Medical aspirants should prepare themselves during lockdown. This provides you with extra time to make yourself confident.

1) Make NEET Preparation Practical Timetable 2020
Manage syllabus by dividing into sections.
Make a small goal every day designating equal time to each topic.
Try to follow it regularly.
2) Prepare According to the Latest NEET Topics and Syllabus
Go according to the syllabus and not beyond that.
Important Topics to Focus on for NEET 2020
Physics – Optics, Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Thermodynamics

Chemistry – General Organic Chemistry, Mole Concept, Periodic Table, Coordination Chemistry, Chemical Bonding

Biology – Genetics, Ecology & Environment, Cell Biology, Morphology, Basics of Biotechnology, Reproduction, Physiology of Animals & Plants

3) Maintain Practice Regularity
Follow the daily table which makes practice constant.
Start by a few questions and increase to 90 questions daily.
Practice with time to increase speed.
Keep weak topics and difficult questions on target.
4) Refer Various Good Study Material
Go for reputed NEET preparation books
Ask teachers about references, books, online material etc.
Keep NCERT books handy for preparation.
Bookmark important questions
5) Attempt Full-Length Mock Tests
Go for online and offline Mock tests.
6) Focus More on Weak Topics
Previous 7-year exam papers are a good way to know your current position.
Constantly work on poor topics.
No need to mug up topics. This creates confusion and anxiety.
Prepare Short Notes for Revision
7) Make Revision Easy Through Short Notes
Make a folder of short notes covering different topics.
Use diagrams, flow charts, headings etc.
Make a list of diagrams and derivations for quick revision.
Don’t forget to bookmark the topics.
8) Stay Away from Guesswork
Accuracy is everything or negative marking can defeat you. So, make sure you strengthen knowledge.
Analyze your mistakes in mock test papers.
Make a good strategy to eliminate options in confusing questions.
Prevent yourself from answering random guesses for tough questions.
9) Study in Fixed Time Slots
Keep mind fresh by studying for 1 to 1.5 hours and taking some break in between.
Make different time slots to dedicate to each topic without making it uncomfortable.
Maintain good concentration while revision.
10) Health is Priority
No need to take the stress.
Complete sleeping hours.
Take proper food at the appropriate time.
Do meditation. It increases concentration and makes you calm.
Be positive about your exam preparation and build confidence in each topic. This is a stressful time but you can change the game by working hard.

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