If you are aiming to pursue a medical course from a good medical college in India then it is imperative for you to seek professional guidance to prepare thoroughly for the medical entrance examination. While there are several institutes that have been preparing students for this Entrance Examination for years, many more offering a new mode of training have surfaced off late. These institutes offer NEET online preparation programs to reach out to students living in every nook and corner of the country.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), that replaced the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) last year, is conducted to select candidates for MBBS and BDS courses in medical colleges across the country. Thousands of students appeared for the NEET examination last year and several thousand have registered to appear for NEET 2017. It takes a lot of hard work and determination to get through a tough competitive examination such as this. So, all those of you planning to appear for this exam must ensure your NEET 2017 preparation is done the right way in order to get into your dream college.
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:
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.
The Exam preparation for NEET should begin two years prior 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 to exam preparation for neet.
Exam Preparation for 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.
It is a good idea to jot down points simultaneously as you read your lessons to by heart them. This does not only help you learn more quickly and retain it for long but also helps prepare a ready reckoner that you can refer to at the time of revision. Here are a few things that you should keep in mind as you sit to write down points and prepare notes for competitive examinations such as JEE Main Exam and Olympiads:
In addition to the MBBS course, the selection of students for postgraduate and diploma programmes at the Goa Medical College (GMC) will also be done on the basis of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) from the year 2017.
A notification about the amendment of policy for admission process to post-graduate degree and diploma courses at the Goa Medical College was issued last month. Until this year, the admission to postgraduate seats at the Goa Medical College was being given on the basis of the marks secured by the students in their MBBS final year.
As per Rule 3 of the amended rules, “The order of merit for admission to post-graduate degree/diploma courses shall be based on state-wise merit secured by the eligible applicants at NEET-PG examination for the concerned academic year.”
So the students will have to go through tough competition to secure seats for post graduate courses too.
Since GMC is a state run college, this year round it got the advantage of the central government ordinance that exempted government medical colleges from giving admissions to MBBS degree courses via National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. However, from year 2017 it will be providing admission to the medical courses through NEET.
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