NEET 2020 Exam Dates, Form Correction, Registration, Exam Centers, Admit Card, Syllabus and Cut off

    Karishma Khatri Karishma Khatri
    Exams Prep Master

    NEET 2020 will now be conducted on July 26, 2020, as confirmed by NTA’s official notice dated May 22, 2020. As a result, the rest of NEET events shall also observe a delay. As per NTA’s notification, the release date for NEET Admit Card shall be displayed 15 days prior to the conduct of examination, on the official website.

    NEET 2020 Latest Updates

    • May 19, 2020: HRD Ministry launches Abhyaas App for NEET and JEE Main aspirants. Read More
    • May 15, 2020: NTA has allowed one last chance to make corrections in the NEET application details and change exam center choices. NEET Form Correction window shall remain active till May 31, 2020, Click here to Edit Application Details
    • May 5, 2020: Education Minister Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal spoke on NEET Exam date updates in a webinar and clarified doubts raised by candidates. Read MHRD Minister Webinar NEET Updates
    • April 3, 2020: NTA released a notice dismissing any claims of changes in NEET Syllabus

    Considering the social distancing regulations, NTA is planning to double the number of NEET 2020 Exam Centers to accommodate over 15 lakh test-takers. Aspirants from UAE have requested local NEET exam centers in view of the epidemic, Kerala CM, Pinarayi Vijayan, has supported the demand. As per SC, from now onwards, it is compulsory for medical students to clear NEET in case they are planning to pursue a course in medicine, irrespective of the college or university they are applying to. NBA has postponed NEET SS (Super Specialty courses), owing to the delay in the exit examinations of various institutes. 

    Tripura government has announced the Introduction of Super 30 Programme, the state government will sponsor each of the selected students to study at their preferred NEET coaching institute across the country. Assistance through various digital platforms has been offered for NEET aspirants, Gujarat Board has released Chapter-wise question banks along with subject experts organizing doubt clarification zoom sessions. From 2020, NEET is the common exam for all medical aspirants, this will also apply to AIIMS and JIPMER. Check NEET Cut off for Top Medical Colleges


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    NEET 2020 Exam Date

    NEET Exam Highlights

    Name of the examNational Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET
    Conducting bodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
    Mode of examOffline (Pen and Paper)
    Number of questions180
    Number of Sections3; Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotech
    Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice (MCQs)
    Marking Scheme

    +4: Correct

    -1: Incorrect

    Score range

    -180 to 720

    Total time

    180 minutes

    Official website

    ntaneet.nic.in

    Download NEET 2020 Official Brochure

    NEET 2020 Exam Dates (Announced)

    NTA has released NEET 2020 Schedule on its website. Here are all the important dates

    EventsDates
    NEET 2020 Application Form Release DateDecember 2, 2019
    Starting Date for NEET 2020 Application SubmissionFebruary 3, 2020 
    Last Date for NEET 2020 Application SubmissionFebruary 9, 2020
    NEET Form Correction WindowTill May 31, 2020
    NEET Admit Card 2020 will be issued on2nd week of July 2020
    NEET 2020 Exam DateJuly 26, 2020
    NEET 2020 Result AnnouncementAugust 2020

    National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is a paper-based test including 180 questions to be solved in a total time span of 3 hours. 

    NEET Exam highlights

    From 2020, NEET will be the common exam for all medical aspirants which will also include AIIMS and JIPMER. NTA has also taken measures to increase transparency and curb malpractices in NEET application process. All candidates will now have to upload scanned images of their postcard size photograph, left-hand thumb impression, Class 10 pass certificate in addition to their passport size pictures and signature. Furthermore, applicants will also be asked to provide their Class 12 board roll numbers while filling the application form for NEET 2020. Read Changes Introduced by NTA in NEET 2020


    NEET 2020 Admit Card

    NEET 2020 Admit Card

    Although the hall ticket for NEET 2020 was expected to release online on March 27, 2020, it was then delayed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Through an official notification, NTA has notified that the date for downloading NEET Admit Card shall be released 15 days prior to the exam date. 

