NEET 2020 Complete Details, Exam Pattern, Eligibility, Important Dates, Application Fees: NEET(National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Under Graduate) is an entrance examination for the students who wish to pursue an undergraduate degree in medical and dental courses in private and government medical and dental colleges of India. These examinations are taken by the students who have opted biology in addition to physics and chemistry and is one of the important exams for the students who have an interest in the medical course and aim to become a doctor or a dentist in the future.
The NEET examination is conducted by one of the trusted agency that is the National Testing Agency which is a transparent agency and chance of leaking and cheating paper is close to nun. The NEET examination is held every year once and around the month of MAY. It is for the students who want to pursue MBBS(Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), BDS(Bachelor of Dental Surgery), and Ayush(Ayurvedic) courses after 12th standard.
So, here are the things you need to know about NEET Examination before giving it.
The minimum age for giving the examination is 17 years old and has passed the 12th with minimum marks required is 50% in the science stream (PCB).
|Registration||2–31 Dec 2019|
|Admit card available||27 Mar–3 May 2020|
|Exam||3 May 2020|
|Results available||4 Jun 2020|
Application fees for registration for a general candidate(Rs. 1400) and an SC/ST/PWD(Rs.750) is variable for different category of students and cut-off also varies with different category of students.
Marks division & Number of questions
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Other Important Things
- Time:- 3 hours Examination
- Question type:- MCQ
- Exam mode:- Offline
- Marking scheme:- Offline
One important thing we like to conclude here that with several students competing for limited seats in medical and dental colleges/universities and the number is growing each year it is really difficult to get into one of the best colleges out there. Many students also opt for pursuing doing MBBS and BDS from other countries like pursuing MBBS in China. They equally give quality education and have a well-structured course as we have in India.
So, don’t fear if you are not able to qualify the examination because there are many options to go for in or outside India and at the end, the college or university doesn’t matter, it’s up to you how much you work hard to become a good surgeon or a good doctor, just aim to become a good doctor or surgeon and try to serve people rightly.