Ranchi, Jan 25: With registrations for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation (NEET PG) to end soon, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the dates for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation (NEET PG). The exam is set to be conducted on March 5, 2023, while the admit cards for the same will be available from February 26.
Notably, NEET PG is considered one of the toughest medical entrance examinations in India with a pass percentage of less than 5 per cent. The qualifying percentile for general category candidates is 50th, while it is 40th for reserved category candidates.
With almost 40 days left, here are some Dos and Don’ts recommended by educators from NTPL Medicus as a 40-day plan for interested students.
The 40-day revision plan for NEET PG is designed to help students revise the entire syllabus in a well-structured manner and help them score your dream rank.
THE 40-DAY REVISION PLAN
There are a lot of things that go into studying for the NEET PG, and it can be tough to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together this 40-day revision plan, to help you make the most of your time and get the best possible results.
THINGS TO DO DURING THE 40 DAYS
If you are a medical student appearing for the NEET PG exam, here is a 40-day revision plan for you to follow. This plan is designed to help you make the most of your time and ensure that you are well-prepared for the exam.
In the first 20 days, focus on completing your syllabus and revising all the concepts. Make sure that you understand each topic thoroughly and can apply it in clinical scenarios. In the next 20 days, start practising mock tests and sample papers. Attempt as many as you can and analyze your performance to identify areas of improvement.
- Complete your syllabus: In the first 20 days, focus on completing your syllabus and revising all the concepts. Make sure that you understand each topic thoroughly and can apply it in clinical scenarios.
- Practice mock tests: In the next 20 days, start practising mock tests and sample papers. Attempt as many as you can and analyze your performance to identify areas of improvement.
- Review previous year’s question papers: Solve at least 10 previous year’s question papers in the last month before the exam. This will give you an idea of the type of questions asked and help you improve your speed and accuracy.
- Take regular breaks: Don’t overburden yourself with your studies during this period. Take regular breaks to relax and rejuvenate yourself so that you can come back fresh and focused.
THINGS TO AVOID DURING THE 40 DAYS
There are a few things you should avoid during the 60 days leading up to the NEET PG exam:
- Don’t try to learn everything at once. You will only overwhelm yourself and won’t be able to retain any information. Instead, focus on one topic at a time and really master it before moving on.
- Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying. You’ll only end up feeling rushed and stressed, which is not conducive to learning. Start studying early so that you can take your time and really understand the material.
- Avoid cramming for long hours at a time. This will only lead to exhaustion and burnout. Study for shorter periods of time throughout the day so that you can keep your energy levels up and stay focused.
- Don’t neglect your health in the name of studying. Be sure to get enough sleep, eat healthy meals, and exercise regularly. This will help you stay sharp and focused while you’re studying.
- Finally, don’t forget to relax and take breaks occasionally. Studying for an exam can be stressful, so make sure to give yourself some downtime now and then to clear your head.
The NEET PG is a long and gruelling exam, and it is important to have a revision plan in place so that you can make the most of your time. We hope that our tips have helped you figure out how to create a revision plan that works for you and shows you what things to avoid during your preparations.