“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney
In the context of India’s most difficult medical entrance examination i.e. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), to score great marks demands extraordinary preparation, dedication, a lot of practice and many more factors, of course. If you have ever thought of donning in white jacket with a stethoscope around the neck, you have got to be very stringent with your NEET preparation strategy. And honestly speaking, cracking NEET and scoring more than 600 marks is not that easy. The applicant needs to understand the number – 600, first.
Have an Analytical Mind – The NEET Exam Pattern 2019:
How can you score without a proper plan? Since you are looking forward to the ways of how to score good marks in NEET, you must understand that there are three subjects carrying 720 marks in total. All questions will be objective type. There will be 180 MCQs. You must get 150 questions correct. One incorrect answer would result in the deduction of 1 mark. We mean to say that there is negative marking scheme for NEET exam. Hence, the plan, the strategy and the technique should be precise and perfect. In case, you are confused about a couple of answers better attempt 165 MCQs and be on the safer side.
Meticulous Practice for Physics & Chemistry, Soft Practice for Biology:
Speaking of the subjects and their scoring records, it has been observed that Physics is the toughest paper, followed by Chemistry (it is also considered as the scoring subject). For Biology, you can get little lenient.
Study Books and Study Mantra:
Instead of stressing on many books, follow a few, yet simple materials and stand out in the exam. NCERT books are highly recommended by previous years’ NEET toppers. Materials from NCERT are simple and help establish a strong foundation. Moreover, students who are well-familiarised with the syllabus of Class 11th and 12th get an edge over others.
How many hours a day do NEET aspirants spend on studying? Some say, 15 hours; others say, 12 hours. This means there are no fixed hours of study. If you are in a good mood and feel like studying for long hours, go ahead with it. You will be able to remember more. It is always better to study one hour with your heart and soul in it than studying aimlessly for 8 hours.