How to prepare for NEET 2017

Many of the aspirants are preparing for the NEET 2017. They have many doubts in the mind while preparing examination. Every student has the aim to qualify in the NEET. But they are not aware of the preparation process. If you start preparing for the exam with perfect strategy, then you are the winner in the examination.

This year NEET has conducted with many confusions. Supreme Court gave the order to conduct the examination, but later many petitions are filed on the exam. So they just make it as the option. But from 2017 onwards NEET is compulsory. No state level entrance exams are allowed. Students can get the seat only by qualifying in this entrance exam.

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Up to last year this NEET exam is conducted in the name of AIPMT. But this year they conduct the exam in the name of National Eligibility Entrance Test. It is the national level entrance exam which is conducted to give admissions in various courses like MBBS, BDS. This NEET exam is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education.

In 2016 about seven lakhs students have attended to the exam. In that exam only four lakhs students have qualified. Only 19, 325 candidates are listed in the top 15% merit list, they are only eligible for counselling process. Scoring good marks in a NEET is not a tough one, if you apply strategy while preparing you can score marks easily in the exam. When we see the NEET analysis 2016, most of the questions have came from NCERT text books. The total exam is conducted for the subjects of physics, chemistry and biology.

CBSE NEET Official Answer Key 2016 AIPMT Phase I & II 

Physics: In 2016 physics paper is conducted for 45 questions, in that 22 questions came from class 11 and 23 questions came from class 12. All questions are in boundaries of NCERT syllabus. They didn’t ask any questions from out of syllabus.

Chemistry: Most of the questions are asked from on formula based. They are in easy type. Mostly they touch the topics of chemistry in everyday life, environmental chemistry.

Biology: The questions are asked in a moderate way. Half of the questions are asked from botany and half of the questions are asked from zoology.

Here check out some Preparation tips for NEET. This will help you to get good score in the exam. We will guide you to the best way to prepare for NEET UG.

  • Give equal preference class 11th syllabus and class 12th syllabus.
  • Complete each and every topic in the NCERT syllabus. After completing syllabus, focus on the outside areas of the syllabus.
  • Prepare an own notes for every topic. Note all small points and refer it at the time of examination.
  • Practice more online tests. A number of online tests are available on the internet. So try to write online tests as many as possible.