The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2020) which was scheduled to be conducted on May 3 has been rescheduled for July 26. Most of the medical aspirants are well prepared for NEET Exam and only revision is required. But for those who are still confused about some concepts, Mediconation is providing counselling for the NEET preparation by giving them tips and tricks on learning and revision.
Mediconation is guiding these aspirants to use the lockdown in exam preparation. Figure out how many days left for NEET Exam and then plan your target to complete your revisions accordingly. Try to focus more on critical topics and make sure to solve the NCERT Books as much as you can. This is the best time for the aspirants to utilise these education technology and online platforms where they offer lectures on complete NEET Syllabus. Mediconation’s app is exclusively designed for medical aspirants to provide online lectures, mock tests and more.
Geeta Jain, Founder of Mediconation said,“I am feeling delighted to announce that soon we are going to launch an app exclusively for the medical aspirants preparing for NEET Examination where they can get all the lectures online, mock test papers and also any kind of guidance from our team. With the help of our Medication Experts, candidates can get the best possible preparation to increase their chances of qualifying the exam. The NEET 2020 Exams date is changed and scheduled on 26th July 2020. This is the best time they can utilize this opportunity for their own good. Also, it’s my advice to all the students that always select a good study material for preparation, try to prepare notes of whatever you are studying, concentrate on hard sections more and do not make a mistake of ignoring NCERT. It’s the most important part of the NEET as most of the questions are drafted from NCERT Books. Be positive and be prepared for the final day.”Posted in Corporate, News