Know the Revision Strategy for NEET 2017 Aspirants

For NEET 2017, students should start preparing right from today. Being one of the toughest tests of all times, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus.

In order to crack NEET 2017, students have to be aware of the patterns and changes implemented for this particular test. For that, all you need is to revise thoroughly and properly.

Some Basic Revision Tips for NEET 2017

  • Because NEET follows CBSE curriculum, students should read their NCERT books thoroughly. It is very important to understand the figures minutely and read chapters thoroughly. Students should also try to solve the given exercises in NCERT.
  • NEET has 180 questions in total and 3 hours of time to solve it. So, time management is the key to practice. NEET Mock tests can be a great help while preparing for NEET 2017 as it not only makes you confident but also ensures you are on time. With regular practice, students can actually solve 180 questions of NEET in 180 minutes before taking the final exam.
  • There are certain differences in the syllabus of NEET and that of CBSE classes XI and XII. So, students should compare the entire syllabi properly so that they do not miss anything.

    Revision Tips To Crack NEET 2017

    Revision Tips To Crack NEET 2017

Once you get all these things right, it’s time for revision. Now, revision generally involves a lot of preparation, which students should do. Noted below is a week long preparation schedule for NEET 2017 aspirants.

  • Get the Basics Right: The basics of any examination lies in the key concepts. So, you have to tune yourself to all the NCERT books relevant for NEET 2017. Your key to success is in the entrance exam concepts, which you must prepare well. Revise all the important schematic diagrams, flow charts, graphs and formulas thoroughly just like memorizing the concepts.
  • Manage your Time: The way to proven success is effective time management. For any competitive examination, time is everything. Distribute your time among various subjects effectively. It is the only way to help yourself attain absolute thoroughness in all your subjects.
  • Take Mock Tests: Attempt mock tests throughout the preparation phase, and especially during the last couple of weeks. It can help you to manage your time very effectively during the test. In fact, mock tests can also help you to evaluate the level of your preparation and identify the weaker areas. Aim for speed test and full-length test as you need to excel in both. After the mock test, check your weaker areas and focus on the same.
  • Prepare Notes: Visual notes can sometimes be a great help during the preparation phase. As NEET involves a lot of formulas, diagrams, theorems, key concepts, shortcuts and reactions, you should start preparing short notes. It can work like a visual aid that would allow you to retain all the vital information for a long time. You can even stick these notes in your bedroom or study room so that you can see them more often. Seeing is remembering!
  • Shortlist Important Questions: There would be recurring topics and questions in NEET, which are usually marked as important by teachers. While you attempt previous years’ question papers and take up NEET mock tests, also keep a track of topics and questions that appear frequently in the paper. You should devote more time to those questions to make sure you are thoroughly prepared for the same.
  • Revise all Shortcuts: You should develop a habit of revising all the shortcuts, theorems and formulas during the final 2 weeks before your examination. This can help you to retain those formulas in your memory and would assist you to solve problems quickly.
  • Avoid New Study Materials: NEET aspirants shouldn’t refer to any new study materials in the last few weeks of the examination. It can only create a lot of confusion as different authors usually have their unique style and approach to a problem. The best way is to adhere to NCERT study material and books and ensure that you read through the summary of every single chapter.

A week before NEET 2017, just stick to the revision plan and don’t get involved in any exhaustive and hectic schedule as it might lead to fatigue and stress. Try to resolve all your queries with your teachers and mentors. Stay calm and be optimistic.

Bhavana Singh

Bhavana Singh

Lead Content Writer at StudMonk
Bhavana has been helping IIT JEE, NEET, MH CET, BITSAT and other competitive & entrance exam aspirants through her writing. An author & blogger by profession and avid traveler by heart, she is working in the capacity of a Lead Content writer at StudMonk, to define content writing & marketing strategy and deliver error-free content.
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  1. Vaishu
    Vaishu says:

    How the students if telangana and andhra pradesh should apply for neet 2017 especially in the column for all india quota seats.please kindly explain about this as I don’t understand what actually i should fill in the column.

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