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NEET UG 2017: Tips For Board Exam Students

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NEET UG 2017: Tips For Board Exam Students
NEET UG 2017: Tips For Board Exam Students
New Delhi: National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for Undergraduate students is scheduled for May 7, 2017. This leaves a window of almost two months for CBSE board exam candidates. While it is not a long duration, these last two months can prove to be make or break for NEET aspirants. Class 12 students who have registered for NEET exam must already know that NEET UG has restricted number of attempts to 3 only. In such a scenario it is important for candidates to prepare accordingly and not waste their first attempt. 

Here we bring to you three tips which will help you prepare for NEET UG exam along with preparation for CBSE board exams.

Time Management: At such a crucial time, time management is highly important. The students should make a study schedule for the days preceding and during the board exams. During these days student should focus mainly on the preparation for board exams and devote an hour every day to studying for NEET exam. During the one month gap before NEET exam, when the boards are over, you should devise a study schedule focusing only on NEET exam.

Revision: Revision is the key to scoring good marks in any exam. While during the board exams, you should revision according to class 12 board syllabus, after the exams are over start revision for the NEET exams. This may sound weird since the syllabus for NEET exam and board exam is almost same. But there's a catch. NEET is objective in nature and will require you to have every minor and major detail on your fingertips. This is why the revision method for board exams and NEET exam should be different. 

Sample Papers: During the Board exams, practice sample papers meant solely for the board exams and mark questions which are one-word or short answer type. You can revise these questions later for NEET exam as well. After the board exams are over, try to solve at least one sample paper every day and increase the number to two in the fortnight leading up to the exam. This will help you in gearing up for the exam and perform to the best of your ability. 

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