NEET 2020 exams are now closer with just a few days left and this is the time when you need to strengthen your preparation very well. To help you prepare strategically, ALLEN Career Institute shared the final strategy for NEET 2020 in last 5 days.
To follow this strategy, we has mentioned three important points that you have to follow.
Follow the Block Strategy of CAPS -84
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This is the time to focus on your strengths. You don’t have enough time to do the block strategy completely, which is why now your focus should only be on your strengths. Focus on your class notes and the questions of the topics where you think you had made some mistakes.
Review PYQs & Old Test Papers
Review all the PYQs and the old test papers you have attempted. Check the questions thoroughly to see what type of mistakes you had made in them. Look for the silly mistakes and understand what caused them at the first place. Sir states that as JEE Main 2020 exam papers are proving relatively easy, it is expected that due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the paper could be easy. When paper happens to be easy, you as students tend to increase your speed which ends up in you making silly mistakes. This is why it is important that you review your old mistakes carefully.
Strategic Revision from NCERT
In the last 5 days, focus on doing strategic revision from NCERT. Do a quick scan of the NCERT almost every day. You should spend at least 4-6 hours on NCERT and the review should be done at least 3-4 times. If possible, you can invest 2 hours each on Physics, Chemistry and Biology for NCERT review. However, if your preparation is thorough then you can give 1 hours each to Chemistry and Biology and spend more time on Physics as there are more numerical, concept application, and experiment application. Do all the examples and experimental analysis as given in the NCERT. Don’t leave your weak topics, do focus on your strengths and do NCERT reading regularly for the last 5 days.
If you take care of the above points, you will be able to give the exams well and get the desired results while also avoiding the chances of silling mistakes.