How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month
Manashjyoti, 04 Jun 2019, #NEET
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How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month - "He who is best prepared can best serve his moment of inspiration." The saying by Samuel Taylor is the most suited quote for candidates preparing for NEET in 1 month. Given the high-stakes nature of exam, most of the aspirants will be dealing with the anxiety and nervousness during their revision and preparations in the last 30 days before NEET 2020. Therefore, beating the stress and following the best preparation routine is the key factor for effective preparation of NEET UG 2020 in last month. The article on how to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month, to help aspirants to prepare a revision strategy to crack NEET, guidelines to be followed and keep the exam day blues at bay.

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Previous year toppers of NEET and experts from prominent institutes comprise important insights to frame the perfect last one month NEET 2020 revision strategy. It includes one-month flash revisions for NEET 2020, last month NEET preparation time table and NEET mock test strategy customized for the last month NEET 2020 preparations. How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month will assist aspirants to understand that even the limited time remaining for the offline exam can be used in the best possible way.

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Archit Gupta, who secured All India Rank 2 in both the NEET and AIIMS MBBS entrances last year, shares, “Stress and fear can have a negative effect on the performance in the test. I cut myself from social media during exam days and focussed single-mindedly towards studying for my dream medical college. I would play my favourite video games at times for mental refreshment. It helped me beat negative thoughts, revise thoroughly and stay confident.”

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How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month - Preparation Strategy

A healthy one month preparation tips of NEET 2020 is helpful for candidate to built upon a bedrock of three components - a disciplined study routine, marathon revisions and regular mock test practice. Detailed guiding points about these three components are given below to help candidates develop an effective NEET last month preparation strategy.

How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month: Study routine

NEET will be conducted on May 3, 2020. One of the most important NEET preparation tips is to formulate a well-planned study routine in the last month, which will ensure that an appropriate amount of time is set aside for each subject.

  • Study Hours: Devote about 14 hours each day to studies interspersed with small breaks for an ideal last month study routine. Continuous studies will help aspirants regularize study schedule, reduce stress caused by indiscipline and provide ample time to revise the vast NEET syllabus in just one month.

  • Dividing the time: Divide the study hours between the revision of NEET syllabus, NEET mock test practise and analysis of errors. If time permits, you can also work more towards developing conceptual clarity of problems.

  • Study Material: Do not try to attempt/solve any other study materials than are necessary. When talked about ‘How to prepare for NEET in 1 month’ expert Brajesh Maheshwari, Director, Allen Coaching Institute, Kota, recommends that, “Books and preparation materials have no limits. During the last preparatory days, students should just go through NCERT books which contain effective and in-depth knowledge of every topic. Besides these, they can go for revision notes and coaching modules if any,”

  • Stress Busters: Limit the presence of distractions like social media, games, etc. Use these only either as means for refreshment or as stress busters. Remember that these are to be used during study breaks only, and cracking the exam should remain the main goal. Also, while it is important to limit these distractions, such restraint should be practised willingly and cheerfully. One can keep time for light physical exercises like yoga or meditation to reduce fatigue and remain fresh and calm.

How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month: Marathon Revisions

The trick of a well-planned NEET last month preparation strategy lies in figuring the right revision strategy.

  • Question-Based Revision: To revise a particular chapter/topic/unit from Physics or Chemistry, choose 45-50 random MCQ questions (as per NEET exam pattern) from that chapter/topic/unit and solve them in 45 minutes. For revision of Biology, choose 90 MCQ type questions at random from a chapter/topic/unit and solve them in 90 minutes. Repeat this strategy for revision of all chapters of Chemistry, Physics and Biology. This will simulate real exam environment wherein you will get on an average of 90 minutes each for Physics and Chemistry (45 questions each) and 90 minutes for Biology (90 questions). “While doing subject-specific preparations for NEET, divide three hours between Physics, Chemistry and Biology and solve their MCQs. Take up specific chapters/units for every 3 hour set. This combination will help candidates generate concrete output at the end of the day,” suggests Mr. Maheshwari.

  • Comprehensive Revision: After question based revision, revise the subjects from respective NCERT books, modules and notes readied during the early stages of preparations. Condense important points into one-page diagrams or notes and go through these regularly in the last week, if necessary.

How to prepare for NEET 2020 in 1 month: Practising Tests

Archit says, “Do not wait for attempting mock tests till your preparations get complete. Keep solving mock tests alongside preparations.”

  • Simulating Exam Time: Practice full-length mocks during the same time-frame as that of the NEET exam, ie. from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM. Doing this will acclimatize your body clock with the exam day timings and attune one’s alertness and concentration levels accordingly.

  • Performance Analysis: After every mock test, analyze the performance. Take notes of weak areas and work on them during revision time. Also keep a note of recurring mistakes, for instance, forgetfulness in converting units, etc. One week before the exam, read these notes so these mistakes are not repeated in the exam.

How to prepare for NEET in 1 month as detailed in above article will help all candidates who are unsure about how to best utilize the last 30 days before NEET in their preparations. Candidates should ensure that they do not take too much stress and remain confident about all that they have prepared before appearing for the exam.

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