NEET 2020 Exam Tips
NTA NEET 2020: To enroll in MBBS and BDS courses run in medical colleges across the country, you have to give NEET entrance exam. The process of applying for this examination is in progress. The last date for online registration for NTA NEET 2020 is December 31, 2019. Registration can be done at http://www.ntaneet.nic.in till 11:50 pm. On the other hand, the last date for payment of fees is till January 1, 2020, at 11:50 pm. The National Testing Agency (NTA) started the application process for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 exam from December 2, 2019.
Interested candidates can apply for this exam by visiting the official website of NEET http://www.ntaneet.nic.in and nta.ac.in. The examination will be conducted on 3 May 2020. The admit card for the exam will be released on 27 March and the result will be released on 4 June. NEET (UG) Examination-2020 will be conducted in 11 languages including English and Hindi.
When will I be able to sit the exam
To join NEET (UG), it is mandatory to pass the XII examination with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology from a recognized board. This year, students appearing in the twelfth examination can also appear in this examination. Also, the candidate has completed 17 years of age and should not be more than 25 years of age. Age relaxation is given to the reserved category candidates. They should have any proof of Aadhar card, election card, ration card, bank account, passport.
Questions will come from three subjects
In NEET, candidates have to answer questions based on three subjects. 180 questions are asked under these three sections. A time of three hours has been fixed for this. Under the examination, questions are asked from Physics (45), Chemistry (45) and Biology (90). The biology section includes questions from Zoology (45) and Botany (45).
All the questions are given four options. Their form is multiple choice. The medium of questions is both Hindi and English. Four marks are prescribed for each question.
Questions can come from anywhere
In this exam, questions will be asked in both Hindi and English medium. The pattern of questions asked in NEET is from the 11th and 12th syllabus. Therefore, students have to keep their preparations around.
NCERT Books Assistant
All the questions asked in NEET are based on NCERT books. So, prepare all the topics of NCERT books correctly. Numerical: Numerical questions are mostly in this section. The most troublesome for medical students come in these numerical, physics formulas and diagrams. Physics formulas should be well remembered. If possible, make a shortcut to these formulas.
Exam Date-03 May 2020
Result declaration: 04 June 2020
For online application and more information visit the following website- http://www.ntaneet.nic.in