NEET i.e. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is one of the national levels of medical entrance examination in India conducted by National Testing Authority. Candidates passing the examination will get admission in Ayush, BDS and MBBS courses.
NEET 2020 Application Form
Candidates should check the details related to NEET 2020 Application Form, as mentioned here-
- Candidates have to fill the Application Form for NEET 2020 via online mode.
- Candidates have to fill a single application form, as filling of multiple application forms will result in cancellation of their application forms.
- NEET 2020 application form has released during the November 2019’s first week and last week of the month is the last date of your application form.
- Candidates should make sure providing their working email id and phone number when they go to register to obtain login credentials.
- You have to submit the recent signature and passport size photos in the required format to avoid any rejection of the respective images later.
Application Fee: Application fee amount, which you have to pay for NEET 2020 will vary according to different categories, like-
- General category candidates have to pay Rs 1400
- SC, ST, PWD and Transgender category of candidates require the payment of Rs 750
- Candidates also have to pay GST amount and other additional charges in case of requirement.
Payment Mode: Applicants are able to pay their application fees via both offline and online modes. In case of online mode, you may use any of the payment options, like net banking, debit card or credit card. On the other side, for offline mode, you have to make via E-Challan available at only SBI branches.
NEET 2020 Application Form Correction
- In case any correction required for NEET 2020 Application Form, candidates have to do so from the third week of January to up to last week of January 2020.
- You have to make any correction in your application form via online mode.
- Candidates will obtain notification about correction in your signature or photograph via email or SMS.
- Candidates may even be able to correct their forms in specific fields, like identification, date of birth, gender, category, state code, medium of the examination, center of the examination, exam percentage or qualification, disability status and name of your parents and so on.
NEET 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates have to check the mentioned NEET 2020 eligibility criteria before they should register for the examination. These include-
- Eligibility Criteria for 15percent of All India Quotas: Candidates from Jammu and Kashmir states may apply under 15percent of All India Quotas based on self-declaration.
- Appearing Candidates: Candidates waiting for their final examination results or appearing in NEET qualifying examination may also get the opportunity to appear for NEET UG examinations.
- Age Limit: Candidates should make sure completing at least 17years age before or on 31st December 2020, while there is no upper limit for age.
- Nationality: Citizens of Foreign Nationals, PIOs i.e. Persons with Indian Origin, Indian Nationals, OCIs i.e. Overseas Citizens of India and Non-Resident Indians are also eligible for applying for NEET UG 2020 examination.
- Education Qualification: Candidates should essentially complete their 12th level or any other equivalent examination to apply for NEET 2020 exam.
- Percentage and Marks: Candidates should secure at least 50% marks for General category students. On the other side, Physical Handicapped candidates should score 45% marks, while 40% minimum score is essential for SC/ST category of candidates in the Physics, Chemistry and Biotechnology or Biology Group.
- Compulsory Subjects: Students in their 12th level should possess English, Biotechnology or Biology, Physics and Chemistry as mandatory subjects.
NEET 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates should essentially check the NEET 2020 examination pattern, before they should start with their preparation, which include the following-
• Types of Questions: Question paper in offline mode will contain multiple choice questions or objective questions.
• Mode of Examination: Examination authority will conduct NEET 2020 Examination via pen-paper i.e. offline mode.
• Numbers of Questions and Total Marks: NEET 2020 Examination contains total 180 objective type questions, according to which you will get 4marks for each correct answer. Thus, the examination has total 720marks. However, as per negative marking scheme, you will lose 1 mark in case of a wrong answer.
• Exam Duration: NEET 2020 Examination consists of total 3hours.
•Language/Medium of the Examination: You will get NEET 2020 question paper in different languages, i.e. Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Telugu, Assamese, Urdu, Tamil and Kannada languages.
