Preparing for IIT/NEET during COVID 19 lockdown: It’s time to Prepare more
2 years ago
COVID 19 has shaken the whole world down. Earlier a 21-day lockdown was announced by honorable Prime Minister but on April 14, lockdown 2.0 of 20 days till May 3 has imposed by him to break the chain of the corona. Due to lockdown, the examination like IIT-JEE and NEET 2020 have been postponed earlier till May 3 but now it seems that the NTA has to postpone the examinations till May last.
For students preparing for IIT/ NEET 2020, these 40 days lockdown period is crucial and they must utilize it in a proper way to secure a good rank in the examination. To guide the aspiring students, Jugaadin news talked to Er. Lalit Hooda, Director Arjuna Classes, Hisar and asked for his valuable suggestions for the students.
This is an extra time that students are getting for preparing for IIT / NEET exam. If properly planned, these extra days can be a future-changer in their plans and will help them achieve their desired goals. This bonus time will be used to focus on weak areas and subjects and to further reinforce the concepts said Er. Lalit Hooda.
If aspirants are not planned till how to prepare or utilize these bonus days of lockdown, then here I am providing some tips on how to prepare for IIT/NEET during the lockdown.
First and foremost thing that you all know “ Practice makes a man perfect”. So practice solving questions and mock papers more at this time and perform better in the examination. After solving the paper, work is not done. You must analyze the score and the part which requires extra time and effort from your side. NTA also provides mock tests for the different exams it conducts on its website.
Secondly, no doubt lockdown has increased the number of social media users but being an IIT/NEET aspirant you should focus more on your studies rather than social media and the internet. Divide the day or make a time table to manage the study and other work. Practice and study for at least 10-12 hrs a day and give equal time to each subject. Do some physical exercise daily to make yourself active and relaxed.
Third, this is the right time to make revision notes for IIT/NEET 2020, as it will help them to revise the highlighted parts of each subject. These revision notes would be useful at the time of the last-minute examination.
Fourth, if any problem exists or feels mentally depressed due to lockdown, talk to your teachers, friends and family members. For solving subject related queries, now every institute is offering online classes for students.
There is no substitute for hard work. This extra time is bliss for students preparing IIT/NEET 2020 examinations. Thus advised to follow these above-mentioned tips for preparations and work hard.