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Before starting your exam preparation, You should have complete knowledge of NEET (UG) syllabus as it may change from time to time. Therefore, being aware of the latest syllabus is very important for sound preparation. If the curriculum is analyzed in an analytical way, then your preparation stays on track. So let us try to understand the latest pattern (in short) of this examination so that it can be passed successfully and easily.
You will be happy to know that even though the number of questions has been reduced, the time frame is still the same. This will have a positive impact on your accuracy. unlike the previous examinations, now the total number of questions in NEET examination is 180 instead of 200. The exam will consist of 4 topics; Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology; each sections having 45 questions with 1/4th negative marks. But no deduction has been done in the total time of the examination which is still 180 min.
Let us now share some tips that will make you realize the dream of succeeding in this exam. As you all know, NEET exams are declared by the CBSE, So you have to read NCERT books and you have no other choice besides this. The good thing about these books is that their curriculum is very accurate and every topic is explained in way which is very sophisticated and easy to understand. Students should try to understand each topic given in the booklet. You should try to solve all the exercises given in the book. As you all know, the exam is taken under a specific time frame. So your preparation without practice will not be considered complete. For practice you should take as many mock tests as possible which will make it easier to manage time while taking real NEET exam. Along with reading books and taking mock tests, you should also solve the previous year's AIPMT question papers.
Passing a test like NEET, without good study material is like a hollow dream of winning a war without weapon. Although we have discussed this above, but there will be no harm in repeating the fact that NCERT books have to be included in your preparation at any cost. Along with the proper study of these books, you have to pay attention to the old (AIPMT) test papers and take mock tests to monitor your preparation. All things considered, there are various alternatives nowadays. Above all, you can take assistance from the Internet which is the most helpful and creative alternative. If you have effectively joined any institute, they will give you their own relevant study material. However, don't totally and exclusively depend on it. Apart form NCERT, there are many authentic books from various publishers that can be used as a reference book to prepare for the NEET examination. You should also do some research on your own and also ask to seniors (having experience of NEET-UG Exam) for beneficial tips and suggestions.