National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is a type of the competitive examinations which open the gates to not only to leading medical and dental colleges of the country but abroad also. Almost all the students who complete their high school education from science stream appear for NEET to get admission in government and private medical colleges.
In the current pandemic scenario, the nation is under lockdown due to which the educational institutions are closed and there is an extension in conducting the entrance examinations. Considering the positive side of the current situation it is wise to say that a crisis can be an opportunity to learn and develop learning skills. Many online learning platforms are available these days providing virtual classroom ambience along with notes, online classes, expert suggestions, mock tests etc helping students to prepare themselves for the entrance exams.
Following are the expert opinions for the students preparing for NEET 2022
Syllabus acknowledgement– from the very beginning the students must have complete knowledge of syllabus and exam pattern for NEET. However, the board and NEET syllabus is somewhat similar but the pattern of questions asked is quite different.
So, it’s obvious that while studying for board the students develop a conceptual understanding of the topics and now is the time to utilize for practising questions from the previous year NEET question papers on daily basis. This practice can help the students to focus on better results.
Attempting to regular mock tests– students must take regular mock tests to know about their strengths and weaknesses and also to evaluate their preparation. These tests help students to work in their weak areas. Not only this but the NEET mock tests cover the whole updated syllabus and is based on the latest examination pattern.
Time management– it is the most important component of any kind of competitive exam as better is the time management of the student during the test more are the chances of passing the test successfully. Therefore, NEET aspirants must focus on time managing skills which can only be achieved by dedicated practice and question-solving.
Healthy lifestyle– stress related to passing the test can undermine one’s health and therefore students should take short breaks during their study hours and need to adopt health lifestyle modifications i.e. eating a balanced diet, drinking plenty of water, taking appropriate sleep and so on. In light of the present situation, health maintenance becomes more crucial.