1. Most of the questions are found to be direct, formula-based.
So, revise all the important expressions regularly by making a their list and solve the maximum number of questions based on them.
You can solve last 10 years papers, keeping in mind the time limit. This will help increase your speed.
2. Analysis of old AIPMT papers from 2012 to 2010 shows the following pattern of questions asked in different units in different subjects.
3. As the exam is being conducted by CBSE, a thorough reading of NCERT books is a must. Students must solve the exercises given in the NCERT books. You should be able to create questions on your own from the NECRT books.
This will judge your level of understanding on the topic. Try to read between the lines.
4. NEET will have 180 questions which need to be answered in three hours. You should learn to manage your time by writing mock tests.
A student would be required to solve each question in a minute’s time, so regular practice of at least 15-20 full length tests before taking the actual exam would prove to be most beneficial.
Make your own summary chits of important facts — it will help you in remembering them. And, do read them often so that you create a picture of it in your mind.
There are some differences in the CBSE syllabus for class XI and XII compared to NEET. A close comparison of the syllabi must be done.
5. Going through the previous year AIPMT exam papers will help as NEET is expected to be of the same level.
6. Always say to yourself that ‘I CAN and I WILL’— even in the examination hall. This will relieve the pressure.
7. Devote some time of the day to yoga or any physical activity, which will rejuvenate you for the entire day.
8. Fill the OMR sheets correctly; do not fill the entire OMR sheet at the end of the exam. Solve the paper in a minimum of two readings. Do not get stuck on questions which you don’t know, keep on moving through questions.
9. Try to underline the theme of the questions; it will keep you focused.
10. You should plan a minimum of two revisions of the entire syllabus before entering the exam hall.