“Keep your mind fixed on what you want in life; not on what you don’t want.” – Napoleon Hill. NEET is known as The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test; this exam is only for undergraduate students. This test is only available in India and for students who want to pursue some undergraduate medical courses, this course is also known as the All India Pre-Medical Test. This exam is provided or administrated by the Nation Testing Agency. This entrance exam is used for many medical courses like- Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery– (MBBS), Bachelor’s Dental Surgery- (BDS), and for post-graduation exams. NEET is the entrance exam that replaced the previous exam or formerly called – All India Pre Medical Test– (AIPMT). NEET is an offline mode of examination.
As the pandemic has taken a toll over the world, students have had to face a delay in their The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- (NEET), The students who had already registered and were about to give their exams, but had a halt in their exams because of the pandemic, the Nation Testing Agency has decided that students will be giving their exam online itself instead of the original offline exams. So, the National Testing Agency has declared new examination dates instead of having exams on 3rd July, it will now be conducted on 13th September. Also, a counselling session will be held on both the levels- National and state level. These were certain changes made in the examination schedule.
Students who want to pursue a medical degree and career need to fill certain eligibility criteria before they can apply for, The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- (NEET). Students need to be 12th pass with minimum passing marks of 50% and for students in other categories like- SC / ST / OBC need 40% from any recognized colleges or university to be eligible to apply for the NEET entrance exams. No international students can apply for this course or exam; only Indian citizens can. There are some age-related restrictions as well for this exam, students below the age of 17 cannot apply for this exam, students of not more than 25 age can still apply but only of any particular general category. These are the eligibility criteria students need to fulfill in order to apply for the NEET entrance exams.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- (NEET) is only allowed to be given once a year and it is also present only once a year but there’s an exception given to the 2020 students due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is an offline paper pen-based exam and the exam duration is for about 3 hours. This test is accepted by at least 155 colleges or universities in India. Students will be provided with their Identification cards or with an admit card after filling their application forms or registration forms, which they have to compulsory bring on their day of the exam or they won’t be able to give their exam. For further more information students can visit the official NEET site. These are certain basic knowledge that students should be made aware of before they give their exams.
There some things students should know about their exam so there is an exam pattern as always, the subjects are physics, biology, chemistry, and the questions are Multiple- Choice Question- (MCQ). The test is conducted in many languages approx. in 11 languages- English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Oriya and in Assamese. The exam is for a total of 720 marks overall, so this is some exam information that is necessary for students to remember.
Now, for registration form or application form filling process, the form filling process is only available through the online process. The application forms are available from the 1st week of December usually on 2nd December and the last date is a month after the application forms are available so basically on 31st December. While the application process is going on students need to be ready with all of their documents. They also have to upload their recent pictures as well as their signature, so they need to be ready to upload their documents as per the given sizes of the images.
There are so many centers that conduct, The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- (NEET) their many universities as well. In many states like- – In Maharashtra, In Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, In Tamil Nadu and West Bengal, In Assam, In Chandigarh, In Delhi, In Goa, In Gujarat, In Jammu and Kashmir, In Jharkhand, In Karnataka, In Madhya Pradesh. In University like- In Tamil Nadu, Annamalai University, In Maharashtra, Dr. D Y Patil University, In Delhi, Delhi University, In Karnataka, JSS University, and many more other universities, etc.