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You are really wondering as to how do you crack NEET and and what are those easy tips to
crack NEET. Obviously that’s what brings you here. Everybody around you must be eager to
load you with tips to crack NEET. Most would guide you that you should know the syllabus well,
the examination pattern and refer you a lot of books. Some of them would also tell you with a lot
of emphasis that you should make a time-table and focus on your weaker topics to crack NEET
in first attempt.
But my question is, if that’s enough to crack NEET? Many of you would have read the NCERT
books many a times and learnt everything by heart. Every page of the book mugged up!
Probably, many of you would be in a position to reproduce the entire NCERT chapters. How
many of you have been able to crack NEET with a top rank in the past NEET or AIPMT

Let me share the secrets – the tricks and tips to crack NEET or AIIMS or
JIPMER in the first attempt.
If you are expecting that I would tell you to study for 10-12 hours a day or work very hard and revise or all the
topics till the last moment or make your revision notes or suggest you special books, you are highly mistaken.
These are old timer tips. Don’t work with today’s modern generation.
So, here are a few of the tips and tricks which would help you crack your NEET exam without fear:

1. Draw up a Strategy for cracking NEET
The secret lies beyond all that routine and standard tips. The biggest secret is to prepare for NEET in the
manner in which you have to be evaluated in the ultimate test. Understand the objective of NEET. Understand
the competition in the NEET. Draw your strategy to crack NEET accordingly.
If you are enrolled for coaching, think again before it’s too late. You still have time for a corrective action. If
you are self-studying, revisit your strategy and approach. If you are spending all the day in watching video
tutorials, think again.
So, the first tip to crack NEET in the first attempt is that you should draw up a well-crafted strategy, after a
careful consideration of every factor.

2. What should your strategy entail?
Strategies are formed for achieving an objective like a mission or a war like situation. Your strategy to crack
NEET should answer the following questions:
What’s expected of me during NEET examination? (Think as if you are going to set the paper for selecting the
best talent for admission to medical colleges. Now, you know the expected difficulty level in the examination.)
b. How are my competitors going to prepare for NEET?
c. Am I preparing the same way as my competitors are preparing or differently?

How would my existing method of preparation help me crack NEET?

3. Stop reading the topic again and again like a fool
You can only mug up the topics for success in school boards but not in NEET-UG. To crack NEET, you need
in-depth knowledge of the concepts and ability to think and apply such concept and understanding in a
meaningful manner.

I have seen many a students in the coaching classes. In the monthly tests, a student is advised that he is weak in
such and such topic. The teacher would tell him to work harder and focus on these weaker areas. Now what
this poor student does is to come back home and start reading those topics again and again. In the next test, his
performance does not improve. Why? Can you tell me the reason for this? Yes, this could have definitely
helped him in school tests but definitely not in NEET. If you ever need to study a chapter for your NEET
preparations, you should read it in pull-based manner.
So, the next tip to crack NEET is that you should focus more and more on practice, if you are really serious at
cracking NEET.

4. Practice as much as possible
You must know - practice is the key to success! Practice gives you the ability to attain perfection in any area of
life and so is true with cracking NEET also. With practice, the knowledge level increases, the test-taking
ability improves and on top of that your confidence also improves. I want you to be walking in to the
examination hall with the greatest confidence. Practice can only help you definitely but it’s equally important
that you know how to practice the right way so that you can crack NEET-UG with a top rank.

5. Select a good quality question bank for practice
You need to identify a good question bank for NEET and practice all the questions. The question bank should
contain questions covering the entire NEET syllabus and should not low level questions which are not asked
for in NEET. You should avoid a question bank which has repetitive questions or questions which involve the
same concept but having different language pattern. Also please ensure that the size of the question bank is
such that you can complete the entire question bank within the time period that is available with you.
Of course, identifying a good question bank is an uphill task. The best of the best coaching institutes would not
have the right question bank, which you can practice in a limited time.
Do not … I repeat … do not select a question bank which has school board level questions in it. You are not
going to appear for your school boards and don’t commit this mistake. It’s often said that NCERT books are
sufficient for NEET. Probably true. But keeping the same syllabus and same topics and concepts, the difficulty
and complexity level increase in NEET and increase further in AIIMS. My all others tips to crack NEET would
not work, if you practice poor quality questions.

6. Repeatedly revise all the incorrectly attempted questions
What most of you would do is to practice the entire question and be happy with 60% - 80% success rate and
hope that with 70-80% success rate, you would be able to top NEET. Rather, with this mindset you are hurting
yourself. Actually, you gain proficiency only for easy question and medium level questions and you miss all
the hard level question which you should have, in all circumstances, prepared for NEET.
And here's the last but not the least and the most important tip to crack NEET - revise all your incorrectly
attempted question repeatedly and bookmark important questions so that you gain perfection in attempting a
question having same or similar concept or trick. You can learn more about the best ways to revise for success
in NEET here.
So, this is some of the tricks and tips for cracking NEET or for that matter any competitive examination in life.
What we do in life for winning over our competitors, we need to do the same here, where you know that your
competitors are more than 12 lakhs in numbers and comprise best of the brains.
But you don’t feel nervous by the number of 12 lakhs. Keep cool. Learn about the smart preparations course
for success in NEET-UG and experience it free. I bet, you can’t find anything better anywhere in the world.
Do write to me for any queries or comments. I would be pleased to reply to your queries and comments and
provide you more tips to crack NEET at info@careerorbits.com

References:1- https://www.careerorbits.com/neet-ug-aipmt-aiims-pmt-preparation-courses.html
2- https://www.careerorbits.com/blogs/tips-to-crack-neet-ug-first-attempt/

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