Five quick revision strategies for NEET 2022 aspirants
Here is it some tips to crack neet entrance exam with in months if you didn’t start till today and you want to crack neet here we are sharing some tips to get the marks more than 500+
NEET or the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is one of the most difficult entrance exams in India, for which lakhs of students appear every year. Amongst all those who appear, only a few get a preferred seat in their desired medical college. Students who fail to crack the exam usually choose to make another attempt. As the number of seats is limited in this examination, every aspiring student must be prepared well in advance.
To ace this highly competitive exam, it is important for students to revise all the important concepts strategically.
The syllabus of NEET is vast, and it consists of multiple concepts from different subjects like physics, chemistry, botany, and zoology that need to be understood and retained in mind. An effective revision strategy can be made by making a schedule for the syllabus of each subject,
NEET preparation involves the syllabus of Classes 11th and 12th, for which NCERT books are essential. NCERT books must be used for revision, as they help with understanding the concepts in a better way.
The following points can be followed for quick and effective revision.
1. BRUSH UP ALL THE BASIC CONCEPTS
The basic concepts of all the subjects, which are, physics, chemistry, zoology, and botany need to be brushed up before the examination. As students, we know our weak areas which need to be focused upon and rectified before the examination. Jot down the keywords and concepts of every chapter and use these notes for reference and revision.null
2. PRACTICE REGULARLY
“Practice makes a man perfect.” Students need to practice questions for all subjects rigorously. Formulae and their application are especially important in physics and chemistry. Candidates need to be well versed with concepts and their applications.
For botany and zoology, students need to have a clear understanding of various biological processes, and they must be thorough with scientific names, floral formulae, diagrams, and concepts.
3. TRAFFIC SIGNAL STRATEGY
Just like the three lights of a traffic signal, red, yellow, and green, students can use these colour codes to label topics/ concepts while revising. The topics which do not require further revision can be marked with a green colour.
The topics that require another round of revision can be marked with the yellow colour, while topics that need extensive revision can be marked with the red colour. Students can also colour topics/ concepts based on priority. With only a few days left for the examination, students will be aware of topics that need to be prioritised.null
4. PRACTISING PAST YEARS’ QUESTION PAPER AND MOCK TESTS
Solving question papers from past years and appearing for timed mock tests is the best way to gain insights into the types of questions, the difficulty of questions, and the importance of topics. Before the examination, it is best that students avoid reading books repeatedly, and instead practice questions as much as possible.
These practice sessions are essential in training ourselves for efficient time management. The best outcomes can be achieved if the practice is conducted in the same simulated environment as the examination hall.
5. EAT HEALTHILY, TAKE REST, AND BE INVOLVED IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
It is most important to take care of ourselves physically. Students must take a balanced diet, ensure at least six to eight hours of sleep, and be involved in some physical activity to keep them healthy. A healthy mind can only reside in a healthy body.
Now that you have some tips to ace the examination, we wish you the best, and hope that you achieve success in achieving your goals