Aakashians outshine NEET (UG) 2023; 145 students score over 700 marks

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 4: Aakash Institute once again emerged as frontrunner in NEET (UG) 2023 with 145 students scoring above 700 marks and a total of over 1 lakh students qualifying NEET (UG) 2023.
Notably, institute’s classroom students secured AIR 3, 5, 6 and 8 among the top 10 All India Ranks (AIR).
An interaction with students who excelled in NEET (UG) 2023 exams revealed that perseverance, determination and consistent hard work was an underlying mantra for their success in this highly competitive exam.
Sharing some tips for future NEET aspirants, topper of NEET (UG) 2023, Shivam Patel from Meerut, who scored 710 marks in NEET advised to set daily goals and work towards them while Swayam Shakti (AIR 8) revealed how he used to maintain a book where he would write important statements from NCERT textbooks in the form of true/false statements which he used to revise.
The students also agreed that NCERT focussed tools that Aakash provided such as ‘NCERT Maps’ and ‘Know Your NCERT’ were extremely helpful.
Others like Surya Pratap (AIR 35) said he read NCERT 30-40 times.
Emphasising on the role that of regular tests, Vimukta Sharma, who scored 705 / 720 said that students should never miss a test.
Dhruv Advani (AIR 5), who was a classroom programme student at Aakash, revealed that he would play basketball almost daily to relax while D Kathiravan (AIR 26) informed that he used to go for cycling and listened music to relax and Saanvi Gupta (AIR 101) used to de-stress by watching half a movie daily.
A handout stated that one of the cornerstones of Aakash Institute’s success is the trust it has gained from both parents and students alike.
As students like Kaustav Bauri (AIR 3), Dhruv Advani (AIR 5), Surya Siddharth N (AIR 6) and Swayam Shakti T (AIR 8) have demonstrated, Aakash Institute’s coaching programmes instils not only academic proficiency but also the confidence and determination necessary for success. The institute’s faculty members act as guiding lights, shaping the future of aspiring medical professionals and nurturing their dreams.