Do you want to Crack NEET 2020?

Everybody is busy pouring over their textbooks and guides, referring to notes, studying into the night, and sitting at their desk, sucking on pencils and trying to memorise all the formulae. You wouldn’t find anyone chatting with their friends or watching television. Isn’t it nice to see everyone busy? At this crucial time, it is important to have some tips to Crack NEET 2020.

With just a few months left for the examination, your preparation might be in full swing, right? While there are students who have started their preparation, there are also those who don’t know how to plan their NEET 2020

NEET syllabus is as vast as an ocean, and you need to know the exact location to fish the best output. Cut down on extra information and focus on important topics. Since we know NEET exam covers NCERT syllabus as well, you can compare the syllabus with your Board exam syllabus. It is beneficial for you if there are common chapters as you will not need to prepare them separately. This will give you ample time to concentrate on the parts of the syllabus that are not covered.

The most important element of NEET Preparation and selecting the right study material is little confusing, with the help of teachers and online expert assistance, you can choose the right one. You should prepare study notes for NEET, solve previous years’ question papers and take mock tests to improve your speed and accuracy. The best online resources are available at www.venperacademy.com

Time is priceless. We all know this, yet many aspirants fail to make the proper use of time and take a nosedive. Goal setting can be used as a strategy to help aspirants bring positive changes into their lives. In order to implement the setting of a goal, make sure to ask ourselves some questions: What is my goal? Is my goal realistic? How much effort has to be put in to fulfill my goal? Until and unless you make a complete and thorough schedule of the way you want to study, you will not be able to complete the syllabus. Plan for the week in advance and figure out chapters that you need to prepare from the beginning.

It is possible that you are very strong in one subject and weak in the other. Do not get discouraged by the same. Try and work hard more on the weaker areas to strengthen them. If required, take help from a friend or senior or take extra classes for the subject. It will help in overcoming the fear of your weakness effectively.

Practice Mock Test Papers

One of the greatest challenges of the NEET examination is the time limitation. Students have to finish 180 questions in 180 minutes (3 hours). It means they can give a maximum of 1 minute per question. Time management is a mandatory skill that is required for this exam. While practicing at home, make sure that you keep the time limitation in mind and see complete solution of NEET previous year question paper; focus on the frequently asked questions, topics and pattern.

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We are humans and not machines. So, we require timely rest as, after all, even machines need some rest to get back to working efficiently. Hence, it is essential to realize that one can’t maintain an optimum level of concentration without taking an optimum break to recover. But beware that you don’t bring the breaks on a higher priority than studies. Breaks can be in the form of a ten-minute walk, a trip to the gym, having a chat with a friend or simply taking small naps.

There are many people who study by highlighting in the textbooks and making notes with a pen on a scrap of paper. These methods still find their place and importance, but there are countless options for personalising study than ever before. Be it through online tools, social media, blogs, videos or mobile apps, learning has become easy, interesting and user-centered today. If you wish to try a new learning technology, then Venper  is a great place to learn.

Many candidates have the tendency of taking the guesswork route for solving questions they don’t know. However, it might prove risky in this case as there is negative marking for a wrong answer. It is recommended to leave a question completely if you do not know the right answer. This is one of the most important tips to Crack NEET 2020 that anyone can give!

Your attitude decides the effectiveness of the learning process. If you possess a negative approach and keep saying that you can’t do it, then this won’t commit to the idea of learning. A grumbling approach will only make things difficult. The moment you start thinking positively, your brain will show greater activity. A right frame of mind also makes you feel less anxious and more open to new ideas.

It’s right time to enroll for NEET 2020 with Venper Academy.

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Ways to Reduce Negative Marks in Entrance Exam


Avoid Doubtful Questions :
If you get stuck in any particular question, then don’t waste your time trying to solve, leave it and move to the other question. If you attempt a doubtful question and by chance the answer is not correct then you get a negative mark.

