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NEET and JEE-last tips to crack

Dr.T.P.Sethumadhavan

 Allocation of two additional examination centres for National eligibility cum entrance test-NEET by CBSE at Thrissur and Kannur will be very much useful for the students from Malabar districts. This year compared to previous year 11.35 lakh students have applied for NEET 2017 with an increase of 42 percent. NEET examination which will be held on 7th May 2017 which has 180 questions with 720 marks. Of which 50 percent questions will be from Biology which decides the fate of NEET Success rate. If a student’s performance in biology is excellent, with 50 percent each marks in Physics and Chemistry he may score 500 marks which facilitates in getting MBBS admission. Students can attempt questions in the order of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Time management is more important. Students who applied for AIIMS entrance test also need to prepare for general knowledge questions. GK questions will be from national and international subjects. General Knowledge pertaining to last one year will facilitate to get better marks in this subject. Since AIIMS and NEET have negative marking, care should be taken not to answer unknown questions. Students can apply for MBBS at Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Post graduate Education and Research- JIPMER from 27th March onwards. JIPMER will have questions from different topics such as physics, chemistry, Biology, Logical and Quantitative Reasoning and English Comprehension without negative marking system.
Joint Engineering Entrance Examination JEE (Main) will have paper based and computer based modes. Paper based mode will be held on 2nd April 2017 and computer based mode will be held on 8th and 9th April 2017.
Students preparing for NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER and JEE should be aware about the last tips for success. Try to refresh fundamentals from the core subjects and practice with model question papers, previous years question papers and mock tests. Take plenty of boiled water and better avoid non vegetarian, hotel and frozen foods. Unwanted stress among students and parents will reduce their success rate. Try to be optimistic about the outcome.

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