Tips to navigate NEET 2020 by preparing in advance for higher than normal difficulty level
NEET, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2020, conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to be held on 3rd May 2020. Medical aspirants across the country, who are preparing for NEET could be assuming the 2020 examination will be more difficult than 2019. However, it is not accurate to assume so. Students can prepare a lot better by ensuring that they cover the sections that they find more difficult.
As mentioned by test takers, 2019 NEET paper was not much different from the previous years. However, of all the sections, Chemistry was considered the easiest, while Biology was moderate with descriptive and time consuming questions. Physics comprised of many calculative questions; hence, was complex.
According to experts, students consulting NCERT books and previous years’ paper might find the test easier. Aspirants may also refer to Vedantu NEET for recent updates about the exam.
Tips on NEET Academic Preparation
Prepare for a higher difficulty test
Pay closer attention to the topics that you find difficult, since preparing for an exam with higher than normal difficulty will save you from a possible shock later.
Comprehending the Exam Pattern
Before you delve deeper into preparing for the examination, spare some time and go through the previous year’s test paper. You will get an idea of the types of questions that you may come across in the examination. To understand the exam pattern, try to check last three years’ question papers.
Focusing on the Core Material
One of the important steps while preparing for NEET is choosing the right study materials. If you are not sure and pick the wrong material, you will end up with a poor preparation. To prepare, you can discuss this with subject experts or candidates who appeared for the examination in the previous year.
Divide hours for each subject
Studying one subject the entire day can bring boredom and you will start losing interest. One of the effective ways of preparing is by dividing hours of the day for all the subjects. For example, you can keep four hours for Physics, four hours for Chemistry, six hours for Biology, and so on.
Take Mock Tests
All thanks to the Internet that numerous free and full-length tests are available online. These tests can be accessed through Smartphone, tablets and of course computers. Taking an online mock test will help you to find out the area in which you need to improve. The more number of mock tests you take, better your preparation will be for NEET 2020.
Spare Time for Revision
Revision of syllabus and notes will help you to remember everything you have studied all these days. Without it you might miss out the small areas, which may lead to wrong answers and negative markings. Revision takes only few minutes; therefore, ensure you go through the syllabus as many times as you can.
To remember all the nitty-gritty of the syllabus, you need to be consistent. This means that you need to start your preparation from day one. Only when you study every single day, you will have time to revise and even clear your confusions, if you have any. This will also help you to be confident on the day of the test.
Keep checking Vedantu NEET for more information and updates.
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