NEET Exam is a leading exam in India. This exam conducts every year in the country for the medical course admission including MBBS, BDS, and Ayush Courses. A student who wants to become a doctor after studying is required to clear this exam in our country. However, students also have so many myths that they need to avoid about NEET Exam.
Due to the MBBS Course Duration, many students skip the idea of NEET preparation. They think that it is the longest course in India. That means, they will start earning late in comparison to other courses. However, this course gives the most impressive opportunities to candidates of earning and that’s why they can better than other UG degree courses.
2). MBBS is Only for Intelligent and Brilliant Science Students
The second myth that you must avoid about the NEET exam MBBS is “NEET is only for brilliant students”. It is also a silly myth about this exam. Many students are thinking that only 90%+ students can do MBBS in India. From the past few trends of NEET exam results, we saw the fact that average students in the 12th class also cleared this exam with hard work and became a doctor.
3). MBBS is Possible Only for Rich Students
Are you also thinking that this myth is true? You are wrong this time because MBBS is also possible for poor students. They can get admission to government medical colleges of India based on NEET exam marks, rank, and score. Government College MBBS Fee is quite low for the candidates in comparison to private medical college.
4). Examination Process is Very Tough
It is a silly myth about the NEET exam because the examination process is not very tough. It is a one-stage exam only and you need to appear in only one single examination phase to start the MBBS course. Once you crack the NEET exam then you need to wait for the merit list prepared by National Testing Agency and then participate in the NEET UG Counselling.
5). NEED 1 Year After 12th to Prepare for NEET Exam
Last but not least one more myth about the NEET Exam in the mind of students is 1-year wastage after 12th to prepare for NEET Exam. is this true? No, many students start the preparation for this exam after the 10th class and that’s they do not require a 1-year drop after the 12th class.
The Bottom Line
Hence, these are the top 5 myths that you must avoid about NEET Exam. NEET is not a tough exam for the candidates when they covered all NCERTs of class 11th and class 12th. However, the role of mock tests is also very important during the preparation for the NEET UG examination.