With hardly 6 weeks left for the commencement of NEET 2022, Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), a premier National Institute for NEET and JEE preparation has launched an exclusive All India Mock NEET Test series 2022, which is scheduled to be conducted on 5th, 10th and 22nd June 2022, through online and offline mode.
Under the banner name of ‘AimNEET’, the mock test is free for all the students providing with the benchmark of the performance, helpful in fine tuning the preparations. The test will be conducted for a duration of 3 hours and 20 minutes in both offline and online modes. The offline test will be conducted at VMC medical plus centre for excellence Janakpuri and South extension centres, while students can also take the test in the online mode.
“With expectations of a cut throat competition this year, serious aspirants would have already ramped up with the preparations and started revision. ‘AimNEET’ will be an essential asset, providing a real time ambience of the actual test to formulate test taking strategies and build the stamina to overcome the stress and pressure, through the Performance Analysis Report (PAR) generated post exam for analysis. With few days left for the exam students are advised to focus on revision and attempt as many mock tests. Having a wide range of mathematical problems and theoretical questions, physics is still a nightmare for many NEET aspirants and find it hard to clear this section. It is thus of very much importance to devote more time for this section while preparing and have a clear concept base.” Said Saurabh Kumar, Chief Academic Officer, Vidyamandir Classes.
It is known by now that the NTA’s amendments towards this year’s exam, the pen & paper (offline) mode of the exam will consist of 4 sections (Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology). Each subject will consist of 2 sections A & B with compulsory 35 questions in section A to attempt, section B in all the subjects will have an option to attempt any 10 questions out of 5, providing some sigh of relief. This make the exam a total of 180 questions combined, which need to be completed within 3 hours & 20 minutes, the total marks being unchanged (720).
“Comparatively, many aspirants last year suggested that the overall difficulty level was moderate with physics being the toughest of all sections for them with plenty of numerical and concept-based questions. In biology, Zoology was found to be easier than the botany section. Even though highly competitive scoring is necessary to get the college of choice, it is important to be prepared right from today and understand what and how to study within the given time.” Added Kumar