If you are NEET Aspirant, then you must have 1 question in your mind about how do the NEET toppers study? What is their study timetable? How they schedule their time? How they utilize their time? So after performing a survey on toppers, we are ready to share with you these practices & strategies which are mostly used by the NEET toppers.
A good plan always won half the battle. So it is important to see all factors that play a significant role, tackle them one by one. One important thing to do is to look at the previous year exam analysis, understand the exam with the help of insights from toppers and experts and then strategize gripping in mind the MHT CET 2020 syllabus, exam pattern, books to read from and practice sessions.
You can follow below timetable as a daily schedule for JEE & MHT-CET preparation. As there are approximately 60 topics for your upcoming MHT-CET, you can divide those topics within 6 months of the remaining 10 months. Let us do the calculations now.
While November might be a month of festivities for everyone else, but if you are a JEE Main aspirant, it is a crucial time for your future. With less than three months left for the first session of JEE Main 2020, just like you, lakhs of students across India are leaving no stones unturned to secure a seat in prestigious institutes like IITs and NIITs.
In 2019, a total of 15.19 lakh students registered for NEET Exam, out of which only 30,455 students qualified for the Government College MBBS seats. The competition is tough thus we are here to bring you some tips which you can keep in mind while giving the final strokes to NEET Preparation before a week and a day before the exam.
As you all know that JEE Main Exam is the gateway for admission in the country’s top engineering and technical institutes. This is the first exam which will be carried out to select candidates for JEE Advanced. In 2018, total 11350845 students registered for JEE Main Exam, out of which only 231,024 qualify for JEE Advanced Exam.
The Best Mobile App For NEET Preparation 2020 - Learning with the help of the app gives you tremendous comfort. Since you study in your comfort zone, there are very good chances to score more. Additionally, the app helps you with real-time reports which give you meaningful data like accuracy, speed, etc.
Here are the 10 prime reasons why online learning is more effective. #1 Variety of programs and courses #2 Lower total costs #3 More comfortable learning environment #4 Convenience and flexibility #5 More interaction and greater ability to concentrate #6 Career advancement #7 Continue in your profession #8 Avoid commuting #9 Improve your technical skills #10 Transfer credits
It is that time of the year again when the academic world is written by the ‘JEE Main 2020’ phenomenon. Everybody is busy pouring over their textbooks and guides, referring to notes, studying into the night, and sitting at their desk, sucking on pencils and trying to memorize all the formula.
Nearly 8 lakh students qualified for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). It means near about 6 lakh students didn't cross the minimum cut off marks. If you are one of them, just be cool. Don't lose your heart.
In this article, we will discuss complete details regarding the JEE Main 2020 Exam such as syllabus, eligibility criteria & exam pattern.
Aspiring to crack the NEET 2020 exam to get admission in a medical or dental college in India? Practice the best mock test for NEET 2020 and beat the competition to get into one of the top medical colleges in the country!!!
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JEE Mains Exam preparation can be broadly divided into three parts: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Here are Some Important Subject wise tips to crack JEE Main 2020 without Coaching.
National Eligibility Entrance Test is the gateway to several top-notch medical and dental colleges at the undergraduate level. More than 10 lakh students appear for NEET every year for nearly 1 lakh seats in different medical and dental colleges across the country.
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is a national level entrance examination which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), for the admission to MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges of India. In this post, we are providing you with the strategic guide to prepare for NEET Exam.
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