Solving past year papers is always helpful in getting to know the paper pattern, marking scheme and most importantly gives a lot of practice. Despite this a lot of student ignore solving past year NEET question papers or sample papers. In the below article we list down the importance of referring NEET question paper for medical aspirants.
Benefits of Solving Previous Year NEET Question Paper
- The question paper will help the candidates know about the ‘hot’ or important topics and the most frequently asked questions in the exam. Candidates will, then, get an idea on what topics they should focus on more.
- If candidates practice the question paper daily or regularly they will be able to know their strengths and weaknesses. This will give them time to work on their shortcomings.
- Solving NEET question papers also improves or enhances problem-solving speed and accuracy of the candidate. It teaches them time management skills, which is crucial to pass the exam successfully and get into the top medical college of India.
- As these question papers also come with solutions you will get a guidance if you go wrong anywhere. However, students should not refer the solutions while solving the paper. They should first solve the paper completely and after that check the solutions to check their answers. This is called a great practice and revision.
Important Points to Note
- Candidates must also remember to try and solve the NEET 2019 sample paper within the set time allotted for NEET examination while practicing in order to enhance their time management skills.
- They should never try to copy or take reference when solving the paper. They can refer the solution or answers after solving the complete paper.
- Don’t spend too much time on questions you are not able to solve; move to the next question immediately. Otherwise, it will demotivate you.
- Don’t let anything distract you while you are solving the NEET question paper, sample papers or mock tests for NEET. Solve the paper like you are solving the final real exam paper, strictly.
All the best for the forthcoming exam. Do well!