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NEET-PG Crunch Time - Make Your Time Count
Time crunch during preparation and during examination have been cited by prior post graduate aspirants as a great hurdle in the NEET-PG exam. NEET-PG is inherently a competitive exam that tests your knowledge of theoretical medicine, ability to arrive at clinical diagnosis and quick decision skills. Your decisive skills are basically put to test in a fast-paced exam.
A lot of aspirants experience stress when they think that they do not have enough prep time. The best way to handle it is to set up a study plan, focus on high-yield topics and try out mock exams and question banks. Click here to access Kaplan’s NEET-PG sample questions and explanations.
The important thing is not to take away time from regular activities like routine grooming of self, exercise, walks and snack breaks. A shift from regular routine and pushing yourself into 10 to 12 hours study is neither healthy nor wise. As attention span is limited to minutes, it is best to take a 5 to 10 minute break after every hour. Focus on getting back to the preparation phase after the quick break rather than extending the break into hours.
Remember that quality time is more important than quantity. Click here to know other suggestions for NEET-PG 2020 preparation.