Neet 2022 Preparation Tips by Eduwisor
Registration for NEET 2022 has begun, with the exam scheduled for July 17th, 2022. In 2021, more than 16 lakh students had appeared for the NEET-UG exam, out of which only 56.4% had qualified for the exam. Apart from the huge number of candidates, which is increasing every year, the removal of the upper age limit is going to play a very important role in NEET 2022.
To begin with, the first and foremost aspect of it is to complete studying the entire syllabus at least once. Many students tend to complete the entire syllabus and revise it multiple times. But, if your syllabus is still pending and the exam is just 3 months away, here is what you can consider doing:
1) Classify chapters based on Paper Weightage
You can start by classifying and ranking important and lesser important chapters. This can be done by analyzing the weightage of each chapter as per NEET-UG Previous year papers. The weightage of chapters is easily available online. Once this is done you should first begin by concentrating on the most important and key chapters. By key chapters, we mean those that carry the most weight in the exam. In the remaining time, focus on the chapters that carry a lower weightage.
As the test date approaches, the number of hours spent per day on NEET preparation must be increased. Maintain a balanced schedule while keeping your health in mind. You should even spend time preparing the remaining topics and practicing questions from them. Start with one chapter per day or more and keep practicing sample question papers of NEET(depending on your speed).
2) The NCERT curriculum is the way to go
NCERT textbooks play a very critical role in your preparation. Teachers and even the past NEET exam toppers swear by books published by the National Council of Educational Research and Training. The syllabus must be completed using NCERT class 11th and NCERT class 12th books. The benefit of this is, that it allows you to cover exactly what is needed, saving time and allowing you to do so quickly. As a result, make sure to go through all of the NCERT chapters lines by line.
This is the most efficient approach to accomplish the NEET UG syllabus. When comes to the remaining stages of preparation, involve revision and practice. Revision and practice not only go hand in hand during the completion of the syllabus but also after the completion.
3) Solve Past Years NEET Question Papers
Solving past years’ question papers: The finest resource for practice is to solve previous year’s NEET and sample question papers. The past year’s papers help you in understanding the pattern of the exam, frequently asked type of questions, time taken to solve each type and most importantly they improve your speed, accuracy, and confidence.
4) Give plenty of NEET Mock Tests
Finally, NEET mock tests can get you the extra mileage. The candidates should keep a score for each previous paper or sample paper. This will help you to evaluate your performance by analyzing the strong and weak points.
NEET 2022 is the only National Level Medical Entrance Exam in India that is required to be given by students who wish to pursue Medical Courses such as MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, etc. Qualifying NEET-UG is also a mandatory requirement for students who wish to pursue MBBS abroad.
The candidates will have 180 minutes on exam day to complete 180 questions. The strategy should be to spend no more than one minute on each question (unless there is a change in the exam pattern). As a result, when practicing with NEET previous year’s question papers, bear this in mind and solve it appropriately.
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