Tips to reduce Negative Marking in NEET
- Leave Doubtful Questions: If you get stuck in any particular question then don’t waste your time in solving it, Leave it and move to the other question. If you attempt a doubtful question and by chance the answer is not correct then 1 mark will be deducted. So it’s better to leave the doubtful questions instead of giving wrong answer.
- Over confidence: There is a gap between confidence and overconfidence. It looks good to be confident at the time of examination. But don’t be overconfidence, sometimes students choose the answer without reading the questions carefully. Focus on the question and understand it then attempt the question. Don’t be in hurry just take your time and choose the correct answer.
- Luck testing: This trick is commonly used by the unprepared aspirants during the examination. They test their luck and blindly choose the random answers without even reading the questions. This is not the right way to solve the question paper and these students often up by getting negative marks.
- Don’t take stress: If a candidate is in stress then he can make mistakes in the easy questions. Stress can spoil everything and this will reduce the marks. So don’t take stress at the time of examination, try to remain calm and focus on the questions.
- Excitement: Some candidates get overexcited after reading the question paper and generally do silly mistakes because of the over confidence. They don’t read all the given options and try to complete the paper in less time. Due to this, they lose their marks and not get success in the results. So try to control your emotions and give time to all the questions respectively.
- Keep practicing: keep practicing the important topics daily, for this you can solve previous year question papers and you can take help from your elders. Sample papers and models are also available in your nearest books store you can buy it from there. If you practice the important questions daily then the chances of negative marking in examination will decreases.
- Don’t answer at last minute: It is not easy to attempt the questions at last minute; your answer will remain incomplete if the times up. Attempt the important and scoring questions first and try to solve the question paper on time. Avoid answering the questions at last minute as it creates the chances of negative marking.
- Don’t choose 2 answers: In OMR sheet, you get 4-5 options and you have to choose only one option. Read the question carefully and then choose the correct answer. If you will select more than one option then you not get any mark for your answer. By doing it so, negative marks will be given to the candidate.
- Read Answer sheet at last: After solving the complete paper, candidates should read their answer sheet once. By doing it so, if you have done some mistakes then you can correct it. Give the last 10-15 minutes for reading the answer sheet. Everyone can do errors by mistake so it is very important to read the question paper and answer sheet before the time gets over.