What are NEET Test Series and How to Prepare for them?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test [Undergraduate] or NEET [UG], earlier NEET, was called the All India Pre Medical Test [AIPMT]. It is organized by the NTA [National Testing Agency] for MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH courses all over the country.
NEET is conducted offline for 3 hours in different regional languages i.e English, Hindi, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Marathi, Urdu Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, and Assamese. Best coaching for NEET TEST Series provides the question in different languages in their practice test series.
Eligibility criteria for NEET
To appear for NEET it's compulsory to have science as a core subject in class 10th and Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biotechnology subject combination in class 12th with the minimum 60% overall marks in boards exams.
Latest Pattern of NEET
From the latest update of 2021, the total no of questions asked in the exam is 200 but, students have to attempt 180 questions only. The questions in the NEET exam latest pattern are divided into two sections - Section A and B. Section A contains 35 questions while section B contains 15 questions which in total is 50 questions in each subject.
Importance of Test Series for NEET
Test series is the most crucial tool to analyze your preparation, you will get the most appropriate reflection of your preparation. It's the most recommended step by the top faculties of the NEET classes in Gorakhpur. You should never escape your test series organized by the NEET coaching institutes. Make sure that the test series you are following have covered the NCERT syllabus properly.
How to prepare for NEET Test Series
It is most important for the preparation of the test series to keep in mind that you don't have to skip a single test.
Keep reminding yourself about the date and syllabus of the test series.
Don't get demotivated by the low scores in the test series, focus on analyzing that which is your strong topic and where you have secured negative marking.
Test series usually occur at the interval of 1 or 2 weeks.
So get your syllabus on the very first or at least the second day of the week and start preparing with the syllabus
Practice as many questions as you can for the test series don't only focus on the theoretical part, nobody asks for theory.