    No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam center without NEET 2020 Admit Card as the invigilator will use the hall ticket to cross-check the identity of the candidate. Successfully registered applicants will be able to download their NEET Admit Card by logging in to their accounts.   

    Candidates must keep in mind that NEET Admit cards will not be sent to them via post, and will only be available in online mode. NEET 2020 admit card will contain details like candidate’s name, exam date, time, exam center details, candidate’s DOB etc. In case of any discrepancy in the particulars of the candidate as visible in the admit card, candidates must approach the helpline between 10.00 am to 5.00 pm between March 27, 2020 to April 10, 2020. NTA will take measures to rectify the records later, meanwhile, the candidate can appear in the exam with the already downloaded admit card. 

    NEET Exam Center – Essential Documents to Carry

    The candidate has to carry the following documents to NEET Exam center:

    • Admit Card along with passport size photograph affixed on it.
    • One passport size photograph to be affixed on Attendance Sheet.
    • Valid Original Identity proof, PwD certificate, if applicable.

    • One Post Card Size (4”X6”) color photograph with white background should be pasted on the Proforma downloaded with the Admit Card and should be handed over to Invigilator at Centre.

    NEET 2020 Helpline Number – 0120-6895200

    Email – neetug – nta@nic.in


    NEET Form Correction Reopened

    NEET Application Form Correction

    Candidates can make changes in their NEET 2020 Application forms using NEET Application Form Correction Window which is reopened till May 31, 2020. Candidates can edit their application form details and modify their exam center preferences. Application forms can accessed by logging in to their accounts at the official website of NTA. Only successfully registered candidates can avail this facility. 

    NEET Form Correction (Extended)

    Why NEET 2020?

    Doctors in India are looked upon as a benchmark in knowledge and social status since they spare many lives in their whole vocation, and NEET is the stepping ladder for every student who aspires to be a doctor. Millions of parents in our country wish for their children to be doctors. While the goal may be common, the reasons to be a doctor are different for each. 

    As per the official notification released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in 2019, AIIMS, JIPMER, PGI & INIs (Institutes of National Importance) were directed to not conduct any undergraduate entrance exams from 2020 onwards. All such admissions in medical courses must be fulfilled via NEET only.

    History of NEET

    • NEET was originally intended to take place from 2012. However, due to several reasons, the CBSE and Medical Council of India suspended NEET by a year.

    • Supreme Court of India eliminated using National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) for admissions into medical and dental colleges on 18 July 2013 by stating that the Medical Council of India cannot conduct a centralized examination for admission into such programs.

    • Government of India announced that NEET Exam will be the common entrance test for students seeking admission into both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medicine courses across the nation and the test was held for the first time on 5 May 2013. 
    • Candidates were provided with the option to write NEET exam in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese and Gujarati languages from 2017 onwards. Kannada and Odia were later on added to the list,  allowing students to write the exam in nine Indian languages and English.
    • The All India Pre Medical Test, also known as AIPMT (held on 1 May 2016), was earlier considered as the first phase of the NEET. Students who registered for Phase One were given a chance to appear for the next phase of NEET (which was held on 24 July 2016) only if they gave up their NEET Phase 1 score.

    NEET 2020 Exam Pattern

    NEET 2020 Exam Pattern

    Those who plan to ace the exam should be aware of the accurate exam pattern. Students can refer to the overview of NEET 2020 Exam Pattern mentioned below – 

    • Exam mode and duration: The exam is conducted in offline mode for a duration of 3 hours. 
    • Candidates are given a question paper, and they have to mark their responses in the provided OMR sheet.
    • NTA determines the NEET Exam Pattern with the aim of shortlisting the most deserving candidates for medical courses. NEET 2020 will be held in pen and paper mode. Exam Pattern details for the exam are tabulated below:
    SpecificationsPattern and syllabus
    SubjectsPhysics, Chemistry, Biology (Zoology and Botany)
    Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions
    Number of Questions

