How to crack NEET 2021: Perseverance, Hard work, Clear strategy to success
How to crack NEET 2021 - Securing admission through India's single largest national-level medical entrance exam, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is challenging. Since, over 15 lakh candidates compete every year in NEET to get admission in around 80,055, MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH and 525 BVSc & AH seats offered in top medical colleges of India. Keeping the competition level in mind, Careers360 brings you preparation tips from previous session's toppers of NEET who suggest that a right preparation strategy followed with a disciplined approach and consistent study schedules can lead to success. NEET 2021 preparation tips as given by the previous year toppers will help candidates in understanding the strategy that should be followed and what are the key areas where one can focus on. Eligible candidates must read the article below to know how to crack NEET 2021 securing good marks.
How to crack NEET 2021- Toppers's Advice
To help aspirants, the top rankers of NEET 2020 share their insights on preparations, the importance of NCERT books, mock tests, revision and ways to optimise performance to get high marks.
Read the preparation tips below on ‘How to crack NEET 2021’ by this year's topper AIR 1 Soyeb Aftab and AIR 2 Akanksha Singh, who made history by securing 720/720 marks in NEET 2020. Along with NEET 2020 AIR 3, Tummala Snikitha.
Soyeb Aftab AIR 1 NEET 2020
The topper from Odissa stunned everyone when he scored full marks in India's single largest medical entrance exam. Soyeb outsmarted over 15 lakh candidates to secure AIR 1 in NEET 2020. He believes that her consistent hard work helped him to achieve success. "I had a clear plan in my mind from the very beginning as to how I will study for the exam. I divided my time for different chapters ranging from one to two hours per chapter. I prepared from the very beginning for the boards and NEET simultaneously so that I did not have to face any exam stress and tension." he said.
NCERT Books are the key to a strong foundation: Soyeb also emphasised on strengthening basic concepts by thoroughly studying from the NCERT core books. He continuously studied for seven to eight hours from NCERT books. He believed that following a regular schedule and intensely studying from the NCERT books played a major role in his success in the medical entrance exams.
Advice to aspirants: Asking him about one advice which he wants to give to the future NEET 2021 aspirants, he said " "My suggestion to the future aspirants is to first study from the NCERT books and complete the syllabus for all the subjects. After that for Physics just study from one good book but solve a lot of multiple-choice questions. At no point of time, one should feel dejected or demotivated if they have not scored well. Take failure as a stepping stone towards success."
AIR 2 Akanshsha Singh NEET 2020
UP's Akanksha Singh too scored full marks in NEET 2020, however, due to the age factors she was given AIR 2. Akanksha always wanted to become a doctor at the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Since, there was no big coaching institute in her town- Kushinagar, she used to travel for four hours to study at an institute in Gorakhpur. After completing Class 10, she shifted to Delhi to prepare for NEET.
Regular studies: According to Akanksha, the only strategy to crack NEET, is to stay calm and study regularly followed by small breaks. While preparing for NEET, she devoted 10 to 12 hours daily to self-study, followed by her institute’s study material. Her study schedule included understanding the concepts, solving the problem and analysing the mistakes.
Keeping yourself motivated: According to this NEET 2020 topper, keeping yourself motivated while preparing for a tough exam like this is extremely vital. Also, unlike many students who wanted the exam to postponed, Akanksha believes the lockdown period gave her extra time to revise her notes, or else balancing the board exam along with entrance test preparation was a task.
Tummala Snikitha AIR 3 NEET 2020
This young girl Tummla, who secured the third rank in NEET 2020, gives complete credit to his parents and teachers, who ironed whatever obstacle she faced. She shares how his focused strategy made her crack medical entrance examinations and come out in flying colours.
Don't lose focus: Tummla believes that the only strategy to crack a tough exam like this is to not lose focus from her goal. While preparing for NEET, she didn't derive herself from her purpose and kept focusing on the preparations. She also shares that it is important to remind yourself about the goal, which you wish to achieve and work hard towards it.
Never get demotivated by failures: Tummla also shared that it is important to give your 100 per cent while preparing for the competitive examinations. According to her, one should try to analyse the obstacle between you and your success and work hard to eradicate it permanently.
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Questions related to NEET
hi.iam 23 .iam completed my engineering.can i elligible for neet 2022.whats the code shall I use.
Though you want to pursue your career in medical sector, just remember that a B.Tech degree wont help you while pursuing medical. Also, at this age, you have to go a long way in order to finish your medical course in your career. Yes, you can give NEET exam because the eligibility criteria of pursuing MBBS is to have completed 12th. with the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with an aggregate of 60%. But, it is rather suggested that instead of going for medical after completing B.Tech, rather go for any competitive exam like GATE, CAT etc to pursue M.Tech or MBA so that you can secure a good job in your career.
Feel free to ask us in the comment section if you want any sort of help.
Hope, it helps you.
any changes in syllabus of 2021 neet
The Central Board of Secondary Education has reduced the syllabus for 11th and 12th Board Exams. This was done because of the COVID-19 situation, where we were forced to learn through online classes. So, the syllabus was reduced by 30%.
The Medical Council of India has not yet released the revised syllabus for NEET 2021. It might also change because of the reduction in syllabus of the Board Exams. The revised syllabus for NEET 2021 will be released by Last Week of November or the First Week of December.
So, kindly wait for the Official Notification for the release of the revised syllabus of NEET 2021.
my neet mark is 477.mbc community.can i get medical seat in government quota.
Chances are quite less. But if you are interested then there are chances for you to get BDS, BAMS and BHMS. But even for these domains I cannot assure you that you will definitely get a seat in government college. But there are chances for you to get a seat in private and deemed medical colleges. Incase if you are not getting a government college then take NEET next year also. Let me remind you that the one who scored 720/720 this year was taking NEET for the second time. But having hope is never wrong.
ALL THE BEST. Hope the answer was of some help.
do kea neet 2020 droppers have to upload documents again when registering for neet 2021 counselling in kea?
As you are dropped, you will be giving NEET exam in 2021. You will be having a new score card and rank card for NEET 2021. So, certainly you need to register afresh and upload all the documents again for KEA counselling process for NEET 2021 entrance examination.
i got 114marks in neet . and i am from ntd cast . can i get any government college for any medical course from state government quatta
You have not specified the category to which you belong. The cutoff for NEET 2020 for various categories are:
You have scored 114 marks. As, you haven't mentioned the category, but ,114 marks are too low for getting admission in into medical course. Mere qualifying NEET does not ensure admission into a college or course. For MBBS, course you generally need to score 500+ marks. You might have qualified if you belong to reserve category, but will not get into any of the colleges. If you are determined to crack NEET, you can check our NEET Knockout Package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/