NEET 2022 Topper Hrishikesh Gangule, AIR 3 says regular study and concept building key to success

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Hrishikesh Gangule has bagged third position in All India Ranking in NEET 2022 exam. He believes regular study, focussed approach, learning from mistakes are among key ingredients to steer one's way to get success in NEET exam.

 

Hrishikesh Nagbhushan Gangule has secured AIR 3 in NEET 2022 exam for which result was announced on Wednesday, September 7. With 715 marks, he is among top three toppers. Tanishka from Rajasthan has got AIR 1 in the exam followed by Delhi’s Vatsa Ashish Batra. Gangule says he achieved the feat with regular study without procrastination and focussed approach. Gangule who also topped INI CET 2022 July session wanted to become a doctor since he was 9-year old. He says one should not study for long hour at a stretch and suggests NEET aspirants to take a small break of 15-20 minutes to assimilate things in the brain. He is planning to become a cardiologist in near future as cardiovascular diseases are on the rise. 

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Family background and choosing this profession

Gangule belongs to Karnataka. He is also the state topper. Neither of his parents are doctors. Both of them are software engineers. Some of his his distant relatives are doctors and he got inspiration from them to become a doctor. He chose to pursue this profession as he believes this is a noble profession where one gets to serves the humankind. He was steadfast about his goal to become a doctor since the age of nine and worked towards it consistently.

Preparation Plan and Strategy

Initially he had no idea how to go about the medicine. He was interested in Maths and Science and used to solve problems of higher level. In class 11, he took admission in a renowned coaching institute which groomed him well. He had joined their two year classroom programme.

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During preparation, he aimed for regular study and clearance of concept. From very first day, he used to revise the concepts which were taught in classroom. He believed that there should not be any confusion and concepts should be crystal clear. “I used to solve all the problems without delay. I never used to procrastinate. I used to solve the problems in the package as soon as the concept was taught in the class,” he said.

Strategy to tackle weak areas

The topper revealed that he used to be bogged down when he had low score in the test during the last leg of the preparation. Many negative thoughts used to plague his mind like I should score perfect 720 and so. But seniors, teachers and experts guided him to face the situation and he realised that learning is a continuous process and one becomes perfect by learning from his mistakes. One should introspect the mistakes and work on them. The important fact is not to repeat the same mistake. Gangule says the tests are not to check your performance. It gives one an opportunity to evaluate and tells what more needs to be done to improve score in weak areas.

Tips for NEET Aspirants

First and foremost things is not to get discouraged by low sore or errors in the test. Take it to your stride. Everyone makes error but one should learn from it. Second things is one should always be confident about his/her preparation as NEET exam test both knowledge and your mental stability. As NEET is a vast exam, candidates should know how much they should learn and what they should learn. They should have clear cut idea what is relevant and what is not as syllabus is vast and everything can’t be covered completely.

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The candidates need to secure a certain number of marks to be eligible for admission.for the general category, the minimum marks required for MBBS is 720-164, for SC/ST/OBC category, it is 169-129, for the general -PH category it is 163-146, for the SC/OBC- PH it is 145-129, and STPH IT IS 141-129.

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