Published: 20th December 2018
NEET 2019: Here are some of the best tips and tricks to successfully prepare on your own
Candidates planning to prepare for NEET at home must be familiar with the syllabus of NEET 2019. Here are some tricks through which you can successfully crack NEET
Preparing for NEET 2019 without the assistance of a coaching centre sure is a tough and puzzled path to follow. Therefore it requires a lot of hard work from the candidates. Self-study is the most important aspect in order to crack NEET. Here are some of the methods through which one can successfully prepare for NEET 2019, from home and on their own.
Know the syllabus first
Candidates planning to prepare for NEET at home must be familiar with the syllabus of NEET 2019 before rushing headlong into the vast range of subjects that it includes. One also has to be well versed with the topics that are covered under the syllabi of other states in the country as well. Following this, make a note of the topics that are not covered in your board syllabus and club them in order to prepare for NEET 2019.
Make a timetable that you should follow every day
An effective timetable will allow you to bifurcate time so that it leaves an equal amount of time for each section. Therefore, one must follow a timetable over a long period of time which will teach you to discipline yourself and thus get you closer to your aim of cracking the NEET exam.
Always start from the basics
This has been a piece of all-time advice to all the candidates preparing for NEET. All aspirants are required to have the basic understanding of concepts and then have in-depth knowledge of topics. Your Class 11 and 12 textbooks sure will be your best friends in order to begin your preparations at home.
Solve quizzes and take mock tests
When you go to the exam hall, it should not be your first time that you see a NEET question paper. Therefore, taking full-length mock tests is very essential for candidates.
Revise and practice regularly
Since the syllabus of NEET 2019 is vast, revision is very crucial. Even if aspirants have acquired full knowledge about a particular topic, revision is a must. Taking multiple-choice questions also serves to be beneficial.