Well! It’s not the time to panic
A complete guide regarding NEET 2016
Honorable Supreme court of India in its judgement has made NEET (national eligibility entrance test) compulsory for admission in all medical, dental colleges in India.
Although this move may seem sudden but it’s not a time to panic because pattern of exam will be same and it’s a common decision for everyone and no one had an idea of it.
What are the important changes –
NEET phase – I on 1st May (for those who filled the form for AIPMT)
NEET phase – II on 24th July (for those who applied only for state entrances not for Aipmt)
Details regarding NEET phase –II will be out after 1 week. (on or After 7th May)
All other exams for admission in private medical colleges and for state quota in Govt colleges are scrapped.
Syllabus – not officially announced but it should be same as Aipmt.
Exam pattern – not announced officially but again should be same as AIPMT [Total 180 Qs = 45(P)+45(C)+90(B); +4, -1 marking scheme]
Result date – 17th august
Counselling and admission – All procedures regarding counselling and admission should finish by 1st Sept.
What should Students Do?
- Students who are appearing in 1st may Exam shouldn’t distract. Just revise whatever you have learned and NCERT. Also focus on Diagrams of NCERT. Don’t think about this ruckus, just give your best.
- Student who didn’t Apply for AIPMT – you also shouldn’t worry and should start reading NCERT from today itself. Try to solve previous papers of AIPMT and AIIMS (2007-2015). You need not to worry about syllabus and all because your board syllabus is quite similar to CBSE syllabus and you won’t face much problem reading NCERT. Don’t go for many books.
Students should also read our previous articles on how to prepare for AIPMT (= NEET) in last month.
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