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 10 study tips to make sure you crack NEET PG this year

NEET PG will be the only exam for admissions in medical PG courses this year. Some will clear it and some won’t.

Don't let all your efforts go waste. Use these 10 tips to make sure you get the maximum output from your study hours and stay ahead of the competition.

These tips will help you develop a fruitful learning strategy and ascertain your success in NEET PG this year.

 

 Following is the list of study tips for cracking NEET PG.

1. Set Goals

Goal setting can be used as a strategy to help aspirants bring positive changes into their lives. In order to implement the setting of goal make sure to ask oneself some questions: What is my goal? Is my goal realistic? How much effort has to be put in to fulfil my goal? If you’re happy with the goals that you have set then aim to develop the study plan for the remaining time with your goal in mind. 

2. Come up with an effective Study Plan

Time is priceless. We all know this, yet many aspirants fail to make the proper use of time and take a nosedive.  Thus proper utilization of the time by making an effective study plan is a must if the candidate wants to crack NEET PG. This will not only help you reach your goals and make the most of your time but it will also put your mind at ease. Read How to make a realistic study plan, that you’ll actually follow.

3. Regular Study Breaks are a must!

We require timely rest as after all we are humans and not machines. Even the machines need some rest to get back to working efficiently. Hence it is indispensable to realize that one can’t maintain an optimum level of concentration without taking optimum break to recover. But beware that you don’t bring the breaks on higher priority than studies. Study must be ones topmost priority. Breaks can be in the form of a ten-minute walk, a trip to the gym, having a chat with a friend or simply taking a small nap. Taking regular short breaks not only helps to improve focus but also boosts the productivity.

4. Embrace New Technologies

Most people study by highlighting on the textbooks and making notes with a pen on a scrap of paper. However these methods still find their place and importance but there are countless options for personalising study than ever before. Be it through online tools, social media, blogs, videos or mobile apps, learning has become easy, interesting and user-centred. If you wish to try a new learning technology then PrepLadder is a great place to learn. This is how our revolutionary technology is reinventing the way people prepare for NEET PG

5. Test Yourself often

Lack of self-analysis beforehand leads to negative consequences. The only solution to this is to mentally prepare for the pressure by testing yourself on prior basis. Also, knowing your competition before going for the exam is an asset. Testing yourself with online mock tests is a great way of doing this. And don’t worry about the performance in the initial stage– the more you practice, the better you’ll get. Don’t believe us? Enroll for the FREE NEET PG Test Series with us and see the improvement yourself.

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6. Health is everything

Take an opportunity to evaluate yourself both physically and mentally. Instead of complaining "I never get enough sleep" or "I'm eating too much convenience food" take control and plan for bringing in the balance. This will help you be more happy and more productive.

7. Positivity is imperative

Your attitude has a major share of impact on the level of study that you do and the effectiveness of the learning. If you possess a negative approach and keep saying that you can’t do it then this won’t commit to the idea of learning. This will only make things difficult. Instead, focus your mind on being optimistic for the outcomes and on using your own individual strengths to achieve them. The time you start thinking positively, the reward centers in your brain show greater activity, thus making you feel less anxious and more open to new ideas.

8. Have Study Partners

At this point of time if you get stuck on any topic, the best way is to discuss with your friends or seek assistance from your mentors. Try to have study partner so that you don’t have to wait for too long to get help in clearing your doubts. You can also join us and benefit from our experts by rectifying your doubts.

9. Turn lessons into something that interests you

Everybody has something that interests them. So try to narrate or transform your studies into your interests to have a better understanding of the topic. Like many people like to narrate stories that overwhelm them, so these aspirants can narrate the topics that seem difficult into the stories which will help in retaining these topics during the exam. Make it into crazy stories because it is easy to remember them.

10. Establishment of the Study Routine

For the establishment of the routine, first important point is to create the study environment. For creating this, find a quiet place to study. The second thing is that there is no hard and fast rule to play by when it comes to best time for studying and how long one should study for. Everybody is different and have their own capacity. So if you’re a morning person wake up early to study, if you’re a night person stay up late to study. Do what works best for you for maximum output.

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