Revision Strategy for NEET 2020

by Amaresh Venkatapur, August 28, 2020

National testing agency i.e NTA conducts the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test in the last week of May every year,  but this year it's in the month of September. As we all know NEET entrance exam is compulsory for getting admission to medical undergraduate batch. It's a tough competition to compete for medical colleges, as there are more than 16.84 lakh students appearing in this exam and there are around 1.63 lakh seats including all medical UG courses like MBBS/BDS/AYUSH/BVSc and AH. so by this probability you can imagine the extent of competition. Everyone is giving their best to get into the best medical college and for this, you need a unique studying strategy to get top ranks among these. 

Only one month is left for the NEET exam and each competitor is losing their sleep in tension over how to remember all concepts, theories, and formulae for the needed syllabus. They are struggling hard to get into top colleges, but at a certain point, there is a fear of how to revise all concepts within a month. Students leave all their habits like chilling out with friends, chatting on social networking sites and many more just to score top rank in the NEET exam, as one prestigious college makes their life worthwhile. The very first step towards this success is to fill the form when you fill your form, you have a mixed feeling of enthusiasm, fear, and nervousness as this is the exam for which you have been dreaming since childhood. 

As the Countdown to NEET 2020 has Begun, here We Present a List of Things to do a Month before NEET: 

Read, Revise, Repeat

Your whole preparation is waste without a revision strategy as your all topics need to be revised again and again till your concept becomes strong and this revision strategy will help you in memorizing your weaker topics. All your concepts and formulae need to be on your tongue as this is only possible if you keep on revising your concepts again and again. You should do a revision of your important notes at least twice or thrice a month, this will help you in getting top rank in NEET exam.  

Solving Test Sets

Solving a test set once or twice a month will really help you in scoring good rank along with good marks.  The more you practice, the more you get accuracy in solving questions. Practicing more and more questions is the major step towards NEET preparation. You should keep giving mock tests once a week to increase efficiency towards questions, more you practice more the variation of questions you will go through. Solve previous year question papers from this you will come to know the variation of questions coming in the NEET exam. 

Keep Patience and Focus

One who believes in themself always sees positive output in them. As hard work never goes waste, if you are giving your 100% you will get that in return, so start giving your best to get the best result in the NEET exam So just focus on your syllabus and preparation strategy and be regular in studies and revise covered topics again and again. 

Watch Recorded Videos Again and Again

If you are watching recorded videos again and again this will help you in memorizing learned topics and make your concept stronger. Our brain has the capacity to visualize visuals 60,000 times faster than text.

Maintain a Time Limit for Each Section

As the NEET exam consists of three sections they are physics, chemistry, and biology and we have to learn how to maintain the time limit between all these sections. As biology is a completely theory-based section so should give less time to this section whereas physics is mostly numerical based so maximum time should be devoted to this section only by this strategy you will score maximum marks and this will help you in getting the best medical college. The hard work here is your struggle in school and your discipline towards studies both in your past and future while the smart work is the number of strategies you apply to revise and retain the subject you’ve studied all this way.  

Join Last 15-Day Test Series

In the last 15 days before the exam, you should join the test series and try to solve all given test series in a given time limit, this will make you feel comfortable while sitting in an exam and decrease your nervousness also. 

Apart from all these preparation strategies you have to take proper sleep and food with studies also. As a healthy body is a home for a healthy mind, if you are physically fit then you can give full focus to your studies and this is the best way to get the best medical colleges of India. So follow this last month's preparation strategy for the best result. 

Revision Strategy for NEET 2020