We all know that exams are not easy in this competitive era. NEET exam is one of the toughest exams to clear but for getting the best result any student need to have the best strategy and proper planning so that he/she can attempt the exams without stress and get the best output out of it.
Analyze and make a plan:
Before staring the preparation, it is important that a candidate should gather all the details about the exam. For example, what is the syllabus and how to deal with all the chapters, paper pattern, and exam date, etc. so that they can plan accordingly
Find your strength and weakness:
Proper planning is required everywhere for the best outcome. Aspirants should devise a study schedule. Figure out the chapters in which you are weak and make the plan accordingly to make it your strength. Keep some fixed time for studying for your entrance exam in your daily routine. Prepare agenda covering all parts of the syllabus and divide in several steps to complete the topic one by one.
Give special focus on the areas you are weak. Best strategy for good result is to priorities the subjects in which you have good interest because you can always perform the best in which you have a feeling of getting involved. Focus first on the topics in which you are good and is of your interest but don’t forget that the topics in which you are weak, those topics are also required to prepare conceptually.
Revise all the topics:
Revision must be done properly to the perfection and confidence.
Practice with mock tests and previous papers:
Knowledge is treasure, but practice is the key to it. For improving your skill, knowledge and performance, candidates should practice with mock test and it will definitely improve their overall performance. Practicing mock test will help you to evaluate yourself so that you can improve. Also solve previous papers, it will boost your confidence and you will become more efficient in time management.
Evaluate your mistakes and rectify it:
After solving mock tests and previous year’s papers evaluate your mistakes, find the common denominator, check whether you are weak at any particular topic then re study and practice that part to rectify and score higher in the examination.