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Yesterday Dr Nishank our HRD Minister announced that the NEET2020 exam scheduled on 26th of July is now rescheduled to 13th September.It was not unexpected because the situation as it is panning out, it is quite clear that holding such a large exam of 15-16 Lakh students on a single day throughout the country is impossible.
But still this is heartbreaking specially for those students who are preparing very hard and were really geared up to realize the dream of becoming a doctor by cracking the exam on 26th of July.
Now you must be wondering how will I prepare the next 70 days as I have already done the syllabus very well , given all tests scored well now what else to do? This article is for all for those who have done well and for those who haven’t prepared so well.Exactly I’m not going to tell any strategy as I am not let me say I’m not a superman or I have a magic formula that it take this one spoon for 70 days and you will become a doctor.
You will have to chalk out your strategy yourself as you know yourself better than anyone else. I will only be suggesting some guidelines that can help you prepare well in the 70 days.
1. Stay Positive
Firstly I’ll say be positive and have self belief , you have to be really positive at this time your family, your friends could sense your positivity and you should be feeling that I’ll make the full use of this extra time, lets say if I was scoring 600 marks don’t worry I will now try for 650+, if I was scoring 450 marks I am thinking that I will have to drop one more year, so now that’s the opportunity ,
now let us try for 600+ score this time. This might be the blessing in disguise for me!
Can you jump from 450 to 600+ ? Yes, why not!
How to do this will try to figure it out
2. Do a Reality Check of Where you Stand Today
Firstly I’ll ask you to prepare a list of all the topics make sure which topics you are good in and which topics are giving you some anxious moments.Before starting the preparation you must be clear what you know at present.
Now for this look at the sample it’s sort of matrix see all the columns and check what you know and what you don’t know.
If any two check boxes are not checked that means the topic is not strong,and now I’ll advise devote the first 15 days in overcoming your weaker areas. Just remember the weakness can be worked in the initial period only because in the last we will only be relying on our strength. Our strengths are only going to fetch us the marks.
If in these 15 days you can add 3-3 more topics in each subject that means effectively you can add nine questions and nine questions means 36 marks and 36 marks means 5% and 5% marks can make or break your chances.
This is easily achievable in these 15 days.
3. Make a Study Schedule and Follow it religiously
Now then make a study timetable and follow it religiously. Apart from this exercise or practice yoga daily for it least 20 to 25 minutes and that too in the first one hour after you wake up in the morning.After waking up do something which makes you sweat and that will is going to definitely give very much positivity to you that will make up your mood and being a bio student you know better than me what it does to your mood.
4. Increase study time gradually
Now since this news might be a heart break for You so I will just say initially start with 7 to 8 hours study and as you progress towards the exam increase it to 8 to 10 hours and then from 10 to 12 hours I myself have never studied more than that so I won’t say study for more than 12 hours.
Not talking about our target let’s say for a student from general category of Rajasthan to get an MBBS seat he needs to aim for at least 600+ marks. The ideal combination for this is score 320+ in biology score 150+ in chemistry and 130+ in physics.
Keeping in mind this combination biology becomes very important because we have to score the max in biology so I will say if you study for 10 hours devote 4 and 1/2 hours or you can say roughly 45% of the time to biology.
Similarly 30 to 35% time to physics and remaining time to chemistry.It’s not necessary that you have to study all three subjects in the same day you can study even one or two but I’ll see at least two subjects in a day must be studied.
Physics is specifically I will say study physics in that time when your mind is more alert more receptive preferably in the morning hours let’s 8 to 11 or 9 to 12 or maybe if you are comfortable in the evening or late night you can do that.
5. Learn from Past but don't live in the Past
If you are weak in one subject don’t make that memory loss so long key it will remain weak it was weak okay learn from your past but don’t live in your past . You have to learn from past not to live in the past. Work on the weakness and try to make it your strength.
6. Patience and Dedication
For getting success in such exams you need four things commitment, dedication, patience and hard work remember dedication and discipline will beat the intelligence and giftedness every day in the week. Have faith in your abilities, there might be a student who was more intelligent was scoring more than your marks in each test but now have a believe that you can chase him you can do better than him.You are not competing with anyone else you’re competing with yourself try to improve that to become a better person more better examination temperament with each passing day.
For detailed subject wise study strategies I will be posting some videos pretty soon.I’ll be talking to my friends who are experts in different subjects to come up with very useful ideas.
7. Tests Frequency
Next I want to discuss about what should be the ideal test frequency now. If you have already given too many test for example NTA has released 47 tests till now then I will say for initial let’s say 3 to 4 weeks give only single test per week and that preferably from that NTA Abhyas app.
No point in giving daily test for example if you’re scoring 500 every time what is the use now it’s time to 1st increase your range first have learn something extra that you can help score more.
For next three weeks give two tests per week preferably one from NTA and one from your institute test series.
For last 3 to 4 weeks you can give 3 to 4 days per week again two from NTA and two from your institute test series.
No need to give more tests than that and just remember give all these tests from 2 to 5, the time that you are going to appear in the NEET examination have your biological clock set in that mode never sleep from 2 to 5 in the day time every day and make your mind receptive at that time practice questions at that time
These are some basic guidelines that I have discussed with you I have not gone into the details .Because I believe it is you who have to devise your own strategy it’s your battle I can only help from outside. I haven’t seen you I haven’t met you once I’m talking gradually I don’t know you are good in chemistry or you are bad in physics I am giving only some suggestions based on my experience and on the basis of what my students have done in all these years thanks for reading.
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