National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is considered to be the toughest entrance exam for medical courses like Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery.
While NEET is an important milestone for any medical student's academic life, the exam is going to be held on May 7.
The following tips will help students to clear the exam in first attempt
Download or buy some previous exam papers and check the pattern. In the first glance, they may look difficult but there is no need to panic. If you revise the concepts and look at them again, you will find them to be much easier than you anticipated at first.
If you are studying on your own, make sure to concentrate on the revision in the last two weeks and stay away from any reasons that may cause stress.
The exam is concentrated on Biology so make sure to study it properly and give at least two weeks for revision. You can spend one week each on Physics and Chemistry.
Make notes so that you can revise the topics easily.
There is no need to overburden yourself and ruin the examination. Avoid passive entertainment but do find ways to relax like walking or playing with a pet.
Doctors are considered equivalent to God. It is one of the noblest professionals in the world. This exam is a one step forward to your dream. Make sure to stay relaxed and do not get panic for any apparent reason.