How NEET 2020 aspirants can keep themselves calm during lockdown?
The lockdown has been declared in most of the countries to stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Indian government announced a lockdown for 21 days till April 14, which later extended to May 3, 2020, cancelling all the board and entrance exams. National Testing Agency (NTA) was expected to conduct National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET 2020 on September 13, which has been postponed. It has been advised not to panic about the postponement and NEET candidates must keep themselves calm during the lockdown for better preparations.
As per the British government psychiatrist, the people may suffer with mental health issues due to lockdown. Along with nation-wide closing, 15,93,452 registered NEET candidates need to stay calm during lockdown preparations. NEET exam is conducted for admission to around 1,63,150 MBBS/BDS/AYUSH/BVSc&AH seats, which makes it one of the most competitive exams of the nation. Therefore, grabbing a seat in medical/dental colleges is a tedious task for aspirants. Analysing the competition, students must be working hard for long hours. However, it is very important to know how NEET 2020 aspirants can keep themselves calm during lockdown.
As per psychologists, one of the most crucial point test takers must understand is to stay calm during NEET preparations in this lockdown period. Studying more than the capability and compatibility of a candidate is harmful. A calm mind in this lockdown situation can assist students in better NEET preparation with more clarity. Now the question is how NEET 2020 aspirants can keep themselves calm during lockdown, for which can be done by a break. In the timetable for NEET preparations during lockdown, aspirants must add sometime for health and relaxation. Read the article to know how NEET candidates can keep themselves calm during lockdown.
Stay calm during lockdown NEET preparations - Get close to your family
In this fast and furious world, all are so busy that they cannot spend time with loved ones. It is suggested that NEET aspirants must sit with their family members and talk with them, know about their lives, do discussions with them regarding topics like career, life, hobbies and passion, etc. It will help NEET aspirants to be calm during lockdown. Candidates can help their mother with daily tasks like cleaning the house, cooking, etc.
Know the techniques of indoor games
Students can also play indoor games like carrom, chess, ludo, etc. with their sisters/brothers or cousins, this will fade away the stress and bring calmness to NEET aspirants during lockdown. This in turn will make their bonds with sisters/brothers more strong and will get to know them more deeply.
NEET aspirants can keep calm by playing online games
One more option is to invite friends to play online games like PUBG or COC as per their choice, this can be enjoyed to the fullest by being connected with friends.
How can NEET candidates keep themselves calm - stay connected
And yes chatting can also be done, do have a chat online with close/far friends on various social media platforms like facebook, instagram, whatsApp, etc. This is an easy time pass with helping NEET aspirants to stay calm during lockdown and that too without being unnoticed. Exchange jokes and memes of course.
One option is to connect with special ones no matter if they are in different cities well. Video call them and build some memorable moments to share day to day moments with them.
Meditate to stay calm during NEET preparations in lockdown period
NEET aspirants can keep themselves calm during lockdown by practising meditation. It will provide relaxation and help to be fit mentally. Practicing meditation for even 30 minutes in a day can make aspirants feel better. It can be practised between studies to have some small breaks to make studies productive and feel good mentally. It has also been proved by the world that meditation brings peace to one’s mind.
Stay fresh with exercise before practicing for NEET 2020
NEET aspirants can practise yoga or do exercise to have some physical activities and do not feel bored of sitting for long at one place.
Stay calm and do not study a lot during lockdown
We all know it takes blood and sweat to crack NEET 2020 and yes NEET aspirants would have definitely put every ounce of their strength to crack it. Seeing the situation it is hard to give every possible time to studies so just relax and do study in a moderate way. In the end studying for long does not matter as it can make somehow difficult for aspirants to be calm during lockdown. What matters is to study on a regular basis without leaving any day without study and be disciplined and not breaking the routine.
Novels for NEET aspirants to keep themselves calm during lockdown
And do not forget to read the novels as per your choice whichever category one will like romantic, mystery, thrilling, etc. This activity is a must as we all know books are the best friends indeed especially when there is no one around and nothing to do. Believe me this will pass the time like nothing.
