Academic Director of Career Point, Mr Shailendra Maheshwari asserts that any student who has a good hold of 60% to 70% of the NEET syllabus can get admission into a good Medical College, and fulfil their dream of being a doctor. Given that they utilize these last 50 days which has come out as a result of NEET 2020 postponement due to COVID-19 pandemic. He further advised that– only those get success who search for opportunity in any kind of situation. And when we talk of NEET, then we know that more than 15 lakhs of students will take NEET 2020 and only a few thousand students will be selected.” As per the vision of renowned JEE Guru of Kota Coaching, Mr Maheshwari, we have brought you some key insights in this article.
He says that after this period of 50 days gets over, the exam will be conducted and you will get to witness many ups and downs. The student who will maintain their potential and their energy will be able to do better. Those students who have not reached better performance till yet but utilizes the remaining last 15 days will witness a significant jump in their performance. Whereas those students who have been performing well till now but unable to maintain their potential will surely slag their performance in NEET 2020.
The potential and the execution on the part of the student can be considered as the sinusoidal wave, like that of sine function showing trough and crest. Additionally, it is very difficult to remain maintained at a level, for which you as a student will have to put up many efforts in your performance. If you are currently at the peak then your endeavour must be to remain at the peak position. If you don’t put up your effort to maintain it, then you will surely get a fall in your further performances. But you can prolong your peak position if you properly put your efforts.
NEET 2020 has been postponed till my last week and as per the rescheduled NEET 2020 exam dates, the paper will be conducted on July 26 2020. It clearly indicates that NEET 2020 aspirants will get ample period before the examination is held. Therefore, you must develop a well-balanced strategy for this period, and follow a perfect study plan or say a balanced study schedule. Moreover, you should also keep certain do’s and don’ts in this period and utilize Career Point’s support system and tools to crack NEET 2020.
He further instructs to make a task list of what you need to do in these bonus days as mentioned below in points.
- You need to revise the whole syllabus of physics, chemistry, and Biology.
- Take a total of 8 to 10 test papers by 20th July.
- After 20th July onward you have to do revisions on formula level.
He further states that in order to do these 3 tasks you need to put your commitment to study for at least 12 hours a day. That is out of 24 hours that you have in a day, a student needs to strictly put his/her 12 hours aside for their studies.
Now let us look at how to utilize these 50 days’ time. The total study time which you have to put in is 600 hours (50×12 =600 hrs), if you try to bifurcate these 600 hours into different tasks then we get time break-up as mentioned below.
- The time required to take 10 tests would be around 30 hours (10 ×3= 30hrs).
- It’s important to analyze your paper, once you finish it off. Therefore you need to put in 1 hour for analyzing each paper. This means that you need a total of 10 hours for paper analysis (10×1=10hrs).
- It means that out of total 600 hours of your total study time, you will be left for 560 hours and you have to utilize this period effectively in your self-study.
Now to get all the insights into the” last 50 days strategy for NEET 2020” effectively, you should watch the video session where Mr Shailendra Maheshwari has put up immensely important information.
Physics & Chemistry- the game-changer for NEET 2020
Mr Maheshwari asserts that out of all the four subjects of NEET, it’s the Biology(Zoology & Botany) that all the students give more attention to. It turns Physics and Chemistry into a weak segment for the NEET aspirants. Although Zoology and Botany hold half the weightage of the paper, no one can crack NEET 2020 without a balanced command on Physics & Chemistry. Therefore, it is always recommended by the mentors that in order to ace the NEET exam, one should get a complete hold on the Biology along with any one of the Physics or Chemistry. Accompanied with at least an average level of hold on the third subject as per the choice and interest of the students. For instance, a student who develops a thorough command on Biology, along with chemistry and then goes for physics with average command will have a fair chance to clear NEET 2020. Now as the NEET 2020 has been postponed for a while, Career Point has launched a 60-day revision plan for Physics and Chemistry which can be used to enhance the chances to get selected in NEET 2020. Followings are the link of the courses:-
Additionally, he says that the last moments should be utilized for the revision purpose. To brush up the previously studied chapters and revisit and recall the under-laid concepts. keeping this factor in mind as well as after considering the current situation of the pandemic, Career Point has launched an online test series for NEET 2020. It comprises 6 Unit Tests and 3 Full syllabus tests and is available only at a small fee of rupees 499 only. Moreover, if a student wants to practice more extensively then he/she can use the extensive Online Test Series for NEET which includes 24 Unit, 8 Minor, 4 Revision, and 7 Full Syllabus Tests.
These tests will help you to revise and highlight the areas where your preparation is up to mark or falls short at, that too from without the need to go out and compromise with your safety.