Avoid Stress :
If you get stressed then you will mistakes even in the easy questions. Stress can spoil everything and this will reduce the marks.

Excitement :
Some of you get overexcited after reading the question paper and generally do silly mistakes because of the over confidence. Avoid it.

Practice Sample Papers :
Keep practicing the previous year question papers and mock test papers. If you practice mock test daily, then the chances of negative marking in examination will decrease.

Analyse Your Mock Tests Performance :
Analyse the paper after every test, and see that in which topic you are doing mistakes. Again read the topic and try to improve in next mock test.

Be Focused :
While you are solving one question don’t think about any other question which you might have left or want to attempt later.

Avoid answering questions in last few minutes :
Last minute hustle may increase the chances of mistakes and negative marking.

Make a note of your mistakes :
Make a notebook containing your silly mistakes, what went wrong, unnecessary calculations, time spent on solving the question, etc. Revise this notebook every time before a problem solving session or next mock test.

Follow this and your score will definitely improve.

 

Ventures to be Mentally Strong in Drop Year – For NEET/JEE Repeaters

There are multiple articles that focus mainly on the reading strategies, the ways of preparation and the goal is only to clear the exam. But this article is mainly going to focus on the most important thing of all, the mental health of the candidate!

How to improve Mental Strength in Drop Year

Teenagers are known to feel anxious or depressed over the silliest things. When students have a sole dream that is bound to decide their career, a little bit of anxiousness and tension is bound to be present. Mental breakdowns are also common for these students.

The most important thing that the students must understand is that having a trouble-free mind and being happy and relaxed is the key to concentrate and focus on the studies.

Most candidates feel depressed by the fact that they are repeaters and that they are wasting a year of their life. It is OK to take time to achieve the perfect goal that has been already set. People would always try to fool themselves with the notion that they should completely separate and isolate themselves from the rest of the world so that they don’t get distracted.

No one is the exact copy of another person. He perspectives and opinions are going to vary greatly between two individuals. So if one person feels comfortable isolating themselves from the outside world and social interaction and feel like they perform better that way, it is not going to work the same for everyone. If a person has been known to be a “people’s Person” their entire life, isolating themselves will do more harm than good, as they easily get frustrated from being alone.

Sacrifices are important, but the cost must not be the emotional and mental breakdown. It could push the individual away from their goal.

Chilling out with friends is important, relaxation is very imperative after a very serious session of preparation, as it gives time for the mind to process and relax in all way possible. The students often make the mistake of pushing themselves too far out of their comfort zone that they become a burden to themselves.

It is very important for the students to devise a plan which would suit them rather than blindly following what everyone lase follows.

Keeping calm is the only goal here, even when relatives tease and taunt or try to “advice”, or when the test series marks are low. The goal is attainable and the confidence and a calm mind would be the key to success.

Last but not the least, competitive exams aren’t the end of the world and it shouldn’t have a permanent or lasting effect on the students who are attempting them.

NEET PG 2019 Result Statistics

National Board of Examinations (NBE) has published an official notice mentioning the statistics of NEET PG 2019 exam. As per the official notification, as many as 1,43,148 candidates took the online test, of which only 79,633 aspirants have qualified the national level post graduate entrance exam. The regulatory body conducted NEET PG entrance exam on January 6, 2019, except for J&K aspirants, which was held on January 17. The result of NEET PG 2019 was announced online on January 31, in the form of PDF file containing exam roll number, scores obtained (out of 1200) and All India Rank.

The cutoff of NEET PG has also been declared, with a hike by 19 marks for candidates belonging to unreserved category. The marks equivalent to minimum qualifying percentile for UR category is 340, while last year, the corresponding marks for same category was 321. For reserved category, the cutoff scores determined by NBE is 295, which indicates the hike of 14 marks than the previous year.

NEET PG Statistics 2019

As mentioned in the press release, 37,305 general category candidates managed to qualify the computer based test, while from OBC, SC and ST, as many as 31121, 8857 and 2350 have passed the NEET PG online exam, respectively.

