Get Expert Recommended NEET 2017 Preparation Tips

NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) 2016 was conducted in two phases following the decision by Supreme Court that there need to be single medical entrance exam in India. This is because some parents and students supported the decision, while many were against the verdict passed.

While 2016 exam occurred amid controversies related to the validation of NEET, the medical aspirants can appear for NEET with fresh mind from next year, as Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha has passed a bill giving legal status to NEET. From 2017, NEET will be the only medical entrance examination in India that an aspirant need to crack to be eligible for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in any Indian medical college (except AIIMS and JIPMER).

Now that the brawl over NEET examination is sorted, students targeting NEET 2017 should start preparing for the exam sincerely. In this article, StudMonk experts provide best NEET 2017 Preparation Tips to NEET aspirants.

How to prepare for NEET 2017?

Preparation tips for NEET or sure shot ways to crack NEET are some of the common questions candidates ask.  Below are the answers to their questions.

Create a NEET Study Plan

There is no one best way to prepare for NEET. Every individual is different and so are their preparation strategies. Therefore candidates should create a study plan keeping their strengths and weaknesses in mind.  The plan should include day-wise time bifurcation i.e. time to be devoted for studying, practicing, revision and study break. After creating the plan, follow it regularly for the best results.

Choose the right books for NEET preparation

With the number of books available in the market, aspirants often get confused with which book to refer to NEET preparation. In most cases, students end up picking the wrong study material for NEET.  StudMonk experts recommend selecting NCERT books for NEET preparation because the book focuses more on the basic concepts from Class XI and XII. It is a known fact that a building can stand unharmed only on a strong foundation. Apart from NCERT books, choose one reference material for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. That’s all!

Subject-wise Tips for NEET 2017
  • Physics – Practise conceptual problems. Solve those problems that relate theoretical physics to daily life. Your analytical skills will be gauged in solving the questions.
  • Chemistry & Biology –NCERT books are important for these two subjects. Use this book for mock tests, doubt solving, revising topics, practising problems. Solving sample papers helps in improving speed and accuracy. Follow this plan for the next one year (approximately).
NEET 2017 Preparation Tips

NEET 2017 Preparation Tips

Revise and Practise Thoroughly

Daily revision/practise of what you have studied is the best way to remember any topic, concept or formula. Take NEET 2017 mock tests or solve previous year’s question papers to keep the chapter fresh in your mind. Devote at least one hour daily for revision and practice. There are several NEET test series available in the market. Pick the best one and get started.

NEET 2017 Preparation Tips for State Board Students

For a state board student, preparing for a national level medical entrance exam becomes tough mainly due to the simplicity of their syllabus. On the contrary, CBSE students perform better in such entrance exams primarily because of their syllabus, which is of relatively advanced level and nearly similar to AIPMT/NEET syllabus. However, state board students shouldn’t worry much! With little smart work they can beat even a CBSE board student in this highly competitive exam. How?

Covering complete NEET syllabus looks tough, but it is very much doable in a year. Join a good coaching class and buy a good test series for NEET. The more you practice using mock tests, sample papers and previous year’s question papers, the speedily you’ll be able your end goal.

Forget the fear of losing the medical seat due to higher participation

While NEET is the common medical entrance test from now, many students fear the competition to get a medical seat. Don’t worry! You’ll be eligible for admission in all colleges, without worrying about multiple state medical entrance exam result. Those private medical colleges who were charging exorbitantly high fee for admission will now have to give admission on the basis of merit. Not just this, with NEET even the medical course fee will be regulated.

Start referring expert NEET 2017 preparation tips

Students are so engrossed in buying bulky reference books and paying hefty amounts for test series, they tend to ignore the benefits of free online resources like expert tips and recommendations. It is advised for NEET aspirants to follow the blogs and articles shared by experts so as to know their strengths your weaknesses (if any). You can subscribe to our blog for daily NEET updates, tips and tricks, preparation strategies, paper solving ideas and sure shot ways to crack the exam.

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All the best! Happy Studying 🙂

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