NEET 2018: 10 Ways to Effectively Utilise the Remaining 60 Days

All of us know becoming a doctor is not a walk in the park, rather before you even start thinking about which medical college you want to go to, you will have to crack NEET. Students must be all geared up for the upcoming NEET 2018 exam as only 60 days are in their hands to wrap up their preparations. Stressing over final revisions, touch-up of the daily study schedule and having fear of forgetting all what was studied must be a common scenario faced by many NEET aspirants. It is very natural for students to undergo such anxiety as this entrance exam is the gateway to seek a seat in top medical colleges of India.

NEET 2018 is scheduled on May 06, therefore, students should now follow a unique preparation strategy for the remaining days. We are highlighting 10 ways through which medical aspirants can get maximum benefit in two months for scoring well in the NEET exam.

Do not confine your preparation to NCERT syllabus

Make sure that you cover every topic of different subjects from various reference books along with NCERT. Do not limit your preparation to NCERT syllabus only. No doubt, NCERT forms the foundation of your NEET preparation but deep knowledge will come from various study sources. Take suggestions from teachers, seniors or internet as to which other books to refer.

Prepare a plan with well-sketched long-term and short-term goals

Come up with a time table with topics that you need to complete on a weekly and monthly basis. Along with regular studies inculcate in your time table number of practice tests for different sub-topics and subjects on a fortnightly or monthly basis.

Set your own targets

You are the best judge of your abilities therefore set a syllabus completion and score achievement targets for yourself. Being self-motivated is extremely important to reach your goals within a stipulated time period.

Make notes of important formulae

Make a practice to note down critical formulae which you come across as you go through any topic. Once you complete the entire topic, make sure to attach them to a separate file so that you can refer it for revision in future.

Give equal importance to health

Having a good sleep before the exam is very important because if the brain feels dizzy then it won’t work properly. Usually students have a habit of studying throughout the night while preparing for NEET exam which could take a toll on once health. Keep fit and healthy so that you go for the final exam in good health.

Take as many mock tests as possible

This is the time to practice mock tests for better grades in the exam as by now you must have completed most of the syllabus. Taking NEET mock tests can help you practice more, improve your speed and helps in giving better performance.

Place topic in order of importance

There are many important topics which need special attention for NEET 2018. You can prioritize them based on your interest and timings but keep in mind not to ignore any topic.

Work on weaker areas

Every student has few weak point and few strong points in the syllabus. There is no need to be de motivated if you find that there are few weaker areas in the syllabus. You can cover up such weaker areas by writing mock tests on them and work hard on those topics.

Be in sync with new technologies

Gone are the days when people believed reading textbooks and making notes with a pen on a paper is the best way to study. With up gradation in technology there are options to personalize studies as per your comfort. Be it through educational apps, websites or blogs, learning was never as easy and interesting as it is now.

Have a positive attitude

Your attitude will have a direct impact on the results. Do not have a negative approach and keep believing that you can score well, this will help you score well in the exam. Positive thinking always helps.

We hope that the above points help you in making a mark in the NEET 2018 exam and you get a college of your choice. Do keep in mind that if you are aiming for admission in AIIMS for undergraduate medical programme then you will have to appear for AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance exam as this is the only exam for admission to the AIIMS.




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