How to prepare for NEET 2021 amid COVID-19 pandemic
Due to the increasing number of COVID cases, in the coming days situations might worsen where the restriction on moving out of the houses might become more stringent. In such circumstances, candidates might have no clue as to how to prepare for NEET 2021 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19). Here are seven tips to help you prepare for NEET exam
Updated 7 May 2021, 7:13 am
India is experiencing the second wave of COVID. The number of cases of COVID second wave is increasing rapidly, which again puts all aspirants under stress. Medical aspirants across the globe must be wondering how to prepare for NEET 2021 in Coronavirus (COVID-19) time. Since moving out of houses is being restricted candidates must be looking for creative ideas to prepare for NEET 2021 at home
The single national level medical entrance examination is very competitive and is a one-time opportunity for medical aspirants to get a seat in the college of their choice. One-time opportunity because NEET is conducted once a year and will be the basis for admission to 83,075 MBBS , 26,949 BDS , 52,720 AYUSH, 525 BVSc, and AH seats. Medical aspirants can check this article titled ‘How to prepare for NEET 2021 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ for all tips and tricks they are looking for.
Due to the increasing number of COVID cases, in the coming days situations might worsen where the restriction on moving out of the houses might become more stringent. In such circumstances, candidates might have no clue as to how to prepare for NEET 2021 amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Here are seven tips to help you prepare for NEET exam
1. Look for engaging and informative youtube videos - Since candidates will be at home
2. Make DIYs to understand your topics
To make study interesting medical aspirants can also take up DIY projects on their own on topics that are related to their examination of NEET. This will keep them entertained as well as they will be able to memorize that subjects well
3. Engage in discussions with your siblings (if any)
If candidates have siblings or for that matter any other person of intellect in their family who has a significant amount of knowledge on their topics, they should engage in healthy and productive discussions with them. By doing this they will attain a lot more clarity on their topics and weaknesses
4. Take enough rest and a balanced diet
Medical aspirants should make sure that their health is absolutely fine. Failing to do this might have serious repercussions as they might have to drop out this year. All their preparations might go in vain. Since candidates will now be doing most of their preparation from home it is essential that they keep in mind certain things doing which might hamper their preparations for NEET 2021 .
5. Do not waste your time
It is strongly advised that the duration spent at home is not wasted in playing online games or enjoying leisure time on social networking sites. Aspirants must make sure that if they use these devices it is only for educational purposes
6. Candidates must not adapt a relaxant attitude
Since candidates will be spending most of their time at home they must not adapt a carefree attitude instead they should seize every opportunity they get to boost their NEET 2021 preparations amidst the outbreak of Coronavirus
7. Do not become a trouble for your parents
In such situations parents are already facing trouble due to the global scenario and are equally worried about the examination. On top of this if they find candidates not serious about the exam their mental pressure might double. So, it is advised that aspirants do not give them any additional pressure.
First published:7 May 2021, 7:13 am
Retired Principal, Government Girls Senior Secondary School, MHR Malout, Punjab
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