NEET 2017 Application

NEET 2017 Application

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This year, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 will be held on May 7 and that leaves the candidates roughly just about two weeks left for their preparation. Emotions are running high as the days are drawing nearer. In 2016, the Government of India, along with the Supreme Court, had decided to replace all state PMTs with NEET. This move was made with the intention to bring all medical colleges in the country under the ambit of one single entrance exam. Following the decision by the government and the Supreme Court, NEET was held in two phases in 2016, but this year it will be held in only one single phase.

If you are one of this year’s NEET candidates and you have filled NEET 2017 Application, you must be wondering what is the best and the most effective way to beat this exam and get into some of the top medical colleges in the country. As is the case with many competitive exams, NEET may sound and appear a little intimidating but it is not invincible. With smart planning and the right tools, it can be conquered and you can be well on your way to that dream college!

Now, NEET syllabus covers 3 subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Biology is by far the easiest and the most scoring with 360 marks attainable from a total of 720. Physics and Chemistry each carry 180 marks. Let’s look at each subject individually and by the end of this article, you should know where and how to start your mission to land a good score in NEET!

Is it really possible to score 300+ in Biology?

Yes! Having closely monitored the exam patterns in previous years and students’ approach to the subject, we can say with confidence that it can be done. But what are the key things you need to do if you want to achieve that number?

  1. Familiarity with syllabus
  2. NCERT book
  3. Thorough revision
  4. Previous years’ papers
  5. Mock tests

Having trouble with Chemistry?

Fret no more! 45 questions carrying a total of 180 marks are asked and it has been noticed in previous years’ papers that at least 12-13 questions come from each sub-unit on most occasions. Some students have been scoring full marks in Chemistry in the previous years and majority of the students have answered at least 35 correct answers out of 45.

  1. Learn your formulas.
  2. Revise theoretical portion of Physical Chemistry.
  3. In Organic Chemistry, learn and practice reactions and conversions thoroughly.
  4. Solve previous 5-10 years papers.
  5. Cover the entire syllabus using only the NCERT book.

Physics preparation tips

When it comes to Physics, students tend to falter in this section even before attempting the questions. How should they then tackle it if they are to ace the exam?

  1. Learn your formulas
  2. Understand concepts
  3. Solve numerical problems
  4. Thorough revision
  5. Solve previous papers and mock test

Start taking your exam preparations seriously and take your score and rank to the next level with focused and planned study structure. We wish you the very best and we hope you get into the college of your dreams!