NEET 2018 is getting closer with each passing day, and the alarm bells have already rung for the whole preparation process to pick up the pace. However, if you have not started yet, this is your final call to get going. All you have to do is a practical planning and dedicate yourself until the NEET 2018 is over. we will elucidate to you how to score in NEET 2018 with guaranteed success. Follow me through-
NEET 2018 will have three hours to attend 180 questions from Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
The Marks Allotment for the subjects is-
Subjects Questions Marks
Chemistry 45 180
Physics 45 180
Zoology 45 180
Botany 45 180
TOTAL 180 720
One mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer
To ensure you score well over 500 marks, it is essential to set your target around 600 and 650.
- The Conceptual learning works well in NEET. There is a broad difference between the patterns in academic exams and entrance exams. So rather than preparing and expecting for only certain questions that you know, clarify your concepts to prepare yourself for the unseen questions of any difficulty level. Afterwards, go for sample MCQs.
Physics– Practice numerical.
- Concepts of Physics, Vol. 1 & 2 by H.C. Verma is the best you can get
Chemistry– Being divided into physical, organic and inorganic, focus more on the numerical problems. Start with NCERT and move on to additional books-
- Organic chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J. D. Lee
- Objective Chemistry by Arihant
- Cover everything in NCERT
- Move on to solving last ten years question papers.
- -Make self-notes, especially for physics, in minimum words possible. Your performance in physics will play a prominent role in the college allotment process by NEET 2018.
-Revise the chemical reactions or better if you write them on a chart and stick it to your bedroom wall.
-For Biology, prepare notes from NCERT in your words.
-Eventually, go for online test papers to develop the required speed and time management skills.
Check & evaluate your mistakes and practice them more.
- Regular Breaks are significant. Our brain remains focused for only a little time, after which it simply wanders off. The smart way is to get out of your chair after every 30 minutes and relax for 5-6 minutes. This is an efficient and more productive way of studying.
- Meditation helps you in understanding and grasping the concept quickly. It concentrates your attention at a single thing by making your brain stronger than
Moreover, it helps you overcome the exam anxiety and nervousness in exam hall by keeping you calm & relaxed.
- Relax, close your eyes, feel and observe the air coming through your nostrils and going back out. Do it 10-15 minutes daily.
- Minimize your distractions like social media, TV, time-consuming games, chatting, attending multiple occasions, and going movies. You will love and enjoy them more after a successful NEET 2018.
- Take online help– some concepts are too difficult to understand only through books. To save time, you need an interactive presentation. Search online for the problematic concept, and you can get a rich
- Practice as much as you can once you are done with your syllabus. Search ‘practice for NEET’ on Google and you will get the best sites for the same.