NEET 2020 Topper Interview: Bhawanam Manasa (AIR 16)
NEET 2020 Topper Interview: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has finally declared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET result 2020 on the official website ntaresults.nic.in on October 16. NEET results came with the anticipation to know the names of NEET toppers 2020. By securing All India Rank (AIR) 16, Bhawana Manasa from Andra Pradesh can now fulfil her dream to become a Doctor. 17 years old Manasa wishes to help people and save lives by being a neurologist. Asking about her preparation strategies, the NEET exam topper, who has secured AIR 16 said that she has devoted 7 to 8 hours to self-study, apart from her online classes. Aspirants seeking for information regarding the Bahwana Manasa, AIR 16, NEET 2020 topper can go through the article below to know the details about the preparation strategies and tips to prepare for NEET 2021.
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Careers360: Congratulations on your NEET result! What are your feelings on this achievement?
Manasa: Thank you, I’m very happy. I was already expecting in being top 20.
Careers360: What motivated you to choose medicine as a career? When did you decide to become a doctor?
Manasa: In Class 8, I have decided to become a doctor. Because by being a doctor, I can serve many people and save many lives. So, it motivated me a lot.
Careers360: Is this your first attempt? When did you start your preparations for the NEET exam? How did you go about it?
Manasa: Yes, I have just completed Class 12 and gave NEET 2020. In Class 11, I have started my NEET preparations. I followed my college time-table for studying which includes weekly exams and preparatory classes.
Careers360: How did you prepare for both your board exams and NEET?
Manasa: I live in Andra Pradesh so we have Class 11 and 12 separately, so there was not much pressure like CBSE.
Careers360: The lockdown was announced in March and things changed. How did you prepare for NEET 2020 during COVID-19? How did it affect your preparation? What was the most striking thing during this preparation?
Manasa: I didn’t let myself bothered from COVID-19 or anything which was happening in the country. I didn’t lose my focus on my preparations.
Careers360: What was your daily routine for NEET before lockdown and after? How much time did you devote to self-study because coaching can only teach you but you have to do the work?
Manasa: During college, it was more stressful, however, during the lockdown, I get to study from home which is relaxing. Our college Sri Chaitanya had online classes so I prepared through that. After my online classes, I have devoted 7 to 8 hours to seld preparation.
Careers360:: Which subject is your weak one and in which are you strong?
Manasa: I love physics most and biology is tough for me.
Careers360: How was the preparation different from the early days to just a month before the NEET exam?
Manasa: I completed my NEET syllabus early and devoted a month before the exam to revision.
Careers360: What was your exam day strategy?
Manasa: I didn’t think much about the exam day. Because I didn’t want to stress myself before the exam
Careers360: Which college is your dream college for studying medicine? What is your aspiration in the field of medicine and which specialization would you be interested in?
Mansa: I want to be a neurologist and want to get into AIIMS, New Delhi.
Careers360:: How did your family support you and motivate you during this stressful lockdown period? How did you de-stress during your preparation?
Manasa: My parents have a major role in my life. They have supported me not only in COVID-19 times but since, the beginning of my NEET preparations. I do meditation and spend time with my family.to avoid stress.
Careers360: What would you suggest to future NEET aspirants in terms of preparation, attitude etc?
Manasa: Students should not drown themselves in too many books. Whatever material you have for your preparations. Study it perfectly.
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Questions related to NEET
I have got 326 marks in Neet UG 2020, can I get admission in MBBS in central or state quota.
You know how competitve the exams have become, with a large number of students scoring very high score. With a score of 326, it is really difficult to get into mbbs. But there are high chances to get into, deemed universities for mbbs( the fee is pretty high in deemed universities).
You can use below link to learn more about the possibility of your colleges
Can i get BAMS seat in Rajiv Gandhi university of health sciences for my Neet score 394 .what will be the fees
There is high chances you get into Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences for BAMS. If you wish to apply at this college, kindly check their website for online applicaation. The tution fee is Rs 14580. You can predict the college using the link below
sir or mam i have uploaded rural qouta in neet and kcet by mistakely , now i do not have rural certificate what should i do ?
Now its too late for correction as you know both the exams has done and result is also declared. So, there is only one option left for you which is to apply for rural certificate asap and if u don't belong to rural area then write an emial to the official of Neet and Kcet.
I hope this helps!
I have got 161 marks in NEET can I get MBBS college in any state? category SC.
As per last years cutoff, your score is not enough to get a MBBS seat through all India quota and state quota. But you can get a seat in private colleges and deemed universities. You can use the college predictor tool to know about all possible colleges you might get based on your score.
542 SC category college 1 round me le lu ya last round tk acche college k liye wait Kru plzz suggest ??
As you might have an idea that this year cut off gone rise 30-40 marks above then previous year as topper Mark is itself 19 marks above then previous year. As per your marks and category you have very High chances that you will grab a government seat through the state quota counseling of Rajasthan. Last year lowest cut off for SC was for Government Medical College, Barmer- AIR 75029 (461 marks). as this year neet ranks are very high at good marks too. So you might will have pretty decent options too choose almost 5-6 colleges at your marks. As talking about upto which round you should go then from my opinion if you get a college in first round then go report their and go for upgradation in 2nd round. If u didn't get college of your choice in 2 nd round too then check if upgradation is available or not. Otherwise don't ever go in mopup round without having seat I mean if upgradation is not there then you should get admitted in 2nd round itself coz going for mop up without your seat locked is very risky.
You can check Last year cutoff for sc in rajasthan for different colleges from link below
You can use our college predictor tool and get probable list at which colleges you can have shot
Hope it was helpful and may help in deciding.
All the best