Answersheet for
CSIR NET June 2017

Helpful Tips For Managing NEET Exam Stress

Apr 21,2021

NEET is one of the difficult and competitive medical entrance exam. For this exam Lot of students appeared every year. Nearly 11 lakhs students give exam per year for the 60,000 Seats. Regular practice and lot of hard work required to crack this exam. During this preparation phase students goes from many stressful phases. To make your preparation more result oriented follow these exam preparation tips.

Create a Study Plan and Follow it Strictly :  When you start preparing for NEET Exam, Firstly make the proper study plan including all study syllabus. Allocate the Specific time for each subject, put some time for revision, Solving previous year question paper and Practice Mock test on daily and weekly basis. Commit yourself  for following this study schedule strictly without any procrastination and laziness.

Have Faith on Yourself : When we are suffering from the under pressure, we forget to look out our progress and achievements in the past. In this phase focus on the positive  things and start new with strong determination and energy. At end of the every day, write one or two your big or small achievements. This way helps you to recognize your successes and look forward to take steps in right direction.

Eat Healthy and Take Enough Sleep :  Try to eating healthy foods and avoiding fast food for good health. Proper sleep is also important for living healthy life. Proper Diet, Sleeping for at least 7-8 hours, short walk helps you to keep yourself mentally and physically strong.

Discuss with Family and Friends : If you feel you are suffering from stress, anxiety, then don't be ashamed to share and ask for helps. Talk to your family members and friends, or your tutor about your problems, queries and take help from them to solve and come out from stressful situation.

Do Meditation and Exercise : Try to do exercise and meditation on daily basis. Practicing breathing exercises or meditation helps you to reduce stress and increase concentration and positiveness.

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