This blog is really important for NEET 2021 Aspirants, who are very dedicated to their goal and want to leave no stone unturned when it comes to the preparation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2021.
As per the latest news about NEET 2021, it may be conducted in the next 45 to 60 days. Many aspirants of NEET 2021 are still in a state with an incomplete syllabus and are getting confused about managing the vast syllabus in the remaining time. This blog will explain how you can comfortably manage your content for NEET 2021 and hit the bull’s eye with your best possible deserving capacity.
Each student tends to undergo some or the other kind of stress when the examination is just around the corner—being worried about the syllabus still not completely covered, unsure about the preparation level.
There are many students out there who, on the cancellation of the board exam, have jumped into the preparation for NEET 2021. However, with the exam approaching, these students are concerned about their speed of completing the syllabus and proper revision. There is also a group of students out there who wasted a lot of their time and now wish to fast-track their preparation. But don’t worry, there is still time to get everything in place.
How to give the final shape to the NEET 2021 Preparation
Here is the best possible solution for all your NEET preparation needs.
Firstly, eliminate the stress, release the pressure. Don’t let the pressure of the exam period affect your performance. Lean on a practical approach and focus on winning. Here is a step to step guide that will help you make the most out of this time.
1. Map your class notes with NCERT
Class notes play a very important role; as they are handwritten, they tend to remain in your memory. Now is the time to recall and restore all your self-made notes. Remember, whichever topic you are revising, always pull out your self-made class notes for the ultimate learning. The self-made notes have the magic to bring you in term with even the most complex concept.
While studying, keep on mapping your topic and subtopics from the NCERT and self-made notes. Underline, Highlight. Within one week, you will see that you have developed a speed.
2. Chapter wise PYQs in the sequence of Bock Strategy
Past 20 years PYQ (Previous Years’ Questions) are only necessary; there is no need to go further back in the date. Do not deviate from that; focus on these questions only, along with the continuous mapping. This way, you will start gaining more confidence in basic topics and even complex topics. Try converting your time spent in taking pressure and use that energy to increase productivity.
3. AD Revision Plan
AD stands for alternate days. It would be best if you formed a revision plan based on the alternate day strategy. If you are revising Physics, Biology (Botany) on Monday, you should revise Chemistry and Biology (Zoology), and the cycle continues.
Note: you should fix the time for revision at two hours before sleeping, and you must revise based on the AD Plan. It would be best if you planned to revise what you had studied in the week/prior week. Remember, immediate revision gives the best result—Reattempt the PYQs as a part of the revision plan.
This way, you will be using the 30 days very productively and effectively. These 30 days will boost and align your energy very immensely.
All the best!!
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