With couples of months left for the NEET 2020 to go, students are hurriedly preparing for it. For the single entrance examination leading to the undergraduate medical courses provided in the Indian subcontinent. However, the students are always advised not to start learning chapters or topics which is either new to them or that they missed completing. As it creates lots of confusion and makes the whole process chaotic.
Instead, it is recommended that they revise the studied portions and practice more and more through mock tests of NEET 2020. It will help him achieve more in the NEET 2020 exam. Additionally, when you get yourself involved in NEET 2020 test series, try to note and learn the factors that will help you score more. Some of which we have mentioned hereby, particularly in the form of Tips to Avoid Negative Marking in NEET.
Read the Questions Carefully and Thoroughly
Firstly while attempting the questions, students should read the given questions thoroughly. It’s important, as it has been seen that the candidates fail to comprehend the question completely and correctly due to their nervousness. Thus leading to the incorrect answer and ultimately getting a negative score. This is the prime reason behind negative marking in NEET.
Properly Read all the four given Choices
Additionally to paying attention to the question and reading it carefully, the aspirants should also not miss going through the all the four given choices of answer. In these four multiple choices of answers the question framing authority intentionally set a similar type of options to confuse the aspirants. Moreover, the NEET paper comprises questions that have choice within the choice, which needs careful observation to answer it correctly. Thus the aspirants must read all the options of every question properly before they answer them to avoid getting negative marking in NEET.
Try to Attempt All the Easy Questions on the First Hand
By using the mock tests for NEET 2020, the students should develop a habit of skimming through all the questions on the first hand. To identify the questions that appear to be easy for them to solve, the questions that they can answer confidently. Thus after attempting all those seemingly easy questions will build up their confidence and help reduce nervousness and stress.
On the other hand, if they start with the tough question, it will build up stress and cause more nervousness. And in that stressful condition, they can mess even with the easy questions for which they were confident at the beginning of the paper. Making the errors that are known as “silly mistakes” and ultimately losing the easily score-able marks, and instead of it getting negative marking in NEET.