How do I stay disciplined for neet preparation

How do I stay disciplined for neet preparation?

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To stay disciplined for NEET Preparation means to be consistent all through your preparation journey and doing things which will make you a strong competitor.

Consistency is simply refusing to give up!

It teaches perseverance and pushes one towards excellence. And NEET demands that all. Following steps may help you get consistent. These are methods of NEET toppers and their guidance and mentorship will benefit you alot in your preparation. So if you

have just cleared your boards it will be beneficial for you to take a mentorship program with personal NEET toppers on platforms like Exprto.

Here are the steps:-

Manage your Internet addiction:- Do you ever go on youtube just to have a quick view of Krebs Cycle, then 5 hours later you find yourself watching a tutorial on how to talk to a giraffe? Ring any bells? If yes, then you might wanna reconsider the amount of time

you waste online.

Our brains keep processing the information we put inside it. If you spend a lot of time doing social media, no wonder you make a habit out of it and will waste your time.

Learn to Focus:- Once you get rid of excess social media, you may find it hard to concentrate on studies in the beginning. It’s all about having self-control and resisting the temptation of returning to the

previous state. Therefore start learning to sit and apart from small 5 min breaks doing nothing which breaks your flow while studying.

Make small goals and achieve them.

Start small:- It’s hard to study for long hours when you are still training your mind to focus. Keep it small. Study in short slots. A consistent 25 minutes sitting along with a 5 minutes break will do fine (Pomodoro Technique). You may later increase the duration


This technique will increase your concentration and will not make you feel fatigued.

Develop a routine:- Have a look at your school/coaching schedule and count your free hours. Assign each subject enough time. Try to

refrain yourself from late night studies. Our brains work at peak during morning hours. It takes 21 days for a consistent activity to turn into a habit. So, once you develop a routine, stick to it.

Soon it will get incorporated into your subconscious mind, and you will no longer need to force yourself into studies. It will come all natural to you.

That’s all about how you get consistent and disciplined.


NEET Preparation Tips.
Know the NEET Syllabus.
Important topics to focus on for NEET.
Good Study Material.
Create a Study Timetable.
Practice NEET sample papers and previous years’ question papers.
Prepare Notes.
Concentrate on weaker sections
Follow a proper time table