(For Long Term NEET Students)
Target NEET 2024
NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical (MBBS) and dental (BDS) courses in government and private medical colleges across India. NEET replaced various state-level and individual medical entrance exams to provide a standardized process for medical admissions.
NEET is one of the most competitive medical entrance exams in India, and the number of applicants is consistently high. As of my last update, the number of NEET applicants was often in the millions, ranging from around 11 to 16 lakh (1.1 to 1.6 million) applicants in recent years.
Generally, the number of students applying for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is more than those applying for engineering entrance exams like JEE (Joint Entrance Examination)
This scarcity of seats in medical colleges, combined with the relatively large number of aspirants, contributes to the intense competition observed in medical entrance exams like NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) in India.
Absolutely, identifying and addressing weak areas is a crucial strategy for overcoming competition, especially in challenging entrance exams or academic programs.
Meticulous planning and dedicated guidance from teachers are indeed powerful factors that can significantly contribute to your success within any educational system.
NEET aspirants often perceive physics as a challenging subject, and they might choose medical fields precisely because they feel less comfortable with mathematics. However, it’s important to recognize that physics in the context of medical entrance exams like NEET mathematics fundamentals place vital role.
Our well-designed course plan and structure that prioritize conceptual understanding, practical relevance, and student well-being can significantly enhance the learning experience and help students achieve their academic and personal goals.
This course is designed to provide aspiring medical and dental students with a comprehensive and structured approach to prepare for the NEET examination. It covers the essential subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and focuses on strengthening problem-solving skills, conceptual understanding, and exam strategies.
1. Planned Course Modules.
2. Thorough coverage of NEET syllabus.
3. Conceptual clarity and problem-solving skills enhancement.
4. Exam-focused approach to improve performance.
5. Personalized study plan for individual needs.
6. Expert guidance and mentorship.
7. Regular assessments to track progress.
8. Stress management and exam-taking strategies.
Remember, while the course structure provides a guideline, it’s important to adapt it based on the specific needs of the students and any updates to the NEET syllabus. Additionally, a supportive learning environment, dedication, and consistent practice are crucial for success in NEET.
1. Foundation and Basics Review.
2. Introduction to NEET and exam pattern.
3. Time management and study techniques. Basics review for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology Problem Solving and Practice.
4. Completion of syllabus in Planned modules in 7 months.
5. Remaining 5 months meticulous planning for revision ,cumulative and grand tests.
6. Regular practice questions after each topic. Section-wise assignments.
7. Full-length mock tests with time limits. Test-Taking Strategies and Mock Tests.
8. Strategies for tackling different question types.
9. Time management during the exam.
10. Attempting mock tests under exam conditions.
11. Revision and Final Preparation.
12. Solving previous years NEET question papers.
13. Individualized study plan based on performance.
14. Personal mentorship and doubt-clearing sessions.
• 80-minute lecture, which is further divided into DPP discussion of 25 minutes and theoretical and conceptual learning of 55 minutes.
• Five lectures per subject per week.
• Total of 585 lectures (approximately 195 lectures in each course) in the entire course.
• Approximately 800 hours of classroom teaching plus doubt clarification sessions.
• Periodic tests are conducted weekly. once a month in the form of a part test and cumulative test.
• Regular conduct of doubt classes.
• Limited strength and personnel attention.
• Identifying strengths and weakness.
• Classes by expert and experienced faculty.
• Focus on high weightage topics.
• Practice mock tests.
• Training on balanced approach of answering papers.
• Last minute strategies.