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NEET-PG Sample Study Plan
Preparing for the NEET-PG is a crucial time in your life and can often feel demanding and overwhelming. However, you can ease the strain of preparation by having a strategy and study plan in place to give you a competitive edge over other NEET-PG hopefuls.
NEET-PG Exam Pattern
- Mode of the exam: Computer Based Test (CBT)
- Type of Question: Multiple Choice Question
- Number of Questions: 300
- Language of the paper: English only
- Time of the paper: 3.5 hours
Your study plan should include at least one reading and two revisions. Reading the books on their own will not suffice, as multiple revisions are needed in order to successfully retain the concepts. Every subject and every question on the NEET-PG is important and therefore must be prepared for accordingly.
Below is a 50-day sample ‘first-reading’ plan, with each day requiring about 8 to 10 hours of study. Additional days may be added to make this plan more customised, based on your confidence level on the subject concepts and your own time availability.
Tips For Cracking NEET
In addition to a study plan, check out some general tips below to help you crack the NEET-PG:
- Be clear on concepts
- Revision ---read----revision
- Eat and sleep well to maintain a healthy lifestyle
- Practice with question bank and mock test
- Stay stress free
After having done all you can to prepare for NEET, all you can do is try your best. Good luck!