The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level medical entrance exam that students aspire to attempt to get admission in their desired medical college. With the exam time approaching, students push themselves more and try their level best to achieve good marks.

If the candidates can make good marks in the exam, they get the opportunity to get admission into their choice of college.

The students who prepare for this exam spend the majority of their time trying to finish the syllabus. But not all students know the strategic method to prepare for the entrance exam.

Those students who strategically plan their study and prepare for the exam, score better in the exam. From this article, you will get specific tips on studying techniques for the review and some other essential points that will help the aspiring students to prepare for the entrance exam.

NEET 2020 exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) that allows admission to undergraduate students in medical courses like MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, and BUMS.

Due to the sudden outbreak of Coronavirus, the National Testing Agency has postponed the entrance examination. The national medical entrance exam was scheduled for May 03, 2020, but the National Testing Agency has extended the date of the review to the fourth week of May.

Keeping the current stressful lockdown situation for students in mind, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has, for the first time, permitted students to change their exam centers as well.

The notice regarding this was released by the Minister of Human Resource Development, Ramesh Pokhriyal, on his social media account. To do so, the candidates can change the city options under the ‘exam center’ column of the application form.

The candidates can now enter the names of three new cities and remove the previous options. Even then, the National Testing Agency can allot the new exam center only based on availability.

The Prime Minister extended the Coronavirus lockdown On April 14, 2020, up to May 03, 2020, to curb the spread of the deadly virus.

Now, let’s look at some methods to prepare for the exam.

NEET Model Question Paper

Solving the NEET model question papers is one of the best revisions for candidates appearing for the entrance exam 2020. Working these types of question papers will help the candidate develop focus and also help the candidate attempt the critical questions first and least essential items at the end.

This is important as there is negative marking for each wrong answer. Therefore the candidate must be entirely sure of the solution before attempting the question.

While practicing the NEET model question papers, the candidate gets familiar with essential concepts and can mark it later for revision. These model questions papers give an idea on how to sit utterly focused for three hours and attempt all questions correctly.

The questions asked in these model question papers, enable students to understand the question paper pattern and the nature of the possible problems.

The stress and anticipation that builds while studying for the exam reduces after cracking a few of these model question papers. After solving multiple documents, the students can overcome mental pressure while writing a real review.

The candidates are more aware of the difficult questions asked in the exam through these model question papers. Students become more aware of their weak areas and topics that need more revision as well.

Some other tips for preparing the exam:

  • Students have to be familiar with the syllabus
  • Create a strategic plan to study for the exam, like a time table
  • Gather the best-recommended study books
  • Writing notes while studying goes a long way
  • Taking small breaks while studying will help the student maintain focus for a longer time
  • Revising the signs will help in sharpening the memory
  • Don’t starve yourself while studying. Try to maintain a healthy diet.

If all candidates practice these tips, they become more confident of appearing for the exam.