'Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement'. It implies that keeping a positive attitude will always help you succeed in all life endeavours.
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), formerly known as the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) every year as an entry process to the MBBS and BDS programs at Indian medical and dental institutes. Before NTA, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) administered the test. It is the leading, self-sustaining testing organization.
Candidates who want to pursue medical programs must complete and pass Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Biotechnology coursework in Classes 10 and 12. At the time of the counselling session, the candidate must present their passing certificate. In the NEET-undergraduate exam, Math scores are not taken into account.
Positivity: One must be willing to put in a lot of effort. Not only are you applying for NEET to make the cutoff, but also to get a respectable rank and enrol in a reputable government college. Have the attitude that, despite all obstacles, you will do your best to accomplish your goal.
Focus on your Goal: An aspirant must avoid many temptations and sidetracks. For example, social media, personal crises, weddings, and celebrations. Stay away from all those things that don't contribute to your goal. These activities drain the dedication and enthusiasm of a candidate from within. Here, all of our attention, time, and effort should be on the goal one is attempting to accomplish. Another type of distraction an aspirant should avoid is the feeling of frustration on receiving poor marks on practice exams. While it's acceptable for your grades to fluctuate, D-day must be your priority.
Punctuality /Regularity: The most significant attribute that most aspirants lack is punctuality or regularity. After spending a lot of time and effort creating a perfect study schedule and trying their best to adhere to it, most students give up after about a week. The candidate should make a realistic and flexible schedule and work hard to follow it. Also, it is recommended to make adjustments as and when needed to account for any changes in circumstances.
Avoiding Procrastination: Do you find it challenging to stick to a timetable? Well, the devil known as procrastination might be the cause. It is the practice of putting off or delaying tasks until tomorrow. However, don't forget that tomorrow never comes. What should you do when you sit down to study but feel demotivated? We'd say without enthusiasm, study! Very few people are capable of doing that. The majority continue to do what they always do, schedule the task for the next day. Do you know what this habit ultimately leads to? Backlogs. Thus, making the aspirant frustrated and helpless as undone work mounts, messing up both the preparation and plan.
Self-awareness: Identify your strengths thoroughly, but also go beyond and be fully cognizant of your faults and vulnerabilities. Many people tend to concentrate more on their areas of expertise or comfort than on their weaknesses. Keep in mind that in this race, your weakness will be the one to bring you down first. Therefore, it is preferable to confront the weaknesses head-on and make them your ally than to ignore them all the time. Work on your weaknesses so that they no longer remain your flaws.
Keep an Open Mind: Every aspirant has a subject they struggle with, it can be Physics, Chemistry, or even Biology. So, don't be afraid to ask someone knowledgeable about the topic for help. If you have signed up for coaching, ask the teacher your questions with confidence; after all, you have paid the cost for this purpose. Ask your classmates about it if you worry about people making fun. There will be some who will try to assist you, yet some may even refuse. Simply giving it a shot is all that is required. Remember that not understanding even one topic could cost you your seat.
Efficiency and Clever Work: The main point of entrance tests is to reject rather than to choose. Therefore, you must understand how to filter yourself into a group of successful people. Various books and study materials are available; you should know which is best for you. Despite being aware of what to read, the aspirant should also be mindful of precisely what not to read from the wealth of information already available. Productivity and efficiency are essential. Your time is wasted if you put in several hours of work and receive a meagre result. Put more emphasis on producing high-quality results with a reasonable input.
Patience: The most important quality needed for success is patience. There will be moments when you'll be behind schedule, get poor grades, and forget crucial information during tests. All you need at that point is a dash of patience to turn your dish of success into a hit. Even if you make a mistake, try to remain composed and patient. You can endure panic attacks and their after-effects by maintaining this attitude.
Never Get Intimidated: The student who consistently gets the top grades in every exam has a higher chance to pass the exam with a good rank. It is undoubtedly a bit intimidating for other candidates. One begins to question its abilities, which significantly lowers self-esteem. It is suggested to try not to let such things scare you. One must hold an attitude wherein, despite being fully aware of the level of competition, the candidate must think about a seat exclusively reserved for them. One's biggest rival should be oneself. So, why should it matter how others perform? Here everyone is competing for their interests. Healthy competition can be helpful, but try not to let it make you feel so intimidated that it affects your self-esteem. Maintain a positive attitude and fight for it.
Avoid Overanalyzing: Students often experience a phase during preparation where they are unsure about their choice and start analyzing the causes, thus, leading to a loss of concentration and dedication when studying. Well, it makes sense! The fierce rivalry and how our minds are wired deserve all the credit. Every time we attempt something challenging, our mind tries to foil us to protect us from what it perceives as a potential threat.
The easiest method to deal with this is to reduce the likelihood that your brain will influence your decision-making. Here, we'd suggest experimenting with the five-second rule by Mel Robbins. Start working after counting 5-4-3-2-1 each time you find yourself in a similar circumstance and stand up only once you're done. Don't just linger there thinking about nothing. Stop overthinking because doing so will not get you closer to your medical seat.
Q1. Can You Give Some Ideas on Topics Covered in NEET Physics and Chemistry?
Ans: An idea about a few topics on NEET 2020, in a nutshell, can be helpful but never ignore any topic included in the NEET Physics Syllabus and NEET Chemistry Syllabus. For Physics, give special emphasis on Modern Physics, Wave Optics, Electro Dynamics, Semiconductors, Motion of systems of particles and rigid body, Kinetic Theory of Gases & Thermodynamics. Theory-based questions generally come on Moving Charges and Magnetism, Heat & Thermodynamics and Modern Physics. Problem-solving questions will also carry high weightage marks, so focus on the formulas properly. In Chemistry, pay attention specifically to Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure, Organic Chemistry, Carbonyl Compounds and Coordination compounds. Numerical problems are important. Expect questions from organic and inorganic chemistry both.
Q2. As a NEET Aspirant, Which Biology Chapters should I Focus on Primarily?
Ans: Under this section, you have to cultivate sound knowledge in both the Botany and Zoology departments (whatever was covered in your 10+2 syllabus). In Botany, classifications and pollination chapters will be important. Expect questions from Photosynthesis in Higher Plants and Anatomy of Flowering Plants. For Zoology, it is recommended that you should focus mainly on the Reproductive Health, Excretory Products and their Elimination and the Nervous System. Previous question papers show that these topics always enjoy priority while picking questions from. The Endocrine System is also important. Do not ignore topics like Polygenic Inheritance or DNA Replication and topics like Mendelian Disorders. Study all but stress on these.
Q3. When will the NEET 2022 exam be held?
Ans. The official NEET 2022 notification has been made available by the NTA. On July 17, 2022, the NEET 2022 exam will take place.
Q4. What is the mode of the NEET 2022 exam?
Ans. The examination is conducted offline. NEET exam is a pen-paper-based test. On an OMR sheet, candidates must mark their responses.
Q5. I am a student of open school education. Can I apply for NEET 2022?
Ans. No, students who earned their 10+2 diplomas privately or through open schools are not eligible to sit for the NEET exam.