It is not advisable to try to learn all aspects of a subject while ignoring others and other tips for your NEET preparation.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate Studies (NEET-PG), a national level entrance examination for students interested in pursuing MD / MS / Postgraduate Diploma course at a government or private medical institute in India, has been rescheduled for May 21, 2022. The online application window for NEET-PG 2022 will be open until March 25, 2022 (until 11:55 pm).
In 2021, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) changed the examination pattern of NEET-PG. The exam now consists of 200 questions with a 3.5-hour duration. To try the NEET PG 2022 exam, candidates must have a valid MBBS degree or a temporary pass certificate from the same course. According to a recent notification issued by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences, NBEMS, candidates must complete a one-year compulsory rotating internship on or before July 2022.
Admission will be available on the official website on May 16. Here are some common mistakes you should avoid in order to crack the test:
- Create your own preparation strategy: Create a schedule that complements your work schedule, including MCQ practice, note revision, and classes. For NEET PG you only need to read one source for each topic, and you will stick to it in the end regardless of what your colleagues are reading.
- Keep short-term goals: While a monthly schedule is ideal, short-term goals are also important. Make a to-do list every morning and cross as you complete the items. Not only will this help you to meet your daily goals on time, but it will also speed up your preparation. Short-term goals are often a good way to break the monotony.
- Mock test attempts: Mock tests and grand tests are usually used to assess one’s readiness. These tests will help you analyze the pattern of the question and learn about the frequently asked questions. It helps to avoid stupid mistakes and improve time management.
- Thoroughly correct issues: Instead of focusing on new topics every time, focus on revising the topics you have already studied. Avoid learning new subjects as the exam date approaches.
- Learn from your mistakes: It is important not to worry about making mistakes. The more mistakes you make now, the less likely you are to make them on the day of the test. So practice as much as possible to eliminate your sharing mistakes ahead of time.
- Don’t try to achieve unrealistic goals: Reading the ‘success story’ of toppers or students who have passed the exam must give everyone an insight into preparation. However, do not set unreasonable goals or blindly follow in the footsteps of others. Remember that everyone’s journey is unique, with its own flaws and obstacles.
Last minute tip: It is not right to try to learn everything by ignoring others. Remember that you must be familiar with each of the 19 subject elements. It is also important to be involved in your physical well-being and mental health. This will give you more clarity and help you to get rid of stress.
For NEET PG entrance exams, there is no maximum or minimum age limit. As a result, any candidate who meets the other criteria can apply for the entrance test. The results of this test are expected to be published on June 20, 2022.