The NEET Entrance Exam in Mumbai, India, formerly the All-India Pre-Medical Test, for students who wish to pursue undergraduate medical, dental, and equivalent AYUSH courses in government and private institutions in India and also, for those intending to pursue primary medical qualification abroad. The exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which provides the results to the Directorate General of Health Services under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and State Counselling Authorities for seat allocation.
NEET-UG replaced the All-India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) and many other pre-medical exams conducted by states and various medical colleges.
Total 180 questions are asked in the exam, 45 questions each from Physics and Chemistry, 90 questions from Biology. Each correct response fetches 4 marks and each incorrect response gets -1 negative marking. The exam duration is 3 hours (180mins). The exam is for 720 marks. NEET-UG syllabus consists of the core concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology taught in classes 11 and 12 as prescribed by the NCERT.
Here is a basic study plan for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)
- The very first thing that aspirants should know is the complete information about the official NEET syllabus. They can compare the NEET syllabus with their board exam syllabus. It is beneficial because if there are common chapters, candidates will not have to prepare for them separately. This can give extra time to prepare for the topics that are not covered in the syllabus.
- The most important factor to prepare for any exam is good study material. Following the right NEET study material is critical to prepare for the examination. Aspirants can join coaching institutions, refer to videos of toppers from previous years, consult seniors, etc and plan a strategic study plan.
- A timetable can help plan and follow their study routine diligently. A well-prepared timetable can allow candidates to work on their weaker sections and allot time for NEET mock test and evaluation. It will also create a sense of seriousness and discipline in a candidate's NEET preparation.
- The best way to improve memory skills is to prepare notes while studying. Candidates should jot down all the important notes in a notebook or a diary which can be useful for revision before the examination and save a lot of time for them.
- Candidates should avoid marathon study sessions, especially for difficult topics. Candidates should plan and take timed breaks in between study sessions to prepare for the exam in a better way.
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