Easy Tips to Help You Crack NEET Last Minute!

Easy Tips to Help You Crack NEET Last Minute!

Your time is now. Don’t let this valuable time go to waste. Shield yourself against the numerous time wasters and work towards consistent and continuous improvement to crack the exam with flying colours.

Exercise and eat healthy

Make time for yourself! Plan your day by exercising for 30 minutes daily before starting your NEET preparation.  A healthy body means a healthy brain. Try some outdoor activities like a brisk walk, swimming, cycling, or indoor exercises like yoga.

Strengthen your memory with the help of a nutritious diet. Your body will reflect what you put inside it. Go for immunity boosters along with plenty of plant-based foods like walnuts, almonds, cashews, etc., as these nuts are rich in nutrition and enhance mental alertness and the body’s functionality.

In simpler words, change your fast food/ take away food habits that lead you towards laziness and switch to fresh fruits-vegetables that help you stay active all day long.

Make a formulae sheet

For comprehensive NEET revision, try to make a formula and diagram sheet that you can revisit. It won’t just help you get an idea of the concepts you have learned over time but also help you strengthen your understanding of the concepts. You’d be better equipped with brief notes at the end of your preparation and sometime before the exam. 

Take routine tests to sharpen your brain

Develop your brain to stay active during a specific period; for example, if the exam is at 3 PM, then try to practice maximum Mock Tests at this time every day. Practicing every day at a specific time will help your brain to become act sharper during the time.

 

Here are some more NEET preparation techniques for you:

●        Get an overall understanding of the syllabus so that you know what you will be learning. Break down the topics into manageable bits and prioritize which one you need to start learning first. Go by your timetable and NEET preparation strategy. Don’t forget to take regular (but brief) breaks every hour and let conceptual clarity be the focus instead of rote learning.

●        Try the Feynman Technique! Explain the concept to yourself or help a friend understand it. Identify the subject or topic, and then teach it to someone in the simplest way possible to examine where you are lagging. Avoid using any kind of jargon or buzzwords. Once you start doing this, you’d be better able to practice the concept and learn in a much-improved fashion.

●        Understand the exam pattern, learn about the weightage, and practice accordingly. Don’t forget to test your understanding of the concepts through mock tests. While there is no shortage of online NEET preparation/revision services, Extramarks can accelerate your path to your success. With Extramarks – The Learning App, get access to over 1.5 lakhs questions to practice with. The modules and questions have been developed after extensive research through comprehensive R&D by Extramarks, and easy-to-understand modules help students learn through an interactive and engaging approach.

 

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