Overall Statistics of NEET PG

Particulars

Number

No. of candidates registered

148713

No of candidates Present

143148

No of candidates Absent

5565

Indian Nationals

148345

NRIs

16

OCIs/PIO

128

Foreigners

224

Number of Cities in which exam conducted

167

Number of NBE appointed independent appraisers

819

NEET PG Gender-wise statistics

This year, NEET PG saw 6373 number of male participants than females. Below is the NEET PG statistics of gender who appeared for the entrance test in the table below.

NEET PG Statistics of Gender

Gender

Candidates appeared

Male

77543

Female

71170

Difference

6373

NEET PG Result Statistics – Category-wise Qualification

NBE has released the category specific NEET PG result statistics for UR, OBC, SC and ST candidates. The aspirants from genera; category has outperformed with 37,305 passing the NEET PG exam for admission to MD and MS courses across the country. Check the category-wise qualification statistics in the table below.

NEET PG qualification by category

Category 

Registered 

Appeared

Absent

Qualified

Not qualified

Unreserved (including PH)

70,376

67,852

2524

37,305

30,547

OBC (including PH)

52,219

50,419

1800

31,121

19,298

SC (including PH)

18,894

18,009

885

8,857

9,152

ST (including PH)

7,224

6,868

356

2,350

4,518

Total

1,48,713

1,43,148

5,565

79,633

63,515

NEET PG Result 2019 Statistics – State-wise Qualification: Highest and Lowest

The state-wise number of candidates who qualified NEET PG 2019 exam has also been made available. With a total of 17,067 Tamil Nadu has recorded the highest number of participants who appeared for the entrance test. Also the state has emerged as the topmost number of qualified candidates who managed to secure the minimum qualifying cutoff and equivalent scores set by NBE.

However, on the other side, the state of Meghalaya has seen only 135 registrations, of which only 96 aspirants managed to pass the test.

State-wise NEET PG statistics

neet pg 2019 result

After NEET PG Result 2019

NBE will release the merit list of NEET PG 2019 for 50% All India Quota candidates in the second week of February, which will mention the All India Rank. Based on these NEET PG rank, preferences of colleges as well as courses selected by them, seats availability, reservation criteria and other factors the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET PG counselling 2019 from second week of March.

NEET 2019 Crash Course – 100% Result Oriented Course Plan

NEET 2019 Crash

Venper Academy with the highest success ratio of Rankers in 2018 NEET Short Term Course is back again loaded with more precision & accuracy commencing from
#March20th 2019 onwards.
Total Duration of Course: 45 Days.
#Classes are designed to master the CONCEPTS & FORMULAE with exclusive Concepts and Formulae Handbooks followed by MCQ
#Application Teaching and Mandatory Faculty assisted Worksheet Practise
#Students are made to practise a minimum of 3000 MCQs in this duration via Assessments and Daily Practise Worksheet Problems
#Students have to face 4 Cumulative and 5 Grand Mock Tests with Results comparison and Analysis over 5000 students across our 20 Learning Centres of Tamilnadu
#Expert Faculties with tailor made material for Tamilnadu Students enhances the performance of the Students.
#Venper’s Learning App gives access to all the Recorded Video Lectures of all the 98 Chapters in NEET Syllabus plus additional Solution Videos of Cumulative and Grand Mock Tests. Students can take any number of Tests from our exhaustive 20,000 MCQ bank.
#Above all your Class Schedule, Assessment Scores and State wide Analysis is all a click away!
#We have the page number references of 2018 NEET Biology Answers in our Biology material! Thus it’s evdident that,
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Parenting – An art in today’s highly Distractive & Competitive Era!

Early & Late adolescence can be a tricky time for both Parents as well as Students. It usually involves a bundle of mood swings, the pressure to perform in class, stress and other peer problems. Thus it becomes the sole responsibility of parents to keep them motivated and expose them to a more fascinating world of Science & Maths, inducing them to visualize and dream about the career opportunities after their Higher Secondary.

