NEET 2021: NEET is the first step to make a career in the medical field. Therefore, more and more every year students show their interest in this exam. Even a disaster like the Corona epidemic did not reduce the tendency of people towards Neet. But due to the wild increase in corona infection cases, there is a large possibility that the government may postpone the NEET 2021 exam. However, this is yet to be officially confirmed.
NEET 2021 is proposed to be held on 1 August 2021. But the application forms for this exam have not been released yet. Therefore, there is a high probability that the NEET examination in August is postponed to September. The conditions that Corona has created at present have greatly hampered the preparation for the NEET exam, students are not able to go to coaching during this time. But if students use their time properly and use effective strategy then they can perform better in NEET.
Follow these strategies for a good score in NEET 2021
1- Understand the exam pattern: It is very important to understand the exam pattern to score well in the exam. This helps you get maximum marks. Tick the questions that are being asked continuously in the previous exams. Mark the topics of previous exam-related questions as well. Prepare through NEET Solved Paper and Question Bank.
2- Choosing the right books for a high score is essential: When you give a lot of time to prepare for your NEET exam, then it is also important that the study material is authentic and useful. Therefore, with the help of a senior student or teacher, select the study material. Study in-depth the chapters and topics along with the solved papers.
3- Create a timetable: By creating a timetable, you will be able to set a certain time for the preparation of every subject. Also, you will be able to give more time to the weak section. Apart from this, time can also be taken for exercise and recreation from the timetable.
4-Solve previous year’s papers: A better strategy is to solve previous year’s exam papers to score well in any competitive exam. By doing this, you become familiar with the types of questions/topics/trends. Solving old question papers boosts your confidence and reduces stress during the exam.