These all activities can make the day so well and good, candidates cannot even imagine and yes we will never ever forget these moments we spent. This way aspirants can seek calmness during lockdown. At last stay healthy and fit and also on such a dooms-day do not lose your hope as that day is near when we will be winners over this coronavirus.
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Questions related to NEET
There are any chances of cancellation of jee and Neet exams?
At this point in time, there is no clear notification regarding the same. A parents body has filed a PIL in the Supreme Court requesting for JEE Mains and NEET to be postponed further due to the increased cases. They have come up with 10 reasons as to why JEE Mains should be postponed. And IIT Delhi has already cancelled conducted JEE Advanced in Foreign Countries. And Parents body from Gujarat also filed a PIL requesting NEET and JEE Mains to be conducted as per schedule without any delay. Supreme Court is yet to pass an order on it. So until there is an official notification regarding this from either NTA or MHRD, we have to assume that JEE will be conducted as scheduled from September 1st to 6th. There are 36 days more to go for the D day and anything might happen. If Supreme Court accepts the PIL, it might then ask MHRD and NTA to file in their petitions and then a call will be taken accordingly after all the pleadings are heard. So while it is still under hearing, we cannot say anything at this point in time. We have to wait to hear from either NTA or MHRD regarding the same. Until then the only wise thing to do would be to prepare for JEE as if it is going to happen from September 1st to 6th and NEET for September 13th so that if the schedule doesn't change, you are not thrown off the guard.
Looking for details for NRIs. my kid is in 12th grade now and will finish her 12th grade by May 2021 here in USA. and planning to take some trainings from India for NEET. She did all Biology, Chemistry and Physics. What are the fees for NRIs in AP?>
It's nearly 30 to 35 lakhs per annum.
If I get 450 marks in neet 2020 .will I get free seat in private college in telangana and andhrapradesh .my caste is BCB?
There is no concept of Free seat. There are 3 Categories in Private Medical Colleges. Category A is the Government Quota Seats. And only candidates of the home State are eligible to apply for these seats. Under this Category, 417 marks secured a seat in Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences under OBC Category. That was the cut off. Now this is 2018 data and cut offs change every year. Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So even for Category A seats in Private Medical Colleges, you need to aim for atleast 475 and above. 450 might not be enough. 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 34 more days to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity.
B Category seats are also called Management Quota Seats and they are filled through State Counselling and the remaining seats are filled through direct Admissions by contacting the College directly provided the Candidate has registered for the respective State Counselling and has not been able to secure a seat in the Counselling. Here the fees is usually nothing less than 40 lakhs. The last Category is NRI seats Category and you cannot apply for that.
neet marks required for cmc ludhiana for aiq-ur?
CMC Ludhiana is a Christian Minority Private Medical College. We do not have 2019 data. But in 2018, under All India Quota, 530 marks secured a seat in CMC Ludhiana under General Category. And 459 marks secured a seat in this College under Minority Category. Now this is 2018 data and cut offs change every year. Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. For a seat in this College under General Category under All India Quota, you should aim for more than 575. 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 34 more days to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity.
neet marks required for hamdard institute of medical sciences, new delhi under aiq?
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences is a Deemed University. . Under All India Quota, All the 15% of All India Quota Seats except for Jammu and Kashmir, 100% Seats at Deemed and Central Universities, IP Quota seats in ESIC Colleges, Seats at AFMC, AIIMS and JIPMER are filled by DGHS. Going by this Hamdard also fills its seats through All India Counselling. In 2019, under All India Quota, 543 marks secured a seat in Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences under General Category. This was after the stray vacancy round. And that was the cut off. Now as mentioned, this is 2019 and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So for a seat in 2020 in Hamdard you will need more than 600 if you belong to General Category and atleast 500 if you belong to Reserved Categories. exam 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 34 more days to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity