subject-wise revision. We have also mentioned a few smart methods to remember while giving the examination, such as the elimination process. We suggest you to take a tour of this article that provides you tips on guessing the questions.
After observing previous years' question papers, we have listed the important chapters. The subject-wise important chapters will be extremely useful in the last days of your preparation. Make sure never miss these chapters.
NEET is not only the entrance exam that tests your traditional knowledge but also your approach towards taking test. Many students commit mistakes unknowingly that costs them a lot during the exam. Starting from the usage of technology to building exam tension, we have covered a total of ten common mistakes you should avoid while preparing for NEET.
Undoubtedly, this paper will play the deciding role in the NEET exam. A total of 360 marks and 90 questions will be asked. In this article, we have covered how to understand the subject and have individually addressed botany and zoology. There are some preparation tips also presented to score well in botany and zoology.
Chemistry, which is one amongst the three sections in NEET, is the most important subject that pushes candidates to apply their theoretical knowledge in the practical world. We have addressed how students lose marks in this subject unknowingly and how to deal with inorganic chemistry.
Many students give a lot of importance to this subject because it is a scoring subject. We do agree that this is one of the scoring subjects but without clear basic concepts one can't crack it. Hence, we have presented a few tricks to master the formulae in physics in this article besides addressing how to deal with the weak areas.
You might be wondering why we have stated this just before the exam. Last year, we have heard that some students fail to attempt all the questions in the exam due to ambiguity on the number of questions. Hence, we suggest you to take an overview of the NEET exam pattern.
This article is more focused on the most difficult chapters and how to revise them while preparing. This will give you a clear idea about what all you need to do in the last month of the NEET preparation. Go through it, we hope this will not disappoint you during the last-day preparations.
The last-day preparations affects your entire preparation. Trust your preparations and never give up at this stage. Keep motivating yourself and do your best without thinking much about the result. Good luck!