NEET UG 2019 on May 5; Here’s last week preparation plan for MBBS & BDS entrance exam

NEET UG 2019 on May 5; Here’s last week preparation plan for MBBS & BDS entrance exam
PriyamDave | Apr 26, 2019 - 5:38 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, April 26: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is going to be conducted on May 5, 2019. Since, just a week is left for the national medical entrance exam, many students might get confused regarding the topics they should focus on. To make the last minute preparation easier for NEET aspirants, Careers360 brings to you the chapter-wise subjects and books which they can prefer for revision. Also, the advice on preparations tips by experts from leading coaching institutes are provided for the convenience of students.

1. NEET 2019 last minute preparation tips by experts

Talking about the last minute preparations, Dr. Anshuman Agarwal, Biology head of Resonance said that, “It is just a game of confidence in the end. Candidates who have prepared for undergraduate entrance exam with an optimal effort should always think positive with a broad smile on their face.”

Being the common medical entrance exam, NEET is considered to be the most competitive exam for admission to around 93,919 MBBS and BDS, AYUSH and veterinary courses offered by the government, private, deemed and central universities in India. From the current academic year, qualifying NTA NEET is mandatory for aspirants who wish to get MBBS/BDS admissions outside India.

With more than 15.19 aspirants appearing for medical admissions, the pre-exam stress is undeniable. However, the Allen Kota director, Mr. Brajesh Maheshwari advised to take proper 7-8 hours sleep and good care of health. No need to take the burden of new topics, instead try strengthening the topics you have prepared for. Check out all the key points you made whilst your year long NEET preparations. During these days, try to communicate with your parents and teachers about the stress you are going through.

2. Important chapters to focus on

Since, the question paper contains 180 questions asked from Physics, Chemistry and Biology, the experts have recommended the subject-wise chapters which each aspirant must go through a few days before the exam. Surendra Babu Vikarma, the executive dean of Sri Chaitanya suggested the topics from each Chemistry, Physics and Biology which can be revised, also be a strategy to attempt the question during the exam.

Tips for Chemistry:

Mr. Surendra asked students to keep in mind that each correct answer carries four marks, while for every incorrect response, one mark will be deducted. With this point, they must start attempting the strongest concepts first and leave the rest for longer time at last.

Check the important topics which you can focus during the last week preparation of NEET.

  1. Atomic structure

  2. State of matter

  3. Chemical Equilibrium

  4. Ionic Equilibrium

  5. Thermodynamics

Tips to prepare for Physics:

Executive Dean of Sri Chaitanya says that, the majority of questions in Physics are based on the concept of subject, thus NEET registered aspirants must strengthen their concepts. Believing that Physics being a subject which decides the rank of a test taker, he suggests to attempt the Physics part carefully, especially while reading the questions and doing the calculations.

Some important topics from Physics, which should be revised in-depth are:

  1. Atoms

  2. Geometrical Optics

  3. Electrostatics

  4. Thermodynamics

  5. Current Electricity

Preparation tips for Biology:

Since, Biology section contains 90 questions in the pen and paper based exam, thus this should be the strongest part of candidates. They should start their NEET biology 2019 section first and try to complete it in fifty minutes to an hour, to preserve time for Physics and Chemistry.

Here are the list of important topics of Biology which can be prepared in the last week.

  1. Living World

  2. Reproduction

  3. Biology in Human Welfare

  4. Human Physiology

  5. Plant Physiology

3. Common mistakes to avoid

The norms which has been specified by National Testing Agency (NTA) should be followed strictly followed on the D-day, as stated by Shailendra Maheshwari, director of Career Point. He also suggests that students must keep the things ready which is to be carried, a night before the exam. Some of the mistakes which Mr. Maheshwari has found common among the students and should be eradicated are:

  • No other documents except NEET admit card/passport size photograph/valid ID proof/PwD certificate should be carried at the test centre.

  • It should be noted that no arrangements will be made at the centre to keep the belonging to an aspirant.

  • Pen and rough sheet will be provided in the exam hall.

  • At the beginning of exam, aspirants must stay calm and go through the questions carefully.

  • Candidates should not waste a lot of time in tricky questions. Try to solve them later with alternate method rather than using long calculations.

A day before NEET 2019

A night sleep and healthy diet is essential, which is usually neglected during the preparations, especially before the exam. With a common thought, all experts suggests candidates to take at least 7 to 8 hours of stress-free sleep. Also, parents are advised to keep a track of their ward’s health and diet.

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