One of the toughest examinations in India, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), is all set to take place on May 6, 2018. More than 12 lakh candidates are expected to take NEET 2018 to grab a seat in the medical colleges and institutions spread across the country.
No matter when you've started your NEET preparation, the last month is extremely important for students and truly tests their calibre. We understand that not too many aspirants can focus on two areas at the same time because the board exams are still under way.
Many students usually ask "Is 30 days enough to prepare for NEET?" or "Can I crack NEET in just one month?" We definitely say "Yes!", provided students deliver their best in the last month.
Here are some of the tips to crack the NEET in just 30 days.
Master The Difficult Chapters
Students have to be thorough with all the parts of the chapters because we can't draw boundaries for the board. Pick out the difficult parts of every chapter and give at least 20 minutes to master them. At this moment, they are suggested to prepare their own notes as well.
Divide Time Equally
Devote at least seven days each for physics, biology and chemistry. And the last one week should be reserved for revisions and taking online mock tests.
Revisie While Preparing
Due to time constraints, one should multitask while preparing. Revising the topics on the next day of the preparation is a good idea which boosts confidence. For instance, if you've studied gravitation today, revise that topic tomorrow, during the second half of your day. This activity also helps you a lot in the last week revisions.
Avoid All Distractions
You have only 30 days to be in the elite group, hence, you should plan and dedicate all your time for the preparations. Avoid all the distractions and get into your shell. Try to achieve all your daily tasks.
Attempt Full-length Mocks
A lot of energy is required to take the three-hour-long NEET exam. Acquaint yourself with the exam pattern and try to concentrate. One should take more than three full-length mock tests to make themselves better in the examination. However, work on the previous years' question papers also.
Review Your Mistakes
Taking the mock test is of no use if you aren't working on the mistakes. Students must devote at least 15-20 minutes to identify and/or rectify their mistakes made during the mock tests.
Maintain Your Health
As you are going to put in a lot of hard work in the coming 30 days, it is your responsibility to give yourself sufficient time to recuperate. Without a proper diet and sleep, one can't have a good day of preparation.
Though the NEET is a hard nut to crack in 30 days, students should never give up at this stage. Rather than thinking "Can I?" motivate yourself with "I can!" Be honest in the preparation and do your best in the exam. Good luck!