How to Prepare for JEE NEET Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak
The new coronavirus pandemic has brought the entire world to a standstill. Daily routines have nearly halted as the world continues to fight against this never-seen-before deadly disease that came in like a thief in the night and stole more than just our freedom.
In this scenario, the government has requested offices and other establishments, including schools and colleges to close down. This has caused a lot of panic and distress among students. Mainly because they were in the midst of either giving their board exams or preparing for their upcoming entrance exams.
Now, if your exams have been cancelled, it does not mean you should stop your revisions. There are a few things students preparing for NEET and JEE 2020 should know and do before the final dates arrive.
Make a practical timetable
Now that JEE mains 2020 is postponed and NEET 2020 is postponed as well, you need to prepare a good strategic plan. This will help you stay focused on your goal and if you were unable to complete your syllabus earlier, now is the time. Take full advantage of these days and make sure to not get distracted by TV, family members or pets.
If you take this time to relax and catch up on some sleep, chances are that you may forget some concepts and all your hard work will amount to nothing. This is why during this lockdown make sure to keep practising and learning. This will keep all the concepts fresh in your memory and when the JEE Advanced 2020 exam schedule is out, you will be ready.
Attempt full-length mock tests
Online preparation for JEE and NEET will help you boost your confidence level. This is why students are always advised to enrol with online institutions that offer online mock tests. Taking mock tests will help you figure out the best strategy to attempt your paper and maximise your score. So, if you haven’t already, you must enrol right away.
Prepare short notes for revisions
If you were in a rush earlier and did not have enough time to prepare short notes, now you do. Notes help you revise everything easily without going through the entire chapter and also improve your memory.
Some of the best ways to prepare short notes are
- Use flow charts and diagrams
- Write down formulas and derivations that require revisions before exams
- Bookmark topic names and chapters so that you can go back and revise whenever needed.
You can also join NEET online Courses to get help from professional tutors and mentors who have several years of experience.
Limit your browsing
Everyone is going through a very rough phase right now. Thus, it is not your fault if you get distracted by watching the alarming stories and updates on COVID-19 everywhere. However, it important to limit your screen time so that you can concentrate and continue to prepare for your future.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused considerable disruption in the world. But, you mustn’t lose sight of what is important for you and your future. Make the most of this frightening time by working hard on your preparation, so when it’s time you will be ready to face the challenge.