The NEET-UG or National Eligibility and Entrance Test 2020 is going to be conducted on May 3. NEET-UG is considered as one of the significant entrance exams in the country. And with the nearing of the exams, you must be busy in revising concepts and important topics. Also, must have solved previous year question papers and have faced your difficult and strong points. Further, you might be quite confident on what you are good at. But still, it has been noticed that students after attending their exams come home and find that they had made silly mistakes which may happen because of the following reasons:
• Not reading and going through the questions carefully.
• Not paying attention to all the 4 options.
• Bubbling mistakes in answer sheet (better first use pencil for the initial stage and after confirmation mark with your pen).
• Inappropriate time management.
• Finally the revision.
The above-mentioned are some common mistakes which students usually commit because of anxiety. So it’s better to practise as many questions as you can and start correcting yourself from now onwards.
Now it’s the time for some tips which can help you crack NEET in 30 days. Here you go. View More
Understand you syllabusThe syllabus prescribed for NEET has portions from both 11th and 12th standard. We all know that the portions are pretty vast but if you are through with your syllabus than a quick revision will work great. Also, be sure that you spent some extra time on some important topics. To help you out with some we are mentioning some below.
From Class 11th
|1||Physical world and measurement||Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry||Diversity in Living World Reproduction|
|2||Kinematics||Structure of Atom||Structural Organisation in Animals and
Plants Genetics and Evolution
|3||Laws of Motion||Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
|Cell Structure and Function Biology and
|4||Work, Energy and Power||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||Plant Physiology Biotechnology and Its
|5||Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body||States of Matter: Gases and Liquids||Human physiology Ecology and environment
|7||Properties of Bulk Matter||Equilibrium|
|9||Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory||Hydrogen|
|10||Oscillations and Waves||s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline
|11||Some p-Block Elements|
|12||Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and
From Class 12th
|2||Current Electricity||Solutions||Genetics and Evolution|
|3||Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism||Electrochemistry||Biology and Human Welfare|
|4||Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents||Chemical Kinetics||Biotechnology and Its Applications|
|5||Electromagnetic Waves||Surface Chemistry||Ecology and environment|
|6||Optics||General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements|
|7||Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation||p- Block Elements|
|8||Atoms and Nuclei||d and f Block Elements|
|9||Electronic Devices||Coordination Compounds|
|10||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes|
|11||Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers|
|12||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
|13||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen|
|16||Chemistry in Everyday Life|
- Choose the right study materials
At the initial stage of preparations, trust and focus only on NCERT textbook as to get the best result it is must that you are through with the syllabus of the textbook. Further, for practising more on MCQs you can avail materials from the market. It would be better to buy one which is suggested by your mentor or friends.
- Plan wisely
This would be the next approach towards your last minute effective planning for 30 days. A proper plan will help you cover many topics of concern. Set some time slot for every activity which you are going to do right from devoting time towards your study to the frequent refreshment breaks. This will help you chill out and improve your concentration and eliminate stress.
- Improve your speed and accuracy
Try to work on improving your speed and accuracy in solving questions. Familiarise yourself with as many questions as you can. This will help you greatly in your examination.
- Searching for the new concept may hamper your precious time
The last-minute preparation is the most precious time for you and during those hours you shouldn’t waste your time in learning new chapters and concepts. This may affect your preparation and confidence. So, it’s better to revise the chapters and concepts which you have already read.
- Avoid scoring negative marks
If you are confused about the answers it is better do not attend it and leave those questions which may not let you score. Your guesses may not work always and you may end up losing your marks.
To wrap it up
Be calm and relaxed. And be confident, yes, you can crack NEET in 30 days. So, it’s the show time, go ahead and win the race.
All the best.