Online NEET preparation during COVID19 lockdown

Online NEET preparation during COVID19 lockdown

NEET preparation requires a lot of effort and patience, sometimes students don’t even pass on their first attempt, here is where coaching classes come

NEET preparation requires a lot of effort and patience, sometimes students don’t even pass on their first attempt, here is where coaching classes come into play. They guide the students in an efficient direction and help them succeed, but what if you don’t have that support right now?

COVID – 19 has affected our lives adversely and for the students, it is – not able to give examinations in their schools, colleges or other national level entrance exams.

What can you do if you’re not able to go to coaching for your NEET preparation? In this article, we will help you out with some tips you can follow for your NEET exam preps.

NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) was scheduled for May 3 which has been postponed to July 26 as per a recent announcement by HRD Minister Ramesh Nishank Pokhriyal on Twitter. This exam is considered one of the toughest national exams of India. Many students now are switching to online classes for guidance in this lockdown.

NEET preparations through online classes

NEET preparations through online classes

NEET preparations through online classes

Many major education portals are offering online classes for NEET exam preparations. You can even get free access to online apps and crash courses to clear your doubts. Most of them are aimed to clear difficult concepts of physics, chemistry and biology.

Many students are stuck in Kota, Rajasthan which is a major hub for medical and engineering coaching institutions like Allen. Teachers are very interactive during this time.

They will be in constant touch with you online if you have any sort of doubts in any topic, they also take combined online classes for revision.

Studying online is not an easy task when it comes to concentration. There are too many distractions around you but for NEET preps, you need to make sure you don’t have any distractions.

Some tips you can follow while attending online classes.

Some tips you can follow while attending online classes.

Some tips you can follow while attending online classes.

Eliminate any sort of distractions from your phone or laptop while attending online classes. Make sure you are away from any social media apps, websites, or messages. Distraction-free surroundings will help you concentrate on the concepts efficiently and you will grasp it easily.

As you search for online classes and notes for the exam preps, try to look for authentic websites and study material. With so much content on the internet, you must choose the right website for yourself.

Websites like MERITNATION, BYJU’S, EXTRA MARKS are some good apps/websites from which you can access study materials, online video classes and much more. They also provide mock test papers and previous year question papers for your practice.

Most of the students follow this, taking notes of online classes. However small the detail it is, don’t forget to take notes of it in your notebook. During revision, you can go through these notes and solve the questions easily. You can also record the lectures from the website to watch it later, many of them even have an option to download it.

At this point, you are probably with your family and there are a lot of people around you, it can be disturbing for your studies.

Hence, choose a time when you don’t have any sort of disturbances like when everyone is sleeping at home, occupy a room and concentrate on the classes. You can also tell your family and roommates that you want a silent environment to study.

It takes a lot of motivation to concentrate and study for your NEET exam especially when you have dropped a year for it. Try to give justice to your effort and time and take these online classes seriously.

It is easier to follow a plan rather than being messy, so set boundaries for yourself, make a study plan and stick to it 95% of the time.

In NEET, most of the syllabus comes from NCERT syllabus. You must be aware of it. So before trying any other books for practice, make sure you’re through line by line and have practised all the questions in the book. There are solutions available online for NCERT book questions.

Some of the websites where you can study for NEET are:

Some of the websites where you can study for NEET are:

Some of the websites where you can study for NEET are:

Unacademy – It is a popular learning app for students till class 12. They provide online video lessons along with various mock tests and quizzes for entrance exams like NEET, IIT – JEE, SAT, CAT etc.

Vidyalankar – Vidyalankar is another popular coaching institute in India, they offer to coach for entrance exams like IIT – JEE, NEET, BITSAT, MHTCET and many more. They are giving online coaching classes to students who are preparing for NEET exam.

With excellent faculty members and mentors, you can clear your concepts.

GATE Indian Institute of Tutorials – this Bangalore based NEET coaching centre have become popular as they are giving individual attention to the students with doubt clearing sessions. They also try to cover the syllabus twice during revisions.

Aakash/ Allen/ Resonance – these are the popular institutes which have their branches all over India. Allen and Aakash provide coaching for entrance exams like NEET and IIT – JEE. Allen is known better for IIT – JEE while Aakash is known better for NEET. They are also providing online classes for you all if you are not able to attend classes physically.

Some books and websites which can help you practice questions and sample papers are:

HC Verma – Concept of Physics
DPPs Chemistry
Aglasem.Com
NEET objective question bank for physics, chemistry, biology – Disha experts

So there you go, hopefully, some of these books will help you get through the preparation of NEET exam.

If you can study 11 hours a day, it will be sufficient time to relax and revise as well. The best time to start studying is morning (8 – 11 and 11 – 1.30), late afternoon (4 – 7) and nighttime (7.30 – 10.30).

Make sure you take ample amounts of breaks or maybe a walk in the park to relax from the stress and the pressure of the exams. Good luck!

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