    Physics – 45

    Chemistry – 45

    Biology – 90 (Zoology – 45 and Botany- 45)

    Total -180

    Total Marks720 marks
    Duration3 hours

    Must Read on NEET Exam Pattern:

    NEET 2020 Marking Scheme

    • Every question in the paper carries 4 marks.
    • Candidates will be rewarded 4 marks for every correct response.
    • 1 mark will be deducted from the total score for every incorrect response.
    • There is no negative marking for unattempted questions.
    Topper Tips by Bhavik Bansal

    NEET 2020 Medium of Exam

    NEET 2020 aspirants have the option of choosing from 2 official languages and 9 regional languages. The details regarding available medium for NEET 2020 is tabulated below:

    Medium AvailableLocation

    English, Hindi and Urdu

    All States and Cities

    Telugu

    Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

    Bengali

    West Bengal and Tripura

    Kannada

    Karnataka

    Gujarati

    Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli

    Tamil

    Tamil Nadu

    Marathi

    Maharashtra

    Assamese

    Assam

    Oriya

    Odisha

    NEET Exam is conducted in 11 languages including English and Hindi. However, the request to add Urdu as a mode of language in NEET was rejected by the exam conducting body in 2018. 


    NEET Section-wise Syllabus

    NEET 2020 Syllabus

    NEET syllabus is divided in 3 sections – Chemistry, Physics and Biology (Zoology and Botany) and the questions asked in the exam are from Class 11 and 12. Assuming that NEET Syllabus shall continue on the same lines as last year, here are the details of NEET syllabus 2020:

    SpecificationsSyllabus
    Syllabus for class 11Physics – Physical World and Measurement, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory, Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body, Gravitation, Properties of Bulk Matter, Oscillations and Waves
    Chemistry –Structure of Atom, Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, States of Matter, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, Hydrocarbons, Thermodynamics, Hydrogen, s-block elements, p-block elements, Organic Chemistry, Equilibrium, Redox Reactions, Environmental Chemistry
    Biology – Diversity in Living World, Human Physiology, Plant Physiology, Cell Structure and Function, Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
    Syllabus for class 12Physics – Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Electronic Devices, Atoms and Nuclei, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, Optics, Electromagnetic Waves, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnesium
    Chemistry –Solutions, Electrochemistry, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, General Principles, Processes of Isolation of Elements, p, d, f – block elements, coordination compounds, Surface Chemistry, Alcohols, Solid State, Phenols, and Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones, Chemical Kinetics, and Carboxylic Acids, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen, Biomolecules, Polymers, Chemistry in Everyday Life
    Biology – Reproduction, Ecology and Environment, Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology and Its Application, Biology and Human Welfare

    Important Topics in Physics for NEET 2020

    Theory-based problems include questions from Modern Physics, Magnetism, Heat and Thermo Dynamics, Oscillations, etc. Magnetic Effects of current covers more marks than any other unit in NEET Physics section as per previous years’ paper analysis. Candidates must make sure that they cover these topics thoroughly to score decent marks in the Physics section: 

    • Electrodynamics 
    • Wave Optics 
    • Semiconductors 
    • Modern Physics 
    • Rigid Body Dynamics 
    • KTG & Thermodynamics 

    Read NEET Physics Syllabus

    Important Topics in Chemistry for NEET 2020 

    Some of the most important questions in Chemistry are derived from the following topics: 

    • Atomic Structure
    • Chemical Bonding 
    • Chemical Equilibrium and Acids 
    • P Block Elements 
    • Apart from this, you must solve the numerical problems regularly in order to perfect problem-solving abilities 

    Read NEET Chemistry Syllabus

    Important Topics in Biology for NEET 2020 

    Biology is mainly segregated into Botany and Zoology and there has been a steady rise in the level of difficulty in the last couple of years. Some of the important topics are as follows: 

    • Planning diversity and classification in Botany
    • Reproductive Health, biodiversity, polygenic inheritance, mendelian disorders etc. 

