• PREPARE FOR NEET IN 6 MONTHS

    PREPARE FOR  NEET IN 6 MONTHS
      

    Six months is enough to crack NEET if you plan properly. If you have a burning desire to crack NEET you will find a way. There are few important points to know. National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body of NEET 2019. The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test or NEET, is the largest entrance examination in the country for admission to medical and dental. First you should know about your competition you are going to face.

    NUMBER OF MEDICAL COLLEGES (2019)

    State/Union Territory

    MBBS Colleges

    Govt. College

    seats

    Private College Seats

    Total no. of seats

    Total

    353

    31385

    60105

    91490

     

    The competition is really tough as more than 15 lakh students appear for the exam every year for just 91,490 MBBS seats available across the country. The right preparation strategy can not only help candidates qualify NEET but also qualifying with a good score to obtain a Government college medical seat. Focusing and paying attention to building your concepts comes first and is of utmost importance in preparing for NEET exams. Creates a time table and give more importance to your weak subject. Your time table should contain learning all the 3 subjects each day. This way is difficult during initial days, but moving ahead you will be ahead in terms of confidence. Before creating a time table you need to know the NEET paper pattern.

    NEET Paper Pattern

    Particulars

    Details

    Mode of Examination

    Offline (Pen and paper mode)

    Duration of Examination

    3 hours (180 Minutes)

    Total Number of Questions

    180 Questions

    Type of Questions

    Multiple Choice Questions

    Sections

    Physics – 45 Questions

    Chemistry – 45 Questions

    Botany – 45 Questions

    Zoology  – 45 Questions

    Marking Scheme

    +4 marks for each correct answer;

    -1 mark for each wrong answer;

    0 mark for each unanswered question

    Maximum Marks

    720 marks

    Aggregate score calculation

    Total number of correct answers X 4 – Total number of incorrect answers X 1

     

    Create Effective time table

    Before creating your effective time table here are few points to remember and calculate accordingly.

    • Candidates can divide the time for each section and set a goal for each day.

    • Study NCERT completely it contains the major portion of NEET question paper.

    • Study examples carefully it will help you to relate concepts to real world things. You can understand theory better with the help of examples.

    • Work on your concepts so that you will be able to solve every type of question in the exam.

    • It is important that your basics of almost all the topics are clear and that you can tackle easy or moderate level problems in those topics.

    • Make a note of all the important points and formulas that one has covered in a day.

    • Make sure that you write all the reactions in a notebook. These will double up as revision notes during the revision phase.

    • The study timetable to prepare for NEET in 6 months should include learning and test practice.

    • It is also essential to have a minimum of six hours of sound sleep in a day to keep you fresh and understand concepts better.

    Time table for learning you can create your own but for practice you need to follow the time table given below. The more and more you spend for practice test will give you more confidence.

    PRACTICE

    1ST MONTH

    2ND MONTH

    3RD MONTH

    4TH MONTH

    5TH MONTH

    6TH MONTH

    Daily

    1.5 Hrs

    1.5 Hrs

    1.5 Hrs

    3 Hrs

    3 Hrs

    3 Hrs

    month

    45 Hrs

    45 Hrs

    45 Hrs

    90 Hrs

    90 Hrs

    90 Hrs

    Total

    405 Hrs

     

    There are 3 important factors to score more marks in NEET and they are Time Management, Serious Practice and Mock Test. SCHOOLNEET helps in these 3 important factors to score more marks in NEET exam. For free NEET trial you can register in the link https://schoolneet.com/register

    Prepare NEET In 6 Months

    TIME MANAGEMENT

    Statistics say more than 42% of students are not able to finish exam on time. Candidates have to complete 180 questions with time duration of 180 minutes. 1 minute for each question. Candidates should practice more to improve their speed and accuracy.

    SERIOUS PRACTICE

    It allows you know where you are strong and where you go wrong. With a scalable testing and evaluation platform, hundreds of test questions are continuously generated and evaluated so students will be given random series of questions.

    MOCK TEST

    Know your All India Ranking before writing NEET exam. Attending the mock test gives you immense confidence. It gives a reality check on your knowledge and learning you have acquired during the past months.

    BE POSITIVE AND CONFIDENT

    As said if you have a burning desire to crack NEET you will find a way. Be positive and confident. Remember one thing there is no shortcut for Success.