How to Prepare for NEET in Last Two Months- Expert Insight
NEET, a medical entrance exam conducted every year on the first sunday of May is appeared by around 6 lakh aspirants, for securing a MBBS seat among the 54000, those offered across India. What makes an aspirant acquire the prestigious MBBS seat, is preparation for the coveted medical exam. With an objective to help medical aspirants like you for NEET preparation, Careers360 brings you preparation tips from Brajesh Maheswari, Director and HOD Physics, Allen Coaching Institute, Kota.
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In this advisory article, the Allen Kota Director shares his insights on preparation strategy for NEET. The coaching expert says that cracking NEET purely depends on time management, prepration stratergy, self practice, and hard work. Read on to know important books for NEET preparation.
Edited excerpts of interview
Careers360: What should be the preparation strategy for NEET in the last months?
Brajesh Maheswari: The aspirants must begin countdown for the exam with just 70 to 80 days left for the exam day. I advise students to divide their planning strategy in unit wise. Further they should divide preparation time for the topics day wise and hour wise for each subject. This will help them to get concrete output at the end of each remaining days.
Careers360: Which books would you suggest for preparation?
Brajesh Maheswari: Books and preparation material have no limits but during the last prepratory days, students must go through NCERT books which consists of effective and in-depth knowledge of every and every topic.
Careers360: What could be the possible level of difficulty as compared to last year?
Brajesh Maheswari: As per the analysis of questions in last year’s AIPMT /NEET UG, 75% questions are average, 20% are difficult and 5% above the difficult level. With proper and well planned time management, students can easily meet with desired goal. During the examination, it is very important to know what to do and what not to do. The question paper is structured on the level of average students and therefore by attempting above the average level of questions during exams, you can make your identity in top rankers.
Careers360: What are the Do's and Don’ts on NEET Exam day?
Brajesh Maheswari:The level of enthusiasms and confidence must be high, constant and stable during the examination. Never lose your temperament during the NEET Exam.
Never attempt those questions which you are not confident about as wrong answer will have imoact on your grand total. Simply leave such questions
Divide the 3 hours time duration equaly between each subject and do not cross the time management plan customized for yourself
- Start with those questions which are simple and easy
- Subsequently, switch to those difficult questions which may require time
Careers360: What should be the exam strategy on exam day? How should students manage the time between the different sections of the paper?
Brajesh Maheswari: Divide the 3 hours' time as per your comfort with the subject and do not cross the time management plan in each subject. In first round of attempting the paper, attempt simple and those questions on which you are confident. Then in second round, you can solve difficult questions by your alert and active mind.
Careers360: How important are mock tests? When should an aspirant start with such mock tests?
Brajesh Maheswari: Real mock tests are very important, they will definitely help you in time management and your confidence will surely improved by giving mock test.
Note: Before 2016, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was named as All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT).
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is neet necessary fot opt bsc phychology
NEET is not compulsory to pursue BSc. Psychology course after 10+2. Some of well reputed colleges or universities offer the admission through entrance examination conducted by concerned institute. In fact, you don't even need to appear NEET for the course. You can go for the entrance exams conducted by some of the top institutes in India offering the BSc. Psychology course.
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i scored 70.2% in class 12 and appearing for neet will i be able to study in canada with these less marks
You must have passed out a minimum of 10+2 exam from the recognized board of study and with the mandatory subjects of physics, chemistry, and biology which you have already done as per what you have said in your question
You will be required to qualify the Medical college admission test (MCAT) which is the medical entrance exam of the country and is mandatory in nature.
The English language proficiency would also be tested in Canada thus candidate has to qualify the TOEFL or the IELTS exam with the minimum score of 90 out of 100.
So before applying do look into all these things and if you fit the criteria you can go to Canada to study medicine.
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how can I roll neet preparation for career 360 and during payment user name must be alpha numericals please give eg for alpha numerical
In alphabets use any alphabet from a to z both in upper and lower case and along with that use numericals and common symbols such as #@* and &
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Sir I have no right hand and I am left handed should I eligible to apply for neet
under Physical Disability, locomotor disability, visual impairment, hearing impairment and Speech and Language disability are the conditions eligible for PWD reservation. Now your Locomotor disability should not exceed 70% for being able to claim PWD reservation Loss of right hand mounts to 50% disability. And so you are technically eligible for appearing in NEET as right hand is not your dominant hand as per what you have said in your question and also claiming PWD reservation. Now, this is the general information .medical counselling keeps making changes over the years regarding PWD reservation And so we would suggest you to reach out to NTA at their helpdesk at:
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from general category I have scored 99 marks in biology, 37 in chemistry & 36 in my 12 board exam will i face any problem in neet counseling or in admission process?
Abhishek, to be eligible for NEET, you should have completed your 12th, passed in all subjects and secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. This 50% is inclusive of the Theory and Practical marks scored in Physics, Chemistry and Biology collectively. You needn't score 50% in Physics, 50% in Chemistry and 50% in Biology separately. You need an aggregate of 50% or 40% depending on your Category as an aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. And along with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, you should also have studied English as one of the core subjects in your 12th. If your marks are both Theory and Practicals combined and your over all result is Pass in each subject and as well overall, then you are eligible for NEET. Or else unfortunately you are not eligible and you may have to reappear for those subjects which you haven't passed.