    Read NEET Biology Syllabus


    NEET Previous Year Paper Analysis

    NEET 2019 was conducted on May 5, 2019. The paper was for 720 marks distributed among 180 questions to be completed in a duration of 3 hours. NCERT based questions were very high in number and as per the exam takers, the question paper can be categorized as easy to moderate in terms of the level of difficulty. Experts found 8 questions unclear in the question paper. In terms of Paper Analysis, out of all the sections, Physics was said to be the toughest of all sections, Chemistry was found to be the easiest, while Biology could be categorized as easy to moderate in its difficulty level. A review of the paper is as follows:

    • Some questions in the physics section were application based and some involved tricky calculations.
    • The numerical questions in the physics section were found to be tough by most of the candidates.
    • Chemistry section was mostly on the easier side except for a few difficult questions.
    • As per the candidates, most of the questions in the chemistry paper were factual and involved direct easy calculations, considering the concepts are clear.
    • The biology section had some direct questions from NCERT. It was also on the easier side.

    NEET 2019 – Distribution of Questions in Terms of Difficulty Level

    EasyMedium Difficult
    SubjectNumber of QuestionsTotal MarksNumber of QuestionsTotal MarksNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
    Biology652601872728
    Physics20801664936
    Chemistry28112166414
    Total113452502001768

    Class XI and XII – Distribution of Questions in NEET Question Paper

    Students are often confused about the weightage of class 11th and 12th syllabus, here is a subject-wise distribution of NEET 2019 question paper for the guidance of aspirants:

    Class XIClass XIITotal
    SubjectNumber of QuestionsTotal MarksNumber of QuestionsTotal MarksNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
    Biology461844417690360
    Physics2288239245180
    Chemistry2392228845180
    Total9136489356180720

    Overall, NEET 2019 was seen as easier when compared to NEET 2018 question paper. Read More

    Loopholes in NEET Question Paper

    After the exam concluded on May 5, 2019. Dr Arvind Goyal (NEET Expert) pointed out eight ambiguous questions from all the 3 sections – physics, chemistry and biology.

    • Some questions had more than one correct answer, whereas some lacked a correct answer altogether.
    • Experts said there were three such questions in Chemistry, three in Biology and two in Physics.
    Topper Tips by Lalit Aggarwal

    NEET Sample Papers and Mock Test

    NEET Sample Papers 2020

    Sample papers are a must during the preparation of any exam, the advantages of having a good practice on sample papers are as follows:

    • Candidates get a practical experience of the exam, they become well aware about the time restrictions and kinds of questions asked.
    • Candidates are bound to commit mistakes as they generally focus on studying from multiple sources. Checking your performance constantly should not take a back seat.
    • The two pillars of an exam like NEET are speed and accuracy. Sample papers can be immensely helpful in enhancing one’s capability in the same.
    • Scores in sample papers will help the candidate to figure out which strategies are working and otherwise. This way candidates can be confident about their strategies in the exam. 

    Check NEET 2020 Sample Papers


    NEET Mock Test 2020

    NEET Official mock test can be accessed from the official website of NEET i.e. nta.ac.in. Mock tests are available in online mode, candidates can also download them. Solving NEET sample papers or taking the mock test will help the candidates to improve their time management skills. They will be able to get a clear picture of the type of questions that can be asked in the examination. Candidates can visit the official website and click on the mock test link and go about the test. Read More on NEET Mock Test

    BIE Telangana has launched free online mock test for candidates appearing for NEET 2020. It’s a unique platform where Telangana Education Department  will be holding daily, weekly and grand mock tests series. For candidates who have android based smartphones, BIE has also launched a smartphone application that can help them take the mock tests conveniently using their phones.Register Here

    How to Prepare for NEET 2020?

