“It is essential to ensure that your preparations are headed in the right direction if you wish to crack NEET 2017 paper.”
Aspirants to pursue medical is just one step away to achieve their goals. When it comes to becoming doctor in India, the first hurdle to accomplish is the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination). NEET exam, conducted by Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made a lot of changes this year and the question of clearing the paper has become more difficult.
NEET examination not only requires hardwork but also requires proper planning. It is essential to ensure that your planning is in right direction if you wish to crack NEET Exam.
We have listed some common mistakes you should avoid while preparing for NEET 2017
Not taking enough tests: Try to give mock tests as possible. It helps you to understand the weak areas, importance of time management, the kind of questions, and also help in boosting your confidence.
Not following time table:
You must follow your time table while preparing NEET. A good time table helps you leap through the preparation and helps in relaxing mind set on the days prior to and during the exam. Strictly following time tables will help you get through the revision of the syllabus quickly and evade any last minute panic and anxiety for not knowing or not having the time to revise everything.
Don’t ignore NCERT:
Reference books and study materials are helpful. They are advised, but when it is about the entrance exams like NEET and JEE, there is no way you can ignore the NCERT books. These should be first priority. Try practicing with them and revise through the concepts and theories. The JEE Main 2017, also saw a number of questions from the NCERT books.
Don’t use too many reference books:
Using too many of reference books can mix up your concepts and generate confusion. If you have covered your NCERT books and further looking for reference books, try to use one or two books.
Don’t ignore a subject:
When it comes to preparing for an examination like JEE or NEET, many candidates feel that they can safely avoid studying one subject if they can prepare all other subject to the best extent— which commonly happens. They ignore it! It results in the performance and reduces the chances of answering simple questions. You should try to revise all the subjects, especially during the revision phase.
With these useful tips in your kitty, pull up your socks and take the final preparation plunge for NEET 2017.
CollegeScan wishes you all the best!