Nothing special. The preparation strategy for NEET 2017 should be the same like AIPMT. Students who are worried about the difference in syllabus of NEET and their state CET, it’s not that big issue which is made out by everybody. The key is to follow recommended books (NCERT) or AIPMT (NEET) study material of any coaching.
Subject Wise Tips for NEET 2017
- Physics : Along with a good book for physics like HC Verma , it’s recommended to follow a coaching material as it is specifically designed for entrance exam preparation.
- Practice conceptual problems. Take up problems that relate theoretical physics to daily life. Your analytical skills will be tested in solving the questions.
- For Chemistry & Biology : Read from NCERT books. These are recommended books for NEET.
- NCERT books, practice tests, doubt removals, revising topics, solving questions every day, maintaining speed and accuracy, and regular with your coaching classes throughout the next 1 year are some of the key things which you need to follow to crack NEET 2017.
How State Board Students should go for NEET 2017 Preparation?
- There will be no MH-CET, WBJEE-Medical, KEAM or any other state medical entrance exam from 2017. Only single medical entrance exam i.e. NEET from 2017.
- Covering full NEET syllabus (which is largely based on class 11 and 12 CBSE syllabus) is difficult but very much achievable in one year..
How to tackle the syllabus and language issue in NEET 2017?
- Many states CET syllabus is already the one which is recommended by CBSE (changes were in effect from 2013). The concepts are same, it’s just about the right approach and practicing enough problems of AIPMT level.
- Language is something which we need to get better with time. Start learning in English. It’s a language that will shape up your future, growth, and helps in acquiring skills through wider resources. Think of it as one of the lesson learned from NEET 2016.
More competition for students but you will be eligible for higher number of seats.
- There will be more number of students who will apply for NEET 2017 as it will be the only exam for admissions in all medical colleges. The competition will get tighter but the good thing is you will be eligible for admission in all colleges without worrying about multiple state medical entrances.
- All those private medical colleges who were doing admissions through high capitation fee and donations will now take students on the basis of merits. The course fee will be regulated.
Wish You Good Luck and Happy Learning!!