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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is an entrance examination held for the admission to various medical UG courses like MBBS and BDS. NEET is a national level medical examination which is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE).

NEET will be a single entrance examination for the 12th class students to get admission to almost all medical colleges in India for MBBS, BDS and other medical courses. Even Private colleges have to entertain candidates for admission based on their NEET UG Results. NEET was conducted in 2013 for the first and last time. Since then AIPMT has replaced NEET, but now with the Supreme Court’s verdict to recall the issue on NEET Exam has brought hope that NEET may be back.

If the NEET is back in the upcoming years with the Supreme Court’s judgement in favour, then it will replace back its position from AIPMT and it will be held for as many as 35000 seats MBBS and BDS in the government colleges and a few thousand seats in the private colleges too.

Important Reading : AIPMT 2016 Cut Off

Exam Pattern

NEET exam is a pen and paper based examination. All the questions are Multiple Choice questions in nature. There are four options for each question out of which only one is the answer to the question. There are 180 questions asked in the examination which are to be answered within 3 hours. Question paper is divided into 3 sections viz. Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). 4 marks are awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer

Syllabus

Syllabus for the NEET UG will be the same as the AIPMT held this year and if there are any changes introduced, then it will be published officially by the MCI.

Generally the syllabus is covered from the topics covered in 11th and 12th class senior secondary education. Topics from the subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology and Botany) will be asked in the examination.

Application Procedure

If the NEET comes back then it will follow an online application procedure to apply for NEET Examination. The updates will be made available by PrepLadder about the application procedure and every other important thing beforehand the commencement of application procedure.

 

Eligibility Criteria

Below mentioned are the eligibility norms which must be fulfilled to sit for the exam.

  • Candidate must be above 17 years of age on before 31st December of the examination year.
  • Candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
  • Foreign candidates can apply but they have to get the information from their respective embassies.
  • Candidate must have completed 12th standard senior secondary education. Exan the 12th students who are appearing for the 12th class examination the same year of examination can also apply for NEET.

Stay tuned for the updates on NEET!

Also Read : NEET coming back, find out what it means for you

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