India’s No. 1 Online Coaching ‘EtoosIndia’ has got some really exciting news for all NEET Aspirants in Odisha state! Our team of expert faculties from Kota have recently launched courses in complete English language.
NEET exam syllabus is huge and thus, keeping this in mind faculties has done the categorization of courses as:
- Re-script your basics with the First Step
- Amplify concepts with Perfect Theory
- Gain perfection in solving MCQs with Problem-Solving
- Revise with Final Revision
- Brush up your concepts with Final Preparation
Benefits of EtoosIndia NEET English Courses
The popular medical entrance exam National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted twice a year from 2019. This news has created a lot of buzz among students recently. While some students are excited with the news, some are feeling a little bit of pressure. Clearly, scoring well in NEET is no cakewalk. Students need to put in their heart and soul in order to ace this paper. If you are thinking that preparation for this esteemed exam without coaching is impossible then you are mistaken. We have presented below a few tips and tricks on how to study for NEET at home without coaching:
Video-based learning is slowly establishing its foothold in the education industry. Video lectures offer numerous benefits and are thus quite in demand particularly for the preparation of competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET. However, there is also a section of students and parents who are sceptic about opting for this new way of learning. If you too belong to this category then read on to learn about the various benefits of video based learning and decide for yourself:
- Take Lectures Anytime
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:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET 2018 Admit Card release is expected soon. There are speculations that the admit card shall be released this week itself. Like each year, lace of students have filled the application for this medical entrance exam and are eagerly waiting for their admit card which is their ticket to the examination hall.
Brief about NEET Admit Card
Candidates are required to show their NEET 2018 Admit Card in order to get the right to admission to the examination hall. The examiner or other people in the authority may ask the students to show their admit card at any point in time during the examination. Admit card is a proof of authentication of the candidate’s identity and is thus an essential document.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 is just around the corner. It is time to give your 100% to the preparation of this tough entrance exam to secure a seat in top medical institute. These last few weeks must completely be devoted to revision of the NEET syllabus. Now, revision doesn’t just mean going through the entire syllabus again, a thorough revision process involves much more. Here are few final revision tips to help you achieve high score in NEET 2018:
- Identify the Right Time for Revision
The first attempt of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 is just six months away (first exam in February). And with that, we assume that all the medical aspirants are gearing up for revision with NEET crash course. Most of the students must have by now covered the NEET syllabus and will now be focusing on giving a final touch to their preparation.
Here in this post, we have tried to throw some light on NEET crash courses & answered a few questions that students generally are curious to know. Let’s get started without a delay:
Both my parents are in the medical profession. My mother is a dentist and my father is a heart surgeon. Everyone in our family and friend circle had always been pretty sure that I would go for the medical field. They were indeed right. I think it is in my genes. I found the medical field quite fascinating and had decided to enter the same at a very young age.
My daughter, Mishika, has always been good in science. She scored excellent marks in Class X board exams and opted for the science stream. Biology has always been her favourite subject and she aims to enter the medical field. We completely support her decision and have enrolled her at the best coaching institutes for science ever since she was in standard IX.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted each year to select students for BDS and MBBS courses in private and government medical colleges across the country. Medical aspirants require undergoing at least two years of rigorous coaching to get through this exam. With NEET 2018 being held just about four months from now, we are here to give you some effective last minute preparation tips for the exam.
- Revise and Re-Revise