NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is an India level entrance test for admitting students of undergraduate (UG) degree courses in medical or dental streams, held before by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is starting from 2020, the examination will be made into organized order by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which have the freedom control its affairs, which is at its utmost level in medical or dental field and organization which is first in importance has been set up on a permanent basis by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. According to the announcement made by the officials of the MHRD, NEET will be held on 5th May 2020. Each year, students will become available in lakhs for this exam to get admitted into the college’s Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of dental surgery (BDS) in India.
Important dates for NEET 2020, eligibility
to appear for this examination and how students can apply for it, Examination Pattern, Syllabus students have to prepare, When pursuer can get the admit card, When the results
of this will be made a formal public statement of the fact, These are some common questions all medical aspirants will be thinking about. The replies to all your queries related to the NEET exam are enclosed in this article. It makes available you with in-depth knowledge about its important dates, examination pattern, the application process, the result, syllabus and more.
NEET 2020 Admissions, Application Form & Important dates
Are you interested to appear for the NEET exam? If it is true, then you should have all the main dates related to it. The exam has a number of events which begins with online submission by entering details and ends with the college allotment. Understanding about all these events is the first priority for all the aspirants. The table mentioned below provides all the key dates of NEET 2020 including submission of application, submission of fees, correction of application, admit card, examination date and more.
NEET Examination Pattern
It is a NEET Examination Pattern. It gives a detailed description of the NEET examination pattern like the amount of the application fee to be paid while applying for the NEET 2020, Payment mode for a NEET application fee, Number of questions students have to attempt, the medium of question paper medium, negative marking is discussed below.
Examination pattern of NEET in detail:
Eligibility conditions for NEET
|Name of the Examination
||Rs.1400 for OC Rs.750 for SC/ST/OBC
|Mode of Payment
||Credit card/ debit card/ Net banking
|Duration of written exam
|Mode of Exam
||Pen and Pencil
||Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
|Subject wise Questions
||Physics – 45 questions Chemistry – 45 questions Biology – 90 questions
|Each Question marks
|Total number of questions
||1 marks for each wrong answer
For General Category age limit is 17 to 25 year and age relaxation is an application for reserved applicants.
Check on Official site
NEET 2020 – Reservation policy
As per the rules passed by the Medical Council of India (MCI), the students from Schedule caste (SC), Scheduled tribes (ST’s), backward classes (BC) and persons with disabilities get a reservation in seats while you get seats in medical colleges provided by government under the quota of government as follows:
NEET – stepwise application process
- 15% reservation for SC students
- 5% reservation for ST students
- 27% reservation for OBC students
- 5% reservation for persons with disabilities
If you achieve the eligibility conditions stated by the NTA, you can make an application request for the NEET exam. Students have the requirement to register online and create their respective NEET login. Steps to be considered to apply for NEET 2020? In this part, the answer to this query is answered in detail. Stepwise describing of NEET registration and application process.
Watch the official site of NEET NTA.
: Click on ‘Fill application form’
: Read all the statements carefully and click on ‘Proceed to Apply Online NEET’
Enter all the required details and click on ‘Preview and Next’
View the details entered and click next
: Make an available password and security questions for the user to register.
Once registered, students will get an application registration number.
8: To complete the procedure sign in using application number and password.
: Enter the details like Personal information, Birthplace, question paper medium, Examination city you want and click on Next.
: Make available to enter all the academic details to the aspirant and click on Next.
: Make available to enter address details and click on preview and submit.
View the application form and make confirmation that the details entered are correct and click on Final submit if all the information is correct.
Upload scanned photograph and signature as provided and click on Next.
: Make a purchase through net banking, credit card and debit card.
Step 15: After the successful payment, take the print out of the confirmation page.
NEET Admit card
The NEET admit card is thought carefully before making the decision to be the most important document for students attending for the examination. The students who attend the examination need to bring the admit card to the examination center to get entry into the examination hall. If a student is unable to provide admit card while going into the examination hall, he/she will not be allowed into the examination hall. Admit card has important details related to the student such as roll number, name, and address of the examination center, date and time of the examination center and more. In 2020, the students can get the admit card online through the main website of NTA from 15Th
April 2020 onwards.
