May 15, 2019

Start Preparing for NEET from Class 10

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is one of the toughest competitive exams and every year lakhs of students appear for the exam to secure admission in medical and dental colleges. In Class 10, students appear for board exam for the first time and from this time the most crucial phase of career starts. The clock starts to tick fast and with a blink of an eye, it will be time for NEET exam.

The syllabus is huge and candidates need to cover each and every chapter well to crack the exam. A smart study plan along with loads of consistent practice is required to notch the success. So, if you are passionate about making a career in medicine, start preparing for NEET right after class 10 board exam.
NEET exam is mainly based on 3 subjects - chemistry, physics and biology (Botany and Zoology). There are 180 MCQs where for every correct answer, candidates get 4 marks and one mark is deducted for every wrong answer. So, it needs the right technique to clear the examination.

1. Know the syllabus:

The first thing candidates must do is to get familiar with the complete syllabus before rushing headlong into studies. Know the complete NEET syllabus from their official website and compare it with your board exam syllabus. The common chapters need not be prepared separately. As NEET covers the syllabi of various state boards, be well versed with the topics covered under other state boards. Make a note of the topics covered in your board syllabus and club them all to prepare for NEET.

2. Make a smart study plan:

There is no alternative for hard work. But for effective preparation, planning to study smart is also important. Once you are done with sorting out the syllabus, identify your strong and weak areas of the course. Prioritize the topics in a way so that you get more confident about the strong areas and have ample time at hand to work on the weak areas. For NEET, start learning from scratch so that the concepts get clear and you gain in-depth knowledge about the topics. Rote learning will not help in this case.

3.   Set deadlines:

Time runs faster than you think while preparing for the exam. A well-planned time table infuses a sense of seriousness and discipline in mind. When you are starting to prepare for NEET right after class X, you have enough time to study, practice and revision. Set the monthly, weekly and daily deadlines to finish the course of study just as you want. And be strict about the deadlines.

4. Revise & Practice regularly:

The revision has a big role to play for improvising memory skills during the exam. Write down important points and footnotes in a copy so that you can remember everything about the topic while going through them just before the exam. Also, practice sample question papers and previous years’ papers to enhance the problem-solving skills in a limited time.

5. Go for mock tests:

Taking full-length mock tests will make you familiar with exam pressure. It is also the best way to evaluate you. Solving sample question papers within three hours regularly will make you habituated of dealing with the extra stress during the exam. Best NEET coaching institutes in Raniganj and Chandannagar conduct mock tests for the candidates where problems are similar to the NEET level.

6. Take small breaks:

Long hours of study can take a toll on your health and may lead to fatigue which is harmful to cognitive abilities. Take short breaks to help your brain to retain information. Exercise or go for a walk to unwind a bit.

Lastly, do not lose focus and stay motivated while preparing for such an important exam of your career. Be confident that you have learned well and you have worked hard for the exam so you do not have much to worry about.

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