Need for NEET!

NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is an all India level entrance examination which is conducted for the students who wish to apply in any graduate medical course (MBBS), dental course (BDS), or postgraduate course (MD/MS) in government or private medical colleges. NEET has also replaced AIPMT exam in 2016.

Eligibility Criteria for NEET 2019

To appear for the NEET 2019 exam

  • Candidates should be an Indian citizen.

  • The minimum age of the candidates should not be less than 17 years.

  • The candidates should have at least 50% marks in the 12th standard exam.

  • The candidates of reserved category can have 40% marks.

  • Reservation criteria for the candidates is:

                        SC – 15%

                        ST – 7.5%

                        OBC – 27%

                        PH – 3%

So, if you have not started preparing for NEET 2019 then you should start right now. If you have, then well done! And you should know what common mistakes you have to avoid while preparing for NEET.

  1. Lack of interest and concentration

             The first and foremost thing to avoid is having the lack of concentration while studying. Do not commit this mistake. Pay attention to the lectures in schools and colleges. Pay attention to what teacher said and make your own notes instead of borrowing someone else’s work.

  1. Do not ignore NCERT book

             Try not to avoid any topic from NCERT books because each topic of your syllabus is very important. 70% of the questions in the NEET exam come from NCERT so, try to cover each and every topic of NCERT.

  1. Set duration

             As we all know that we should not take time for granted and set time duration for our studies. Before starting your preparation, set time duration for at least 6 months to prepare for the exam.

  1. Avoid too many reference books

             After completing their NCERT books, students turn towards the reference books for further studies. Try to limit the reference books as different reference books have different methods of approach which creates a lot of confusion.

  1. Don’t disturb your sleeping pattern

             It’s okay to be flexible with your study plan but does not sleep for less than 7 hours. Even if you study at night and wake up early while preparing, try to get your sleeping pattern back few days before the exam.

  1. Not taking practice tests

 Apart from studying, aspirants should not avoid taking mock tests as it helps you understand the concept of questions. It also helps in the time management and boosts your confidence.

h4 ExamMATE provides you the  mock tests to practice for the exam. It helps you to fix your knowledge gaps and improve your test taking and time management skills.               

 So, don’t wait, start preparing and get access to the free practice tests provided by us. h4 ExamMATE wishes you all the best.

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