- NEET 2021| If You Are Preparing For Medical Entrance Exam, Then Handle The Pressure And Stress Of The Result In These Way
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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to medical courses is considered a very difficult exam due to the high competition. Students preparing for NEET are often under stress and pressure regarding their results. At the same time, family pressure lowers the confidence of the students and increases nervousness. In such a situation, know about some tips helpful in reducing the fear and anxiety of the exam-
start revision early
Often students schedule their revision for 17 hours and due to less time they miss some topics. This creates more pressure on the students and even a single question from those topics will have a great impact on the mind of the students in the exam hall. So, it is always better to schedule revision 2-3 months before the exam and one month before the exam should be kept for relaxation.
Memorize, Practice and Test, follow these three
Learn-Practice-Test is the best way to prepare for NEET. Many students skip one of these steps and feel pressured. Speed and correctness are essential parts while practicing. So, always focus on speed and correctness in your learning process.
make your own time table
Everyone thinks differently and reads differently. Then how can the same time table suit everyone? Instead of following someone else's made time table, analyze your strong and weak topics and make your own time table accordingly.
Many students often focus on a single topic or make a schedule to study one topic after another. While doing this, there may be some instances where at the end, the rest of the topics are left out and you may miss to memorize them. So, give some time to each topic every day to create balance.
Make short notes and list your mistakes
Along with your class notes, make separate notes of important points like lists, names, formulas, etc. while doing a practice. Prepare for the practice test and at the same time, note down your mistakes. Revise these notes before going to the exam hall or a day before the exam. This will help you.
According to doctors, at least 6-7 hours of sleep is necessary to give rest to the body and mind. Therefore, you should include resting and sleeping time in your time table. It is also important to take a break of at least 10 minutes after studying for 1-2 hours to give rest to your body. During breaks, try to do some stretching and drink enough water to keep the body fit. According to health experts, stretching improves the circulation of the body.