Tip 1: Prepare a proper study plan
- Make sure before starting with the preparation, a proper time table is planned.
- The time table is practical wherein, equal time is set for each section.
- Make proper topic wise shorthand notes for revising.
- Focus on marks obtaining topics.
Tip 2: Analyze the syllabus carefully
- It is important for the candidates to check the syllabus properly.
- The syllabus states the important chapters and topics of the exam.
- It should be observed cautiously with a hawk eye.
Tip 3: Pick the best study material
- There are ample books available for the test.
- It is your duty to pick and select good and trustworthy study material wherein, the concepts are clearly stated and you find the language of the book/material easy to understand.
Tip 4: Practice Mock Test and sample paper
- Practising the mock test is beneficial as it enlists the pattern of how the exam is conducted.
- Also, search the sample papers and make the most of the practice from them.
Tip 5: Watch YouTube Video Tutorials
- If any concept is not understood properly go to YouTube and watch those concept videos.
- Make sure you select that video which has concepts clearly stated in them.
Tip 6: Understand the Concepts
- Rather than mugging up the concepts, it is important to understand the concepts.
- Always try to understand the logic behind some problem or equation.
Tip 7: Focus on Health too
- As it is said, that “health is wealth” so make sure your health is not neglected at the time of preparation.
- Get proper sleep, physical workouts, get the proper food and take enough breaks in between.
Tip 8: Convert your weaknesses into strengths
- Seek the help of a teacher or a mentor or any who is expert in that particular topic.
- Usually, the problem lies in grasping the concepts.
- Continuous practice is the major key.
Tip 9: Revision
- Continuous revision is the key to your success.
- Make sure you revise the earlier studied concepts as well as new concepts time and again till the day of examination.
Along with this, I am sharing some predictions regarding the module and level of NEET 2020 exam.
- Chances of very high competition, as it is known that AIIMS and JIPMER are included in NEET.
- Strictly NCERT based.
- Assertion-Reason questions of the AIIMS level type.
- General Science type questions ( e.g. who conducted the world`s first heart transplant surgery ).
- Biometric systems may be introduced.