NEET 2022 Topper Tanishka, AIR 1 Believes Self Study Was Her Key to Success

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2024 ( NEET )

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As NTA announced NEET result on September 7, 2022, meet the NEET 2022 topper Tanishka, AIR 1 who believes self study was her key to success. 

NEET Topper Tanishka

NEET Topper Tanishka

NTA announced the NEET result on September 7, 2022 and this brought a wave of usher for many NEET aspirants including Tanishka who has secured AIR 1 with flying colors for success. Tanishka says she has come a long way to achieve this milestone due to the collective efforts of Allen Institute, Kota, Rajasthan who has helped her at every step of the learning trajectory.

She has hit the jackpot in NEET 2022 exam not because she was different from others, but because she adopted a different approach which many hesitate to do in the classroom. As a NEET aspirant, Tanishka devoted 6-7 hours daily to self-study. Her piqued curiosity in the subjects led her to ask multiple questions from teachers. Sending a message to millions of aspirants, she said that “I never hesitated to ask as many questions as possible to understand the concepts in depth”. This approach made her rise above her doubts and boosted her confidence to appear in the exam.

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NEET Preparation Tips from the Stellar

A few pieces of advice coming straight from the NEET stellar performer are, “NEET students should prepare for the target from the very first day, and not at the last minute. As the course progresses in the classroom, you will have to revise the previous studies again and again. You can make small notes topic-wise.” When put to practice, these general tips bring a paramount difference in the approach to help candidates score a good rank in the exam.

Q:   It is possible to crack NEET exam without coaching?

A:
I will not say, it is impossible. It is possible, but you have work very hard and must give your 200% effort to crack these competitive exams. In my opinion, it is better to take coaching for NEET exam. Coaching makes your exam preparation easier. Sometimes, if you get lots of doubt then you can get it cleared by your tutor who has got the subject knowledge. Students get individual attention at coaching institutes and they focus on learning and development of students as per their requirement. Coaching centers also teach you a lot of tips, tricks and time management that help you to crack NEET exam. But, you have to be careful in choosing a right and resourceful coaching center, as there are many fraud coaching centers that works for money and not for delivering knowledge to the students.

Q:   Which is the best reference book for biology for preparing NEET ?

A:
To prepare for the Biology section of NEET the best books or study materials are NCERT textbooks. According to experts and toppers, NCERT is the best source of preparation. Based on the contents of the book, NCERT would be sufficient for NEET Biology preparation. However, students may refer to additional books and study materials. Some of the books are as follows: 1. Trueman's Biology Vol 1 and 2. Objective Biology by Dinesh 3. Objective Biology by Ansari 4. Pradeep Publication's Biology 5. Biology by GR Bathla Publications 6. SC Verma Biology.

Q:   Who topped the NEET 2023 exam?

A:

As many as two candidates have scored full marks of 720 in NEET 2023 result. Out of 20,38,596 candidates who had appeared for the exam, 11,45,976 candidates have qualified. Prabanjan J from Tamil Nadu secured AIR 1 with a full score of 720. Bora Varun Chakravarthi from Andhra Pradesh has bagged AIR 2 with 720 score. Pranjal Aggarwal from Punjab is the female topper of NEET 2023 with 716 score. NEET 2023 result was declared on June 13. NTA released the scorecards along with the list of top scorers in NEET 2023 and the qualifying cutoff scores for each candidate category.  

Also Read: NEET 2023 Toppers List

Is Coaching Necessary?

Seeing the turn of events that led to her success in NEET, she has acknowledged the immense contribution of Allen institute which provided a conducive environment for learning and growth. She expresses her gratitude for enrolling in Allen (Kota) to prepare for one of the toughest medical entrance exams in India. She further adds that Allen had provided comprehensive support in terms of resources such as weekly and monthly tests, mock tests, disciplined environment with the best and most experienced faculties that enabled her to crack the exam by hitting the bull’s eye.

