Study Techniques for NEET – These helped me to get AIR 19 in NEET 2018.

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I was hoping you could read this article to find out about NEET study techniques, which helped me crack NEET with AIR 19.

Hello guys! A few days ago, On my Quora account, I got requests from Sushant Pratap Singh and Almas Ansari to share few study techniques. I thought a blog post was a better way to convey it. So here I am sharing some of the best hacks to boost your preparation.

Study techniques for NEET

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Smart work

A machine is that thing which reduces the human effort. Similarly smart work is that thing which reduces our working time and increases both output quality and quantity.

The success mantra = Smart work+perseverance+intelligence

Here are some of the study techniques for NEET under the following main headings:

  1. Note taking and memorisation
  2. Time management
  3. Positive environment
  4. Periodic mocks

Note taking and memorisation

This is the first thing I want to mention here. Well, I used different types of note-taking procedures during my journey, and here are some of the best:

Cornell’s note-taking method:

The Cornell Notes system (also Cornell note-taking system, Cornell method, or Cornell way) was devised in the 1940s by Walter Pauk, an education professor at Cornell University. Pauk advocated its use in his best-selling book How to Study in College.

The image below is a model of a page I found on Pinterest.

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I have faced difficulty in using it for Physics. It was convenient in the case of Biology.

Mind Maps:

They are the most popular mode of notes taking. When I became frustrated with concepts, and I could not understand and appreciate the idea, I used to bring a big white chart, sit down with a large-sized wooden plank on my lap, and draw the mind maps, and they worked like magic. My concepts became clear, but I also used to feel motivated to study more, and they used to boost up my confidence. I used to enjoy drinking coffee while drawing them.

Charts on wall

I used to make charts for the topics I didn’t remember and stuck them on the walls at home and even in my class. I saw this even my friends used to stick them on the walls. So the atmosphere became a bit positive and motivated us to study, and at the same time, we could remember all the facts.

Quizlet

This app worked wonders in helping me memorize things. It is a flash card app. Android also has cool games that allow you to remember. This is available on iOS, too(along with Android).

Making short notes

I made short notes during the last stages of my preparation. When I was revising things, I noted down only those I made mistakes during practice and those I felt new while adjusting. I made sure that I noted these down quickly and conveniently. This made up my short notes, and it came in handy a few days before NEET.

Time management

Pomodoro technique:

This is a great technique that keeps you alert and, at the same time, ensures that your productivity levels are high during the learning period. I have written a detailed blog post on the same topic. You can read it here:

Setting weekly (short term) targets:

Rather than having big targets, divide them into small chunks, set weekly or fortnightly targets. Once you complete these small targets, you will get a sense of achievement and motivate you to study further. This is very important because at any point in time, you should not give up. This feeling of accomplishment when you set small targets motivates you and keeps you going.

Positive environment:

This is the most critical factor that plays a crucial role in your success. A positive environment rejuvenates you. It plays a significant role in success. Have a healthy academic competition between you and your peers. Don’t hesitate to share any piece of valuable information. Have an open mind.

Periodic mocks:

You know how important they are in assessing how well you have prepared and how well you can assimilate information. They also act as a guiding tool to gauge your preparation and plan your next step forward.

Feel free to contact me by email at kodurusriharsha1@gmail.com

Periodic mocks:

You know how important they are in assessing how well you have prepared and how well you can assimilate information. They also act as a guiding tool to gauge your preparation and plan your next step forward.

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KODURU SRIHARSHA

AIR 19,NEET 2018

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