With merely 10 days to go for the NEET MDS exam, this is indeed the most crucial time for all the MDS aspirants.
Every minute, to be more precise, every second you lose can cost you a seat.
The current situation demands rigorous efforts to be put in into your preparation.
In this post, we will familiarize you with what strategy you should adopt in the final 10 days prior to NEET MDS.
STRATEGY FOR FINAL 10 DAYS BEFORE NEET MDS
1. Attempt Online Mock Tests
The need of the hour is to attempt online mock Tests as much as possible. Attempting more and more Mock tests will help in enhancing your overall performance and will also provide you exposure to a wide variety of questions and will help enhance aspects such as Accuracy, Speed as well as Time Management Skills.
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2. Review Performance & Strengthen your Weak Areas
Attempting Mock Tests does not carry any significance untill you analyze your ‘Detailed Performance’.
Identify your strong and weak areas through the ‘Detailed Analysis’.
Your focus at this point should be to strengthen your weaker areas since these can substantially impact your overall performance in the exam.
Put in your 100% efforts to attain a certain level of proficiency in your weaker areas.
3. Strive to Reduce Mistakes/Errors with Each Mock Test Attempt
Make sure to reduce your mistakes/errors with each subsequent Mock Test Attempt.
Attempting mock Tests will be only beneficial if you are able to reduce your mistakes/errors.
Identify your errors and strive to rectify them.
Make sure not to repeat the same mistakes again since these can cost you heavily in the final exam.
4. Solve Previous Year Medical & Dental Papers
Revise and go through at least 10 previous year Medical & Dental papers.
Revising previous year papers will prove advantageous since questions are regularly repeated from previous year papers.
Revise the questions with explanations to facilitate better retention.
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5. Participate in ‘All India Level’ Mock Tests
To be able to outshine thousands of competitors and stay ahead in the competition, it is not only important to monitor your own performance but also your performance relative to your competitors.
The best way to perform a reality check is to participate in ‘All India Level’ Mock Tests conducted by various institutes.
Your ranking and score obtained in these ‘All India Level Tests’ will help you gauge your current preparation level and will also elicit performance improvement.
6. Adopt a Combination Approach for Practice
The best strategy to practice maximum number of questions in the final 10 days is to adopt a combination approach.
You can cover as many as 1800 questions in the final 10 days if you cover 180 questions per day.
A recent topper revealed that he adopted the same approach for covering maximum number of MCQs in the final few days.
The strategy is to cover 100 questions each day through Mock Tests, revise 50 questions with explanations and prepare 30 questions through Rapid Online Revision.
Try to adhere to this strategy since it will help you revise maximum number of MCQs through 3 different modes.
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7. Revise Important Concepts, Key Points, Highlights, Tricks & Volatile Terms
It is of vital importance to revise and recall all the important concepts, key points, tricks, highlights, tricks and volatile terms in the final few days.
This is because you tend to forget information owing to the extensive syllabi.
Recall all the important concepts and key points again and again to ensure that they are retained till the examination period.
8. Practice Image-Based Questions
Image-Based questions are a popular trend in NEET MDS over the recent years.
Make it a point to practice large number of Image-Based questions.
Prepladder’s NEET MDS Grand Pack is an incredible product which facilitates preparation in both Image-Based questions as well as Full-Length tests.
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9. Remain Calm and Confident, Do Not Succumb to Exam Pressure
It is of utmost importance not to fall prey to exam anxiety and stress. Remain calm and confident.
Maintain calm while preparing and do not succumb to exam anxiety.
10. Take Proper Diet & Adequate Sleep
In order to extract the maximum from the limited number of days, make it a point to take energy rich foods at regular intervals.
Avoid consuming oily and junk foods since they induce sleep.
Further, make it a point to take adequate sleep in order to extract the maximum output from the limited study hours.
Effectively Implementing the Above-listed Tips will definitely help you to get through the NEET MDS exam with a good rank & score.
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