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Who is Tanishka – Know the NEET 2022 Topper

Tankisha’s dream was to become a doctor as she believes in establishing her career in the domain where she can help others selflessly. Her family is originally from Narnaul, Haryana and both her parents Krishna Kumar (father) and Sarita Kumari (mother) are government school teachers. She had passed class 12 with 98.6 percent marks and class 10 with 96.4 percent marks. In addition to NEET, she had also appeared for JEE Mains in which she showed her prowess by scoring 99.50 percentile. Presently, Tanisha is aiming to pursue MBBS from AIIMS (Delhi) and further plans to pursue her specialisation in either cardio, neuro, or oncology stream. Among all the four toppers, Tanishka had been able to secure AIR 1 owing to the NTA NEET tie-breaking criteria.

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Q:   What is a good score in NEET?

A:

In general, a score of 600+ is considered to be good for NEET which will ensure a high rank. However, given the high level of competition, if you wish to get admission to one of the top 10 colleges, then you must score above 700. But if you wish to get an MBBS seat and any of the decent medical colleges in India, then a score of 600+ is required. At the same time, a score of 550 or above may also fetch you an MBBS seat at a medical college towards the end of the counselling rounds. On the other hand, if you are aspiring to pursue a BDS or a B.Sc. Nursing, then a score above 500 should be able to fetch you a seat at a good Dental or Nursing colleges in India. Having said this, by if your score is lower than the marks mentioned above, you need not feel demoralised or demotivated. There are a lot of other medical specialisations or courses through NEET scores and you will always have a good option according to your score. To know more, read the article given below: https://www.shiksha.com/medicine-health-sciences/articles/what-after-neet-blogId-37499.

Q:   Which was the easiest section of the NEET 2023?

A:
As per the NEET 2023 analysis, Physics and Biology were the easiest sections. Physics which is generally rendered as a tough subject, appeared as a surprise with easier questions. Biology on the other hand, is generally easy in nature, despite having the highest weightage in the NEET question paper. The topics of high weightage in the Physics section were Current Electricity Electro Magnetic Field, Modern Physics Rigid Body Dynamics, Modern Physics etc. In Biology the top chapters or units were Genetics, Human and Plant Reproduction, Cell Biology Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants, Application Biology and Human Physiology among others.

Q:   Can I prepare for NEET in just one month?

A:
Start repeated revisions of the chapters. Revision is the key. Solve questions and mock tests. If you refer to prepare for the NEET from the zero - The answer would be no. It's a competitive exam, has vast syllabus and could not completed in a month if starting from the zero.

Q:   How do I prepare for the NEET from the very beginning without coaching?

A:
Follow some of the best ways to prepare for NEET: Get a calendar and a diary Set your priorities Set out long study hours Take care of your health don't sleep during study time NCERT books are considered the best to cover all the basic concepts of all the subjects: Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Q:   How to prepare for NEET exam and get a good rank?

A:
Here are some tips to help you prepare for NEET and improve your chances of getting a good rank: 1 Understand the Syllabus: Go through the NEET syllabus thoroughly and create a study plan accordingly. Divide the topics into manageable chunks and make sure you cover each one systematically. 2 Refer to Good Study Materials: Use the best study material available in the market, such as NCERT books, reference books, and online resources. 3 Take Mock Tests: Taking mock tests regularly will help you assess your strengths and weaknesses, and give you an idea of the exam pattern and the difficulty level of the questions. 4 Time Management: Time management is crucial when it comes to cracking NEET. Devote sufficient time to each section, and make sure you complete the entire paper within the given time frame. 5 Stay Healthy: Take care of your physical and mental health to ensure that you can stay focused and motivated during your preparation. Eat healthy food, exercise regularly, and take breaks to avoid burnout. 6 Seek Help When Needed: Don't hesitate to seek help from your teachers, mentors, or online communities if you are facing any difficulties in your preparation. Remember, consistent effort and practice are key to success in NEET. Keep practicing and stay focused on your goal, and you are sure to achieve a good rank. Good luck!
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