‘As of now I am totally into revision mode.’ says Dev Shah a NEET 2020 aspirant
‘As of now I am totally into revision mode.’ says Dev Shah a NEET 2020 aspirant - National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed the NEET 2020, due to Coronavirus outbreak and lockdown situation across the country. The postponements of the exam events are done for the health safety of the NEET aspirants. Candidates unwantedly stucked at their home as this is the only solution given by health exports to cope up with the epidemic like COVID-19. Aspirants are trying to keep them away from any kind of mental stress but as per the psychiatrists, people may suffer with mental health issues due to lockdown and it seems to be true. Postponement of NEET 2020 is one of the major exam events, where more than 16.84 lakhs lakhs registered and many of the aspirants are in confusion and in panic. Students are not aware of which next step the National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to take regarding the NEET 2020 exam conduction. The Q&A platforms of social media are flooded with questions regarding the preparation measures students should take to avoid any kind of effect of COVID-19 over the NEET 2020 preparation.
“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” as quoted by Roy T. Bennett. Worrying for any condition is not to give any solution instead that students have to see what positive they can get from this worse.
This pandemic and regular postponements of NEET events must have affected many of the students. Dev Shah is one of the aspirants who is going to appear for NEET 2020, after the lockdown. Careers360 team interacted with Dev regarding his preparation strategies especially in this lockdown situation where all the offline resources of studying can not be used. Aspirants can go through the article below to know how Dev Shah is taking this lockdown,whether this is an advantage for his preparation or it has some disadvantages.
Careers360 - Tell us something about yourself, education, background, family and others.
Dev Shah - Hello this is Dev Shah from Mumbai, recently I gave my board exams and now I have been preparing for my NEET exam.
Careers360 - What is your preparation strategy for NEET especially for the lockdown?
Dev Shah - Due to the ongoing crisis, the world is in the state of lockdown and as a NEET aspirant it gave all of us a bit more time to prepare well and I am utilising this time to become better at this exam.
Careers360 - Can you share your daily routine of NEET preparation?
Dev Shah - As a student my daily schedule is to first make a timetable of each day and stick to it, also implementing it regularly.
Careers360 - According to you, What are the advantages and disadvantages/challenges of lockdown in your NEET preparation?
Dev Shah - Of course as discussed earlier due to lockdown it gave me an advantage but for some students it can be a disadvantage too since they were well prepared already hence causing them a loss of time.
Careers360 - Are you attending any online classes for preparations?
Dev Shah - Yes, I used to attend online classes of Careers360 but as of now I am totally into revision mode and giving numerous mock tests.
Careers360 - What kind of stresses you are experiencing during lockdown and how are you dealing with it?
Dev Shah - The live interaction with the teachers is happening but not upto the mark. As of now, I want to keep myself away from any kind of stress as this can affect my NEET preparation.
Careers360 - How do you keep yourself motivated for your NEET preparation during this lockdown period?
Dev Shah - So as of today's time DOCTORS ARE CONSIDERED SOLDIERS so it keeps me motivated to work harder, I see myself serving the nation and mankind.
Careers360 - What are your views on the continuous postponements of exam related events?
Dev Shah - Considering the current situation I TOTALLY AGREE with the decision that has been taken by our government for postponing exams as this will help the students and people in the betterment of our nation.
Careers360 - As it can be seen in the current scenario that doctors are facing from certain sections of people and how they are brutally treated by the masses. How do you see it and how does it affect your determination?
Dev Shah - Yes I am aware about the situation that caused many public servants and doctors havoc and I am completely against the idea of doctors being violently hurt as their main motto was just for the betterment of the people, such evil behaviour must be charged with severe punishment.
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Questions related to NEET
my passport photograph does not have name and date on it and it is also different from postcard size photograph.Should i change passport photograph with one having date and name and similar to postcard one in neet ug2020????
Yes, you should re-upload your passport photograph clearly stating date when picture is clicked and your name. You should follow following guidelines when uploading your photograph:
- The size of Passport size Photograph should be 10 kb to 200 kb
- Photograph should be taken on or after 1st September 2019
- Photograph must cover 80% of your face.
- Spectacles are allowed only if being used regularly.
- Photograph should not be with cap or goggles.
Also, Same Passport size and Post Card size photographs are to be used for uploading with Online Application Form and for pasting on Attendance Sheet at the Examination Centre/Counselling/Admission.
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If,I failed in physics,does betterment in physics accepted in neet
First of all, in neet there is criteria of percentile nowadays. So no one can be judged on behalf of fail or pass. Now come to part of physics, so being a medical aspirant you should have good grip over physics in order to improve your rank. This will help you alot to get good rank. I suggest you should not avoid it.
I have once made correction in photos for neet 2020. but I scanned postcard photo (hard copy ) and resize it to upload it for passport photo .do I need to change passport photo ? pls tell
Mrunal, you haven't mentioned when you made these changes and if NTA has notified about regarding making the changes to the Passport Photograph. Your Photograph should be atleast between a size of 10kb and 200kb with JPG format and 2.5*3.5 inches with 72 DPI. Now your face should also be 80% clear and ears should be visible. If this holds the case with your uploaded Photograph, then you are fine and you needn't upload another Passport size photo. But if you feel that the photograph is not clear, then we would suggest you to make the changes. And the last date for making corrections to the NEET application form is July 15th and so you may have to hurry. If you are changing the Passport Photograph, make sure to take the print out of the confirmation page for your future reference. And if you are preparing for NEET, you may as well try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ . And because you have 2 more months to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity.
what is syllabus for JEE & NEET if I am studying along with Maharashtra HSC board? Suggest books? Are NCERT, Maharashtra (revised syllabus) books sufficient?
the syllabus of JEE mains are as follows
for mathematics - sets, relations and functions , complex numbers and quadratic equations , matrices and determinants, permutations and combination , mathematical induction , binomial theorem and its simple applications, sequences and series, limit continuity and differentiability , integral calculus , differential equations, coordinate geometry, three dimensional geometry , vector algebra , statistics and probability , trigonometry , mathematical reasoning
for physics - physics and measurement ,kinematics, laws of motion , work, energy and power , rotational motion , gravitation , properties of solids and liquids , thermodynamics , kinetics theory of gases , oscillations and waves , electrostatics , current electricity , magnetic effects of current and magnetism , electromagnetic induction and alternating currents , electromagnetics waves , optics, dual nature of matter and radiation , atoms and nuclei , electronic devices ,communication systems
for chemistry - some basic concepts in chemistry , states of matter , atomic structure , chemical bonding and molecular structure , chemical thermodynamics, solutions , equilibrium , redox reaction and electrochemistry , chemical kinetics, surface chemistry , classification of elements and periodicity in properties ,general principles and processes of isolation of metals , hydrogen , S- Block elements , P Block elements , D and F block elements , coordination compounds ,environmental chemistry , purification characterisation of organic compounds , some basic principle of organic chemistry , hydrocarbons , organic compounds containing halogens, organic compounds containing oxygen ,alcohols ,phenols and ethers ,carboxylic acids, organic compounds containing nitrogen , polymers , biomolecule, chemistry in every day life , principle related to practical chemistry , chemical principles involved in the following experiments
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sir i can give neet with b pharmacy
Yes you are eligible for giving Neet examination even if you are doing B Pharma provided
you must have passed your 12th with English and PCB (pass in both the theory and practical ) with at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB ( in theory +practical) in 12th examination if you belong to general category or at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /st
Also, there's no upper limit for neet examination, so you don't need to worry about your age also
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