National Testing Agency conducts the NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) once a year in 13 different languages to determine eligibility for aspirants who are applying for admission to medical colleges that offer the following courses: MBBS, BDS, etc.
This is an undergraduate national exam. It is considered one of the most difficult exams in the country. Every candidate admits it to be one the toughest for graduate admission. This exam is only open to National Level candidates. These students can compete for seats at 542, 313 and 914 AYUSH colleges, 47 BVSc, and AH colleges in India.
The three sections of this examination are Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Biology is the main subject and it can be divided into two sections: Zoology – The study of animals, and Botany (The study of plants). There are 90 questions in the biology section, 45 for Botany and 45 for Zoology. The physics and Chemistry sections have 45 and 45 respectively. The examination has 720 marks. Each correct answer earns a candidate 4 marks while each incorrect answer subtracts 1 mark. This examination is crucial in that negative marking is allowed.
This examination is based directly or indirectly on NCERT textbooks, as prescribed by CBSE – Central Board of Secondary Examination. This is a national examination that allows Aspirants to be admitted to their dream colleges. This examination controls admissions to the most prestigious colleges in the country. Candidates who clear the cut-off and have an advantage over other candidates are selected. Those who don’t qualify are disqualified. This is a pen-and-paper mode exam.
It is conducted in Hindi, English and Assamese. Each state used to conduct its entrance examinations previously, but there were some discrepancies such as paper leaks or invigilator issues that led to an uniform examination that is significantly better than other systems. The NTA can no longer be held responsible for counselling that is conducted for admission once the result has been published.
All India Rank (AIR),/Merit list to the Directorate General of Health Services, Government of India for counselling purposes by the Medical Counselling Committee of DGHS (MCC). Counselling is conducted by the MCC of DGHS for admissions to MBBS / BDS courses. Certain reservations, such as SC/ST/SPORTS QOTA, are accepted in the examination. This does not cause any discrimination in any discipline. Candidates are permitted to take the question books after the exam, but they must leave the OMR sheet where they have marked the answers in order to be checked by NTA. This exam takes approximately 3 hours.
3 hours, 720 marks and 180 questions. Students are not expected to follow this method as questions may be quick (30 seconds) or take 2 minutes (for numericals). Calculating the numericals should only be done by hand. Calculators and other devices are not permitted on campus. The examination has a very strict dress code. The dress code for the examination is very strict. Children should wear simple clothes in dull colours and no accessories such as watches, earrings, or rings. No large buttons or shirts are allowed. Children are not allowed to wear sandals or shoes for the examination.
Candidates must only bring the above-mentioned items into the exam hall, according to the NTA.
* Personal use of a transparent water bottle
* Hand Sanitizer
* Additional passport or postcard photos, as well as the same ones uploaded to the application form
* NEET admit card and self-declaration form
* Proforma with a postcard-sized photograph attached
* If applicable, PwD certificate
This is indeed a highly competitive exam that requires a lot of brainstorming. This exam requires a minimum score of 50 percent.
NEET Question Paper 2018 had a cutoff of 131 for UR/Unreserved/general categories, whereas it was only 107 for SC. These scores will be determined based on the difficulty of the exam. Experts agree that the hardest section of the exam is the physics, followed closely by biology and chemistry. NTA consults the National Medical Commission of India (NMC) and Dental Council of India(DCI) to determine if seats are still vacant. This may reduce the cutoff, allowing for other qualified candidates to take their place.
These are the basic preparation strategies:
Do your best to improve the areas you feel are weak. This will help you gain confidence in taking the exam.
Not being concerned.
Try to not get tense, as it will only make things worse
You will be able to prepare for the exam by keeping calm and motivated.
Make a list.
Notes can help you learn the chapters. You should not hesitate to take notes if you want to succeed at NEET.
After the question paper has been received by the experts, the experts analyze the difficulty of each exam. They rank the questions and assign them to difficult, moderate, or easy levels. The Physics section is considered the most difficult. Changes in the pattern of difficulty and cutoff will alter the patterns. Keep in mind that competition increases every year, which generally means that the cutoff and minimum scores required to clear the eligibility criteria for eligible colleges are higher. Many tips and tricks are available online that can help you increase your expected marks. Many institutions release answer keys after the exam, but students usually wait until the NTA releases the official answer keys. Official answer keys are available on the official website and have no discrepancies. If anyone feels there is a problem with the answer key, they can both challenge the question and the answer. NTA will mail a scan of the OMR sheet to all registered email addresses of aspirants. This will help to show a clearer pattern in the release of scorecards.