The NEET 2017 exam is approaching fast as the clock ticks and this time is really crucial for all the high school medical aspirants as they commonly found themselves struggling with the conflicts among their own priorities. The challenge is to keep preparing for the board exam and to maintain the momentum for the NEET preparation as well. This may seem too much but with the right planning and execution it can be achieved.
When preparing for the board exam it is important to remember that the preparation for these exams will complement the NEET exam.
Board exam have already begun and now is the high time for students to maximize their performance. Most of students must already have identified their weak areas in week prior to the board exam and the gap between two board exams is an opportune moment to get a grip on those topics.
Between two board exams there is a gap of 5 to 10 days and the key lies in utilizing these days to their maximum. Students should spend first two days of gap on strengthening the weak area and in the remaining period they should focus on complete thorough revision of the course. Feel relaxed on the day prior to the exam but put in a lot of effort on other days and leave no stone un-turned.
Study session must be a good jam of theory, problem solving and revision of the topics. Revision should also include the questions from the previous 5 year examinations.
Dedicated problem solving study session will help students to feel confident about their NEET preparation especially in subjects like chemistry and physics. And on the day prior to the exam feel stress free and if you don’t know how to do that then please refer to the post…