Last Minute Tips for NEET-SS 2023 Exam
NEET-SS is a National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Super Specialty, conducted by NBEMS. This year the NEET-SS exam is scheduled on 29th and 30th September 2023. The NEET SS 2023 admit card release date is 22nd September 2023. As the exam is just around the corner, it’s the time for final touchdown with the preparation and getting ready to sit and perform well in the exam.
The blog includes reliable last-minute tips, information regarding admit card and test day procedures, and the documents required to carry for your big day.
Some effective last-minute tips for all the NEET-SS candidates:
Review your notes and flashcards. It is highly advised to stick to your handwritten notes to save much of your time and aid in quick memorization. This will help you solidify your understanding of the topic.
Practice previous years’ papers and practice papers. This will assist you in becoming used to the exam’s format and help you pinpoint any areas that require further practice.
Attempt the Demo exam. To become familiar with the format of the computer-based test, a demo test will be made accessible on the website https://natboard.edu.in. Starting on August 25, 2023, applicants will be able to access the Demo test.
Focus on important and high-yield topics. Prioritize time and focus on the important topics to score high in the exam.
Sleep well the night before the test. You’ll be more awake and concentrated on test day as a result.
On the exam day, have a balanced breakfast. This will keep you energetic and focused throughout the exam.
Be on time for the exam. This will offer you some breathing room and mental preparation time before the exam starts.
Stay calm and focused during the exam. Don’t panic if you don’t know the answer to a question. Just skip it and come back to it later.
Before beginning the exam, carefully read the instructions. This will assist you in avoiding casual errors.
Before you submit your exam, double-check your answers. This will assist you in avoiding any mistakes and you’ll not miss any marks for review questions.
Keep your documents ready and your admit card printed before your exam day to avoid any last-minute chaos.
Here are some more suggestions to control your stress and anxiety:
While studying, take breaks. Avoid being overly worried or overwhelmed by getting up and moving about every 20 to 30 minutes.
Discuss your feelings or problems with a trusted person. This may be a friend, a member of your family, a teacher, or a counselor.
Practice relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing or meditation. You’ll be able to relax and concentrate better as a result.
Keep in mind that anxiety before a test affects everyone. Although feeling anxious is common, try not to let it control you.
NEET-SS 2023 Admit Card
- The NEET-SS admit card 2023 release date is 22nd September 2023.
- The admit card will be available on the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences website and may be notified by SMS/Email alerts and website notice. The candidates will not get an admit card by mail or email.
- It must be downloaded from the NBEMS website and get their admit cards printed. Then, firmly paste the most recent passport-size photograph onto the designated spaces on the card m and adhere to the following requirements:
- Minimum 35×45 mm in size (and no bigger than the space designated on the admit card for pasting the photo), with at least 75% of the photo’s surface area devoted to the head and face.
- The image must be colored with a simple white background.
- A neutral look and a complete frontal view of the face must be shown in the photograph. No caps, stethoscopes, goggles, or additional accessories should be worn.
- The face in the photo shouldn’t have any reflections or shadows on it.
- The photo needs to be printed on high-quality paper with a resolution of at least 600 dpi, and it can’t contain kinks, scratches, or stains.
NEET-SS 2023 Test Day Procedures
- There will be staggered entry as per time slots given in the admit cards and the entry will be done in batches accordingly. Reach the “Reporting Counter” at the exam location at the time specified on the admit card.
- As there are staggered time slots to report, there won’t be a queue at the exam location entrance. Candidates must arrive at the exam site within the time window that will be communicated to them by SMS on their registered telephone number, one day before the exam. The reporting counter will close 30 minutes before the exam starts time. This will give enough time for security checks, identity checks, and examination check-in.
- The admit card mentions the exact street address and location of the test facilities. It is advised to become familiar with the locations of the test centres at least one day before the exam day and make sure to report on time. Please be aware that only candidates who have been granted an admit card will be permitted access to the test centre premises.
- There will be a barcode/QR code reader at the entry gates of the exam centre. It is required to present the admit card and ID proof to the exam functionary who is positioned across with a barcode/QR code reader for verification. The candidates will be made aware of the lab number issued to them.
Things to Carry in the Examination Hall
Printed copy of Barcoded/QR Coded Admit card with the photograph affixed on it.
Photocopy of Permanent SMC/MCI/NMC registration, to be retained by the test centre.
Any one of the following original and valid/non-expired Govt issued photo IDs:
- PAN Card
- Driving License
- Voter ID
- Aadhaar Card (with Photograph)
If you want to show an e-Aadhaar card with the Aadhaar number written on it as identity proof, the e-Aadhaar card has to be a high-quality color printout with the photo visible. The picture must be clear and match the candidate presenting the e-Aadhaar Card without any wrinkles, stains, or scratches. In this case, the NBEMS’ decision is definitive.
It is required that the name on the photo identification and the name on the admit card must correspond. It is mandated to present the appropriate paperwork (Marriage Certificate/Divorcee Decree/Legal Name Change paperwork/Gazette notification for name change) to support a claim for change of name if the name has changed as a result of marriage or other circumstances.
I hope these pointers will help you in your NEET SS test preparation. Good fortune!