NEET is one of the toughest medical entrance exams in India. It will be conducted by NTA on 03rd May 2020.
The Government of India has made the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test the only exam to pursue medical courses abroad and India.
Being the only medical entrance exam at all India level, the competition in this examination has increased. So, if you are willing to pursue MBBS/BDS/Ayush Courses, then you must know the complete information about the NEET Exam.
In this blog we have covered the following details about NEET.
Latest: NTA has started the NEET Correction process from 15th January 2020. Candidates can now correct the details in their application form till 31st January 2020.
Before starting your preparations, make sure you have enough knowledge about the exam you are going to attempt.
As per the officials, only National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is going to be conducted instead of all the medical entrance exams.
The exam notification was released on official website on 2nd December 2019.
The exam will use highly secured IT software and encryption to ensure timely delivery of the tests.
NTA will start teaching centres for aspirants, free of cost.
Along with this information, you must have the clear idea of exam dates and news. Check the complete NEET Notification here!
The eligibility criteria is based on 4 crucial factors, such as -
Required Educational Qualification
Nationality & Citizenship
Candidates who fulfill all the above requirements will be eligible for the exam. To read the detailed guidelines, please visit - NEET Eligibility Criteria 2020.
To get yourself into the competitive race of this medical exam, you must make your first move by submitting the application form online. The registration process was organized by National Testing Agency from 2nd December 2019 to 6th January 2020 (Extended).
To fill NEET 2020 Application Form appropriately, you can get the step by step procedure and important instructions at Eduncle.
To start your preparations, you must have the complete syllabus beforehand.
Eduncle experts have prepared a list of important chapters for NEET as per their marking weightage to help you plan your studies effectively.
Here is the complete NEET Syllabus along with the list for all 3 subjects, i.e., Biology, Chemistry & Physics.
Paper Pattern helps you to grasp the exam’s methodology and marking scheme.
This Medical Entrance Test shall consist of one paper in 11 languages containing 180 objective type questions of 720 marks.
It is divided into three parts Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology). The exam is conducted in offline mode only.
For subject wise marking weightage and time duration to attempt questions, please check the complete NEET Exam Pattern here.
Solving Previous Years’ Papers or Sample Papers has always been the best technique to improve your scores in the examination.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is definitely tough to crack! So, we'd suggest you get the Last Years’ PDF of NEET Question Papers along with their explained NEET Answer Keys as well as the model test papers to boost your confidence level.
If you're worried about how you would be able to score qualifying marks in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, then you don't have to stress anymore.
Here at Eduncle, we have come up with some NEET Preparation Tips which are suggested by the Exam Experts to help you excel in the exam.
Follow the expert tips and tricks and boost your preparation to score well in the exam.
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Admit Card is the most important document for all the aspirants while entering the exam hall because it signifies that you have registered for the exam and are eligible to appear for the same.
So, make sure you have your NEET Admit Card downloaded to carry it to the exam centre.
Click on the above link for the step by step procedure to download the Hall Ticket.
The most difficult moment of exam journey would be when the results are declared. At this time, there is a mixed feeling of hope and nervousness.
As per the 2020 information brochure, the result will be declared on 04th June 2020 by NTA.
Eduncle has given the complete step by step procedure for students to check their NEET 2020 Result.
Also, check - NEET State Wise Merit List 2019.
This is the final stage of this journey of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.
After getting the scorecard, students can go ahead for NEET Counselling Registration 2020.
The counselling will be held in 3 rounds – First, Second & Third or Final Round. Based on the marks obtained in the exam, they'll be allotted their seats in all the 3 rounds.
This process is followed until the total Government Seats in NEET 2020 are filled.
We hope, the above information for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test has helped you.
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