#Venper Academy lists the below key tasks to be adopted as a Parent!

Maintain a positive attitude @ home.
One of the best ways to motivate your child is imparting positive thinking in them. If your child has a positive attitude towards things, they are likely to be motivated to do better. Positive thinking also improves one’s self-confidence which is highly beneficial for their career. Studies show that, an active participation of Students in Sports cultivates a positive spirit.

Inculcate a competitive spirit
Competition is healthy for students and motivates them to do better. By teaching your children the importance of having a competitive spirit, it will help them to show the best version of themselves. Apart from this, regular test sessions also help students in keeping their competitive spirit high.

Reward him for their performance
Winning a scholarship is one of the best confidence boosters for students. Every parent should motivate their child to appear for scholarship examinations. Make sure your ward appears for Venper Aptitude Test (VAT) on November 25th across any of the 15 Learning centres of Venper Academy in Tamilnadu. The benefits of winning a scholarship will instill a sense of accomplishment in students.

Take up a Personal Counselling session
We at #Venper Academy believe that Personal Counselling is really important to improve the performance of any student, as every student is a case study in itself. Every student has his/her strengths and weaknesses and needs to be polished according to that. A personal Counselling session @ Venper Academy is not just one more interaction, a life changing one!

COUNSELLING-We add Value & Purpose to each letter of the word as,

C-Caring
E-Exclusive
O-One to one interaction
L-Leading
U-Unique
I-Initiative
N-Navigation
G-Guidance
S-Self Realisation

Thus we ultimately we make a tailor made plan as per their school and batch schedule which is important for the student to make his/her self study plan and stick to it for best results.

Maintain a respectful relationship with your child
Building an open and respectful relationship with your child is essential. Try to understand and solve their problems. Never force your child to choose a career they have no interest in, it will backfire in the future.  Rather you should focus on their strengths and push them in that direction. It is now time for parents to start focusing on their child’s strength instead of pushing them to do something opposite.

Punishing and threatening can demotivate your child. It can lead to frustration in your kid. Be on your kid’s side and motivate them to do better every day.

Happy Parenting!

Team Academics,
Venper Academy.

25 Tips to Crack Minimum 25 out of 45 MCQs in NEET 2019

NEET Physics has always been a challenge to Tamilnadu aspirants since 2016. Venper Academy Department of Physics has come up with 25 Tips to score a minimum of 25 MCQs out of 45 in NEET 2019 & its as follows!!

1. NEET exam is more conceptual rather numerical. So, try to improve the knowledge related to the concepts.

2. Prepare your own plan/time table so that all the topics are covered based on the mark weightage and your individual comfort level with each topic.

3. Try to go through NCERT books and try to answer the questions given at the end of every chapter in these books which is the preliminary step in strengthening your Concepts.

4. Time Management has always a challenge with Students, try to practise questions in a test like environment which in turn improves the accuracy and speed.

5. While going through every topic list out the important formulae and conceptual points so that these can be again revised two/three days before the exam.

6. Practice Level or Level II problems number of possible.

7. Practice more number of topic wise assignments and consolidated tests.

8. Download previous AIPMT/NEET Question Papers and practice them as sample papers or take them as Mock Tests.

9. Complete the biology and chemistry paper with a total of 135 questions within 2hrs having at least 60minutes for 45 questions to get more score in physics.

10. Do not quit any topic.

11. Even in the difficult topic you feel, try to learn fundamental definitions, concepts & formulae and practice related problems.

12. Concentrate on difficult areas in the easiest topics you feel, to have a command on these topics.

13. Study regularly and moderately. Do not pick new topic nearing the exams.

14. The most difficult topics all together may be 10 % to 20 % which is worth an effort preparing well in advance and not to be left for the last minute.

15. Most of the Bio core students feel physics very difficult. Even in solving simple mathematical calculations. Well this is all mere psychological rather real.

