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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is the most-sought-after medical exam for medical aspirants. The exam is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education to provide admissions to medical courses such as MBBS/ BDS in a government or private medical colleges in India. Previously, NEET was referred to as the All India Pre Medical Test commonly known as AIPMT.
Being the biggest entrance exam, NEET 2017 witnessed more than 6 lacs participation. With such a large number of students writing the test for limited seats, the competition is brutal! Therefore, most students miss their chance because they underestimate the difficulty level and competition of the test. Listed below are quick facts related to the national level examination:
Candidates preparing for NEET need to fasten their belts and gear up for the competition with little extra effort. Apart from the basic traditional methods of study, candidates can opt for new day technology that is, studying through YouTube channels among many other options available.
In this article, we will explore other educational resources that will help you in preparing for NEET 2018.
Highlights of NEET 2018
Every year the examination is conducted in the month of May. Tabulated below are the tentative dates of NEET 2018:
|Online Application Start Date||December 2017|
|Registration of Application Form Last Date||January 2018|
|NEET Exam Date||May 2018|
|Results Announcement NEET 2018||June 2018|
|Counselling Start Date||June 2018|
As mentioned previously, article will introduce you to YouTube channels that help your preparation through modes other than your regular NEET study material.
Although most of us prefer the traditional methods of studying i.e books, notes etc., it has been found that video learning has benefits of its own which in the long run may actually be superior compared to book learning.
Video learning is a tool that can help you learn or even clear your doubts in any topic, anytime and anywhere as video learning is accessible to us with just a single touch of our mobile screens. It doesn’t matter where you are, if you have Wi-Fi, you can get online tutorials.
Since, video tutorials uploaded have to be for a limited period of time, video learning is short and to the point. Video learning is faster than learning from other sources! Imagine a situation where you need to learn something in a very short period of time and there is no one around to help you, no one will aid you like video tutorials because explanations in books tend to be tedious and lengthy.
Compared to buying books or taking a course in person, video tutorials are cheaper as we all know. Even though there are websites that ask for money for learning courses, there are thousands of websites which provide the same knowledge for free.
In today's world where time is of great essence, video learning gives us the option of fast forwarding. For example, you have a doubt in a mathematical problem. You know all the steps except the last one. Now, in this scenario if you are in an actual class, you have to sit through the entire lecture just to understand the last step of the problem but in video learning you can fast forward through the topics you are already thorough with and skip to the part which confuses you. This advantage should be utilised by us all.
Video tutorials are very easy to find. Anyone with internet access can find them. All you have to go is search the keywords and you will instantly find the video you require.
These are just handful of the many benefits of video learning. YouTube video learning channels provide various benefits for the ease of the users. They are most often than not user friendly and provides better understanding of the course. Due to the visual benefit, Candidates are able to retain the video and learning more as compared to the learning from textbooks.
Now let us see a few YouTube channels that will help you prepare for your NEET 2018.
Unacademy is the number one YouTube Channel for competitive exams. It is the largest free education initative in India. This website has high quality educational video which will available to everyone for free, all you need to do is create an account and you can get started.
Unacademy is co-founded by Gaurav Munjal, Roman Saini, Hemesh Singh and Sachin Gupta. In YouTube they are the top educational channel in India with over 46 million video views and 563,000 subscribers.
This website is widely popular among students who study for any kind of competitive exams. This channel is free as well. The mission of Khan Academy is "to provide a world-class education for anyone, anywhere."
It was created in 2006 by the educator Salman Khan. This YouTube channel covers every topic and is very helpful for students who will attempt exams such as NEET 2018. They have about 1,254,215,641 views and 3.3 million subscribers.
ExamFearEducation is one of India's best non profitable Education Platform. The channel has more than 5,600 educationalvideo lessons on Physics, Maths, Chemistry, Biology & English, Medical Entrance Exam videos and Science experiments for Class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12 with concepts & tricks never explained so well before.
It started in 2011 and they have about 110,285,848 views and 345k subscribers.
Toppr is an after school learning app for K12 students. It is known for its best lectures for JEE and NEET aspirants. The award winning Toppr platform leverages 4 methods of learning which help every student to have a complete understanding of the topics.
They started in Aug 26, 2014 and has 2,685,133 views with around 16k subscribers.
It is one of the websites that help the students with videos that are aimed at preparing students for NEET, JEE, the school and board examinations.
It started in July 18, 2012 and currently as 1,681,380 views with 8,754 subscribers.
All of the above mentioned websites are great sources to learn from and prepare for your NEET 2018 exams. We hope this article was useful to you. Consistency in preparation is the key.
NEET Exam Pattern is prescribed by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). The exam is conducted in offline mode to shortlist aspirants for medical programs. The paper pattern of NEET describes the complete syllabus, subject-wise marking scheme, distribution of marks, time duration and alike.
No changes have been notified in this years’ NEET Exam Pattern. NEET exam has 180 questions of MCQ type and students are given 3 hours to complete their papers.
Question paper includes sections from
There are total 10 Languages that you can choose for the test booklet while filling up NEET Application Form. Apart from Hindi and English, there is an option avaliable for 8 other vernacular languages.
NEET Exam Pattern has total of 4 sections, each of these sections has 45 questions and carries 180 marks each. Therefore, the complete 180 questions carries a total of 720 marks.
NEET Syllabus is completely based on of 11th and 12th standard subjects. The syllabus is made under the guidance of Medical Council of India and CBSE prepares the complete NEET Syllabus. The students can download the entire syllabus from the official website.
Important topics for each section of the exam is as follows:
For performing well in this section, candidates must be thorough with all the chapters in their 11th and 12th standard syllabus, such as Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Optics, Current Electricity, Atom and Nuclei, Work, Energy and Power to name a few.
Just as physics, the chemistry syllabus are also the chapters from 11th and 12th standard. Topics such as Structure of Atom, Surface Chemistry, Solid state, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry and more are covered in this section.
Zoology and Botany can be grouped together as they fall under Biology. This section has questions related to Plant Physiology, Human Physiology, Cell Structure and Function, Reproductive System, Genetics and Evolution to name a few. All this topics are covered in 11th and 12th Standard books.
Apart from the basic preparation books, candidates can also rely on practice test to polish their learning and complete their preparation.
One of the websites that can help you prepare better is simplylearnt.com/examination/NEET-UG/practice_tests
It is very useful for candidates on last step of their preparation as it lets you test your knowledge chapter-wise which further helps you judge which chapters are your weak and strong arenas. Hence, Candidates can put extra effort on weak areas and nourish the strong ones to score well in NEET 2018.
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