As much as candidates need to know what to do, it is equally crucial for candidates to know what not to do while preparing for NEET. Candidates must know how to avoid obstacles and tackle the things that might slow their growth.
Mentioned below is a list of things to avoid while preparing for NEET:
- LONG STUDY HOURS.
- GETTING DEMOTIVATED BY LOW TEST SCORES.
- LACK OF SLEEP.
- BLIND EYE YOUR WEAK AREAS
Procrastination is your biggest enemy! It dumbs you down, slows your growth, and gives you that stuck feeling. You procrastinate once and long before you realize it, you are stuck in a loop of delaying things which in return would affect the results and trigger anxiety, stress and other alike.
LONG STUDY HOURS:
To ensure maximum productivity candidates, should take short breaks after every 50-60 mins of studying. That is how to give themselves some time to grasp what they read and not overload their brains. Long study hours could result in health problems and even a source of demotivation for some. As they say, excess of anything is harmful.
GETTING DEMOTIVATED BY LOW TEST SCORES:
Mock tests are just a way to evaluate your progress and to make you understand your strengths and weaknesses. Candidates should not get demotivated by low test scores. Instead, they should be smart enough to spot the weak areas and work on them rigorously.
LACK OF SLEEP:
Sacrificing your sleep is as dangerous as anything else. The human brain and body need some rest to ensure maximum productivity, without adequate sleep candidates might find it difficult, to understand what they are studying.
The truth is, no matter what you do, there will always be someone ready to shoot you down. Do not let people do that to you. Do not let them act as a source of negativity. More importantly, do not let people influence your NEET preparation journey. Be amongst the people who motivate you and genuinely want to see your growth!
BLIND EYE YOUR WEAK AREAS:
Candidates often make the mistake of ignoring the chapters they are weak at, they plan on covering those chapters sometime later. But, by doing so, they open door-to-panic and unnecessary anxiety. Instead of keeping it pending to the last minute candidates should focus on covering the tricky things first. And, then moving on to the next. By doing so, not only will they cross a milestone but also have ample time to revise for the same.
To sum up everything, people have made mistakes in the past because they weren’t aware but, we should learn from their mistakes and make sure we don’t repeat the same. Irrespective of everything, candidates should be willing to fight against all the odds and do what it takes to crack their NEET exams with flying colours.