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NEET 2020 Syllabus
MCI i.e. Medical Council of India is responsible to provide the syllabus of NEET 2020 for undergraduate courses. Accordingly, NEET (UG) consists of topics from Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects, which candidates often learn during their Class 11th and Class 12th standards. Key topics from each of the aforementioned subjects include-
- Biology: Biology section includes a few basic topics, such as Plant Physiology, Human Physiology, Environment and Ecology, Cell Function and Structure, Reproduction, Human Welfare, Diversity in the Living World and many more.
- Chemistry: Common topics included in Chemistry subject are Electro Chemistry, Hydrogen, Equilibrium, Surface Chemistry, Phenols, Alcohols, p-Block Elements, p-Blocks and similar others.
- Physics: Topics in Physics include Electrostatic, Laws of Motion, Electronic Devices, Electromagnetic Waves, Kinetic Theory, Real Gas and Ideal Gas Equations, Bulk Matter Properties, Dual Nature of any Matter, Radiation Theory and many more.
NEET 2020 Preparation Tips
You have to follow the mentioned essential preparation tips to boost your examination preparation and in turn, qualify your examination.
- Candidates should practice sample papers and question papers from previous years, while simultaneously, should practice various online mock tests as much as possible.
- Candidates should essentially prepare a study timetable and follow it strictly.
- You have to analyze the topics, in which you are weak and continue with practicing them.
- Along with studies, it is essential for you to take proper care of your good health while you should involve in NEET 2020 examination.
NEET 2020 Admit Card
National Testing Agency will issue admit card for NEET 2020 by the third week in the month of April 2020 and you will get your admit card via online mode. However, the examination board will also provide a copy of your admit card in PDF format to your registered email id. Candidates have to fix the passport size photos on their admit cards. If you fail to bring your admit card in the examination hall or fail to fix your photo, you will not get permission to sit for the exam under any circumstance. Other than your admit card, you have to bring your ID card and passport size photo. Furthermore, if you belong to PWD category, you have to bring your respective PWD certificate.
NEET 2020 Answer Key
You will get NEET 2020 Answer Key online during the second week of May 2020. With the help of answer key, you can check your answers and predict your marks in your entrance test. Candidates require logging in with their user IDs and passwords to check the respective answer key. NTA also allows candidates to make any online challenge against the released answer key. However, for this, you have to pay a certain amount as fee for challenging the displayed NEET 2020 answer key.
NEET 2020 Cut-Off
Candidates have to score more than the cut-off marks of NEET 2020 for qualifying the examination. Cut-off marks will depend on different factors, such as numbers of candidates appeared in the examination, exam’s difficult level and performance of students.
NEET 2020 Result
Students appearing in NEET 2020 examinations may check their results via online mode. NTA will declare the result during the first week of June 2020. As a candidate of NEET 2020 candidate, you have to login your details by entering your DOB i.e. date of birth and roll number for checking the result. Candidates should make sure taking the print out or hard copy of the result for its further usage.
NEET 2020 Merit List
NTA will release NEET 2020 Merit List via online mode and the merit list contains eligible and successful candidates, who will get scope for 15percent of All India Quota seats based on their obtained marks in the respective examination. Admission of candidates to BDS or MBBS in the mentioned category will be according to the merit list displayed on All India Rank. Besides the highest marks, authority will prepare the candidates’ merit list in percentile. Even the exam has tie-breaking criteria for all candidates securing equal marks. Accordingly, NTA will give preference to-
- Candidates securing the highest marks in Chemistry.
- Candidates obtaining the highest marks in Botany or Zoology subject of Biology.
- Candidates attempting relatively less numbers of incorrect answers in each subject.
- In case the tie remains same after applying each of the aforementioned rules, NTA will give preference to older candidate.
NEET 2020 Counseling
NEET 2020 counseling will take place via online mode and it will start from second week of June 2020. Accordingly, each candidate has to participate in the counseling phase conducted with the help of MCC i.e. Medical Counseling Committee. In addition, state counseling authorities will conduct their state level counseling procedures separately. Students have to register for counseling followed by filling their preferences. Later on, authorities will allocate seats to candidates according to the availability of different seats and the reservation policy.