It is being advised by experts that the students who are medical aspirants should focus more on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Aspirants should go through the NCERT book of all three subjects i.e. physics, chemistry, and biology of Class 11 and 12. Aspirants should by now be sure of all concepts as they have been preparing for several months. They must brush up all the concepts now and make notes as well.
In physics, students must practice every formula. In chemistry, all reactions should be revised. In botany, classification, cell biology, genetics, ecology should be studied. While, zoology, human systems should be studied as well.
The most important part is Time Management. All aspirants must make a strategy of how to revise and prepare as only a few months is only remaining in competitive medical Examinations. Aspirants should give mocks in the stipulated time and make sure that no question left. Also, they must keep analyzing each and every mock. Students might give mocks during the evening only as examination will be conducted from 2 am to 5 pm. This will help them to get used to that time slot and also to set their body clock as well.
Some of the important topics from the previous year’s paper were mechanics in physics, inorganic chemistry, zoology, and botany. Likewise, by analysis the previous year’s paper, many cues can be taken for better and effective preparation. Students can also do the same with sample papers. Candidate should also be prepared for practicals of Physics, chemistry, and biology.