10 Things You Should Avoid Doing Before NEET

Every time you think of an exam, it makes you think of the results. There is nothing to fear about NEET exam, if you are focused on your preparations. Though NEET exams are tough to crack, knowing the do’s and don’ts for NEET can aid you to move in the right direction. In this post, proficient experts at StudMonk bring ways to crack NEET to help you secure a seat in the top medical colleges in India and across India with some effective tips.

Avoid Overwhelming Yourself with Stress

Getting tensed before the NEET exam is obvious.  Though not easy, it is important to stay calm and focus on your preparations to let the performance not get affected.

Avoid Starting a New Topics at the Last Moment

In case if you have missed out any topic, do not rush to cover up that topic at the last moment. If a missed out chapter/topic seems very important, you can go through major formulas or sub-headings in order to get a rough idea.

Avoid Falling Prey to Inferiority Complex

Self-confidence is the key to avoiding silly mistakes. Inferiority complex results in doubting your own capabilities, which can be detrimental to performance. Regular practice, organized study schedule, solving test-series and discussing doubts with peer groups helps to keep inferiority complex at bay.

Avoid Being a Part of Fruitless Interactions

People may try to put you down and make you feel tensed by discussing the topics at which you might not be the best. Stay away from those who try to involve you in discussions that may not contribute to improving your performance.

Things you should avoid doing before NEET

Things you should avoid doing before NEET

Avoid Trying to Master Your Weak Areas

To get admission in the best medical colleges in India, experts suggest keeping a focus on your strengths. Doing well in the section that you know best lets you strike a balance your score, if you are weak in another section. Apply this tip while attempting test-series and note how it benefits you. Just being average in sections that you find tough can go in your favour.

Avoid Skimming Through a Topic

Complete a topic in entirety once you start it. Shifting from one topic to the other without a thorough reading would not benefit you. It would harm your confidence level at a later stage as you might not be able to attempt twisted questions.

Avoid Too Many Reference Books

Referring to every next book suggested would leave you confused. The best approach is investing some time to zero down on some of the best books and focus on the ones that you are able to comprehend well. During your research for a book, give weightage to the advice of Alumni from top medical colleges or top scorers of NEET in past 3 years.

Avoid Overwork

Your preparation schedule should be such that it gives you the required resting time. Studying overnight or exerting yourself would eventually leave you fatigued. Having the required rest would let you be fresh.  Studying with a fresh mind enhances your grasping power.

Avoid Creating a ‘Guessing’ Habit

Before NEET exam, students often get tensed and plan for using shortcuts like guess work. Pre-planned guessing technique can land you in trouble. Understanding basics well, applying them, having your logic clear and then choosing the answer is a methodical and the most effective way to answer. Guessing can result in your loss due to negative marking.  

Avoid Listening to Everyone’s Advice

Be judicious about whose advice you should follow and whose advice you should give a deaf ear to. Not every person gives a sound advice. Weigh it in a well-thought manner and then follow what your mind agrees to.

If you follow this approach with a serious preparation, no one can stop you from clear NEET with good scores and getting admissions in one of the top medical colleges in India.

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2 replies
  1. Rishika
    Rishika says:

    candidates are tend to start a new topic if someone tell them that it is important, this should be avoided. It is one of the main reason for the stress.

    Reply
    • monksays
      monksays says:

      Hi Rishika,
      Yes, right! At the end moment you shouldn’t involve yourself in reading new books or topics. It will add to your confusion. Revise and practise what you have already studied.

      Good luck!

      Reply

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