NEET 2021 preparation tips for droppers
NEET 2021 preparation tips for droppers - “If you can dream it, you can do it.” a quote by Walt Disney. Keeping that in mind every aspirant has to work until they get the desired result. Every year lakhs of students appear for the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) to get admission to under-graduate medical seats in India. Due to the ratio of available seats for medical admission through NEET and students applied for it, it is not mandatory that every aspirant will qualify for the exam. There are chances where aspirants secure the NEET cutoff 2021 but not get a good rank, dropping one more year for NEET preparation is the only path they see.
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However, by working on what left in the previous session of NEET, aspirants can prepare well and droppers can ace the exam with ease. The preparation strategies of NEET 2021 for droppers will be almost different from the ones who are attempting it for the first time. As a dropper, aspirants should take advantage of the fact that they will have a better idea than most aspirants about their strengths and weaknesses. By thinking of their dream to become a doctor and following the tips and strategies during the preparation of NEET 2021, droppers can get a better result. Aspirants seeking NEET 2021 preparation tips for droppers can go through the article below to know more details about it.
NEET preparation tips for droppers
Every aspirant who is a dropper or has attempted for NEET previously should be passionate about the goal during the entire journey of NEET 2021 preparation. As motivation and dedication for NEET 2021 is a must, to crack the exam and get admission. The kind of pressure on a dropper for NEET is unimaginable but the positive attitude will a lot to move further. Aspirants can go through the strategies which a dropper can go through to get a better NEET result 2021.
Analyze what went wrong?
“Analysis is the art of creation through destruction.” a saying by P.S. Baber. The first and primary NEET 2021 preparation tips for droppers is to analyze what went wrong last time. Make a proper note out of it and work on what went wrong. Aspirants must note that their best teacher is their last mistake. Try to learn from the mistakes without wasting the precious time of NEET preparation on thinking about the last attempt which went wrong.
While the analysis, aspirants should be honest with themselves because they only know their weakness and strength other than anyone. Having a proper list of what went wrong during the last NEET attempt. Try to overcome that one by one and during NEET 2021 preparation, droppers should keep one thing in mind that they don’t leave any stone unturned.
Fix up a target for NEET 2021
Aspirants can't hit a target if they don't know what it is? Fixing up a target during NEET 2021 preparation for droppers means they have to aim for the desired score of what they want to get and work accordingly. Always aim for a high during the preparation of NEET, as aiming high will boost aspirants to do the hard work. With regular practice and proper preparation, aspirants can achieve any target score of NEET 2021. While fixing up a target NEET 2021 scores, a dropper can analyze the cutoffs of their dream medical colleges, in which they want to get admission.
Prepare for NEET 2021 with new strategies
As the droppers are familiar with the NEET syllabus and pattern of the exam, they have to prepare themselves with new strategies. After setting a target score, as aforementioned for themselves, aspirants have to devote half of the day to studying for NEET 2021. This will help them to formulate a strategy and study smartly. Below are some of the strategies which aspirants can use for NEET 2021 preparation. However, aspirants must note that they have to prepare as per their comfort level because every aspirant has their own way of studying.
Begin with Biology and one other subject simultaneously.
Start studying your strongest topics with the most weightage. This way you will cover more topics in less time.
Read NCERT thoroughly for NEET 2021. Underline the important facts with a highlighter and make notes simultaneously.
After completing NCERT, start reading extra study material available in the form of books, and preparation websites. Also, make notes from these books.
For Biology, try to understand diagrams by heart to understand a topic. Pictures help you retain the information in an effective manner. Diagrams are an important factor for NEET preparation.
For Physics, solve the maximum number of questions possible. Also, create a chapter-wise sheet that comprises all formulas and laws discussed in the chapter.
For Chemistry, learn diagrams and chemical equations by heart. After completing every chapter, create a sheet for chemical equations and formulas to be used in solving the questions.
Practice problems as much you can!
Aspirants are advised to practice the NEET 2021 problems regularly. By practicing the previous year’s questions of NEET, aspirants can easily know the level of questions and structure of the exam. Practice makes aspirants not just perfect but also makes it permanent. So, the more aspirants practice the better they can perform on NEET 2021 exam day.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” a quote by Aristotle. So, practicing NEET 2021 questions problems regularly will be an effective way of NEET preparation. Attempting the paper and analyzing it with full honesty will give students exposure to questions of varying difficulty levels and in topics, they are lacking behind. The NEET droppers can work on it and strengthen their weaknesses.
Candidates can use the below-mentioned points and solve past year question papers.
To download NEET previous year questions papers PDF for free: Click here
Avoid any kind of negativity during NEET preparations!
The biggest challenge for NEET 2021 is to remain positive and focused on their preparation. The drop year may give birth to unnecessary comparisons with friends and relatives. Never compare with others. Aspirants especially the droppers of NEET 2021 are advised to avoid any kind of negativity as they are the greatest destroyers of self-confidence and self-esteem. Try to surrounded by the people who bring out the best during this crucial NEET 2021 preparation. Try to get some constructive suggestions and utilize them as revision strategies during the NEET preparation.
Have a balanced diet
Take a proper rest
Spend family time to stay positive
Health need not be neglected!
In the anxiety and pressure to crack the NEET 2021, the most primary concern but always neglected by aspirants is health. Aspirants want to give as much they can by not caring about their health which might create problems. Candidates should aware of the fact that without mentally fit or healthy they cant attempt the questions which are known to them and can be easily solved. So, without considering health as a primary concern. Aspirants are advised to take care of their health during. Parents can also help their children during the NEET preparation by taking care of their health.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2021 preparation tips for droppers
Question: How many hours should a dropper study for NEET?
