National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) , conducted to select students for various private and government medical colleges across the country is considered to be one of the toughest medical entrance examinations across the globe. Lacs of students appear for this examination each year but only a few among them are able to crack the exam and secure a seat in their dream medical college. Enrolling at a good coaching institute, referring good guidebooks, giving mock tests and revising regularly are among few things required to get through this exam however these shall be of no help if you do not take care of the essential points mentioned below. Here are few NEET 2018 exam day guidelines to perform well in the exam:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 is just two days away and the anxiety among the candidates appearing for the same is bound to be soaring high at this time. And if you think this shall come to rest as these candidates are out of the examination hall then you are mistaken. The stress levels increase further after the candidates give the exam as there is a lot of speculation about how they performed. In order to put this speculation to end, Etoosindia shall be releasing NEET 2018 answer keys and video solutions within few hours of the exam. Here is how these shall be drafted and how they will help the candidates:
With just about few days left for NEET 2018, it is essential for you to know how to make the most of this time for effective preparation. Here are some NEET 2018 last minute preparation tips to help you crack this difficult medical entrance examination:
- Revise Repeatedly
Revision is the key to effective learning. It is suggested to revise your chapters repeatedly in order to be thorough with them. Do not refer to your guidebooks or other study material at this time. This is the time to read and revise from your hand written notes.
- Solve Numerical
In a recent announcement, the Ministry of Health and Family shared its decision of giving a relaxation of 15% in the NEET PG and NEET Super Speciality (SS) cut-off percentile. The cut-off percentile of both these exams has been reduced by 15%. The decision has been made in an attempt to fill the PG seats and avoid wastage of seats like last year. It is said that around 5% seats in NEET PG and NEET SS remained vacant last year.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued the dress code and list of barred items for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018. Candidates appearing for this medical entrance exam must take a note of these points and follow them strictly to avoid any problem on the examination day:
Dress Code for NEET 2018
Here is a look at the NEET 2018 dress code set by CBSE for both male and female candidates:
Dress Code for Male Candidates
- Light-coloured clothes
- Jeans/ trousers with half sleeves shirt only
A lot has been written on how to strategies NEET 2018 preparation to fetch good marks. However, not much has been shared about the mistakes students make during the preparation process that keeps them from cracking the exam. Here are few common mistakes to avoid during NEET 2018 preparation:
- Counting the Number of Study Hours
Many students focus on the number of hours they are studying during a day instead of focusing on the amount of syllabus they are covering each day. They feel that studying for 8-10 hours a day means investing good time to their studies. Instead they must focus on the chapters they have learnt during that time. Rather than preparing a time table that focuses on the number of study hours they must focus on how many topics to cover in a particular day.
The much awaited NEET Admit Card 2018 has finally been released after a lot of speculation about its release date. The NEET Admit Card 2018 has been released on the 17th of April. The same can be downloaded via online mode. Read on to know more about NEET Admit Card 2018.
Steps to Download NEET Admit Card 2018
Here is a look at the procedure to download NEET Admit Card 2018:
It is important to understand the NEET 2018 question paper pattern properly in order to prepare thoroughly for the exam and crack it like a pro. Candidates who have a clear idea about the examination pattern beforehand have an edge over those who are clueless about the same. So, if you haven’t yet checked what NEET 2018 question paper pattern would be like then read on to find out about it.
NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern
Here is a detailed look at the NEET 2018 paper pattern:
- NEET 2018 paper shall be conducted in offline mode that is pen and paper based.
NEET 2018 is just a month away and we believe your examination preparations must be in full swing. We are here to amp your NEET preparation process by providing few simple yet effective last month strategies. Read on:
- Manage Time Efficiently
It is suggested to manage your time efficiently during this time. Prepare a schedule that includes few hours for revision and the rest for giving mock tests and working on your weak areas. Prioritize your tasks daily and work accordingly to make optimum use of the time left.
- Revise and Re-Revise
The last date to apply for National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) undergraduate programs has been extended till 12th March 2018. Earlier it was 9th March 2018. Candidates can now apply for this medical entrance examination by 12th March 2018, 5: 30 pm. The registration fees for the same can now be submitted by 13th March till 11:50 pm. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the same on 8th March 2018.