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How to prepare for NEET 2019 in 1 month?

"He who is best prepared can best serve his moment of inspiration"- Samuel Taylor

Given the high-stakes nature of NEET exam, most of the aspirants will be dealing with the anxiety and nervousness during their revision and preparations in the last 30 days before NEET 2019. Therefore, beating the stress and following the best preparation routine is the key factor for effective preparation of NEET UG 2019 in the last month. A healthy one month preparation tips of NEET is helpful for candidates to build upon a bed- rock of three components - a disciplined study routine, marathon revisions and regular mock test practice.

Study routine: Devote about 14 hours each day to studies combined with small breaks for an ideal last month study routine. Continuous studies will help aspirants regularize study schedule, reduce stress caused by indiscipline and provide ample time to revise the vast NEET syllabus in just a month. Divide the study hours between the revisions of NEET 2019 syllabus, NEET mock test practice and analysis of errors. Do not try to attempt/solve any other study materials which are not necessary. During the last preparatory days, students should just go through NCERT books which contain effective and in-depth knowledge of every topic.

Stress busters: Limit the presence of distractions like social media, games, etc. Use these only either as means for refreshment or as stress buster. Remember that these are to be used during study breaks only, and cracking the exam should remain the main goal. One can keep time for light physical exercises like yoga or meditation to reduce fatigue and remain fresh and calm. Take care of your physical and mental wellbeing. Eat a healthy & balanced diet and avoid junk foods. 

Question based revision: To revise a particular chapter/topic/unit from Physics or Chemistry, choose 45-50 random MCQ questions (as per NEET 2019 exam pattern) from that chapter/topic/unit and solve them in 45 minutes. For revision of Biology, choose 90 MCQ type questions at random from a chapter/topic/unit and solve them in 90 minutes. Repeat this strategy for revision of all chapters of Chemistry, Physics and Biology. This will simulate real exam environment wherein you will get on an average of 90 minutes each for Physics and Chemistry (45 questions each) and 90 minutes for Biology (90 questions).

Analyze performance: After every mock test, analyze the performance. Take notes of weak areas and work on them during revision time. Also keep a note of recurring mistakes, for instance, forgetfulness in converting units, etc. One week before the exam, read these notes so these mistakes are not repeated in the exam. Don’t read any new topics before 2-3 months of the exam. Just revise all the older ones. Take help from your mentors and teachers. They will help you in a better way regarding the weak areas.

NEET preparation requires a well-planned study plan in the last month, which will ensure that an appropriate amount of time is set aside for each subject. The above tips on how to prepare for NEET Exam will help you to make a solid strategic plan and give you the basic do’s and don’ts while your preparation.

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What’s your learning style?

If you know your learning style, then you can study smarter and harder
Gousiya Teentalkindia Content Writer

Do you know your preferred learning style, or do you know what one is? A learning style is an individual’s approach to learning based on strengths, weaknesses, and preferences. And knowing yourself as a learner is important if you want to attain to the best of your abilities. When it comes to information processing, your brain is the most important part of your body as that’s where all the thinking, learning, and decision-making takes place.

So what’s my learning style?

Information enters your brain in three main ways: sight, hearing, and touch. By examining your learning style, you’ll become aware of how your brain learns best. And when you know how you learn best, you can also communicate more effectively with your instructors. It’s important to note that everyone learns through various ways; however, most people have a single predominant learning style. It can be typically broken down into three major categories:

Visual: Processing with your eyes

  • Prefers to read or write rather than listen
  • Enjoys reading for knowledge
  • Can easily follow written directions
  • Has trouble remembering verbal instruction

Auditory: Processing with your ears

  • Prefers to follow verbal instruction and enjoy group discussions
  • Remembers by listening, especially music
  • Reads with whispering lip movements
  • Finds it difficult to work quietly for long periods of time

Kinetic: Processing by doing

  • Needs to move, tap, swing or bound a leg in order to stay focused
  • Often needs frequent breaks during studying
  • Learns spelling by “finger spelling” the words
  • Often takes notes or even draws pictures or doodle while listening

Each learning style has its own strengths and limitations. But if you know your limitations, you can extend your abilities and reach your highest potential.

Study Tips Based on Learning Style:

Visual : Draw pictures and diagrams in the margins while reading and write out questions you are working on. Underlining and highlight text as you read and make flashcards for studying (use different colored cards). Make notes to help with recall. Preview a chapter before reading it by first looking at the pictures and section headings.

Auditory : Listen to the words you read and read aloud or talk through the information. Record lectures, tutoring and study group sessions, etc. Make up and repeat rhymes to remember facts, dates, and names. Study in groups and particulate in class discussions and debates. After you read a section, summarize it out loud.

Kinetic : Walk while reading and listen to recordings of lectures and notes. Engage your fingers while studying by tracing words and re-writing sentences to learn key facts or have music in the background.

It’s important to identify and understand your learning style in order to engage successfully with changing teaching methods. Once you’ve recognized your learning style, you can adjust the way you study and possibly improve your grades and overall productivity.

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