How to Qualify in NEET

What are the possible ways to qualify NEET?

How to Qualify in NEET
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MCI recently proposed NEET as the single stage medical entrance exam. This article discusses the various useful tips to qualify NEET exam.

All suspense are over and finally it has been decided that there will a common entrance test NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) for getting admissions into various private and government Medical colleges of India. NEET is going to replace all other state medical exams along with the most popular exam like AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test). Other popular Medical exams like AFMC, BHU and AMU would also be replaced by NEET. Only medical institutions like AIIMS and JIPMER are allowed to conduct separate medical entrance exam. The main objective of the government to enforce NEET was to reduce the burden and stress of several medical entrance exams from the students. But NEET has also increased the intensity of the competition.

Candidates from all across the country would now compete for the limited number of seats in various Medical colleges of India.

Hence students should prepare well for their exam. Let us see some important tips to prepare and qualify in NEET.

  1. Study NCERT books thoroughly. Every sentence of NCERT books has its own importance. Try to understand each sentence of this book instead of just mugging it up.
  2. Medical students are generally good in Biology. Therefore Chemistry and Physics play a very vital role in deciding the final rank of a candidate. With Biology you can obtain good marks in NEET. But to get better rank, you need to work harder in Chemistry and Physics.
  3. Prepare an ideal routine and follow it strictly. Give attention on each subject. But more priority should be given to that subject in which you are weak.
  4. In Physics focus more on Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current & Electricity, EMI and AC, Optics, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics and Electronics.
  5. In Chemistry concentrate more on chapters like Electrostatics, Solution, Solid State, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Hydrocarbons, Aldehyde & Ketones, Alcohols and Phenols, carboxylic acid, chemical bonding and co-ordination compound.
  6. In Biology focus more on lessons like Reproduction, Genetics, Environment, Animal Kingdom, Plant Physiology and Human Physiology.
  7. Try to solve MCQ every holiday. It will give you an idea of how to attempt question paper in NEET.
  8. Do not study late at night and avoid taking stress of any kind.
  9. Take a complete sleep of at least 8 hours

Note: The Supreme Court of India recently dismissed NEET and hence CBSE will conduct AIPMT in 2014. Government of India has filed a review petition in the court and the verdict of the top court of the country is still pending.

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