NEET is a famous competitive examination in India in the field of medicine. Students work very hard to prepare for it. After successful in this, the students are provided admission in the medical college. After successful completion of the course in medical college, he can get MBBS and BDS degree.

At the bottom of this page, you have been given the official notification and website information of NEET, you can get more information through the link given there.

What is NEET Exam?

The central government has made a qualifying examination (qualifying entrance exam) mandatory for admission to medical undergraduate courses MBBS and BDS in India, admissions are granted in educational institutions as per the students’ desire on the basis of marks obtained in this examination. This exam is earlier known as ‘AIPMT’ (All India Pre-Medical Test). This exam is conducted simultaneously across the country. According to its result, students were given admission in all central government-run medical institutions.

AIPMT exam was conducted for admission in central government medical colleges and PMT (Pre-medical test) exam was conducted for admission in state medical colleges. After these examinations, private educational institutions used to charge arbitrary fees, in which students had to face a lot of difficulties.

In order to prevent private educational institutions, the central government has decided to organize only one examination, National Eligibility Cum ENTRANCE TEST (NEET), instead of these examinations. This exam was valid for taking admission in all medical colleges across the country, which includes private and government educational institutions.

What Is NEET Full Form:

The full form of NEET is “NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)”.

NEET Qualification: To appear in NEET, a student must have passed Intermediate examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as subjects. It is mandatory to have 50% marks in Intermediate.

NEET Age Limit Criteria: To participate in the NEET exam, the age of the student must be between 17 years to 25 years, relaxation has been given to the reserved category candidates as per the rules.

NEET exam Fee: NEET fees are as follows-

  • General / OBC: Rs 1400
  • SC/ST: Rs 750

NEET exam is conducted by National Testing Agency.

Exam Pattern and Timing For NEET exam:

Subjects  Sections No. of Questions Total Marks  Exam Timing
Physics Section A 35 140 3 hours (180 minutes)
Section B 15 40
Chemistry Section A 35 140
Section B 15 40
Botany Section A 35 140
Section B 15 40
Zoology Section A 35 140
Section B 15 40
Total 200 (20 optional) 720

NEET exam Syllabus: The syllabus of NEET is as follows-

  • Physics: Physical world and measurement, Law, Motion of particle and rigid body, Properties of perfect matter, Behavior of perfect gas and Kinetic theory, Electrostatics, Magnetic effects of current and magnetism, Electromagnetic waves, Dual nature of matter and Radiation electronic equipment
  • Chemistry: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, Substances: Gases and Liquids, Equilibrium, Hydrogen, P-Block Elements, Hydrocarbons, Solid State, Electrochemistry, Surface Chemistry, P-Block Elements, Coordination Compounds, Alcohols , phenols and ethers, organic compounds containing nitrogen.
  • Biology (Botany + Zoology): Living World, Cell Structure and Function, Human Physiology, Structural Organization in Animals and Plants, Plant Physiology, Reproduction, Biology and Human Welfare, Ecology and Environment, Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology and Diversity in its Applications.

How to prepare for NEET (Preparation TIPS)?

Prepare for NEET in this way-

Study Material: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by CBSE, you have to study NCERT books thoroughly to get good marks in it. In this, study the books of Physics, Chemistry and Biology properly.

Time Table: To prepare for NEET, you must first identify your weakness. After that, you have to find ways to remove it. Every student has his own way of studying, but if this study is done by making a time table, then you will be able to prepare yourself well. You have to spend minimum 4 hours on self-study. Do not spend more than 3 hours on a single topic.

Get Enough Sleep: Along with preparing for the exam, you should take full sleep, otherwise your health will deteriorate. Getting enough sleep will allow you to study well the next day.

Prepare according to the Syllabus: You have to do your preparation according to the syllabus, so that you can cover all your topics in time. To prepare well, you have to compulsorily read all the topics of the syllabus, if you leave any topic, then you may get less marks in the exam, which you may have to bear the loss at the time of counselling.

Old Paper: To prepare well, you should go through the question paper of the previous exam. With this you will get the correct information about the question paper.

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