Navdeep Singh secured AIR rank 1 in the NEET 2017 exam. He secured 697 marks out of 720 with a Percentile of 99.99. He was followed by Madhya Pradesh’s Archit Gupta and Manish Mulchandani securing 2nd and 3rd position respectively.
|School||Shivalik Public Senior Secondary School|
|NEET Score||697 out of 720|
|NEET Physics Score||180 out of 180|
|NEET Chemistry Score||175 out of 180|
|NEET Biology Score||342 out of 360|
Navdeep took a leap against 11,38,890 aspirants who registered for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) undergraduate program held on May 7, 2017. This is a national level entrance examination for Undergraduate (MBBS/BDS) program. Via this exam, an aspirant gets a chance to take admission in either government or private college.
Navdeep Singh is an 18-year-old boy from Muktsar, Punjab. He studied in Shivalik Public Senior Secondary School, Muktsar. In school, no wonder he scored well, a 10 CGPA in class 10th and 88% in class 12th.
Navdeep is quite fond of cricket. Apart from that, he also likes reading books. Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat and 100 Million Oblivion by Varun Chopra is some of his favorite books.
Navdeep’s father Gopal Singh is a Government School Principal and his mother Simarjeet Kaur is an LIC Employee. Also, he has a brother named Navjot Singh.
Navdeep Singh became the topper of NEET exam with 697 marks out of 720 marks. He secured 180 marks out of 180 in Physics, 175 out of 180 in Chemistry and 342 out of 360 marks in Biology. He had a percentile of 99.99 with rank 1.
Navdeep told that he was sure that he will complete the exam but securing AIR 1 was unexpected.
When asked about the strategy, Navdeep shared few tips which an aspirant must remember in order to qualify NEET.
Navdeep suggested that one must join a good coaching institute if in case, one seeking to join any. They offered best coaching and good study material which was a great help to him. He went to Helix Institute which is considered to be the best in Chandigarh.
Aspirants get a chance to learn new techniques and a doubt completing platform which is a must. Institutes help in developing a time chart to clear syllabus in time and get a chance to devote need time for revision.
Navdeep emphasized on the proper management of time for preparation. He stated that every aspirant should divide equal time for each subject and give proper time for preparation each day. He also told that he used to study 10 hours daily for the exam and 14 hours well before 2 months from the exam managing time in a useful attitude is very important.
Navdeep preferred only NCERT books to study for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology for the exam. One must not ignore the fact that NCERT books played an important role as a topper. Therefore, it becomes necessary to finish the course from NCERT books before picking up another author. The first step of knowledge lies with them. According to him, NEET is aligned with classes 11th and 12th of central boards.
He suggested attempting maximum online test series as they prepare mock exams out of earlier year exams and new questions based on the syllabus. So, give the good amount of time-solving these exams to enhance your confidence and knowledge base.
Navdeep suggested some important books that can help the students in cracking the upcoming NEET exam. Here is the list of books suggested by him:
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|Aspirant Name||NEET RANK||NEET MARKS||STATE||GENDER|
|Archit Gupta||2||695||Madhya Pradesh||Male|
|Manish Mulchandani||3||695||Madhya Pradesh||Male|
|Dogra Abhishek Veerendra||5||691||Maharashtra||Male|
|Aryan Raj Singh||9||690||Uttar Pradesh||Male|
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