16. Core Biology students should learn few fundamental formulae related mathematics.(such differentiation, integration etc.)

17. Generally Students lose marks in physics not because of its difficultness, but due to their psychology.
– Be confident on your preparation.
– Practice formulae based problems.
– Go through academy text book for theory questions especially topics like Physical Optics, Nuclear Physics etc.

18. Learning basics in all topics and thorough knowledge in selected topics can lead to a better rank.

19. Give equal importance for both first and second year topics.

20. Be thorough with topics like Gases, Nuclear Physics Optical Spectra which are useful for Chemistry.

21. More theory based questions will be asked are atomic physics, nuclear physics semiconductor and communications.

22. Attempt questions carefully as there is negative marking. Do not answer a question in which you have no confidence.

23. Department of Physics, Venper Academy teaches shortcuts in identifying answers for a few selected types of questions by eliminating & exclusion method rather than working out the solution. Tricks like this will be really helpful.

24. Revision of Effective class notes plus regular practise is the key to success.

25. Above all, any competitive exam is a mind game. The more focused, stable and confident you are…The better is the output.

Good luck aspirants!!

Exam Stress

Fortunately or unfortunately Students studying @ #Venper Academy take the Statewide #Cumulative Assessments conducted very seriously.
It’s a phase wise Test which we conduct on a quarterly basis after a few chapters gets uniformly covered across all our 15 Centres & Integrated In Campus School Programmes.

This time we had observed that irrespective of the Students be in #ResidentialRepeater, #DayScholar Repeater & #Regularweekend, the Students take these exams very seriously and there has been incidences of Students fainting in the exam hall, falling sick a day before the exam due to the adrenaline rush & a lot of careless mistakes after an analysis of the OMR sheet.

Thus the Academics Team of Venper Academy feel that it’s important that we should highlight the importance of handling exam stress & ways to combat the same.

What is Stress?
Stress is a state of mental or emotional tension resulting from demanding circumstances.
Let’s find out more signs and symptoms!

Identify Stress Signs and symptoms in Students

  • Sudden mood swing
  • Throwing tantrums and complaining all the time
  • Disturbed sleep pattern
  • Lack of hunger
  • Developing unhealthy eating habits
  • Sudden hostile treatment or showing anger towards family members

How to help your child deal with Stress?
1. Maximum periodic Regular Interaction
One thing that really works is to talk & discuss with your child as much as possible. After each exam, encourage your child to talk it through with you. Motivate them to do well in the next exam. Tell them about their awesome moments and how they made you feel proud. Remind them of their strengths & positive points.

2. Positive attitude before the Exam
Just before the exam or a day prior to the exam, be positive and get your kids to feel the same.

3. Encourage exercise/ yoga/ meditation
Our Residential Repeater Programme has daily sessions of Yoga for Girls and Boys separately which is working wonders in their performance.
It also boosts up the energy level and clears the mind from a cluttered thinking.

Waking up Early
Our Residential Repeaters class starts @ 6am to encash on their fresh early morning concentration level. All entrance exam aspirants should adapt the habit of waking up early to bring in a discipline within themselves.

4. Prepare light, healthy and delicious food
Stress can have an adverse effect on your child’s appetite and skipping meals will only worsen the situation. As a parent, you can prepare light, healthy meals which are high on energy, but low on salt and sugar. From whole grains and seeds to tomatoes and sage, make sure you are feeding your little ones with good food. Stock your kitchen with healthy snacking options such as baked beans, oat bars, sprouts, vegetable soups, fresh sandwiches and more.

5. Credit their performance & indulge them in activities they like after the exams.
Some of the best activities to do with kids after they have come back writing an exam is to treat them. Take them out to their favorite restaurant. This will motivate them to do well in their upcoming exams!

Hope these tips will prove out to be really effective in dealing with stress and anxiety in your kids.

Here is wishing your ward a confident stress free academic year ahead!

