Everything You Need To Know About NEET 2020
Owing to the limited number of government seats for MBBS, NEET is considered as one of the most important exams for any students who aspire to be a doctor. But amongst this cutthroat competition, it has become imperative for the aspirants to be aware of NEET as well as choose for best NEET coaching. This is because coachings ward special attention to the students and also prepares them well for the exam.
Further, it is also crucial for the aspirants to know about the details related to this exam. For fulfilling that purpose, this article deals with all the necessary updates which the students need to know about NEET’2020.
What IS NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test)?
Conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency) that has been set up as an independent autonomous as well as self-sustained premier testing organisation, the (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) (UG) 2020 helps the aspirants to get admission into MBBS/BDS Courses as well as other undergraduate medical courses. Now even the admission to MBBS courses in AIIMS, New Delhi, JIMPER as well as other AIIMS like institutions will be made through NEFT.
All those candidates who are applicable to appear in NEET (UG) shall also apply to candidates who are desirous to take admission into INIs like AIIMS.
Age Limits For NEET 2020
The upper age limit for the students who want to appear for NEET 202 has been capped at 25 years on 31st December’2019. The lower age limit for the same is 17 years as on 31st December.
Availability Of Application Forms
The application forms were available since December 2’2019 and the last date for the same was December 31st’2019. The window enabling the candidates to make corrections was reopened on 13th March’2020 and they had the opportunity to make the same till March 19’2020.
To fill the application form, the following steps can be taken : Click on Fill NEET Application Form button by visiting the official website for NTA NEET 2020 Register for an online entry with the help of filling basic details such as Name, Category, Nationality, ID Proof Number etc. The students are required to note down the user ID and PW that has been generated.
They can log in successfully by logging in with the help of registration number and password for filling the NEET application form. Further, they are required to fill up the other details such as choice of exam city, residing address, qualification, and other similar stuff.
The students are further required to submit the scanned copies of the photograph, signature, left-hand thumb impression, etc as per the needs and specifications. After this, the applicants are required to step off the Application Fee Payment as well as the respective amount. The students can take a printed copy of the confirmation page for future use after successful payment.
As compared to last year, the application fees have been hiked to Rs 1500 from Rs 1400 for general candidates. While filling the form, the students can even upload live photographs. The General EWS applicants are required to pay Rs 1400 whereas the applicants belonging to the reserved category have to pay Rs 800.
Language Of The Exam
Conducted throughout the country in 155 cities having 2546 test centres, the entrance test would be conducted in 11 languages that include Hindi, English as well as other 9 regional languages all over India.
Date For Downloading Admit Cards
All those candidates who have registered for NEET successfully can download the NEET 2020 Admit Card on March 27’2020 by logging via their NEFT registration No as well as password.
When Will It Be Conducted?
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2020 is scheduled to be conducted on Sunday, the 03 May 2020.
Changes That Have Been Introduced For NEET 2020
From now, students are required to upload the scanned images of their postcard-sized photographs, left-hand thumb impression as well as Class Xth pass certificated. They are also required to give their XIIth board roll numbers while filling their application forms. All those aspirants who are appearing for class 12 boards will have the opportunity to access the edit window for punching in their roll numbers. This is because the registration for NEET 2020 would get over before the students would be given their admit cards.
What is the Syllabus of NEET 2020?
As per the syllabus defined by the National Testing Agency NEET’2020 consists of questions that comprise of three subjects that is physics, chemistry as well as biology. Its syllabus normally overlaps the syllabus from Class Xth to class XIIth which the students have studied already.
What Is The Exam Pattern?
Conducted offline, the NEET exam consists of 180 MCQ’s that are to be solved by the aspirants within 3 hours. For every wrong answer, there is negative marking.
The Final Thought: Tips To Prepare For NEET 2020
Amongst this situation of pandemic CoVID 19, all the coaching centres have been closed till March 31st as precautionary measures. The fact that JEE Mains and Board Examinations has been postponed has had no impact on the postponement of NEET till now. Thus during this lockdown, the aspirants access the best NEET Coaching that is Margshree coaching which provides online classes for preparing the aspirants to crack NEET. The classes are recorded which means that the students can view them again whenever they want to.
Attendees also have the opportunity to resolve their doubts through a quick session that takes place before as well as after the class. The students can also study from the e-book format that is updated as well as well researched. The students should also take up mock tests regularly and thus for that purpose, the students can also opt for the online test series that are available for NEET by Margshree coaching. They can choose for creating a real exam environment by taking the quarter syllabus tests as well as the full syllabus tests that are easily available at affordable rates.
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Shruti Kakkar is a content writer at Margshree Coaching. Having an experience of 2+ years she has written blogs in various fields of education ranging from coaching institutes to online learning tools. Follow her on LinkedIn here.