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With just around six months before the NEET exam commences, aspirants must be in a fix as to how to go about preparing for NEET. Fret not, as we have got you covered. This post will help you plan your course of action to excel at the country’s biggest and most challenging exams, the medical entrance exams. The competition is really tough as more than 15 lakh students appear for the exam every year for almost 83,075 MBBS , 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH, and 525 BVSc and AH seats including 1,899 AIIMS and 249 JIPMER seats available in the country. With such high stakes, one should give their best shot and leave no stone unturned for cracking NEET 2022 exam. If you are working on something that you really want to do then you do not need to be pushed, just the vision of pursuing MBBS and attaining the degree will drive you.

Ideal strategy to crack the NEET exam in remaining months.

Prepare a time table for the whole day. It can be according to what you have as your strengths and weaknesses. Stick to your time table. Many people will make one time table, but they won’t stick to it. But only that will help you achieve your goals. Modify the time table the way you want, according to your wishes. Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. It is the golden rule. But I had never been an early person, so 7:30 am was early for me.

Understanding NEET 2022 syllabus
Aspirants should be aware of the NEET syllabus. This is not the time to do something at the drop of a hat. Medical aspirants must divide each topic and understand the important topics and chapter-wise weightage of each topic. It is a known fact that candidates must be familiar with NCERT at the same time it will be useful to get acquainted with other Boards syllabi as the NEET syllabus is compiled after the review of various states’ syllabi and NCERT syllabus of Classes 11 and 12. List out the common topics and concentrate on the topics that are not covered in NCERT. Candidates can check here the topic-wise number of questions that came in the NEET question paper 2022 to know the important topics on which candidates should pay more attention.

Know the NEET Exam Pattern of 2022
Before starting to prepare for NEET 2022 in 6 months, it is expected of candidates to know the salient features of NEET exam pattern of 2022 like negative marking, section-wise distribution of questions, etc. 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer, therefore, candidates must be thorough with their topics and answer only those questions which they are certain about. Previously, NTA has made the changes in the NEET paper pattern and increased the number of questions to 200. The biology section carries more weightage as out of 200 questions, 100 will be from this section. Candidates can take a quick review of the NEET 2022 exam pattern to frame their strategy accordingly.

High-Quality Study Material
Selecting the right study material for NEET exam preparation is a little confusing. But, with the help of teachers and online expert assistance you can choose the right one. You can contact and coordinate with students who already appeared in the NEET exam and see which book they referred to. Also, go through the interviews of various candidates who appeared in the NEET Exam and try to get an idea about their preparation style. You should prepare study notes for NEET, solve previous year’s question papers and take mock tests to improve your speed and accuracy. You can these in PracBee Practice App.

Prepare Notes While Learning
This is one of the best ways to improvise memory skills. To know how to crack NEET, scribe minor point-by-point notes on a diary and then revise it later. Whatever notes it may be, always try to write it clearly. It will also help during your revision period. You can revise things very easily.

Attend mock test
Mock tests are simulations of real exams that can be used to practice exam patterns in a test-like situation. Attending a number of mock tests allows you to assess your performance while also strengthening your time management skills. A mock test will help you identify your weak points so you can work to improve them.

Solve previous year question paper
This is the most efficient and effective method for mastering the examination pattern as well as the syllabus. This allows you to cover every possible question that may be asked on the NEET exam. Previous year’s questions with adequate explanations can be found via PracBee App, and even the Internet is an excellent source for getting previous year’s question papers, but finding the proper explanation would be difficult.

Take Regular Breaks and Stay Positive
Regular breaks are necessary while studying, right? Well, studies show that taking breaks in your daily routine can positively affect your attention abilities. We are human beings, not machines, even machines require some rest to work efficiently.
So, taking breaks at regular time break between your study hours will keep you enthusiastic entire day and help you in concentrating on your studies. This break can be in the form of a 10-minute walk, listening to music or doing something which makes you happy.

Revise incorrectly attempted question- After each mock test, make a note of wrong answers and start working on the weak areas. Make sure that there are no recurring mistakes. This will increase the candidates’ proficiency in NEET.

The important chapters of each subject

Oscillations and Waves, Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics and Current Electricity.

Organic Chemistry (IUPAC nomenclature is a key type of question), Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Equilibrium, Biomolecules, Aldehydes Ketones Carboxylic Acids, Alcohol Phenol Ether and Chemical Kinetics.

The Living World, Biological Classification, Chemical Control and Integration, Principles of Inheritance And Variation, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Cell and Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants.

Wishing everyone best wishes for their NEET exam.

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Rechers Jaiswal
Rechers is a Doctor in making and is a 2nd year M.B.B.S. student at Dr Ram Manohar Medical College, Delhi.
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