Sakchi Jaiswal

Shall one drop a year after 12th to prepare for neet after not clearing in first attempt or join some course and prepare for neet side by side in order to clear in second attempt?


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RE: Shall one drop a year after 12th to prepare for neet after not clearing in first attempt or join some course and prepare for neet side by side in order to clear in second attempt?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
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Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hello Sakchi,

 

Please note what is required is Smart study 

 

Here I would recommend, join another course whereby you do not waste a year, as time is crucial. And at the sametime, there is no guarantee that you will crack the exam.

 

Join a course that you are interested in and that would not occupy your entire time. So that you can dedicate yourself to NEET preparation.

 

Wish you good luck...

RE: Shall one drop a year after 12th to prepare for neet after not clearing in first attempt or join some course and prepare for neet side by side in order to clear in second attempt?

Arun Khatri
Arun Khatri

That's a really good question. I am happy to know that you got this thought in your mind. Most of the students preparing for medical exams take a drop for a year or two. In the beginning, this seems like a good idea of concentration only on NEET preparation but a drop in your resume whether you have cleared the NEET or not can have a negative effect as well. To make your self, stand away from these possibilities, you can choose a BSc program of your choice.

You must be thinking now that how to prepare for NEET 2018 while pursuing BSc as well. Here is a good news. Since the course in BSc will be covering topics from your syllabus of NEET as well, it will be helpful for you in the exam as well. The BSc will be a detailed course of what you are currently studying. So cheer up!!

Also, as per the eligibility criteria for NEET 2018, you will be eligible as per CODE 5. So, in my opinion, this is the best way to achieve something during your drop.

Hope this will be helpful..!!

All the best..!!

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