You have spent enough time over the previous year attending classes, reading and trying to understand numerous concepts that you have come across. If all these concepts are in a jumble, collect your notes, glimpse through all the biggest concepts and organise them properly.
When it comes to competitive examinations, like NEET or JEE, well-organised notes can be counted as life savers in the last few days before the exam. When you have all the important points in one spot, there is no need to rush through 10 books trying to locate one concept that you just can’t seem to remember.
Organising your notes will also give you a chance to quickly brush through all the important concepts and will count as a round of revision.
2. Practice sample papers
With all the knowledge that you have collected over the year, there is no need to fear an exam that will mimic the potential questions of NEET. Practicing previous years papers and mock tests will not only give you a good idea of how to manage the time during the exam, but will also help you narrow down the kind of questions that will be asked.
Practicing sample papers will also build your confidence and shine a torch on where you are going wrong. This will help you in the next step.
3. Mistakes and weaknesses
Everyone has a weakness and there is always some concept or question type that keeps going wrong. When you have identified what these mistakes and weak points are, you can spend a little time trying to understand them and correct your methods.
There is, however, not much time left to understand something entirely new. Give yourself two or three days to go through the tougher portions of the syllabus and revert to revision of topics that you are confident about.
The most important thing that students should keep in mind is their mental and physical health. Working hard and studying continuously is good until it makes you sick. There is no point of all your preparation if you are too unwell to write the paper on the day of the exam.
So, remember to take a good number of breaks between studies. Eat healthy and do not miss out on sleep. A healthy body and mind will help you greatly.
5. Physics and Numericals
Physics turned out to be the most difficult section for the candidates in NEET 2017, as the section consisted of large number of numerical questions, which were tricky and lengthy. “ Physics was the toughest section for me. In fact, it consumed a lot of time while solving numericals,” said Mohammad Zubair, an candidate from Uttar Pradesh.
Spend at least an hour every day solving these questions. Repeated solving efforts on more tricky questions will help you identify and avoid the “traps” and you will discover better methods of arriving at the answer.
When you are confident with the numerical and problem solving type of questions, you will not waste too much time on them during the exam and will be able to find more time to work on the once that require a little more thinking.
Last but not the least you must give importance to your NCERT books in the last month. Because as you see last year precedence lot of questions in the Biology and Chemistry section were from NCERT.
As the NEET exam is just about a month left, we, Whizdom Educare family like to wish all the students who are giving the exam, to do great and get selected in some of the best medical institutes of the country and come out with flying colours, to make your parents and your country proud of yourselves.