NEET 2022 Topper Vatsa Ashish Batra AIR 2 says Consistency is the key to Success

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Updated on Sep 9, 2022 18:57 IST

Meet Vatsa Ashish Batra, NEET topper, AIR 2, as he shares a day in his life, preparations strategy, and interesting tips to beat the exam stress.

Vatsa Ashish Batra - NEET AIR 2

Vatsa Ashish Batra - NEET AIR 2

NEET exam requires a lot of hard work and dedication and Vatsa Ashish Batra, who has a twin brother has worked his fingers to the bone by cracking NEET with AIR 2. He shares in an interview with one of India’s top coaching institutes that “preparing together, discussing doubts” with his twin brother helped him achieve this milestone to ace NEET.

Some core pieces of advice that Vatsa has for the students aspiring to sit for the NEET exam are:

1. Consistency is the key to success 

2. Error analysis is crucial to evaluate self-performance. After every mock test analyse your performance

3. Learn from your mistakes. Try to avoid repeating the same mistake twice.

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4. It is important to have faith in yourself even when you fail, believe that it will work out and you can do it.

Performance Anxiety – How to beat it?

Performance anxiety factor before the exam can be reduced by attempting a lot of mock tests. This will definitely boost your confidence. Vatsa believes that rather than focusing on securing 720, it is important to work on the questions at hand.

In addition to academic pursuits, Vatsa took the route of meditation on an everyday basis to keep his calm. It even helped him surmount the negative vibes. He shares, it is important to know the art of controlling the mind and thoughts rather than letting the mind control your actions. Meditation helps in beating the stress that can otherwise impact performance in the exam.

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Preparation Strategy- A Day in the Life of Vatsa

As he shares his day, here are some preparation strategies followed by Vatsa to gear up for the exam:

1. Study for One and a half hour intervals followed by 15 to 20 minutes/30 minutes break depending upon the demand of the topic in hand.

2. In his leisure time, he preferred listening to music or taking a stroll outside in the lap of nature.

Did Coaching help him excel in NEET?

He has accredited the contribution of the experienced faculty in enabling him to accomplish this feat. He even shared that the faculty was quite approachable and would often ask him if his preparation is on track. The study material provided by the coaching institutes is also instrumental in guiding the students toward success.

Know Vatsa Personal Life – Family and Personal Interests

Vatsa has a father and an elder brother. Both of them motivated him to pursue medicine as a career field after class 12. His elder brother is a third-year MBBS aspirant. While being serious about his studies, he indulged in watching web series to relax his mind.

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Answered 11 hours ago

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.





Beginner-Level 3

Answered 12 hours ago

No there is very least probability of getting an admission into medical college with 354 marks u need to get atleast a rank below 1lakh 50 thousand 



Beginner-Level 1

Answered 16 hours ago

India's medical colleges have intense competition for admission, and each year's cutoff scores can change based on the exam's difficulty and the volume of applications. 

It could be difficult to get into a government medical college with a 484 NEET score, particularly for popular programs like MBBS.



Piyush Awasthi

Beginner-Level 5

Answered Yesterday

No, the university may not offer admission to its MBBS course with NEET score. As per the GNSU official website, admission is through NEET and any other selection criteria is not specified. Hence, the aspirants are advised to ensure that they meet the eligibility requirements and have a valid score



Manori Sahni

Contributor-Level 9

Answered 2 days ago

You need to have studied biology, chemistry, and physics in your 10+2 in order to be qualified for NEET. Biology is something you can study as an elective, if not as a fundamental topic. However, you ought to have studied biology and received at least a 50% overall in these three subjects throughout



Piyush Awasthi

Beginner-Level 5

Answered 2 days ago

Yes, for admission to UG Homeopathy courses, candidates need NEET scores for admission. The NEET is primarily required for admission to undergraduate medical (MBBS) and Dental (BDS) courses in India. 

Further, in India, the requirements for admission to a Homeopathy course can vary depending on the i



Manpreet Kaur

Contributor-Level 9

Answered 2 days ago

Yes, NTA announced that there was one question in the NEET 2024 question paper, which had two correct answer options. Hence, any candidate who had attempted that question and marked either of the answer options, have been given full marks. According to NTA, this year only one NEET answer key challen


Sreetama Datta Roy

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Answered 2 days ago

Ever since the NEET 2024 result has been declared, several anomalies and irregularities have been observed. The reasons are given below:

  • 67 candidates scoring perfect 720 as opposed to one or two candidates in the past few years
  • Students getting marks like 718 or 719 which is not possible as per the N


Sreetama Datta Roy

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Answered 2 days ago

No, unfortunately not. The cutoff for PGIMS Rohtak generally requires 580+ marks for the general category. With a score of 250 in NEET, you are unlikely to get a seat in PGIMS Rohtak under the general EWS category


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