NEET is conducted by CBSE for students seeking admission in MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges of India.
The year 2016 has been a tough one for medical aspirants, who are clearly facing a lot of confusion due to the sudden roll out of the National Eligibility-Cum-Admission Test (NEET).
The AIPMT 2016 exam that was held on May 1 is being considered as NEET Phase 1 while NEET Phase 2 exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 24, 2016.
Candidates can take the phase 2 exam despite having appeared in the NEET 2016 Phase 1 exam. While NEET phase 2 exam is open to all eligible candidates who’ve applied for the exam, candidates who’ve already taken the exam (Phase 1) this year will have to cancel their candidature for NEET 2016 phase 1 in order to appear for phase 2 exam.
NEET is a written examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for students seeking admission in MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges approved by the Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India.
The three-hour test paper will be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm and NEET Phase 2 results are expected to be out on August 17, 2016.
With just 10 days to go for the exam, a few tips mentioned below could help students deal with all the pressure they are facing due to sudden change from AIPMT to NEET, and will help them qualify the exam with flying colours.
Clearing Concepts & Basics: The most important part of your preparation plan for NEET should involve clearing the concepts and basics. You should study your NCERT books thoroughly, especially Biology & Chemistry of class 11 and 12, in order to crack the entrance exam.
Revising Important Topics & Building on Your Strengths: In order to be successful in an examination, you should be aware of the important topics to be covered. Revising topics as per their importance in NEET exam will increase your chances of scoring high. Also, you should avoid giving extra time to chapters in which you’re weak. If you do not understand those chapters even today, there is no point spending too much time on them. Instead, your focus should be more on building on your strengths and preparing for topics that you understand completely.
Visual Charts for Your Memory: Another interesting way of preparing for an entrance exam is to revise notes prepared in the form of summary sheets, flow charts and formulae sheets among others. Visuals are easier to recall and therefore they can be a good source of learning/revision in your preparation plan.
Solving Previous Years’ Question Papers and Mock Tests: One of the biggest challenges you may face during the exam is time management. You must participate in a few mock test papers of NEET and previous year AIPMT papers. This will help you understand how you should manage your time in different sections of the paper. Not only this, an analysis of you mock test paper will help you identify and rectify your weaknesses.
Practise Repetitive Questions: When you sit down to solve the previous years’ question papers, you must identify the questions that have been repeated over the years and practise them frequently.
Identify the Best Ways to Study: The techniques you adopt to study for an exam plays a big role in your preparation. You can split larger chapters into smaller blocks in order to improve your preparation. This will not only help you concentrate for a longer time but will also help you take those much-needed breaks in between your preparation.
With inputs from hindustantimes.com