A Week Left for Neet 2023 – What should I do before the NEET exam?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is set to be held on 12th September 2023. Getting a good rank in NEET is vital for getting into a quality college and completing graduation in MBBS, BDS, or AYUSH. Only 7 days are left before the big day. Lakhs of aspirants would be lining up to compete with you. And you have to out best them all. It is true that NEET is one of the hardest exams in our country but if you are well prepared you can easily get a good rank.
Here we are giving some tips about Dos and Don’ts 1 week from the NEET 2023 Examination.
So, Do’s & Don’ts for these seven days:
1. DO NOT LEAVE AN IMPORTANT TOPIC
Revise your syllabus thoroughly. Look for things that you missed. Do not leave any part thinking that it would not come in the exam. Try re-revising the difficult topics and understanding the basics of them. “It is better to not need it and have it than to need it and not have it.
2. DO SLEEP PROPERLY
This week try to get your sleep cycle on track. Go to bed early and wake up at dawn. This will help you maintain your energy in the daytime and make you active. You will need this on the day of the exam when you want your brain to function at its best.
3. DO NOT TRY TO CHEAT
Yes! The exam might be harder than expected but cheating is not worth it. NEET is very strict regarding students cheating and using unfair means. If you are caught cheating you can easily be disqualified and months of hard work will all go down the trash.
4. DO LEARN ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT OF THE EXAM
NEET has changed this year’s blueprint. You need to learn it by heart and prepare accordingly. Students are required to attempt 45 questions, with about 50 questions to be added to the question paper to include choice as per interaction with the education minister. Till 2020, the NEET question paper used to have 180 questions which included 90 questions from biology and 45 questions each from physics and chemistry. This year the number of questions would be increased to include a choice for the reduced syllabus.
5. DO REST & RELAX
You can only push your body to a finite limit. Try to rest for a feasible amount of time. Take a healthy diet and cold showers. Don’t try to write too much a day before the exam as your dominant hand might get tired of righting and betraying on the day of the exam.
What happens a week later is inevitable but you got to make sure that these last 7 days will make a difference in the end result. Try to get close to your teachers these last few days and clear all your doubts. You can even contact us. Here at Vidya Hub, we have experts in every field who will make your doubts go away in no time. In the end – ALL THE BEST!!!