NEET 2020 Preparations Tips During Lockdown by Pramod Maheshwari, Director, Career Point
NEET 2020 Preparations Tips During Lockdown by Pramod Maheshwari, Director, Career Point: With very little time left for India's biggest medical entrance examination, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET, the agitation level of the medical aspirants on how to prepare for NEET 2020 must be at the top. This is the time when candidates begin preparing and revising for NEET 2020 for the last time. They have got the leverage of extra time to prepare for NEET 2020 during the lockdown extension. Taking that into consideration, Careers360 has brought you an exclusive interview on how to prepare for NEET medical exam during the Lockdown period by Pramod Maheshwari, expert and Managing Director of Career Point. In this interview on how to prepare for NEET 2020 by expert, Pramod Maheshwari has shared some NEET preparation tips to give an edge to the preparations of all the NEET 2020 aspirants. Along with that, he has also shared some important revision tips that every NEET aspirant will have to keep in mind while preparing for NEET 2020.
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Check out the entire interview on how to prepare for NEET 2020 during lockdown by Career Point Director, Pramod Maheshwari.
Careers360: Since NEET 2020 has been postponed, how can students grab this opportunity?
Pramod Maheshwari: The postponement of NEET has given students a great advantage of extra time to prepare. They should now use this time properly and strengthen their preparation. NEET aspirants should develop a 30-day evasion plan, in which they should give equal time to all subjects and work on their weaknesses.
Careers360: What major things do you think NEET aspirants must cover during the extra time provided due to COVID 19?
Pramod Maheshwari: In the 30 day plan, the aspirants must:
Revise the whole syllabus of physics, chemistry, and Biology.
Take a total of 8 to 10 test papers by 20th May.
After 23 my onwards you have to do revisions on formula level.
And, in order to do these 3 tasks you need to put your commitment to study for at least 12 hours a day. That is out of 24 hours that you have in a day, a student needs to strictly put his/her 12 hours aside for their studies.
Careers360: How aspirants can set accurate time management for the preparations?
Pramod Maheshwari: The total study time which you have to put in is 600 hours (50×12 =600 hrs), if you try to bifurcate these 600 hours into different tasks then we get time break-up as mentioned below.
Time required to take 10 tests would be around 30 hours (10 ×3= 30hrs).
It's important to analyze your paper, once you finish it off. Therefore you need to put in 1 hour for analyzing each paper. This means that you need a total of 10 hours for paper analysis (10×1=10hrs).
It means that out of total 600 hours of your total study time, you will be left for 560 hours and you have to utilize this period effectively in your self-study.
Careers360: According to you, how important is it to utilise this time in order to crack NTA NEET 2020?
Pramod Maheshwari: The potential and the execution on the part of the student can be considered as the sinusoidal wave, like that of sine function showing trough and crest. Additionally, it is very difficult to remain maintained at a level, for which you as a student will have to put up many efforts in your performance. If you are currently at the peak then your endeavor must be to remain at the peak position. If you don't put up your effort to maintain it, then you will surely get a fall in your further performances. But you can prolong your peak position if you properly put your efforts.
Careers360: Do you think, these last days preparation can have a drastic impact over an aspirant’s performance?
Pramod Maheshwari: Yes, after this period gets over, the exam will be conducted and students get to witness many ups and downs. Those who will maintain their potential and their energy will be able to do better. Those students who have not reached better performance till yet but utilizes the remaining last 15 days will witness a significant jump in their performance. Whereas those students who have been performing well till now but unable to maintain their potential will surely slag their performance in NEET 2020.
Careers360: Candidates take a lot of mental pressure when exams knock at the door. How do you feel that can be reduced?
Pramod Maheshwari: Aspirants should not compel themselves much by thinking about the exam over and over again. Just remember, one cannot perform without being psychologically fit. They need not even stress over NEET result, as it's not the end. Give your body full rest by sleeping and eating well.
Additional Tips by Mr. Pramod Mahesweari for NEET 2020 Aspirants
Revise the complete course by solving as many NEET question papers as possible.
Cover all the NEET 2020 important topics.
Test your preparation level through online test series
If there is any doubt about any topic, ask your faculty and solve it immediately.
Study weak topics through online video lectures
Make a full plan of 40 days for revision.
Do not try to read a single topic from more than one NEET book, focus on grasping the concepts which you don't understand and move on.
Take practice tests in an exam like environment and timing at home also.
Create short notes and revision chits now for the last moments as per your needs.
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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