    For some clearing NEET exam might seem like a piece of cake but a major number of applicants seem to struggle with the process. Students appearing in the nation’s most significant medical examination are advised to solve mock tests and have a clear idea about the exam pattern and NEET syllabus. A list of preparation tips to crack NEET 2020 is mentioned below – 

    • Students should be dedicated towards their studies from day one keeping in mind the goal of clearing NEET 2020.
    • Don’t underestimate your doubts, clear them with a due course, prepare notes in the classes, do not procrastinate your studies and be confident.
    • Maintain a time table and strictly follow it along with sparing some time for daily revision.
    • Candidates must go through NCERT books of Physics, Chemistry and Biology of class 11th and 12th as NTA follows the same syllabus which was stipulated by CBSE.
    • They have to update themselves with the latest exam syllabus and pattern before starting with the preparations.
    • Candidates have to manage their time cautiously and take care of their health as well.
    • They have to avoid attaining backlogs, studying for long hours, and also avoid using multiple preparation and books for preparing for NEET 2020. 
    • One must solve as many Mock Tests, Sample Papers, Practice Papers and previous year question papers as possible, note your mistakes and work on them. 

    Free Online Video Lectures for NEET

    NEET video lectures are available on the official website of NTA to help NEET aspirants to score well in the exam. The exam conducting authority has launched the content-based video series for NEET Preparation. The steps to access the video lectures are as follows:

    • Visit the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in.
    • Click on the “CONTENT BASED LECTURES - FOR JEE MAIN AND NEET-UG BY IIT PROFESSORS / SUBJECT EXPERTS” tab. 
    • You will be redirected to the page containing the name of different subjects. 
    • Choose the video lecture by clicking on the subject. 

    Direct Link to NEET Video Lectures

    Super 30 Programme by Tripura State Government

    Tripura state government has announced the introduction of super 30 programme to aid the Engineering and Medical aspirants in preparing for JEE Main and NEET this year.

    • The scheme will fund up to 30 students based on their marks in the Science subjects in the Madhyamik examinations conducted by Tripura Board.
    • Selected students can study at their preferred coaching institute across the nation, which will be sponsored by the state. 
    • A financial involvement of INR 72 lakhs a year at INR 2.40 lakhs for every candidate is estimated. The scheme is estimated to incur INR 1.44 Crore in the following year. 
    • The state education minister Ratan Lal Math while through a statement informed that the beneficiaries of the scheme will be selected with the SC and ST reservations included. Read Scheme Details Here

    Best Books for NEET 2020 

    Candidates must be thorough with their class 11th and 12th NCERT books and must go through the same at least twice before referring to any other book as they are considered to be the best source for NEET preparation. Since syllabus for NEET is determined by CBSE, therefore NCERT gives you an extra edge. For further practice and to be familiar with twisted questions, students can follow the books mentioned below.

    Physics BooksPublications
    The Concept of PhysicsH. C. Verma
    Objective PhysicsD. C. Pandey
    Fundamental PhysicsPradeep Publications
    Physics for Medical Entrance Examinations D.C. Pandey 
    Objective NCERT at your fingertips for NEET AIIMS – Physics MTG Editorial Board 
    Complete NEET Guide MTG Editorial Board 
    NEET 2019 Physics Guide – 5th Edition Disha Publications 
    Chemistry BooksAuthor
    ChemistryR K Gupta
    Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry O P Tandon
    Organic ChemistryMorrison and Boyd
    Bull’s Eye Chemistry NEET Edition 2019 Seema Saini and K.S. Saini 
    40 Days Chemistry for NEET Sudhanshu Thakur 
    Biology BooksAuthor
    Biology Volume 1 and 2Trueman
    BiologyPradeep Publications
    Objective BiologyDinesh
    Complete NEET Guide: Biology MTG Editorial Board 
    NEET 2019 Biology Guide – 5th EditionDisha Publications 

    NEET 2020 Changes by NTA

    Some key changes have been observed in NEET 2020. A few of these changes have been introduced to curb issues like impersonation and other malpractices to the candidate verification process. Here’s a brief of the changes introduced by NTA:

