How to prepare for NEET 2020 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19)
How to prepare for NEET 2020 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Medical aspirants across the globe must be wondering how to prepare for NEET 2020 in Coronavirus (COVID-19). Since there are speculations that the exam date might be shifted further, candidates might get extra time to prepare for NEET 2020. Also, since moving out of houses is being restricted candidates must be looking for creative ideas to prepare for NEET 2020 at home. The single national level medical entrance examination is hardly a month away and is a one-time opportunity for medical aspirants to get a seat in the college of their choice. One-time opportunity because NEET is conducted once a year and is slated to be held on May 3, 2020 for this year. Medical aspirants can check this article titled ‘How to prepare for NEET 2020 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ for all tips and tricks they are looking for.
NEET 2020 preparation tips amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19)
In the coming days situations might worsen where the restriction on moving out of the houses might become more stringent. In such circumstances candidates might have no clue as to how to prepare for NEET 2020 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19). For answers to all such queries candidates can check the points that follow:
Look for engaging and informative youtube videos - Since candidates will be at home and their coachings might get cancelled they should look for videos on youtube of people who give online classes or on topics related to their NEET syllabus
Make DIYs to understand your topics - To make study interesting medical aspirants can also take up DIY projects on their own on topics that are related to their examination of NEET. This will keep them entertained as well as they will be able to memorise that subjects well
Engage in discussions with your siblings (if any) - If candidates have siblings or for that matter any other person of intellect in their family who has a significant amount of knowledge on their topics, they should engage in healthy and productive discussions with them. By doing this they will attain a lot more clarity on their topics and weaknesses
Take enough rest and a balanced diet - Medical aspirants should make sure that their health is absolutely fine. Failing to do this might have serious repercussions as they might have to dropout this year .All their preparations might go in vain.
NEET preparation tips 2020 amidst COVID-19 - What should not be done?
Since candidates will now be doing most of their preparation from home it is essential that they keep in mind certain things on doing which might hamper their preparations for NEET 2020. These have been mentioned in the points below:
Do not waste your time on electronic gadgets - It is strongly advised that the duration spent at home is not wasted in playing online games or enjoying leisure time on social networking sites. Aspirants must make sure that if they use these devices it is only for educational purposes
Candidates must not adapt a relaxant attitude - Since candidates will be spending most of their time at home they must not adapt a carefree attitude instead they should cease every opportunity they get to boost their NEET 2020 preparations amidst the outbreak of Coronavirus
Do not become a trouble for your parents - In such situations parents are already facing trouble due to the global scenario and are equally worried about the examination. On top of this if they find candidates not serious for the exam their mental pressure might double. So, it is advised that aspirants do not give them any additional pressure
What can be learned from the current situation of Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
With the entire world coming under the claws of Coronavirus slowly, what medical aspirants need to note is that all are being advised to stay at home except healthcare professionals. They are working day and night to cure patients and improve the situation. A lesson here for medical aspirants is that they should be prepared to serve the people in a similar manner if need be in future. Spread of diseases such as COVID-19, are always uninformed and uninvited and in dire circumstances the only people a country relies upon is its healthcare professionals. They are then Gods in human form to the nations. Therefore, it is advised that the day a person decides that he/she wishes to enter the field of medicine they should be prepared to go through the worst situation with a smile and encouraging words.
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Questions related to NEET
I am born on 13 august 2004, am i eligible for NEET 2021 please reply
As per the age criteria for NEET, candidates need to attain 17 years by 31st December of that appearing year, so yes you can appear for NEET based on this.
You also need to fulfill other eligibility criteria as mentioned below;
Passed or appearing 10+2 from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subjects, those having Biology as an additional are also eligible to apply.
PCB aggregate against each category as mentioned below should be attained;
- UR - 50%,
- OBC/SC/ST - 40%,
- PWD - 45%
how much to score in neet for medical seet
Can you please help us with your category and domicile state as
cut off marks for medical colleges varies depending upon various factors like your domicile state , number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
But in general as per past year trends , you should try to get at least around 550 to 600 marks to be on the safer side in your neet examination if you want to get a mbbs seat in government medical college
in neet 2019, lowest marks required for general category for getting a mbbs seat in government medical college under UP state quota was 575 and it was for
Medical College, Bahraich
I hope that you find this helpful
I got 164/300 in PCB , I am from obc category. I am pass in all subjects and english is my core subject physics- Theory-23 practicle-28 chem- T-23 p-28 bio- T-34 P-28 my score is less in theory than practicles in physics and chemistry.. Is I am eligible for NEET??? And for colleges like Aiims?
if we get 59 percentage in board examination then we are prepare neet
Actually your overall % obtained in class 12th board examination is not considered for Neet eligibility , only your aggregate in PCB is considered
And you have not mentioned your aggregate in PCB i.e physics chemistry and Biology .
Neet eligibility criteria says that,
to be eligible 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 .
If you fulfil this criteria then only you are eligible for NEET
For detailed information about neet examination go through our page for which link is provided below; -
i get 41 marks in bio and in phy and che i get 60 above i belong to obc category i am eligible for neet plz help me
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