I started with weekly 1/4th syllabus mock tests in June/July last year, prepared by my coaching institute (Helix Chandigarh).
Most of the times I couldn’t complete more than half the syllabus for these tests, but I made sure I gave them, just to know what I’m missing.
In July, I gave around 2 full syllabus mock tests,again without completing the entire portion, I still tried to do the topics I hadn’t done before,scoring around 400 in each test.
Starting August 15th, we had Full Syllabus mock test every 3rd day till 1st September, and then we had a mock test every alternate day till 11th September(all of which I gave wearing a mask and gloves).
So my strategy was covering some part of my leftover portion before any test ,give the test,analyze my mistakes, clear my doubts and look at what topics I didn’t know/study.
So for the next mock test I tried covering some more portion of my leftover topics, repeating the same cycle till the actual NEET day i.e 13th September ,2020.
Trust me ,you’ll never be fully prepared to give mock tests or atleast you won’t feel like you are. But you gotta give those tests to see where you stand and what you lack ,so that you can work on that, and make it better for THE ACTUAL DAY !!