The applying date is applicable for the year 2020 only. It may change on the basis of the provider every year.
What they will ask in the NEET examination? The major subjects that the student should get ready for the NEET examination? Answers to these questions are put in this section. The NEET syllabus for 2020 shuts in topics from three main subjects, namely Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. It contains the advised syllabus of NCERT, CBSE, and COBSE that students have learned in classes 11 and 12. The subject-wise weightage of Biology is more as compared to Physics and Chemistry.
NEET Answer Key:
Once students have attempted the NEET exam, they get a chance to estimate in a rough manner the scores they are going to achieve with the help of main answer key released by NEET. Before announcing the final results, the NTA also displays the main answer keys for all the set of question papers, along with the answers recorded by the students by paying a processing fee of thousand rupees for each answer challenged by the examinee. The timetable for demanding the answer key begins after the display of the answer key. To know the correct time table stays connected to the main website of NTA.
Apart from managing to hold of the exam, the NTA takes care of the declaration of results after the examination is over. Normally the results are declared within one month of examination, which is in the month of June (As the exam is held in the month of May). For the Year 2020 NEET result was told publicly on 5th
June 2020. The students are able to check their results online through the main website of NTA. The NEET result provides the students with their respective scorecards which includes information like marks got by the student in each subject in each section and overall qualifying status, All India Rank (AIR), State Quota Rank, cutoff score and more.
The minimum marks to qualify in a NEET exam is NEET – cut off. The cut – off score changes depends on the total number of students appearing for the exam and the most amount of the marks the student has got. With the percentile score gaining paramount importance, the NTA has set at least percentile score as a qualifying standard for students. The table below draws special attention to the class-wise percentile score needed for NEET 2020.
NEET professional guidance
The persons who qualified for pursuing their higher education in NEET cut-off get a chance for the online counseling conducted by MCC (Medical Counselling Committee). It is a body that is not subject to others’ authority, which is a Directorate General of Health Services work under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The counseling is held to offer admission to students for medical or dental seats retained under 15% All India Quota and in central Institutions such as AFMC, ESIC, BHU, AMU, and the rest. The counseling is held in three major rounds, namely Round-1, Round-2 and Mop-up Round. The timeline for NEET 2020 counseling is not fixed, but it might be in the months of June and August. The students who are able to appear for online counselling by following the beneath given steps-
- Register at the MCC website by giving compulsory details.
- Pay Counselling fee by online banking, debit and credit card.
- Enter the details and lock the choices.
- Allotment of seats
NEET Counselling and Seat allotment
NEET Dress code
The students, who are preparing for the exam should also know about the dress code allotted by the NTA. Students are allowed to enter the examination if and only if they follow the dress code. The key reason behind keeping the Dress code is to avoid copying of content by the students through the given means. The table below shows the list of things that are allowed and the list of things that are not allowed in the examination.
The list of things that are allowed and which are not allowed in the NEET Examination Hall
NEET- About NTA
NTA(National Testing Agency) is an organization which has the freedom to govern itself, strengthen by self and first in importance set up a firm on a permanent basis by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for organizing and carrying out various entrance examinations that offer admission to higher educational institutions. The main objective for setting up the firm NTA is to ensure the quality of achieving high productivity, being clear and maintenance of international standards in the procedure intended to establish quality in exams to assess the ability to do something successfully by the students. Apart from conducting the NEET examination is responsible to hold engineering, Management, pharmacy and college/university exams.
|Online apply dates
||1st November 2019
|Last date to apply online
||30th December 2019
|Online fee pay timeline dates
||1st Nov to 30th Dec 2019
|Application forms correction dates
||14 January 2020 to 31 January 2020
|NEET admit card issued date
||15th April 2020
|NEET Exam date
||5th May 2020
||June 5th, 2020
The above-mentioned dates are applicable for NEET 2020. It may vary every year at the discretion of the conducting body.