10 Tips To Crack NEET With 600 Plus In Your First Attempt — WisBlogg

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We consider NEET as one of the toughest exams that takes place in India. Millions of students take part in these type of exams but only a few get to qualify and float on the topmost layer.

It is conducted by the CBSE board. As a result, the whole syllabus of this exam is based on CBSE.

A 600 plus in NEET isn’t as easy as it sounds. You have to put in a lot of effort to maintain your speed and stay accurate.

Here are the tips that you can use to increase the quality of time you spend preparing for this exam:

1. Being Self Motivated and Energetic

A lot of the times when we have something this big coming our way, we feel hyped up and start preparing for it. But, as time passes all our hype starts to fade away and we often lose all will and hope.

Being self-motivated and energetic should always be on the top of your list when you are preparing for anything this big.

2. Be Consistent and Maintain Your Speed

With time, we often lose our consistency and with that speed, which can cause bigger damage to your result.

Keep on practising and increasing the number of efforts you’re putting into it.

3. Take NCERT Books Seriously

The syllabus of NEET is based on NCERT and thus, it is imperative that we give NCERT books the required importance.

You should always prioritize NCERT over any other book.

4. Ask

We have the internet in our hand, even if you don’t have a teacher to ask a question you can always go on the internet and with no one judging you, you can learn anything.

5. Negative Marking

Negative marking is something that can ruin your score no matter how hard you try.

Always answer the question when you are 100% sure that it is the right answer because guessing the answers won’t help you in this exam.

6. Subject-Wise Plan

You must plan your strategy differently for each subject. Every subject you work on will need their fair share of time and effort.

Try to create a subject-wise set up for finding out with correct rest gaps and giving every subject the time it wants from you. Make a proper schedule studying.

Set a scoring target for each subject, that will help you a lot in making a subject-wise studying plan.

7. Time Management

Time management is another crucial aspect that you come across while preparing for NEET.

You need to allow enough time to every subject and topic to ensure that none of them is left untouched.

You have to make sure that you have a fairly accurate speed of writing.

8. Practice 150 Questions Daily

Practising is important. Start solving and practising 150 questions daily because in the exam you have to answer 160 questions accurately if you want to score a 600+. (PCB included)

9. General Knowledge

You should also not neglect the general knowledge aspect of the exam.

Keep yourself updated with what is happening around and keep skimming through the related books daily because there is always something new happening around the world.

10. Mock Tests are the Key

Don’t take mock tests for granted. If your syllabus is left and you feel like giving the mock tests after completing the whole syllabus, then please don’t wait for that time.

In competitive exams it’s not needed to cover the entire syllabus, you just want to deliver best on the topics which you know with speed and accuracy.

Try to give at least 4 mock tests per month to give you real exam vibes and reality check of where you stand.

So these were my tips to you for cracking NEET with 600+ in a single attempt.

Hope you get to know something.

Best of Luck.

Originally published at https://wisblogg.com on May 13, 2020.




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