Do you aspire to become a doctor? Then cracking NEET is your first step in achieving your aspirations. But when is the ideal time to start? If you feel like you should have started a little earlier, chances are you are right. To make NEET as easy as possible, you need to get your understanding of the basic concepts absolutely clear. Basic concepts from as early as the 8th Standard need to be understood. So, as you can see, you cannot start early enough.
But, why should you? Is it worth all the trouble? Well, here are 4 reasons to convince you that it absolutely is.
If you follow the MBBS scene even remotely, you would have realised that the NEET result has been made mandatory from 2017 for any MBBS aspirant in India. In 2017, over 11,00,000 (11 Lakh) Students competed for around 63,000 MBBS seats. That is over 17 students competing for each MBBS seat.
The completion only increases over time. And it is more important than ever to stay ahead of the competition and stand out in the herd.
Starting early gives you the edge and builds a strong foundation of great understanding of core concepts on which many complex theories and information are built on. Starting early also helps you to prepare in a more organised and strategic manner.
One of the most contributing factors for teen stress is the lack to time to prepare for the important tests. Starting later gives you lesser time to prepare and puts you in a tremendous amount of pressure.
Starting early give you ample time to set small goals, reaching them, getting motivated and staying positive throughout your preparation process.
While many students start to prepare for NEET right after the 12th Std, you would have already finished preparing. You can start writing many test series that are offered by many coaching centres to coach yourself through the actual test writing scenarios so that you are familiar with the exam pattern, time management, etc.
Having a mentor guide you through the whole process of NEET preparation is going to have a great impact on your results. There are many coaching centres that would teach you the concepts, help you with test series, etc. But only a few have great faculty with the most experience, who have great insights into the industry to guide you the right way. Do your research and choose the right Mentor for you.