Neet Mock Test: How do you beat the competition and get into one of the top medical colleges in the country? We strongly believe that your NEET preparations can be done in a structured, planned and consistent manner to improve your score. But how? You need to understand that there is a difference between preparation and performance.
Preparation basically covers everything you undertake to groom yourself for the exam – you attend your classes, practice questions, scribble diagrams, work roughly around getting an equation correct, taking regular NEET mock test, etc.
Performance, on the other hand, refers to the specific actions you take to ensure that on the exam day, in the exam hall, you capitalize on the preparations you have done throughout the year. The only easy way to do it is through revisions and taking NEET mock test.
Besides that, as the NEET 2019 exam is approaching, we have brought in the NEET Predicted Paper to help students in their last stage of NEET Preparation. India’s best data scientists have analyzed the NEET question papers of previous years on various parameters like the difficulty level, syllabus coverage, ideal time for each question, questions involved with multiple concepts, repetitive nature of concepts, etc. Keeping these parameters in mind, they have generated the NEET Predicted Question Paper that is verified by the senior academic experts from across the country. Thus, attempt the NEET Predicted Paper to Become Exam Ready!
Note: At Embibe, we have ensured that NEET aspirants avail mock tests free of cost. We suggest you attempt our NEET test papers and NEET sample papers to evaluate yourself before appearing for the examination.
Online NEET Mock Test Series
At Embibe, you can take NEET Mock Test for FREE! These tests are formulated by subject matter experts after careful study of the recent years’ trends in the NEET previous year papers. No stone has been left unturned in ensuring that each NEET mock test on Embibe is similar to the actual exam in every aspect – difficulty level, ideal time, type of questions, etc.
1. NEET Mock Test – Chapter-wise Tests
You go on learning chapters and you wait for that month to come where you can give a test in your coaching class and check how prepared you are in that chapter. Embibe comes to your rescue in such situations and it allows you to not only give NEET Mock Test but also gives a detailed analysis of your performance in that test.
You can take a NEET mock test around every chapter that you have in your syllabus; check this image and stay assured.
2. NEET Mock Test – Full Tests
As far as your full NEET mock test (covering the entire NEET syllabus) is concerned, we have a bigger and a more comprehensive analysis for you.
a) NEET Mock Test – Subject-wise Score
b.) NEET Mock Test – Subject-wise Time Management
c.) NEET Mock Test – Attempt Effectiveness
d.) NEET Mock Test – Chapter-wise Analysis
Apart from chapter-wise tests and full tests, Embibe also provides the following kinds of NEET Mock Test:
- a) NEET Part Tests
- b) NEET 11th Revision Tests
- c) NEET Previous Year Tests
NEET Mock Test – Preparation Tips
As the level of competition is very high in NEET, you need to be well-prepared in order to get a seat in one of the top medical colleges in the country. If you are in Class 12 and haven’t studied properly in your Class 11, it is high time you pull up your socks and start preparing. The NEET syllabus has around 15,000 concepts, and it is too vast to complete in one year.
But if you have a well-structured study plan, it is not impossible. The 1-year preparation strategy for NEET is elaborated as under:
- Create A Realistic Timetable
- Start From Scratch – Understand The Basics
- Practice Regularly
- Take Full-Length Mock Tests
- Revise Regularly
1. NEET Mock Test – Create A Realistic Timetable
Following a fixed timetable helps you to stay focused on your goal. Also, since you have to finish 2 years’ syllabus in one year, having a well-structured timetable will help you to organise your NEET 2019 preparation.
Follow your timetable strictly. But be open towards modifying it with time as per your needs and convenience.
2. NEET Mock Test – Start From Scratch
Having a basic understanding of all the concepts in the NEET 2019 syllabus is a must. Once you have finished them, you can concentrate on important chapters and concepts and refer to the best books for NEET preparation.
Embibe provides NEET study materials and video lectures for all the 15,000 concepts in the syllabus of NEET. With Embibe’s Knowledge Tree, you can also find out the related topics and learn them, thus saving your time.
3. NEET Mock Test – Practice Regularly
Regular practice is a must; otherwise, you won’t know if you have learned anything at all.
NEET practice papers on Embibe contain innumerable questions selected from previous years’ question papers as well as from the best books for NEET preparation.
4. NEET Mock Test – Take Full-Length Mock Tests
Taking regular tests helps in building your stamina and confidence. Tests can be chapter-wise, subject-wise, or mock tests that cover the entire syllabus of NEET. Also, solve NEET previous year question papers.
5. NEET Mock Test – Revise Regularly
You need to go back and revise on a regular basis even if you have mastered a particular topic, concept, chapter or subject.
Revision is crucial to your performance in NEET 2019. Online preparation for NEET 2019 on platforms like Embibe helps to find and manage study materials and NEET notes easily.
There’s nothing more effective than having your errors identified, analyzed and having the necessary resources to work on your weaknesses and improve!
Embibe’s score-improvement program, RANKUP, helps you score higher by personalizing your practice and NEET Mock Test sessions. Besides the analysis, it also generates Personalized Practice Packs (PPP) that looks after your weak chapters, questions you got wrong, silly mistakes, etc. It is like your very own action plan that, once followed diligently, will guarantee at least 10-15% score improvement after just one NEET mock test!
RANKUP’s magic lies in its test analysis which includes two types of analysis: the Score and Time Analysis and the Solutions and Concept Wise Analysis. These analyses will not only pinpoint your mistakes but will shed a light as to what you need to do next to improve your score. To find out more about the power RANKUP’s advanced test analysis and how it has helped students improve their score, click here.
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