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NEET 2017: Kashi’s Aryan bags AIR 9, aims research

Aryan also secured AIR 11 in the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses.

lucknow Updated: Jun 24, 2017 12:17 IST
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“I focused on clearing concepts, instead of cramming chapters or formulae,” Aryan said.
“I focused on clearing concepts, instead of cramming chapters or formulae,” Aryan said.

Aryan Raj Singh from the temple town bagged All India Rank (AIR) 9 in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), the result of which was declared on Friday. He wants to do medical research after completing MBBS.

Aryan also secured AIR 11 in the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses.

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A brilliant student, 18-year-old Aryan is fond of playing football and guitar in his leisure time. Sharing his success mantra, he said focused study under the guidance of his teachers helped him crack the NEET.

“I started preparing for NEET soon after passing tenth standard. In the beginning, I dedicated five to six hours to studies daily. Later, I increased it to nine hours daily,” he said.

“In preparation, continuity is most important factor. I focused on clearing concepts, instead of cramming chapters or formulae. All this helped me in getting a good score,” Aryan said.

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Aryan said playing guitar helped him in enhancing his concentration which, according to him, is a must during studies. He also focused on time management during preparation.

Along with complete focus on studies during classes, Aryan also took coaching for guidance. He said blessings of his parents and their motivation played a key role in his success.

Aryan’s father is a joint registrar at the Banaras Hindu University. Aryan completed his intermediate from Delhi Public School, Varanasi this year with 96.2% marks.