With just about 3 months left for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 it is time for all you medical aspirants to gear up. The time is crucial and you cannot afford to waste a single minute if you really aim to crack the exam. Whether you have covered the entire syllabus or are yet to cover it the last 3 months strategy to prepare for NEET shared below should come handy:
Pituitary Gland, a main gland of our body, controls many other glands including the ovaries, thyroid and adrenal glands. Located at the base of the brain (near hypothalamus which is another part of the brain) it is as small as a pea. This gland consists of two main parts:
- Anterior Pituitary – The part at the front of the pituitary gland
- Posterior Pituitary – The part at the back of the pituitary gland
Both these parts exude different hormones and impact different parts of the body. Apart from these, pituitary gland also includes an intermediate part that releases a single hormone. It is basically the stalk via which this gland is connected to hypothalamus.
There have been a lot of speculations about the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Undergraduate (UG) examination date over the last few weeks. Putting an end to all these conjectures, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally announced the date. NEET UG 2017 will be held on the 7th of May across 80 cities.
The online application forms for NEET 2017 were out yesterday that is the 31st of January 2017 and need to be submitted by the 1st of March. The examination shall be conducted at 1,500 centres in different parts of the country and more than 10 lakh medical aspirants are expected to appear for the same.
The application forms for NEET UG 2017 are finally out and the last date announced for the submission of the same is March 1. You must be very cautious while filling up the form so that it doesn’t get rejected or you don’t have to waste time correcting it. Here are a few things that should help you fill the online application form accurately:
You must be at least 17 and maximum 25 years old in order to be eligible to appear for this exam.
You should have cleared the class 12th exams from a recognized institute.
You should not have appeared for the exam thrice already.
AIIMS entrance exam is conducted to select students for different medical courses in the prestigious All India Institutes of Medical Sciences. These are autonomous public medical colleges established to provide higher education. If you are planning to appear for AIIMS 2017 then the subject wise tips shared for the preparation of the same should be helpful:
The physics section is said to be the toughest of all. You need to have a clear understanding of the concepts in order to get through it. If you are thorough with your NCERT then more than half your preparation is done. Besides, the key to score good in this section is to practice as much as you can. Revise and re-revise the theoretical part and solve as many equations as you can to master it.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, is held to shortlist candidates for graduate and postgraduate medical courses in private and government colleges across the country. Lakhs of students appear for this exam each year but only a few are able to seek admission in their dream college. If you are planning to appear for NEET 2017 then here is all you need to know about the upcoming exam:
- The application form for NEET 2017 isn’t out yet. Though there is no notification about it on the official website www.cbseneet.nic.in it is likely to be out soon probably in the last week of January.
The preparation for NEET should begin two years prior to the exam and if you really wish to crack it then you must study with dedication from the very beginning. The last few days are however a lot more crucial and must thus be planned more efficiently. Here are 9 things to do in the last few days before NEET:
1. Review Your Syllabus
The very first thing you must do is to review your syllabus so as to ensure that you have covered all the topics.