After receiving numerous number of requests, the PrepLadder team took the initiative to gather information about the NEET examination from all the sources that we could reach.

 

There is no need to panic that NEET will be conducted in two phases. If the fear is about the advantage (which you think) of the candidates who will appear on July 24th, then let us assure you that your fear is unnecessary.

Candidates who applied for AIPMT were preparing for the top 15% seats under All India Quota and by this time you would have completed all your syllabus and will be revising it. The exam pattern and syllabus is exactly the same as it was in AIPMT. Then why to worry, just keep up yor good work, go for the examination prepared and give your best shot.

Almost all the eligible Candidates applied for AIPMT and will sit for the examination with you on the 1st of May competing for the top MBBS seats. Remaining candidates who did not who did not apply for AIPMT were either not eligible or were preparing for the state level exams. These candidates will appear on July 24th, no matter if they will sit for the same exam, 84 days later but think logically, they will be competing for remaining 85 % of state quota seats which were to be given earlier through state medical entrance exams for MBBS Seats.

The only issue might be that the exam will only be held in English and Hindi, so students preparing in their regional languages are at a disadvantage.

There is nothing that will chage the Supreme Court order now, we have exhausted all options to try and do that. So, stop worrying and focus on your studies.

There is no need to be afraid of NEET. It is essentially the same exam as AIPMT.

 

Only the candidates who did not prepare for AIPMT seriously may suffer the consequences. But candidates who gave there everything in for AIPMT will definitely crack NEET on May 1st.

If you have any questions or comments, write them in the comment box below. 

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