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NEET Preparation Strategy & Tips

  • NEET will now be held on 26th July 2020.
  • It is critical to prioritize the preparation that needs to be done.
  • Knowing where you stand and working to improve your chances of success are 2 different things.
  • Focused personalized Classes from expert teachers will provide the advanced prep that is needed.
  • Students who are already Taking personalized classes have an advantage over those who are not.
  • That does not mean that it is too late to try to catch up.
  • The short time available before the examination means that we need to prepare from the examination point of view.
  • FOR NEET 2020 there will be 45 Physics questions, 45 Chemistry questions and 90 Biology questions.
  • The examination will use the objective pattern with 4 positive marks for each correct answer and 1 negative mark for each wrong answer.
  • The 45 questions (180 marks) in Physics are expected to be dominated by Electronics, Mechanics and Electrostatics.
  • Keep revising all formulae regularly so that they are at the forefront of your mind.
  • In the case of Chemistry, there are 3 sections – organic, inorganic and physical chemistry.
  • In the past, organic and physical chemistry questions dominated the examination, but last year there were a large number of inorganic questions, so do not ignore this.
  • With 90 questions and 360 marks available, Biology is the most important section of the examination.

Also Read: FAQs on NEET 2020

  • Based on past examinations, Genetics, Human Physiology and Plant Physiology are the important topics, but again, do not leave out preparing for the others.
  • If all this sounds tough with so little time left, online tutoring will give you the guidance and support you need to produce the best possible results.
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