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How Do I Study Smart For The NEET Examinations?

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    The first requirement to clear an exam like NEET is to be passionate about your goals and keep remembering what you will achieve after clearing these exams with top ranks. The next step is to be consistent with your preparation. Daily studies and practice is the most important skill you need to clear NEET. Don’t take extreme pressure, it will be good for you if you go with a positive mind to the exam. Avoid silly mistakes, first in mock tests and then on the exam day. Remain calm and composed. That’s the sign of a Doctor in progress. The sequence of learning is important. You should aware of simple, basic concepts before knowing the complex ones. New concept delivered in a way that builds upon existing topics/concepts is easier to make sense of and retain. While solving questions, apply the tricks. Practice a lot and learn from your mistakes. Time management is the key. You should devote enough time to each section. Avoid using multiple books and material in your preparation.

    Dhanapal - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    Don’t bother studying for a specific number of hours each day, instead set a target. I like the concept of weekly target more than daily target because it works for me. You have to figure out what works for you. Then you have to decide when to study. Some people are early birds, others are night owls. What are you? Studying seriously for five hours is equivalent to twelve hours of ‘study’ if you’re constantly checking your phone or day dreaming. Ask yourself questions. Quiz yourself! It would be fun and would let stuff seep deep into your mind. Try to make code words. Loligo, Octopus, Sepia -LOS – molluscs with no larval stage (loss). If you have to learn many examples, make a sentence or something. One word starting with the initial letter of each example. Find out some cool relation. I bet you’d never forget that fountain pen was invented by Waterman. Make small notebooks. I would not suggest you to make notes of everything you learn because that would not be practical. We are not supposed to copy our textbooks down. However, after a while we all figure out what all we keep forgetting over and over again. Make a small notebook and write those things down. Only those things. Don’t make it bulky. Go through the notebook whenever you have time. Keep revising what you learn. It takes long to learn something for the first time but it doesn’t take much time to revise it every now and then.

    Arun kumar - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    With such a vast syllabus, it seems quite impossible, but if you have a well-structured study plan, you can easily clear the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2020. Some NEET Preparation tips 2020 are as below: 1. Make a Practical Timetable 2. Prepare According to the Latest Syllabus 3. Practice Regularly 4. Refer Good Study Material 5. Attempt Full-Length Mock Tests 6. Focus More on Weak Topics 7. Prepare Short Notes for Revision 8. Stay Away from Guesswork 9. Study in Fixed Time Slots 10. Health is Wealth 11. Be Confident and Positive About your Preparation

    Stephen A - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    Your study plan should revolve around three aspects i.e learn, revise and practice Difficult topics must be studied thoroughly and wisely. Break lengthy chapters into topics and sub-topics to make learning easy. Make comparative charts for two or more relatable topics, terms or processes. Create a list of important definitions, important formulas, important derivations in chemistry and physics and important diagrams in biology etc. and brush them up weekly. Prepare mind maps, flow charts and ray diagrams for memory based topics while studying the chapters. Set daily, weekly and monthly goals for yourself and try to accomplish them in the fixed time.

    Meenal - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    1. Create A Realistic Timetable, 2. Start From Scratch, 3.Practice Regularly, 4.Take Full-Length Mock Tests & 5. Revise Regularly

    Ajith Balaji C - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    Download past few years’ papers of AIPMT and see the pattern. By now you must be aware of the concepts and now need to focus on practicing the problems (like conceptual/numerical questions in Physics). For Biology and Chemistry, read from NCERT books Join a crash course (if possible), where you will learn about the important NEET topics and you can clear your doubts using a professional help For those studying on their own, in last couple of weeks before the exam, focus on revision As the exam is more Biology centric, you must allot at least 2 weeks to it for proper revision and one week each for Physics and Chemistry While you prepare, create notes formula sheet for Physics, footnotes carrying important keywords for Biology and equations sheet for Chemistry, you can then solve papers and mock test in the remaining days of your revision. Mock test will help you assess the level of your preparation and will give you a better understanding the exam In the end, just go through all the key words you’ve noted previously so as to revise every concept as quickly as possible. Remember keep the last day of preparation light yet productive. **The important chapters of each subject ** **Physics: **Oscillations and Waves, Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics and Current Electricity. **Chemistry: **Organic Chemistry (IUPAC nomenclature is a key type of question), Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Equilibrium, Biomolecules, Aldehydes Ketones Carboxylic Acids, Alcohol Phenol Ether and Chemical Kinetics. **Biology: **The Living World, Biological Classification, Chemical Control and Integration, Principles of Inheritance And Variation, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Cell and Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants.

    Manivannan A - Nov 07, 2019 |

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    For smart study, one should have be familiar with the exam schedule , be well versed with the syllabus ,be informed about the exam pattern, the NEET Timetable , Combine your hard work with smart work – NEET 2020 study plan, The Effective study material – Know the best books, Revise to analyse, Practice till you succeed. Track your progress- do better than yesterday, Good health a necessity-take care of yourself.

    ShahulHameed p - Nov 08, 2019 |

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    Make a List All the Subjects You Need to Study Stick to the Plan and Track Your Progress Revision is Must and should not be Skipped Solve Previous Years Question Papers and Mock Tests Take Regular Breaks and Stay Positive Try to make code words. Studying seriously for five hours is equivalent to twelve hours of ‘study’ if you’re constantly checking your phone or day dreaming.

    Usha - Nov 08, 2019 |

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    Don’t bother studying for a specific number of hours each day, instead set a target. … Then you have to decide when to study. … Studying seriously for five hours is equivalent to twelve hours of ‘study’ if you’re constantly checking your phone or day dreaming. Ask yourself questions. … Try to make code words.

    Raghu Raman - Nov 12, 2019 |

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    First of all know that there is no shortcut to real success. You have to work hard for it 🙂 Read this overall guide for your preparation: 1. Be sincere in your efforts 2. Practice from limited and standard books like SL Arora HC VERMA, etc. Dont do too many books. Do limited books, and do it more number of times. Become perfect in them. 3. Get a good Guru, if you can find ! Guru is the person who knows what should be done and what should not be done. He/she is the best guide. 4.Focus more on previous year questions of NEET ,AIIMS

    Karthick R - Nov 13, 2019 |


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