Aspirants are advised not to do quantitative preparation but focus on qualitative NEET preparation.
Question: Is the NEET 2021 tough?
The difficulty level of the NEET exam can’t be speculated but by seeing the past year trends the question paper is of standard difficulty level.
Question: Do or die chapters for NEET 2021?
Do or die chapters for NEET 2021 can be checked from the link.
Question: Has any dropper topped NEET?
Yes, many toppers of NEET have attempted the medical entrance test more than one time
Question: Can I crack NEET with self study?
Yes with proper self-study during NEET 2021 preparation, aspirants can ace the exam.
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Questions related to NEET
my neet ug 2021 score is 500 can I get jhalawar medical college I am from Rajasthan ews catogry
I am sorry to inform you that there are almost negligible chances of getting into Jhalawar Medical College, Jhalawar even under the state quota and your category reservation. I am writing below the 2020 cut offs for the same:
- Government Quota: Rank- 9265 Score- 627
- Management Quota: Rank- 16981 Score- 606
You can however try in Mahatma Gandhi Medical College, Jaipur as its cut off for your category under the state quota was 405 marks. You can also apply in private medical colleges if you wish to. If you find yourself interested, you can go for Bachelor in Dental Studies (BDS), Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS), Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery also.
In the meantime, please check out the links given below for a trustworthy prediction of your rank and colleges:
381 marks neet .sc category.any gov medical college in up for mbbs?
It's quite difficult to predict because cut off depends upon various factors like
------------) number of students that appeared in the neet exam,
------------) kind of marks obtained by them ,
------------) toughness level of the neet examination
------------) number of seats available etc
When we go through previous data then
>>>> With 381 marks,
You hold a low chance for an mbbs seat in a Government Medical College
in neet 2020, 457 marks for sc category was the cut off marks to get a seat in Govt. Medical College under UP state quota and it was for Autonomous State Medical College and Associated Teaching Hospital, Bahraich
You can check the same at
You have chances for mbbs in private medical college under UP state quota which are listed below :-
Varun Arjun Medical College, Shahjahanpur
Venkateshwara Institute of Medical Sciences, Gajraula
Saraswati Medical College, Unnao
And a few more
Above prediction is on the basis of past year data but cutoff keeps changing every year depending upon many factors as mentioned earlier, so to have a clear picture of the colleges in which you have chances and
to get the complete list of colleges in which you have chances, you can go through our college predictor at
It gives you a personalized report with top college in which you have chances for admission , with the help of predicted colleges you can make better choice while filling your choices of colleges during your counselling
To help in your counselling, we have mbbs companion in which in addition to college predictor tool you also get information regarding various counselling i. e all india , deemed, central and state counselling and you get to attend live webinars with experts to guide you and get all your doubts cleared. The link is given below:-
If Im a SC category student, and if I get 500+ marks in neet will I get govt seat in Mysore medical college? And if I get govt seat, then what is the fee structure?
As you are a SC category student, if you get 500+ marks in NEET entrance exam, according to previous year cut-off of Mysore Medical College there is a high chance of getting a government quota seats.
As the rank, and seats varies every year it is tough to predict anything but your probability is very high.
You can check previous year cut-offs of the region from the link given below,
As per reports, the total fees for MBBS course for a year in Mysore Medical College is approximately
Rs. 60,000 - 65,000.
To know your best admission possibilities for MBBS, BDS & also for Ayush programme you can use NEET UG college predictor tool given below.
Hope it helps you..
Best of luck..
Sir/Madam, my NEET marks 276 with obc and 3B ,Kannada medium girl student, so I can get BAMS seat at semi Government, please give college list
hope you are doing well and safe. With reference to your query, I would glad inform you that at yours marks you hols very low chances of getting seat in colleges for admission . I would strongly recommend you to start preparing for next attempt and score atleast 350 marks to get seat in colleges . Following is the link of our college predicting tool:-
Hope you found this answer informative. Best wishes for your future
I want to prepare for CLAT along with neet. what can I do to prepare for CLAT with limited time available
Here is the overview of plan on how you can manage time for clat preparation section wise:
- General Knowledge and current affairs are subjects which the candidate must do self-study as there is nothing conceptual that requires a guide or a teacher. So give it atleast half an hour per day.
- Logical Reasoning can seem to be tricky, but if you put your mind to it you can decipher it without much effort. It is all about using some common sense and logic, but you will need lots of practice to master the section. The logical section would include questions on blood relations, analogies, syllogism, and logical sequences. So make sure you have good materials to prepare for it and try to complete or practice a topic per day rather than going for time.
- To prepare for questions in this section, one should pick up quantitative aptitude questions for practice. Questions in this section will be from a variety of topics like Number systems, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Statistics, and Probability. Give minimum an hour for mathematics.
- The legal aptitude section is an important section in CLAT 2021. The section would consist of two parts: Legal Reasoning and Legal Knowledge. To answer questions from the Legal Reasoning section, one must be able to carefully read and understand what it is asking before proceeding to answer it. For the Legal Knowledge section, the candidate must be aware of the Legal Maxims to accurately use relevant legal terminologies. So you can give flexible time to it but make sure you're constantly practice questions.
- For English make sure your vocabulary is strong and try the previous year questions sets per week. Daily read newspapers and add new words with their meaning, synonyms , antonyms to your dictionary.
Hope it helps!!