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Postponed NEET Exam Dates gives you scope to prepare further through these proven tricks


NEET Exam Dates have now been revised once again as HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal told via a tweet on July 3, 2020. The new NEET Exam Date is now expected to be on September 13, 2020. The examination was previously scheduled for July 26, 2020, but was further rescheduled considering the wellbeing of test-takers and multiple requests made by students and parents.

The Admit Card will be published on the official website 15 days before the test is conducted. Considering the social distancing rules, NTA aims to double the number of Exam Centers to accommodate more than 15 lakh test-takers.

The government of Karnataka plans to give five extra marks to NEET PG appearing students affiliated with COVID-19 related activities. These postponed NEET Exam Dates have undoubtedly provided a chance for students to prepare better.

Refer to the article provided below to find out how you can use the postponed NEET exam dates and some proven tricks to enhance your preparation.


Tricks to Improve Preparation as NEET Exam Dates are changed

With the change in the NEET Exam Dates, students will now get the extreme time to prepare better and also to relax a bit and maintain good health. In such pandemic, it can be stressful when you are under lockdown and into too much preparation. So, the extra time available due to change in NEET Exam Dates will not only help in better preparation but will also provide time to be relaxed and calm. So, let’s explore a few preparation tips that one can try during the revision of exam dates.

Make the last lap worth it

“These few additional days have to be considered a blessing,” says Taran, who launched Melvano, a smart learning platform focused on Artificial Intelligence that helps students crack their entrance exams. When used well, these last few days will prove useful to you. Students may tend to lag because they have been studying for more than a year now. Do not, at this point, allow boredom to set in. Aspirants would need to work actively to keep their morale up and inspired. It is an excellent time to combine all learning and strive to achieve better overall performance.

Revise frequently

Make sure you revise regularly even if you have mastered a specific topic, definition, chapter, or subject. Revision is critical to your readiness with changes in NEET Exam Dates. On platforms like Aakash and BYJU’s, you can study for the exam. They help you quickly find and manage study materials and notes.

A few pointers to be kept in mind while revising:

  1. Make sure to emphasize on important and weak areas while revising.
  2. Analyze formulae and their derivations.
  3. Go through mechanisms, equations, and essential reactions.

Create a list of opportunities and risks

The list of opportunities comprises all the high-scoring subjects and those that you prepared well for with the extension in NEET Exam Dates. The list of risks is where more work needs to be done. And how can a student make these lists? Preferably, you must start to practice mock papers and question booklets from all the topics falling under the list of opportunities.

For instance, all formulas in the sections of Conic (Geometry) and Triangle Solution must be given adequate time. In trigonometry, it is impossible to forget the formulas because you have been working with them for a long time.

Continue to solve Mock Tests

The more you solve mock papers, the easier it will be to take the test. You should mandatorily attempt one mock paper after you complete a subject. It will help to draw on the learned and revised topics. There might be times when you stay away from answering mocks until you have completed all the content for the course. Try not to do so.

Make use of free web portals & android apps

There are various android apps dedicated exclusively to delivering the latest and most valuable Preparation Tips, sample papers, and mock exams. These apps or online portals are of immense help during this final hour when the NEET exam dates are postponed by 2 months (approx). Aglasem, BYJU’s, NTA Abhyas App and many other apps, as well as portals, can solve the purpose with the change in NEET exam dates.

Plan every day and adhere to the schedule

The aspirants are advised to give around 10 hours to study, excluding the time allotted for taking mock tests. It could take you a while to adapt to the routine, but the exam is not far away, and you must make good use of the lockdown period.

Revise well from your notes

Your test success does not rely on how much much you can cover, but on how much you can recollect. Therefore, regular revisions from your notes are needed. Revision in one go is not the correct way. The syllabus has to be separated and updated in comprehensive sections. Notes are time-saving and help with thought organization. Notes with highlighted sections and references should be helpful and easy to understand

To remember the details, you must consider designing your shortcuts. You should also write notes of your repeated mistakes, so they can be avoided throughout the revision. Do not copy lengthy textbook material when taking notes. The notes must be easy to understand and a compilation of details from all the study material that you covered.

Revise using questions

As with most NEET toppers, mock tests and question papers from the previous year are the best ways to assess your level of training and strengthen your understanding of different concepts. Taking into consideration the vastness of the exam syllabus, during your revision rounds, it is quite obvious to miss out on certain portions.

You will, at best, be able to cover much of what is scoring with the aid of the questions in your mock exam. The postponed NEET exam dates make it easier to cover all topics while revising. It would also be convenient if you scheduled your mock test between 2–5 PM because it prepares you for the exam’s actual day.

Strategy to attempt questions

Candidates must formulate strategies to attempt questions when NEET Exam Dates are further postponed. Time management, question choice, and accuracy techniques are the aspects to look into. Candidates need to have a good knowledge of what questions they can or cannot be asked. Striving to solve the paper as a whole would simply disturb the focus. The sequence of attempting the question paper must be selected according to one’s comfort.

Establish a healthy lifestyle with a change in NEET Exam Dates

With the postponement of NEET Exam Dates, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important. During your study hours, you must take brief breaks. Create a safe lifestyle and get a minimum of 6-7 hours of regular sleep. Considering the present situation, please also take all the precautions against coronavirus.

Best Books to Prepare NEET

If you were earlier under the impression that you have not been able to refer to a good number of books, now is the time to read through them. Given below is a list of the best books to prepare for NEET that you can refer to for improved preparation:


  • Physics for Medical Entrance Examinations by D.C Pandey
  • Concepts of Physics by H.C Verma
  • Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker
  • Objective NCERT at your fingertips for NEET AIIMS- Physics by MTG Editorial Board
  • Complete NEET Guide by MTG Editorial Board
  • NEET 2019 Physics Guide- 5th Edition by Disha Publications
  • Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
  • Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov


  • Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry written by O.P. Tandon
  • Bull’s Eye Chemistry NEET Edition 2019 by Seema Saini and K.S. Saini
  • 40 Days Chemistry for NEET by Sudhanshu Thakur
  • Objective Chemistry for NEET Vol. 1&2 by R.K. Gupta
  • Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
  • Practice books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical) by VK Jaiswal, MS Chauhan, N AwasthiP


  • Complete NEET Guide: Biology by MTG Editorial Board
  • Elementary Biology Volume 1 & 2 by Trueman
  • Question Bank for Biology by Dr Ali
  • Objective Biology by Dinesh
  • Biology Publication by GRB Bathla
  • NEET 2019 Biology Guide- 5th Edition by Disha Publications

Waste no more time! Make the most of the additional time you now have and channel it into bettering your preparation when you get that extra time due to change in NEET Exam Dates. Use the best study resources and follow proven strategies to ace the exam.

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