NEET 2020: Mistakes you must avoid on the exam day
NEET 2020: Mistakes you must avoid on the exam day: The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test- NEET is a gateway to the candidates who aim to pursue their graduation in medical and dental colleges. And since it is considered prestigious, the competition level will be at peak. With that being said, aspirants need to be more careful with not only the NEET preparations but also in order to avoid making mistakes while appearing for NEET 2020. However, there are a few common mistakes that candidates make due to pressure. As per expert and Senior Physics Lecturer, Prof. Ravindra Kumar Kondamudi, “Candidates do not recalculate their answers in order to make sure that it is a correct one and therefore lose valuable marks.” Experts from Sri Chaitanya, Career Point among other leading institutes also suggest that students should follow the guidelines to avoid mistakes on the NEET exam day.
The article discusses such mistakes and how candidates can avoid them in order to score well in the NEET entrance exam. Interested aspirants can keep reading the article on mistakes you must avoid on the exam day for NEET 2020.
Mistakes to avoid on NEET 2020 exam day- Not reading the question carefully
This is the most common mistake by the aspirants which they make at the beginning of the exam. Every question and even the instructions should be read with full attention. This seems something that can be ignored, however, it can create a blunder in the exam. Aspirants must beware of the negative marking, right steps to fill the OMR sheet as well as the other basic rules for the examination mentioned in the instructions.
"Many aspirants do not read the paper or the question well and that is where they lack. Candidates should always keep in mind to read the question properly before starting solving it." said Prof. Ravindra Kumar Kondamudi, NEET lecturer from Sri Chaitanya.
Mistakes to avoid on NEET 2020 exam day- Incompetent Time Management
While preparing for the exam, most of the aspirants forget to practice the time management that needs to be followed in the NEET 2020 exam. That is where they lose track and cannot finish the exam on time. Aspirants should set a time limit for Physics, Chemistry and Biology each. and try to stick to those limits, that way they can also improve their speed to answer questions without getting panicked.
Mistakes to avoid on NEET 2020 exam day- Rushing Towards The Answer
Many aspirants try to complete the NEET paper quickly, therefore, rush towards finding the answers, as a result, lapse in the exam. The lack of accuracy in the answer can make aspirants score extremely low in the exam. Aspirants need to answer every question with a calm mind, maintaining the time limit.
Mistakes to avoid on NEET 2020 exam day- Not Recalculating The Answers
Candidates are required to make sure that they re-evaluate the answers, either at the end of the exam or right after they attempt the question. Either way, candidates also keep in mind the time management. Sometimes, what we calculate in a rush might be incorrect, therefore in order to maintain the accuracy, it is important to re-check what you have answered.
Mistakes to avoid on NEET 2020 exam day- Being Over Confident
This may lead the candidates to a risky situation and interlinked to the points that we have mentioned above. By being overconfident, there are chances that aspirants may not read the instructions, do not check the answer properly, and over-estimate his or her speed of answering the question. Just remember that overconfidence will lead to losing more marks Candidates should have faith in their hard work and effort.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2020: Mistakes you must avoid on the exam day
Question: Can I carry a calculator in the NEET 2020 examination hall?
No, aspirants are not allowed to carry anything other than their NEET 2020 admit card.
Question: What is the negative marking in NEET 2020 exam?
For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deduced from a candidate’s total score.
Question: Are NCERT books helpful for NEET 2020?
Yes, NCERT books are known to be the best NEET study material.
Question: On which basis will the NEET 2020 syllabus be prepared?
The syllabus for NEET 2020 will be prepared on the basis of the syllabus Class 11 and 12.
Question: How can I improve my speed for the NEET 2020 exam?
Practice more mock tests in order to improve the speed for the entrance exam.
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my passport photograph does not have name and date on it and it is also different from postcard size photograph.Should i change passport photograph with one having date and name and similar to postcard one in neet ug2020????
Yes, you should re-upload your passport photograph clearly stating date when picture is clicked and your name. You should follow following guidelines when uploading your photograph:
- The size of Passport size Photograph should be 10 kb to 200 kb
- Photograph should be taken on or after 1st September 2019
- Photograph must cover 80% of your face.
- Spectacles are allowed only if being used regularly.
- Photograph should not be with cap or goggles.
Also, Same Passport size and Post Card size photographs are to be used for uploading with Online Application Form and for pasting on Attendance Sheet at the Examination Centre/Counselling/Admission.
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If,I failed in physics,does betterment in physics accepted in neet
First of all, in neet there is criteria of percentile nowadays. So no one can be judged on behalf of fail or pass. Now come to part of physics, so being a medical aspirant you should have good grip over physics in order to improve your rank. This will help you alot to get good rank. I suggest you should not avoid it.
I have once made correction in photos for neet 2020. but I scanned postcard photo (hard copy ) and resize it to upload it for passport photo .do I need to change passport photo ? pls tell
Mrunal, you haven't mentioned when you made these changes and if NTA has notified about regarding making the changes to the Passport Photograph. Your Photograph should be atleast between a size of 10kb and 200kb with JPG format and 2.5*3.5 inches with 72 DPI. Now your face should also be 80% clear and ears should be visible. If this holds the case with your uploaded Photograph, then you are fine and you needn't upload another Passport size photo. But if you feel that the photograph is not clear, then we would suggest you to make the changes. And the last date for making corrections to the NEET application form is July 15th and so you may have to hurry. If you are changing the Passport Photograph, make sure to take the print out of the confirmation page for your future reference. 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 2 more months to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity.
what is syllabus for JEE & NEET if I am studying along with Maharashtra HSC board? Suggest books? Are NCERT, Maharashtra (revised syllabus) books sufficient?
the syllabus of JEE mains are as follows
for mathematics - sets, relations and functions , complex numbers and quadratic equations , matrices and determinants, permutations and combination , mathematical induction , binomial theorem and its simple applications, sequences and series, limit continuity and differentiability , integral calculus , differential equations, coordinate geometry, three dimensional geometry , vector algebra , statistics and probability , trigonometry , mathematical reasoning
for physics - physics and measurement ,kinematics, laws of motion , work, energy and power , rotational motion , gravitation , properties of solids and liquids , thermodynamics , kinetics theory of gases , oscillations and waves , electrostatics , current electricity , magnetic effects of current and magnetism , electromagnetic induction and alternating currents , electromagnetics waves , optics, dual nature of matter and radiation , atoms and nuclei , electronic devices ,communication systems
for chemistry - some basic concepts in chemistry , states of matter , atomic structure , chemical bonding and molecular structure , chemical thermodynamics, solutions , equilibrium , redox reaction and electrochemistry , chemical kinetics, surface chemistry , classification of elements and periodicity in properties ,general principles and processes of isolation of metals , hydrogen , S- Block elements , P Block elements , D and F block elements , coordination compounds ,environmental chemistry , purification characterisation of organic compounds , some basic principle of organic chemistry , hydrocarbons , organic compounds containing halogens, organic compounds containing oxygen ,alcohols ,phenols and ethers ,carboxylic acids, organic compounds containing nitrogen , polymers , biomolecule, chemistry in every day life , principle related to practical chemistry , chemical principles involved in the following experiments
for more detailed syllabus refer to the link
for jee mains books https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/best-books-for-jee-main
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sir i can give neet with b pharmacy
Yes you are eligible for giving Neet examination even if you are doing B Pharma provided
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
Also, there's no upper limit for neet examination, so you don't need to worry about your age also
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