Aspirants have been preparing for several months now and therefore they should study selected topics. Moreover, they must make certain that they are clear with the concepts, expert Dr Pankaj Gupta told
Talking about subjects, he said that candidates must practise every formula of physics and in chemistry they should focus on named reactions. In botany, classification, cell biology, genetics, ecology should be taken care of while in zoology, human systems should be studied properly.
With only a few months remaining for the competitive medical entrance examination, the expert recommended that aspirants must take their time to do revision as it is of utmost importance.
Aspirants should go through mock papers of previous years within stipulated time of three hours, said another expert Atil Arora, who suggested that candidates should stay active during afternoon as the examination will be conducted in that time slot from 2 am-5 pm to set their body clock.
“Some of the important topics that had come in the previous years were mechanics in physics, inorganic chemistry, zoology and botany can be revised through previous year question papers as it is vast. Candidates should also take care of practicals of physics chemistry and biology,” he added.