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In this blog, we are mentioning some last-minute tips that you can follow to perform better in NEET 2022. Following them religiously and planning your time accordingly can bring good results. The very thing to remember is not to panic at any point of your preparation. You have done a lot of hard work till now. Now is the time for action. Have faith in yourself and you will do amazingly great.

Be familiar with the upcoming syllabus. This will not only keep you up to date with the syllabus but can save you from extra hard work. Maybe the topics that you find hard enough to comprehend are not a part of the syllabus for this year anymore. 

Attempt Biology first. Biology has additional syllabus weightage. Aspirants should go with the biology syllabus first and then they can move to the rest of the syllabus for revision. Keep in mind the exam pattern very diligently and revise accordingly with a positive mindset. Allocate the different time slots for all subjects, beginning with the biology high-weightage topics and the others that need to be revised deeply again and again.

Working a little extra on the weak spots leaves one of the biggest effects on the overall result. No candidate can revise the whole syllabus including the study material and study notes in one go regularly. Candidates should focus more on their weak subjects, areas, and stuff they don’t know yet. Try to solve the previous year’s papers and sample papers to know your soft areas and then give those weak spots some extra hours of the day. Students generally leave the parts they are weak in. Try to focus more on these parts and you will be different from the crowd.

Try to create a strict hourly timetable covering all subjects, around 2 hours per subject and extra 3 hours for attempting mock tests. If this time commitment doesn’t suit you then you can split the hour as per your choice, but giving 2-3 at least to the particular subject is a minor must. As very less time is left now, this is the time to give your 100%. No excuses, just hard work. 

Choose a quiet area to study. It can be your study room or bedroom as well. Try to choose a more focused area that is free from any kind of distractions. Turn off your Wi-Fi and other equipment that you think can distract you from your studies. It will not only keep you focused but will also give you extra productive minutes. 

Give your best in this remaining time and it will make a difference later.

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Gaurav Prakash
B Tech IIT Delhi, Founder - PracBee. IIT and NEET Physics author and faculty for 12 years
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