As there are only three months left for our nation’s largest and only medical undergraduate entrance examination named as National Eligibility Cum Entrance Examination. So, we have brought to you a three-month plan for preparation for your NEET 2020.
The National Testing Agency is conducting the NEET 2020 examination on May 3rd, 2020. This exam will be held in a pen and paper mode to fill all the undergraduate medical/ dental/ Unani/ homeopathy/ Siddha/ Ayurveda seats in all medical colleges of our country including AIIMS and JIPMER.
All of you who have already applied for this examination can download your admit cards from the official website of NEET from the 27th of March 2020. Registrations are already over on 31st of January. Though NEET 2020 is three months away this is exactly the right time for you to boost up your preparations. Let’s start with the preparations tips.
1. Understand the examination
15.94 lakh candidates are appearing for this examination. So. This exam is going to be highly competitive. To ace this examination you need to know the syllabus and complete it till the mid of February. So. That you have ample time to devote on revision, board exams, solving previous year question papers and Mock test series too.
2. Make a timetable
You must make a timetable. However, the challenge is to make the right timetable for you. Your timetable shall consist of 2 hours for biology, 2 hours for physics and 2 hours for chemistry. So basically you have to give 2 hours for each subject that means every day you have to study for 6 hours. Apart from this you also need to keep solving NEET mock test series to have clarity of the examination.
3. Gradually increase the frequency of NEET 2020 mock tests.
The nearer the exam is you need to increase the frequency of taking NEET 2020 Mock Tests. You can start by giving a mock test fortnightly and then at the end of February give at least 2 mock tests every week.
4. Diving the Chapters
You need to divide the chapters of all the three subjects Biology, Physics, and Chemistry as per your comfort zone. Physics and chemistry are the three chapters that need a lot of practice so you can give them some extra time.
5. Make Notes
From the beginning, you need to make notes that are handy and these notes are going to help you in your last-minute preparation a revision
With following all these points you can score high in NEET 2020 and fulfill your dream to be a doctor.