Things you should know about NEET
Who conducts NEET?
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI), which is considered as a national regulatory body for medical education and practice in India. The examination will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). National Testing Agency is an autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization which is established to conduct higher education level entrance examinations. NTA will also be conducting other entrance examinations such as JEE Main, UGC NET, CMAT, and GPAT.
How can I get the application?
The application form for NEET 2021 has not been released. There are possibilities to get released in the first week of August 2021. Generally, there will be 2 phases of NEET . The students who hadn’t attended the NEET at first phase can apply for the second phase.
Online or Offline?
The Ministry of Human Resource Development has decided to change the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) mode of exam this year due to the pandemic. It’s likely to be conducted online.
What is the NEET syllabus?
The syllabus for NEET has not changed. A total of 180 multiple choice questions divided into three sections. Physics and Chemistry contains 45 marks each and Biology contains a heavy weightage of 90 marks.
What is the NEET marking pattern?
A total of 180 minutes will be given to complete the exam. Candidates can choose one language from English, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada and attend the exam on the same. The questions will be from 11th and 12th portions. For each correct answer, 4 marks will be allotted and one mark will be reduced on account of wrong answer.
Tips for cracking NEET 2021
- Schedule a timetable.
- Understand the concepts rather than memorizing.
- Concentrate more on Biology followed by Chemistry and Physics as physics can have more formula based questions, it can be easy to recollect in the hall.
- Maintain a healthy diet.
- Do exercises regularly.
- Prefer morning study. Don’t ever learn in the afternoons.
- Don’t get overwhelmed by the syllabus. Smart studying yields a bunch.
- Get proper guidance from teachers or coach staff.
- Lastly, write a mock test every day to test your skills.
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