HOW TO WALK PREPARED IN THE NEET ENTRANCE EXAM HALL WITH 6 MONTH?
CANDIDATES CAN DIVIDE THE TIME FOR EACH SECTION AND SET A GOAL FOR EACH DAY. THE STUDY TIMETABLE TO PREPARE FOR NEET IN 6 MONTHS.
January 21, 2020
Ravi Ranjan Kumar(Founder at CodexFly Technology)
NEET 2020 exam is in six months, and all the medical aspirants are increasingly getting worried about how to prepare for the exam. Well, if you are one of them, then you have landed on the right page because with every line you will complete reading and reach the end of this article, you would have gained access to the best action plan for India's most significant competitive exam, NEET.
Even though it is only six months left for the exam, we urge you to stay confident because it's still not late to start preparing. However, for this given time frame, you must choose the smart way of preparation. Undoubtedly, the competition for the 2020 NEET exam is going to be tough as more than 16-17 lakh students are expected to appear in the exam.
Now, to clear or crack the exam, a competitive spirit is what you need. In your preparations, the fire to be a doctor must be reflected. If your mindset is clear to what you wish to achieve, you have already won the battle, and all that remains is the execution.
GRAB THE NEET SYLLABUS BY ITS NECK
Before entering the fight, it is always important to comprehend well about the opponent. The same goes for the NEET exam. So, before you start with your preparations, you need to know the syllabus. Break down the entire course and get into each topic in detail. Refer to the previous year's NEET question paper to get hold of the exam. Don't miss the chapter-wise weightage. Although the entire course is based on the class 11th and 12th syllabus, ergo, you must figure out the topics that aren't covered in NCERT.
FIND THE BEST HELP BOOKS TO PREPARE FOR NEET 2020
Just mere studying won't take you anywhere, but the right study material could undoubtedly help you achieve success. Apart from the mandatory NCERT books, choosing other help books is a necessary thing to do while starting to prepare.
For NEET physics numerical, you must pick the books that are recommended for engineering entrance exams. To attain the best preparation for Bio, approaching different competitive books is always considered the best as it helps you cover all types of questions.
CHECK OUT SOME OF THE BOOKS THAT YOU SHOULD PICK WHILE PREPARING DURING YOUR SIX MONTHS NEET PREPARATION -
1. Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker
2. Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma
3. Objective Physics by DC Pandey
4. Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
5. Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
6. Complete NEET Guide Physics
1. Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
2. ABC of chemistry for class 11 & 12 – Modern
3. Concise inorganic chemistry by JD Lee
4. Practice books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Aswathi (Physical)
5. Dinesh Chemistry Guide
1. Objective Biology by Dinesh
2. Objective Botany by Ansari
3. Biology Vol 1 & 2 by Trueman
4. GR Bathla Publications for Biology
5. Pradeep guide on Biology
6. Design An Efficient Study Timetable
FOLLOW THE SCHEDULE WITHOUT FAILING
A study schedule that has feasible goals must be taken right away. As you progress and start achieving those goals, confidence is what comes first that prepares you to gear up for the next day. Follow these tips to help yourself for the same -
a) Instead of mugging up, always gove your brain some time to comprehend the topics that you have just gone through.
b) Make it a habit that you will cover at least four topics in a day. Do the same by dividing the syllabus into small chunks.
c) At the end of the day, once you have completed learning the concepts, take a few mock tests, or solve some questions from last year's paper.
d) Never forget to revise. You can even keep a separate notebook, which might come handy during the last few days.
e) Never forget to take breaks - you may choose to go for a walk or indulge yourself in a favorite sport or even watch an episode of your favorite TV series.
In the endnotes, it is better to quote the fact that you never mess up with your health because it might ruin your six months preparation of the NEET exam. And that's the last thing you would want!