How To Prepare For NEET In Last Minute

by Archana Rao D, March 16, 2020

This Year NEET or the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 will be conducted on May 3, 2020, by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH courses (except AIIMS & JIPMER) across India’s Medical/Dental Colleges which are operated under the approval of Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India. The registration procedure will commence on 2nd December 2019.

Once you have successfully qualified NEET Exam 2020, you can take part in the counselling process for all the courses that consider NEET score for admission. But you should be aware of all the useful details related to NEET 2020 like exam dates, registration, application form, eligibility criteria, syllabus, and much more. Here are a few steps that you should follow if you are willing to score high in the exam including revision, following the syllabus properly, maintaining a healthy diet, and sleeping on time.

  1. Do Not Waste Your Time on Something New

You might not be able to complete the entire NEET syllabus prior to the exam. In that case, you can pick the only important chapters among those untouched chapters and complete those before the final exam. But you should completely refrain yourself from starting an absolutely new chapter unless it is extremely important as instructed by many top-notch experts and teachers. 

  1. Revise Regularly

Revision is mandatory prior to the NEET examination as this helps you improve various factors such as increasing speed of solving questions with accuracy, time management etc. Your speed of solving answers with accuracy is one of the most important factors in any exam to score well. 

  1. Practise is Mandatory

Practise is a significant task for every NEET aspirant. If you complete your syllabus at least two-three months prior to your final exam, then you must practise the last year’s question papers, sample question papers as much as possible. This will help you secure a top rank in NEET exam. There are so many leading ed-tech companies like Vedantu which offers the best quality study materials to all the NEET aspirants such as previous year question papers, sample paper, NCERT Solutions etc. 

  1. Maintain a Healthy Diet

According to the experts, you should eat healthy food and maintain a balanced lifestyle if you want to score well in the NEET. You would not be able to appear in the exam if you are unwell. And, to keep yourself well, you should avoid junk foods, drink a lot of water, and exercise on a daily basis. If you want, you can take help of a professional nutritionist to prepare a healthy diet chart. You can also go to the gym which would help to complement your diet and keep you fit and completely healthy.

  1. Keep Some Time for Yourself

If you are going to secure a top rank in NEET exam, try to take care of yourself. You must put in a lot of hard work to score well. Meanwhile, you should keep some time for yourself so that you can relax and pursue your hobby in your free time. This is how your mind will be refreshed during the actual exam and you will be able to answer all the questions without any fear or anxiety.

  1. Avoid Exam Stress

Getting anxious before the exam is quite natural. But this could be your ultimate obstacle to solve questions in the exam hall and score high. Hence try to sleep well before the examination. This works as an excellent stress buster. So, eat well, take proper care of yourself, sleep for at least seven to eight hours. Besides your hectic exam preparation strategy, sleep is considered as a medicine to bid adieu all the exam-related anxiety and stress. 

  1. Keep All the Things Organized

You should always keep the important things organised which you need to carry to the exam hall such as NEET admit card, one postcard size photograph to affix on Performa, one passport size photograph to affix on the attendance sheet, and any photo ID proof (such as Aadhar, PAN, or driving license etc). Not only these, but you should also know about what you cannot carry in the exam hall (such as - calculator, pen, paper, any electronic gadget, some restriction on the clothes.).

How To Prepare For NEET In Last Minute