NEET 2016 Topper’s Preparation Tips– Aspirants remain in dilemma and try to figure out the best way to qualify the medical entrance exam, primarily NEET. Considering the issues of the aspirants, we have summed up the interviews of the NEET 2016 Topper, Het Sanjay Shah, published on various media channels and web portals and list the important preparation tips and strategy, so that you can ace the exam with good marks. He has also attained AIR 4 in AIIMS exam.
Focussing on the well-said quote, “Practice makes a man perfect”, NEET 2016 Topper Het Shah has shared some useful and to be followed NEET 2016 Topper’s Preparation Tips and their success mantra to crack NEET 2017 Exam with good marks.
Sharing his journey, he mentioned that he has devoted almost 05-06 hours in a day for self—study, apart from coaching institute and school, and specifically in the morning time. Alongside, he prepares a task manager on every day and tries to follow the same strictly. This task manager comprised the topics that have to cover on a particular day.
He gave preference to the weak topics and for identifying them, online test and the mock test is the best option. He makes the notes of mistakes and trickiest questions.
Mentioning about the pattern and the question, he said that the maximum number of the questions were from NCERT and the person who has focused on the basic concepts provided in the NCERT will surely grab a seat in premium medical college.
For helping the aspirants, according to his preparation style, he has mentioned some stated some important points. If you are also preparing for NEET Exam then read the steps to adopt a productive preparation strategy.
Biology is basically a theoretical subject hence, it requires multiple readings and to get the concepts, NCERT books are the best source. In 2016, the complete question paper of AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam was from NCERT. Hence, it is advised to aspirants to not leave any topic from NCERT, whether small or major.
He stated that “It is important to have clear basic concepts. Many candidates expect complex questions in entrance tests. This is not true. Most problems are based on core concepts. Aspirants must read NCERT books thoroughly, before studying anything else.”
Chemistry is subdivided into Organic and Inorganic chemistry.
Organic Chemistry is all about reactions, nomenclatures and named reactions. Preparing for this section needs focused mind and lots of memorisation. The best way to get maximum marks in this section is preparing short notes and revise them. The more you repeat better will be your chance to crack the exam.
Inorganic Chemistry is more informative, hence to good knowledge of the concepts is necessary. Follow the below tips to get good marks in this section.
No doubt, Physics is the trickiest section among all and it is toughest for biology students as the give least emphasis of numerical. Hence, preparing for physics is utmost important otherwise, it can be the biggest loss for your preparation.
To ace this section, the aspirant should have a good hold over numerical and speed. So, solving one or two is not enough. Solve different numerical from different source books.
Important Preparation Tips
Immediate resolution of queries– During self-study, there may be some phases where you forget the answer, then no worries just check the concepts again. Moreover, if you encounter any tricky numerical then do not hesitate to ask your queries. You can also make notes of the topics and questions and get the solution next class but never skip it. Because skipping the topic or numerical enhances your chances of failure.
Should Have self-control– Currently, there are lots of distractions available such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and much more. Students are more engrossed in increasing followers and friends on social media as if it is their primary goal. While preparing for the NEET Entrance Exam, it is a must to take a break from these social networking platforms. To avoid these distractions, one must have a self-control and should keep the devices like mobile, laptop, etc. away while studying.
Talk to parents- The best stress booster is sharing your thoughts and making a constructive conversation with your parents. Hence, whenever you need some break and relaxation from your hectic schedule, talk to your parents or siblings.
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