NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is one of the most coveted exams of our country and is also one of the most difficult ones. Every year, lakhs of students appear for this exam with the hopes of grabbing a seat at their dream medical colleges.
With such a high number of students appearing for the exam and a much less number of seats available, it is obvious that the pressure on the students becomes intense before the exam. A great way to reduce or manage the pressure is making proper revision notes especially for the NEET entrance exam and going through them regularly.
Revision notes help with last moment revision, help in collecting our thoughts about a particular topic and make us identify the important points of each topic. However, poor note- making might prove even more harmful and it is, therefore, important to know the correct method of making revision notes.
Keep the following points in mind while making revision notes for your NEET Entrance exam:
Understand Your Learning Style - Each student has a different learning style when it comes to NEET preparation. Some have a strong visual sense and prefer learning through visual media such as pictures/videos/ flowcharts/mappings etc, some others are immensely benefited by learning through simply reading, writing down points and revising constantly. A few others are driven to kinaesthetic learning strategies, i.e., learning through physical activities. You should implement your learning style in your note-making. For example, if you are a visual learner, you could add diagrams and charts to your notes.
Alignment With Syllabus - You should follow the Class 11 & 12 syllabi well and not only cover each topic in your notes but also avoid wasting time by jotting down things that are not in the syllabus.
At The End of Each Chapter – You should avoid making notes before completing the entire chapter. Jotting down small points for future reference is fine but the final revision note should only be made once you have understood the chapter well by going through it at least twice.
Highlight Sections – Highlighting important sections and the major headings can be of great help when you are going through the notes just before your exam.
Well Organized – Nothing feels more stressful than having to go through messy and disorganized notes just before such an important exam. Avoid this issue by keeping your notes well organized and neat.
The IITIAN’S HUB provides interactive classes that not only clears your concepts but also makes note-making easier. Our mentors are always there to guide you with your doubts concepts as well as personal notes!