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7 most important tips for class 11 students preparing for PMT/NEET

Aug 28, 2017 17:00 IST
Exam Preparation Tips
Exam Preparation Tips

Doctors are here on earth as God is in the heaven. Doctors are considered as the saviors. So, medicine is taken as one of the most prestigious professions. It’s a big dream for many students to get into the healthcare sector and serve people by saving their lives. Each year, thousands of students passing out of class 12 write the medical entrance test in India, out of which only a few hundred are able reach the victory line. One needs a well planned strategy added up with immense hard work to crack one the most difficult exams in India. Instead of banging your head just one or two months before the test’s commencement, it would be better if you start preparing right from class 11.

Here, we have listed a few tips on how you can prepare for medical entrance test, when you are in class 11:

1. Collect syllabus for examination

This is the most important thing that every medical aspirant should know before starting preparing for the pre medical test. Because, all the important medical entrance exams cover NCERT syllabus. So, you can compare the syllabus with your current course curriculum. You will find many topics to be common with your study curriculum. It would be quite beneficial for you as you don’t need to prepare those common topics separately. This will help you devote ample time to the parts of the syllabus that are not covered in your course.

Eligibility Criterial for NEET

2. Follow NCERT books only

NCERT books for NEET, medical exam preparation tips, pmt preparation tips

A medical professional works to save lives of people. For doing this job, he must be strong at the basics. This is why all the medical entrance tests expect the candidates to thoroughly revise NCERT text books in order to grasp the basics and fundamentals. If you read NCERT books properly and thoroughly, you will get in depth knowledge about each and every topic starting from its basics. Most of the pictorial questions you see in the exam are sourced from the NCERT textbook itself.

3. Point out and work on weak areas

This is another important thing to be conquered. It might happen that you are very strong in one subject and weak in the other. The fact shouldn’t discourage or depress your preparation efforts for entrance to the medical field. If you are in class 11 (under CBSE, UP board or any other state board), you have enough time to turn your weakness to your strength. Try and work hard more on the weaker areas. If required, approach subject experts, teachers, friends or seniors. You can also take extra classes for the subject. This will prove to be quite essective in overcoming the fear of your weakness.

4. Prepare a weekly schedule

prepare study schedule, preparation for neet

Nothing works in absence of a proper schedule. Until and unless you make a complete and thorough schedule for the way you want to study, you will not be able to complete the syllabus. A well planned study schedule will successfully help you cover your school course and medical test preparation parallely. Set affordable weekly targets that can help you cover the syllabus giving enough time for revision.  

NEET Pattern & Syllabus

5. Saggregate esasy and tough chapters

You will always find some chapters that are on your tips and some others which need to be revised thoroughly. For this, once you have covered a part of syllabus relevant to class 11 course, figure out the chapters that you need to prepare from the beginning and chapters that will only need a quick revision before the exam. This will help you cover all parts of the syllabus uniformly. Allot time for each segment and implement and maintain the same.

6. Practice previous years’papers

As far as the paper pattern for the medical tests is concerned, there is no significant change every year. Solving past year exam papers can help you to get a clear idea about the expected pattern and also the type of questions to be asked. Moreover, it will help you to identify changing trends in the past years and prepare accordingly. More you will practice, the more you will gain confidence to crack the pre medical test.

Eligibility Criteria for CBSE AIPMT Exam

7. Stay cool and stress free

stay calm, stay stress free, medical exam preparation tips

After class 10, suddenly you are posed to the vast syllabus in class 11 (be it from CBSE/ UP board or any other state board) along with the extra burden of etnrance exam preparations. The situation may go quite hectic for you. But, let it not hamper your mind status. Do not get anxious or stressed. Plan the things according to your work potential. Otherwise, working with a distressed mind won’t get you the required productivity. So, try to stay calm and focused.

So, dear students, if you have started preparing for the medical entrance exams early in class 11, then the above mentioned tips will definitely help you in getting a good rank and securing a seat in your favourite medical institute.

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