Respected SIR/MADAM currently im in 12th standard,I have wasted my 11th and the 7 month lockdown period...Im planning to appear in NEET 2021..Ive decided to dedicate myself completely. Can i prepare neet in 4 months from the scratch and 2 months for mocks, please tell me your opinion..
You don't stress yourself dear , you can still clear neet examination with remaining time you have even if you have wasted your class 11th time.
Many students do start their preparation in class 12th only for Neet examination and not only prepare but get selected into good Medical College as well you can do the same, all you need to do is be honest and dedicated towards your studies and Neet preparation and you will definitely crack it
And to be honest Neet syllabus is basically the syllabus of class 11th and class 12th for physics chemistry and Biology so as you are in class 12th means you have passed class 11th and you are studying for your board examination as well so if you are studying well for your board examination then it means around 50% of your preparation is done ,so don't worry you can definitely prepare even if you start from now
To prepare well for neet follow the below mentioned tips
*Give priority to ncert:-To prepare for neet exam first of all go through ncert as at least 90-95% questions in neet are based on the concepts from ncert , go through solved examples and unsolved questions in the ncert , in biology study all the diagrams also , as diagram based questions are also there , so you need to master NCERT .
*Make routine or timetable :- Give at least around 8 hours or more to study , your routine should revolve around things i.e study, revise and practice
*After finishing each chapter you should practice questions, you should practise at least 80 to 100 numericals / mcqs in Each chapter
*You can make short notes for quick revision of important concepts and formulas , keep revising your concepts at regular intervals, like once in a week or 15 days .
*Solve previous year NEET questions :-it will let you know the examination pattern, type and difficulty level of questions etc
* Once done with complete syllabus, go through NEET mock test papers , it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below
Is coaching necessary for neet as i have not study well in 11th and 12th because of curfew and lockdown in jand k
Hello student ,
To be consider coaching or not depends on your decision and capability most of the students had cleared neet this year without coaching but they had their basics clear . As you have mentioned your 11th and 12th basics are not clear.i.e you haven't studied well then you must join good coaching for neet . Coaching gives you insight of that exam with proper mentorship and methods . You will also know about most of thing about paper like what is the easy and short method to solve question in least time and many more . So looking at your case coaching might help you to develop more and get scored in neet .
i applied for cucet exam with my ews certificate and during lockdown it got expired. further, due to pandemic, I am unable to get it renewed as this process is offline in delhi. how should I apply for counseling? My marks are 68 in msc. biotechnology.
I am from ts but due to lockdown and other situations I couldnt get my caste certificate from ts so I bought same caste certificate from ap now I want to attend ts eamcet counclling can I get fee reimbursement with that caste certificate?
This year cut off rank for iiits snd Nits will be increases or not due to lockdown? please tell me sir?
Every year there is a cutoff closing rank set by different nits or iiits, so that students can get admission only when they clear that particular cutoff rank.
Now every year the cut off Trends changes - it increases or decreases
But the cut off of these nits or iiits doesn't depend on this lockdown or some curfews etc.
Cut off for these colleges mainly depend on the following factors :-
- The difficulty level of the examination.
- Total number of candidates that appeared in JEE Mains.
- The previous years cutoff Trends.
- Number of seats available in in NIT or IIIts.
Based on these factors the cutoff are increased or decreased, so this lock down doesn't affect the cutoff, but if the number of candidate decreases then there is chance that cutoff closing ranks will rise up a little.
So, check out the previous year cut off for some of the top nits. :-
And also check out the previous year cutoff Trends for some top iiits :-.
this Year cut off rank will be decrease or increase for nits and iiits Due to lockdown?
There is nothing like that . Cutoff factors depends upon difficulty level of the examination of JEE Mains/JEE Advanced. Other factors includes are, number of seats available for admission, previous year cutoff trends, number of applicants in an institute and number of candidates appeared for the examination. Only these factors determine the cutoff each year. You can use our college predictor tool to know the cutoff and accordingly the colleges you may have a chance at: https://engineering.careers360.com/jee-main-college-predictor
I have Wasted this whole lockdown period of 5 Months and Now I am left with 3 Months For Jee Mains and I really need to study I am left with my my 90% Of 12th Portion and I have completed 45% of 11th but it need to revise to take 11th to 70% can anyone tell what to do?How to study now? please
I can see that you are in a lot of pressure. First you need to take a deep breath and be calm. Wonders can be achieved in 3 months. The syllabus for jee main is your 11th and 12th together. Focusing on 12 the syllabus more is logical right now for you. Cover up the 12th syllabus first as it will also help you in your boards examination.
Get ready as you don't have a single minute to waste.
For chemistry 12th class syllabus only NCERT is enough. I repeat only NCERT.
If you have gone through each and every question of the book and you actually get it and not just cram it up, you don't need anything else.
for 11th class chemistry you only need a few chapters of ncert, not the whole book and you will be able to get decent marks in jee.
For maths(both 11th and 12th) try to take out ncert first. As you are left with less time I will not refer RD Sharma but if somehow you manage to get some time do try to solve it too otherwise just take previous year question paper and try to solve them and practice them.
For physics you actually need to make effort as 11th class physics is a bit tougher than 12th class. If you are done with 12th class physics without giving it a second thought go for 11th class physics first and then any other subjects
I wish you all the best!
this year (2020) in jossa and csab special round cut off rank will be increase or decrease? due to lockdown
Josaa - joint seat allocation authority, is responsible for counseling and giving Admission in undergraduate courses in IITs, NITs, IIITs and gftis .
Every year there is a cut off opening and closing ranks set by the the participating institutes.
The increment or decrement of cutoffs varies by the following factors :-
1. Number of candidates appeared in examination.
2. difficult level of examination.
3. previous years cutoffs.
4. number of seats available in participating institutes.
As this year 2020, the jee mains are given by less number of candidates, then yes, there is a chance that cutoff closing rank will be increased, but there is no surety. Also there is a chance that in CSAB counselling the cut off closing ranks will be increased a little bit but there is no surety.
If you have given JEE mains this year then check out our JEE mains college predictor tool to get an appropriate idea of the colleges that you can get on the basis of your JEE mains rank :-
this year the opening and closing rank will be incresd or not due to lockdown situation like CSAB special round for iiits and nits the rank increases or not in special round?
The increment or decrement of cutoffs fir niys or iiits doesn't depend on this lockdown situation or anything else.
For any examination including jee mains, the cutoff mainly depends on the following factors :-
- Number of seat available in participating institutes.
- Number of candidates appeared in the exam.
- Difficulty level of the examination or question paper.
- Previous years cutoff trends.
So, based on above these factors the increment or decrement of cutoff depends. Now if the seats will be increased then, there is a chance that cutoff will rise. And also if the number ofcandidates decrease then also there should be an increase in cutoff.
Now coming on to csab, then for this special round counselling, the cutoff will mainly depend on the number of seats available in institutes after the josaa counselling.
So, there is no relation between cutoffs for nits/iiits and the cutoff for csab special rounds.
Also check out the following link to know more about csab 2020 :-
And, Also check out our jee mains college predictor tool to get an appropriate idea of colleges that you can get on basis of your jee mains rank :-
I have left the original documents at my college hostel room before coming home for corona lockdown. I have only xerox copies at home. Can I upload scanned copies of those xerox? Thanking in advanced.
Yes, obiviously you can upload the xerox documents too. You can scan it and upload the pdf or jpg/jpeg. You can even get the documents from the digilocker with your adharcard and use the same.
Hope it helps!