Studying for Boards while preparing JEE or NEET

Every year the common confusion among students is how to manage boards and competitive entrance exams together. This article will help aspirants to overcome such confusion and stress.

To prepare for JEE or NEET, you need to master the board’s curriculum. Solve all the questions on every topic without ignorance. Practice previous year board question papers thoroughly.

We all know that JEE and NEET syllabus is based on the board’s curriculum, that is the reason why aspirant should become master of board’s syllabus. Physics and mathematics always result tough for many students. So, they are required to give extra time to these subjects. Chemistry can be easy provided that you need to mug up all reactions and theory. Biology depends on how much you remember.

Solving Mock papers will help you in mastering the syllabus rather than just knowing it. Solving mock tests with timing will make you confident in solving questions in fixed time. Practicing mock tests will help you highlight your weak areas and get it improved.

Improve your weak areas by taking the help of your mentor, teachers etc. This can also be sorted by discussing with classmates or co-aspirants.

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