How to Prepare for NEET 2021?

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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Under Graduate (NEET-UG) is scheduled to be held in the month of May in 2021. Currently conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), it is a gateway for admission into undergraduate medical courses (MBBS) and dental courses (BDS) in the top institutions of the nation, admitting more than 66,000 students witnessing up to 14lakh applicants in this phase in 2019 and expecting over 16 lakh in 2020. With the year 2020 wrapped in uncertainty, it has now become very important for the aspirants to be serious with their NEET Preparation for the upcoming year i.e., 2021.

Before appearing for the examination, the students need to check their eligibility based on nationality, qualifying exam, qualifying marks and age limit. The next important criteria in NEET Preparation is the NEET Syllabus and the weightage of different chapters. Students enrolled in coaching institutions get assistance while self-studying students will need to identify the proper study materials i.e, the various NEET Online Coaching options available. NEET DLP has evolved from a few textbooks to a complete curriculum by itself covering Video Lectures for NEET, Study Materials, Doubt Clearance, Mock Tests, Question Banks etc.

After enrolling in a good platform, it is very important to make a proper roadmap to achieve the goal i.e., a timetable. Some platforms like Kaysons help you tailor your timetable to prepare for the exam keeping in account your preparation level in various aspects. NEET Preparation must give importance to both solidifying the grip in strong chapters and working on the weaker chapters. While preparing for the marathon, it is important to make a daily timetable, weekly timetable and monthly timetable. This enables to keep in track of the long term and short term goal equally well.

While studying subjects, it is important to prepare notes while watching the NEET Video Lectures for the revision phase, marking important questions, tips & tricks, doubts etc. These above mentioned platforms also provide doubt clearance which should be utilised efficiently. While studying a concept, it is equally important to practice from the question bank to consolidate the understanding of the topic. There should be ample time left in the timetable to revise the important topics. The next phase must include revising old questions and attempting mock tests to get acquainted with the actual exam pattern. In NEET Preparation, NCERT books are your friends and hence must not be ignored at any cost. Alongside these, it is important to not follow too many books and rather only the curated study modules must be relied upon.

With the choice of the proper NEET Online Coaching for NEET Preparation, deliberate practice concerning weightage of chapters, and revision while taking care of the health, the hectic task can be simplified as well. The platforms offer all the features to prepare hassle-free for the exam and if the above points are well noted, NEET Preparation can be way less hectic than it is made to appear.

Manas Kapoor

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