Students spend time dreaming about getting admission to the best educational institutions in India. There is a wonder because the entrance exams to these institutions (and foreign ones) are getting tougher. What makes it so is the amount of competition that is growing by the day. NEET is an entrance exam for medical college aspirants.

Start Preparations Early
It is important to have enough time to prepare all the topics. For this, make a timetable that gives four to five days for each subject. Check if this is right and make the needed changes. Once you are set, see if your time schedule is on track or if you are short of time. Get in touch with the center for NEET Entrance Coaching in Itanagar for help. They have experience training and placing students for competitive exams.

Get Your Study Books

The best books for study are these:


Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov

The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. II & Vol. II


Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations – R. C. Mukherjee

Organic Chemistry – MConcise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Leeorrison and Boyd


Objective NCERT at Your Fingertips for NEET

Trueman’s Elementary Biology Volume – I and Volume – II

Make a Study Schedule

Here find out how much time it takes to cover a chapter. This is an approximate estimate so be prepared to change and adjust your time table. Be sure to cover the syllabus twice. Keep in touch with your study coordinator at the study centre and clear your doubts regularly. This will help you study better and faster.

Choose a Good Option
They have both online and offline study options at the coaching centre. You can opt for whichever is convenient. The online study program is good because you can choose the hours and there is no travel involved. This will reduce the strain and keep your mind free of distractions. In the classroom module, you will have distractions but you will have direct interaction with the teachers and this will open your mind. You will absorb better and so you will retain the matter longer.

Go Over Your Plan
Set out priorities (such as don’t sleep during study hours) and make adjustments to your schedule as you go along. For instance, you may have chalked out 6-7 PM as your revision time but you find 5-6 AM is better to do this. Then, change to the one that suits you, it is not a necessity to stick to what you wrote down originally.

Solve Old Papers
Get some sample papers from the previous year and try to solve it. Do this often because it will tell you how much you have progressed. Practice is the key in all competitive exams and so keeps on working on old papers and new ones. You will get mock tests from your coaching centre that will help you with this.

Enough study is not enough, it only makes you mentally tough. You need to adapt, and for this, your body must have enough strength and rest. Take enough rest and breaks during your preparation. It will help you find methods to adjust.

Author's Bio: 

It was started in years 1998, with the motto “Eminence through Excellence”. We plan to train even the weakest of mind to crack the toughest of the examinations. We committed ourselves to shaping out medicos and engineers who would take India’s healthcare and technical ken to new heights. The vision of success in medical / engineering competitive examinations has now been converted into reality.