The COVID-19 or Novel Corona Virus has caught the world by storm affecting millions of lives and livelihood at large. With no preventative medicine or vaccine yet available (at the time of writing this blog), the COVID-19 global pandemic has brought the world to a standstill where continual lockdown imposed has all the schools and educational institutes closed indefinitely. The NEET UG exam deferred to a later date in the future, owing to the extension of lockdown, has pushed all medical aspirants preparing for the NEET UG 2020 into a state of tizzy, with many clueless on the preparatory routines during the lockdown. Looking for quick Chemistry NEET preparation tips during lockdown? Our faculty team at Chemistry Bench has you fully covered on how to work on your timetable, improve time management skills, make revision notes, and get expert guidance & topper insights and other details.
Revise the syllabus
Coaching experts are of the opinion that the lockdown can help most students to revise their syllabus following their initial preparation. They can use the notes provided by teachers or refer to standard books of NEET 2020 for Chemistry available in the market. During revision, more attention must be given to chapter-wise weightage in NEET based on the expert analysis of the previous years’ papers.
Always keep in mind compatibility, topics, syllabus or curriculum while preparing the revision notes for NEET 2020 for Chemistry. This may help you revise or go only through the highlighted sections of each topic. Candidates can always avoid last minute preparation hustle with revision notes. They needn’t have to read the entire concept. Instead, they can just revisit the main points or concepts already tagged for revision. The revision of syllabus as well as notes, and practice of papers are quite imperative and should be carried out meticulously for at least 12 hours per day. Get in touch with us to know how to make quick revision notes for NEET Chemistry.
Experts also advise that the aspirants should attempt as many NEET mock tests as possible before facing the big day. Solving NEET sample papers of previous years, and cross-checking the answers is a key step towards sound preparation. Using sample papers, taking mock tests and revisiting question papers of previous years regularly can help candidates understand the pattern and structure of the NEET examination.
Though the lockdown has literally shattered the hopes of millions of aspirants appearing for different competitive exams, tests, and even those pursuing study abroad education, NEET aspirants must consider the lockdown as a ‘blessing in disguise’ to make it big in the final examination.
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