Becoming one in a million doctor is a dream of every medical student. To make their dreams come true, many students appear for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) every year.
You are in class 11 and you might be preparing for the exam with a great zeal to crack it in one go. You have the determination and aspiration but burning the midnight oil to get the desired rank in the toughest Medical Exam of the country, will be accomplished only if you follow the proper study plan and abide by it.
Well, Congratulations you are one step closer to your preparation with CONCEPTREE Learning because this article here will provide you with everything that you will need for your preparation.
Firstly, you need some pep talk to get yourself all geared up for preparation-
Make a checklist of what you know already and what you have to know for the NEET. Don’t worry if you don’t know much you just have to start .Go through the syllabus once and check your level, that from where you have to start.
Plan the Journey
After Introspecting, start from the very basic and plan out the journey for the whole syllabus a set some deadline for yourself so that you can progress in a pre defined manner.
Never Give Up
It is the golden rule to achieve the goal. Build up yourself and your confidence not to give up even in the hardest situation. Think positive, talk to positive people, ask queries, make mistakes and learn from all these things. Stand by your decision and motivate yourself time to time.
Here are Some GOLDEN tips for the preparation of NEET
- Firstly, gather all the details about the officially prescribed syllabus for the examination. Go through the details of NEET syllabus and categorize the chapters from 11th and 12th that are important for NEET. It may look humongous to see the full syllabus at first glance but don’t worry it’s a gradual process of learning, step by step, topic by topic, question by question, to complete the syllabus in 2 years. During the course of the preparation, you are advised to have a quick scan at the syllabus and look out for any missing topics. If a topic is not covered, you can discuss the same with the teacher in the class.
- Refer NCERT books for all the subjects as they are important and most recommended books.
- Make a proper time-table for your preparations. When do you feel the most active? Go with your ease and comfort level. Morning or night study really doesn’t matter as long as you are achieving your set targets. You can try to study at various times during the day, morning and evening. Soon you’ll get to know the best time to study that gives you fruitful results.
- Follow the time table strictly and increase your potential day by day. If you are studying 4-5 hours daily apart from coaching, you are doing good. Rest depends on your capability on how fast you learn things. You should study with full concentration whenever you study. Remove all unnecessary distractions. Make a timetable and stick to it religiously. Make sure you achieve your daily or weekly targets.
- Consider the good preparation books and study materials.
NCERT for all subjects
Objective Biology/Chemistry/Physics by Arihant Publications
NCERT at your fingertips by MTG Publications.
Concept of Physics by H. C. Verma
Organic Chemistry by O.P.Tondon
Modern ABC of Biology
Problems in Physics by I E Irodov
- Practice mock test. We tend to forget topics with time if they are not interconnected. So a periodic revision is must i.e. daily, weekly and monthly revision. Always revise important points, MCQs before sleeping.
- Make mistakes while practicing, and correct them and never repeat them. Make a proper strategy for each day and follow it. , count the marks you lose due to silly mistakes, conceptual error, wrong interpretation of any question and other mistakes
- Once you complete a chapter, go through it is MCQs and make sure how much you have prepared for that particular chapter.
- Try to solve previous year question papers.
- Never give up even at your low time. Eat healthy and remain stress free.
Andrew Whitworth once said-“ If you’re a true warrior, competition doesn’t scare you. It makes you better”
Do not be afraid of the competition. During NEET preparation, you have to study consistently, whether that is learning concepts or solving problems.
When you are consistent in doing the things you know you should do, your odds of achieving your goals will be dramatically increased. Discipline is one of the key differentiation separating those who clear NEET from those who don’t. You are just starting off with your preparations, you will do well just believe in yourself and go on.