Few last minute prep tips for NEET takers

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Few last minute prep tips for NEET takers

Future doctors, we hope you are not fretting about your NEET exam to be conducted on Sunday, May 7, 2017. With just two days left for the exam, you can’t improve your level of preparation at this point in time, but you can surely follow some tips to ensure that you put your best foot forward on the D-day.

NEET 2017 entrance examination serves as the gateway to all the medical institutes of the country except AIIMS and JIPMER (that conduct separate entrances) for admissions to MBBS and BDS programs. Check out the top medical colleges of the country. CBSE had scrapped AIPMT and other medical entrances last year introducing NEET as the common entrance examination to MBBS and BDS courses. Read our blog on NEET 2017 where every aspect of exam has been thoroughly covered. This year, admissions will be made in All India Quota Seats, State Government Quota Seats, State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University and Central Pool Quota Seats. NEET 2017 will be conducted across 80 cities in more than 1500 centers. This year the number of exam takers is expected to be more than 9 lakh.

We are sharing a few last minute tips and tricks through this post that every medical aspirant must follow to beat the competition in NEET 2017–

  • Every exam taker must read and follow the instructions provided in the admit card carefully. There are a set of rules regarding the dress code of candidates, the reporting time, the items that are allowed to be carried to the examination center and so on. Students must take the print out of their admit card and IDs and must carry them to their respective centers.
  • Don’t start with a new topic. Just don’t! Revise what you already have studied. A quick glance through important topics and previous year questions is suggested at this hour.
  • Eat and sleep well. Spend quality time with family and friends. Go out for a walk, exercise a bit if possible. Don’t study for long hours in a single go, take short breaks in between. Correct exam temperament must be maintained. As we all mind works the best when it is at peace.

Take this and every exam as an opportunity and not as a matter of success or failure. Work hard without thinking about the outcome. Just remember that sincerity and hard work always pay in the long run.

All the best! Be as good as you are!

 

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