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International Women’s Day : Let’s Salute 2021 NEET Women Toppers Who Inspire Girls To Become Doctors

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Every year lakhs of students from all over India appear for NEET exams to secure a seat in one of the top medical colleges in India. On International Women’s Day, lets have a look at the women toppers who secured high ranks in 2021 NEET exams.

More than 15 lakh students appeared for 2021 NEET exam. Out of the total 8 lakhs successful candidates, There were approximately 5 lakhs female students. These girls have achieved success through sheer hard work, determination and a desire to excel in their lives against all odds. Their stories inspire thousands of girls who are planning to become doctors following their footsteps.

Let’s have a look at some of the toppers –

Karthika Nair

Karthika topped NEET 2021 exams

An 18-year-old candidate from Maharashtra, she topped NEET exams last year scoring a perfect 720/ 720 marks (99.99 percentile). She works hard throughout her preparation time – regular revisions of the subjects, take down the bullet points and make the times table according to the syllabus were some of the tips that she shares with future aspirants. She practiced a lot of mock tests at home. She also suggests that NCERT syllabus must be followed in order to crack NEET exams.

Vaishnavi Sarda

Vaishnavi attributes her success to hard work and focus

She is from Maharashtra and has secured 17 rank in the NEET 2021. She says that nothing could be achieved in life without hard work and perseverance. He family members relocated to Kota to help her prepare for NEET exams. She says that strict adherence to timetable and regular revision is the key to success. In addition to this, she also says that mock tests should be attempted to gain confidence before the real test.

Saloni Verma

Honesty and sincerity in studies got her the dream success

Saloni belongs to Lakhimpur in Uttar Pradesh but now settled in Hisar in Haryana where her father works as an Electrical Engineer. She has secured 22nd rank in the NEET exams. She had decided to become a doctor after she saw a surgery as a child. Her preparations started after high school examinations. Her parents say that Saloni got this success with hard work and consistency. They never had to pressurise her for studies. Saloni is an inspiration for many of the NEET aspirants today.

On International Women’s Day, these success stories should inspire girls that everything is possible with hard work and sincerity.

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