Team Academics
Venper Academy

10 Golden Rules in NEET Physics Numerical Solving

In NEET, Physics Numericals plays the important role of the Rank decider.

The 10 Golden Rules to be followed while approaching a Physics Numerical is as follows,
1. Read the given numerical carefully.
2. Think how the given statement(s) relates to some theory or law and if the relation gives some yields or the desired answer.
3. Think of the rules, and logic sets involved in the given question.
4. Think of the formulae or set of rules that you require relating the quantities in question.
5. Identify the constants that you require to establish the relationship between given quantities.
6. Observe if all the quantities (including constants) are in same system of units, if not convert them using conversion rules.
7. Trying to solve the same problem in 2 or more methods will be useful at the time of Preparation.
8. Work out as many numericals as possible in every chapter.
9. Identify the typical numerical examples in every chapter and go through them frequently.
10. As practise make a man perfect, Regular practise is the only key to success!!

Digitalization of Competitive Exam

We all have come a long way since the days of rote learning of concepts that were not easily comprehensible to us. Today, the education system and learning techniques have developed in ways beyond our comprehension and continue to do so. The universe has been brought down to be just clicks away and at your fingertips if you’re using a smart phone or a tablet.
The world is changing and so is the education system.

The ‘apps’ world has made it easier for students to deal with the ongoing competition and with the ever increasing pressure. Mobile learning and mobile tools, now more than ever, have become an integral part of the education system. Be it in colleges, school or universities; everyone everywhere has realized the power that this new platform brings with it self. The advent of technology has brought itself a new wave of learning and making it far more easy and interesting for students of today’s era to cope up with the increasing competition and pressure.

For NEET and IIT JEE, it is nothing special. NEET is one of the toughest exams and needs lots of hard work and smart work at the same moment.
Recently MHRD introduced a newly formed body, National Testing Agency (NTA) for conduct NEET and other competitive exams across India. National Testing Agency (NTA) recently announced a huge change in NEET and JEE Mains exam pattern. As per the news, the exams will now be conducted twice a year and will be in a purely online format.

NEET that used to be conducted in pen-and-paper based formats will be a computer-based exam from 2019 onwards. As per the news, NEET will now be conducted in February and May every year henceforth for a single admission process.

The tests will be held on multiple days and will give the student the liberty to choose the dates and centers as per their convenience. The different difficulty levels in the tests will be equated by a special standardization technique to determine the final score. The best of the equated scores will be used during admissions. New computer-based NEET Exam pattern is believed to make the whole exam taking process transparent, leak-proof, convenient and up to international standards.

At VENPER ACADEMY we provide you with the series of Computer Based Test designed especially for the preparation of your targeted entrance exam viz IIT-JEE, NEET and NTSE. Now students of class 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th (CBSE or any other state board).

Here we provide high quality pre-recorded video lectures of the faculties involved in teaching for IIT-JEE and NEET .

Self-study material, Self-assessment tools, Feedback mechanism and other useful features of VENPER ACADEMY definitely will be helpful along with your coaching

Exam Alerts
In here the students get the examination related notification, details of notification, examination conducting body, details of examination, weblink etc. News & Announcements keep students informed about upcoming exams & notifications. Upcoming and pending tests notifications.Quick links for downloadable application form, exam blog, achievements, exam calendar etc.

Comprehensive Test Preparation Methodology
This package consist of more than 50 Chapterwise weekly Test, Cumulative test and Very Similar Test. Students can practice to perfection with chapter wise tests with analysis and feedback. This App also provides students with NEET previous year’s question paper and NEET sample papers.

Comprehensive Study Packages
This app consists Concise comprehensive study material through this students can get over view of the NEET chapters, and can clear their concepts thoroughly

Multidimensional Performance Analysis
In here we generates scientific and analytical student’s performance reports with an interactive dashboard. Student will find exhaustive performance analysis and a feedback based on his performance in online tests conducts by VENPER. Our Interactive Dashboard gives students an actual competitive environment and makes them prepare for the target exam.

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