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Rohit appeared AIPMT Exam in 2012 and he got 80% marks. Currently he is in final year at Govt. Medical College, Surat. He had not joined any coaching institute he prepared through test series and distance learning programme from Aakash and Allen.
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here are some preparation Tips given by him for those candidates who want to appear NEET Exam:
Always do preparation through NCERT Books. For the NEET Exam read every line,every single of them, it really works! He followed the notes for Chemistry and says practice is more important. He preferred Universal Self Scorer (USS) book for chemistry.
He answered some NEET related Questions:
Ans. My Rank was around 2000. I was eligible for every college in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra except SMS Medical College, BJ medical college and Seth GS Medical College respectively.
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Ans. I had not joined any institute. I prepared through the test series & distance learning programmes of Aakash Institute and Allen.
Ans. Strong areas- All the three subjects had to be strong, you couldn’t afford to choose the favorite.
Weak areas- As in my case, I used to make really silly mistakes that cost me a lot.
For improvement on this, I tried doing maximum mock tests, online as well as offline.
Ans. With primary focus on AIPMT, class 12th exams didn’t need much attention... just last 2 months were sufficient for boards.
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Ans. 1) SELF STUDY... I can't stress this enough... don't depend on ANYONE.
2) SMART STUDY.... you don't have to do all of the books, stick to single for each subject.
3) REVISE REVISE REVISE... study less but revise more.
4) ATTEMPT MAXIMUM TESTS YOU CAN BEFORE THE REAL EXAM
5) STAY CALM… even if the paper seems difficult, it is same for everyone.
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Ans. As I've already mentioned, I joined test series of Aakash institute and helped me great in minimizing the mistakes I used to commit. It also helped in improving speed & accuracy.
Ans. None. There wasn't any website available back then. I used to follow the exam conducting bodies' websites for the updates.
Ans. Firstly, believe me it's enough time if you stay focused. Mug up NCERT Biology Book and practice as many as previous year questions for Physics & Chemistry as you can. Don't get diverted by the abundant study material available out there.
Ans. I just wish to do just 1-2 more questions correct. Really, it all comes down to this. That day... decides all. But you can never change it. So, prepare beforehand.
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