Preparing for NEET 2020 in the last month was never this easy
Preparing for NEET 2020 in the last month was never this easy - Aspirants round the globe are left with only one month for their NEET preparations. This is a very crucial phase where nobody had thought that preparing for NEET in the last month would be so easy. This is because of multiple reasons like delay in the conduction of the exam, nationwide lockdown, National Testing Abhyas app, online classes, etc. Details on these aids for preparations of NEET 2020 have been provided in the article that follows. Candidates should go through the article below titled ‘Preparation for NEET 2020 in the last month was never this easy’ to know about all the help they can take from various sources and how they can use the time in hand.
NEET 2020 is scheduled to be conducted on July 26, 2020 in pen paper based mode. The exam date of NEET has seen many delays caused due to the global pandemic. However, now since the date has been officially announced candidates must focus on their preparations only, keeping aside all other worries and works.
Easy preparation for NEET 2020 in one month - Extension in exam date
Medical aspirants have seen multiple extensions in the exam date due to nationwide lockdown. Earlier, NEET was always held on the first Sunday of May, following that pattern this year the exam was scheduled to be conducted on May 3, 2020. However, first it got postponed to unannounced dates several times, then May last week, then finally it was announced that the exam will be conducted on July 26, 2020. This means that the candidates have got more than 2 and a half months extra for their NEET 2020 preparations. Also, since the authorities have clearly mentioned that there will be no change in the pattern or difficulty level of NEET question paper, candidates, this year, have surely got more time than ever to prepare for the examination.
Preparation for NEET in the last month is easy because of National Testing Abhyas app
On May 13, 2020, NTA launched the National Testing Abhyas app for NEET and JEE aspirants. On this app one entire test paper of NEET and JEE is available on a daily basis. The authorities have encouraged candidates to take these tests and evaluate their performances, strengths and weaknesses on the basis of the test. This app has been helping candidates tremendously as it has some special features as mentioned below:
Section wise time taken by candidates is displayed at the end of the examination
Then by clicking on the tab of total and subject-wise scores they can analyse their performance
Candidates will receive correct answers with explanations
NEET 2020 preparation in last month - Lockdown
Lockdown has proven to be a boon, if not for all candidates, definitely for many. This being said, the reason is candidates have undoubtedly got more time than any other year for their preparations. This leaves them with no excuses stating lack of time to prepare for NEET in one month. The authorities are also making every possible effort to provide the candidates with the best of study materials.
How to prepare for NEET 2020 in one month - Tips to crack the exam
Candidates should go through the points that follow for tips and tricks to prepare for NEET in one month.
1. Preparation strategy - A proper preparation strategy is what candidates need to prepare well for NEET 2020 in the last month. Candidates must keep their next step planned previously and be prepared for everything
2. Study routine - For preparing strategy the prerequisite is study routine. Candidates must make a study routine and follow the same diligently.
3. Marathon revisions - Candidates must give importance to marathon revisions where they simultaneously keep on covering the chapters they have already dealt with. Such revisions help candidates analyse their memory of the topics
4. Practicing tests - Solving mock test, previous year NEET question papers and sample papers, test available on NEET Abhyas app help candidates get a better idea of the exam pattern and they learn how to answer on the day of examination
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Preparing for NEET 2020 in the last month was never this easy
Question: When will NTA conduct NEET 2020?
The National Testing Agency will conduct NEET 2020 in pen paper based mode on July 26, 2020.
Question: When will the authorities release NEET admit cards?
NEET 2020 admit card will be released on July 11, 2020 as announced by the authorities.
Question: What should I do to prepare for NEET in 1 month?
NEET preparations in the last month were never this easy, candidates just need to make preparation strategy, study routine, do marathon revisions and practice tests.
Question: Is it helpful to prepare for NEET through online coachings?
Online and offline coaching of NEET have their own advantages and disadvantages. To get the most benefit from these candidates should choose them wisely.
Question: Can I prepare for NEET 2020 in one month?
If you have not started with the preparations then definitely it is a tough task for you. However, if you are halfway through then you can definitely prepare for NEET 2020 in one month.
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Questions related to NEET
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
all the best !
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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