If you are aspiring to become a doctor, taking the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) should be your first step! The HRD ministry introduced the National Testing Agency (NTA) and announced that they would be conducting NEET (UG) and JEE Main twice a year. After recommendations from the ministry of health and family welfare, however, the HRD ministry scrapped this decision.
NEET (UG) 2019 will be conducted on May 5, 2019. The registration for NEET 2019 will take place between November 1 and 30, 2018. The exam will be conducted in pen & paper mode in a single session.
NEET (UG) stands as one amongst the toughest entrance examinations in the country because it opens doors for aspirant wishing to pursue medical courses in the country. Cracking this high-profile exam is not an easy task and requires a lot of dedication and strategy. Many students start their preparation early for NEET from class 10 itself.
If you are one amongst the aspirants who have just started preparing for NEET 2019, never put your morale down by seeing the vast syllabus and tricky questions. In order to ace exams such as NEET, one should prepare an effective study schedule. Here is the month-wise preparation plan for NEET 2019.
After starting the new academic year, this is the best month to revise your class 11 syllabus. One has to devote much time for preparing class 11 topics because either monthly or quarter examinations are nearby. In this month cover all the important topics and focus on revision.
October To December 2018
This is the golden phase to study without any stress. Focus more on understanding the basic concepts during the first three months. After that, start focusing on easy-level questions to get familiar with the concepts.
During this phase, one should master all the concepts in class 11 and class 10 syllabuses because students who are preparing for the board exams will not get much time to prepare for class 11 syllabus.
January To March 2019
As stated above, most of the test-takers will be appearing for the board exams and they will not find much time to prepare for NEET 2019. While preparing for the board exams, draft a schedule including the time you'll need to prepare for the NEET exam as well.
One can also take mock tests or solve the previous years' question papers which will also help in board exam preparation.
CBSE or state board exams will end between March and April. This is the last month left for the NEET 2019 preparation. After revising the concepts for a week, never study the new ones and focus only on the topics with high weightage. During this phase, one should also start solving the practise papers besides increasing their speed without losing accuracy.
NEET 2019 will take place on May 5. The last few days before the NEET exam should be only on mock tests. Take at least one mock test daily during these four days. On the last day, do not get stressed.