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Ans. To increase marks in theory, you should revise it. Study the highlighted points in NCERT and the Module. Note the things you forget in a Monitor Register and revise them whenever you get time. Study the summary of NCERT. Simplify the theory. You can simplify the diagrams in the form of flowchart.
Ans. Biology should be read not for interest but for marks. Whether you are interested in any topic or not but of course you are interested in being a doctor so you should keep that interest on priority. Consistency is quite important for success.
Ans. Revise more and more. Properly analyse the silly mistakes.
Ans. You have been given weightage chart in Exam Booklet. The first 12 topics out of 24 should be imparted more attention and time but no topic is to be skipped. 75 questions out of 90 may be from the first 12 topics.
Don’t study too much in the last two days. Revise the points and examples that you are more likely to forget. (Monitor Register) NCERT Tables + Diagrams + Boxes.
Ans. Prepare theory assiduously. Revise Star (*) Marks and Minor Test Papers.
Ans.You should study at least for 12-15 hours and sleep for 5-6 hours. Remaining time should be used for routine and other activities.
Ans. Your exam time will be 2-5 p.m so you should form the habit of being in active mode from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Ans.Attempt the paper in two rounds. In the first round, attempt only those questions which can be done in one go or can be solved just by putting the formula. In the first round, you may find questions with two confusing options or lengthy ones. Such questions should be attempted in the 2nd round. The questions which you find difficult in the first glance move ahead with a smile on your face and don’t try to attempt them.
There is negative marking in the exam and here comes the test of your patience so attempt only those questions which you are quite sure of. You don’t have to attempt the whole paper.
You can start the paper with the subject you like but there should be a cumulative First Round. (Generally B—C--P)
You should fill the key at once after completing the first round as these are the ones in which you are 100% sure. Afterwards you can go for the Second Round.
You can be selected even if you start now. You should focus more on the topics with higher weightage and revise them again and again. Don’t study all the topics. Study the topics that you can easily cover and revise them again and again. Keep up your confidence. Don’t think whether you will be selected or not, it will only spoil your time rather focus on studies. Just ask yourself what you should do to be selected and you will get the answer. Let all the negativity be replaced by positivity and you will definitely be selected.
Ans. You should revise the class notes at this time. Solve the questions of Exercise I & II from the module again. Revise the Physics Crop twice. There may be 25 or more similar questions in NEET 2020.
Ans. Maximum no. of questions in Physics i.e. 40 out of 45 are numericals so NCERT is not important here. The theoretical questions will be from your Class notes or your module.
Ans. Memorize the important points in theory dictated by your teacher and revise them time and again. Practice numericals more and more. Clear the theory of tricky questions so that you can convert your weakness into strength. Write down formulae or short tricks from Physics Handbook so that you can revise the complete topic at a glance just before your exam.
Ans. You must give preference to the topics with higher weightage but low weightage topics should also be prepared as there can be easy questions from any topic.
Important Topics -- Modern Physics, Thermal Physics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Electronics, Fluids, Gravitation
You must practise Ex. I & II of all the topics from Class Notes and Module. Don’t leave less important topics such as- U& D, Error, EMW because there is one question each year from these topics.
Ans. Take help of approximate calculation method if you are not close to the options. In most of the questions you can get the answer by eliminating the option through unit dimension.
Ans.Yes, you should revise the important questions (* marked questions) of Minor Test Papers.
JEE ADVANCED --- No Need
JEE MAINS --- According to Need
Ans. In Physical Chemistry focus on question practice along with theory. In Physical Chemistry, write formulas in a register so that you don’t have any problem in revision at the last time. Organic & Inorganic should be revised frequently.
Ans. Instead of learning the mechanism by rote, try to understand them.
Ans. Strengthen your conceptual part. Underline the question while reading it. Attempt only those questions in which you are 100% confident. Review and critically analyse the paper after each exam, in order to understand the reason of wrong attempt. Write the reason down on the back of the paper and read the report before attempting the next paper.
Ans. Attempt Bio first. Solve Physics and Chemistry in two or three rounds. Attempt only those questions in the first round which you can solve in one go. Don’t attempt the lengthy questions in the first round even if you know how to solve them rather circle them to attempt later. Cross the questions that you don’t know at all. In the second round, attempt the circle marked questions and in the third round, if you are left with some time, attempt the cross marked questions through Option Elimination Technique.
Ans.It happens only in some part of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. The best way is rapid and frequent revision.
Ans. Follow the things at home that are being taught in the classroom. Keep practising questions. No need of any extra material.
Ans. Once you should complete the syllabus as per the classroom teaching and then in the last time you can skip less important topics i.e. the questions with less frequency in the previous years.