The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be held on 13th of September. The aspirants have less than a month to prepare for this tough and competitive exam. For those of you who started out late in their preparation should study piously from this day on to crack the exam. Now is not the time for anxiety and stressing, it is time for smart preparation. Here is how to prepare for NEET 2020 in one month.
How to prepare for NEET in one month
Devote about 14 hours of a day to studies scattered with small break for an ideal one-month preparation. This will help the aspirants to regularize study schedule and provides ample time to revise the vast syllabus in one month.
Prepare time schedule
Prepare a 30-day schedule and stick it on the wall near your study table. Divide study hours such that you get ample time to cover NEET syllabus, attempt NEET mock test and analyse errors.
Attempt or solve those study materials that is only necessary. There are N number of study materials available in the market. During the last month, it is better to stick to the NCERT textbooks as it contains effective and in-depth knowledge of every topic.
Say goodbye to all sources of distractions like social media, games etc. Use this only as a means for refreshment or as stress busters. Remember to take these stress busters during the study breaks only. The aim is to crack the NEET exam. So, keep that as the main goal. Also, remember that it is for your own benefit that you are restricting yourself from these distractions. Hence, do it cheerfully and willingly. Also, find time for light exercises, yoga or meditation to keep you calm and focused.
While revising chemistry and physics, take 45 random questions in NEET pattern from that unit and try to solve it within 45 minutes. While revising biology, attempt 90 random questions from each unit in 90 minutes. Repeat this strategy for each chapter of each subject. This will help you to get the feel of the real examination as there will be 90 minutes to solve questions from Physics and Chemistry and 90 minutes to solve Biology questions. Once you are done with question-based revision, revise the subjects from NCERT textbooks, modules and other notes prepared by you. Revise as many times as you can.
Attempt as many full-length mock tests as you can by keeping in mind the timing. Try to complete the mock test within three hours to get the hang of the real exam. Also, it helps to increase your speed and accuracy. Analyse your performance after every mock test. Take note of your weak areas and work on them during the revision time. Also, keep note of the regularly occurring mistakes and revise them before exams to avoid repetition of the mistakes.
Getting a good night’s sleep is as important as any other step you take to achieve your goal. Try to catch at least 6-8 hours of good sleep.
This article is for those who want to prepare for NEET exam in one month as best as they can. Ensure that you do not take too much of stress and remain confident your preparation before attempting the examination.