    • NEET UG Replaces AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER: With AIIMS and JIPMER admissions also brought under NEET, NEET 2020 is the only medical entrance examination for all candidates who wish to apply for MBBS or BDS Courses in the country. 
    • Application Fee Increased: Application Fee for NEET 2020 has been increased. The fees for this year for various categories are tabulated below:
    CategoryApplication Fee 
    GeneralINR 1500
    GEN-EWS/OBC-NCLINR 1400
    SC/ST/PwD and TransgenderINR 800

    Whereas, last year the application fee was INR 1400 for General category and INR 750 for SC/ST/OBC and Transgender candidates. 

    • Uploading of Scanned Images: Till last year candidates had to upload a scanned image of their photograph and signature only. From this year onwards, candidates have to upload their postcard size photograph, left-hand thumb impression and class X passing certificate as well.
    • Exam Centers: This year, the exam will be conducted in 155 cities including Ladakh, the latest entry in the list of NEET exam centers. 
    • Self-declaration Mandatory for Ladakh and Kashmir candidates: Aspirants from Kashmir and Ladakh need to fill in the form of self-declaration for seat allotment under AIQ.

    Thus, we can see how NTA has introduced several changes in NEET in the past years and how NEET exam has modified through those years. 


    Predict Yout NEET 2020 Rank

    NEET 2020 Rank Predictor 

    Collegedunia has come up with its exclusive NEET 2020 Rank Predictor in order to assist the candidates in estimating their rank range on the basis of their expected NEET score. Collegedunia Rank Predictor uses the opening and closing ranks of previous year counseling data and lists the colleges suitable for you. You can also use filters for more specific results. Check NEET Rank Predictor

    For example, Sonal a candidate of General category is expecting a score of 540 in NEET 2020. Her expected rank range as per her score is 250001-370000.

    NEET Rank Predictor

    NEET 2020 Eligibility

    Eligibility Criteria for NEET 2020

    As per NTA, candidates willing to appear in NEET 2020 should qualify the eligibility criteria mentioned below. 

    • Age Limit – Candidates must attain 17 years of age by December 31, 2020 to sit for NEET 2020. There is no upper age limit for NEET 2020 as per an interim order of the Supreme Court. However, the candidature of aspirants more than 25 years of age is subject to the Supreme Courts' orders.
    • Educational Qualification – Candidates who have completed or appearing in class 12th with minimum 5 subjects including English, Chemistry, Physics as compulsory subjects can apply. Candidates of distance learning or private students and those who have biology as an additional subject are also eligible for the exam. 
    • Minimum Percentage Required – General candidates should score a minimum 50%, general PwD – 45%, OBC/SC/ST – 45% and OBC/SC/ST PWD – 40%.
    • Number of Attempts – There is no limit on the number of attempts for NEET 2020. Candidates can appear for the exam as many times as they want.
    Topper Tips by Nalin Khandelwal
    Students can, however, check the complete eligibility criteria for applying to NEET Exam only at Collegdunia.com.

    NEET 2020 Application Form

    NEET 2020 Application Process is over, however it is likely to be reopened considering the reopening of JEE Main registrations. Documents and other details required to fill the application form are:

    • Applicant’s name, father’s name, mother’s name, address, date of birth, mobile number, email id
    • Scanned copies of Class X passing certificate, left-hand thumb impression, passport size photograph, postcard size photograph and signature in the given size and format. Check NEET 2020 Photo Size, Dimension, Format and Other Details
    • Aadhaar Number (last 4 digits), Class XII Roll Number, Election Card (EPIC No.), Ration Card No., Bank Account Passbook with Photograph, Passport Number or Number of any other Photo Identity Card issued by Government.
    NEET Registration Trends

    As we can see from the infographic (mentioned above) the number of applicants for NEET exam has been increasing each year. But, since the number of seats available is limited, only top scorers will be given the opportunity to pursue their lifelong dream of becoming a doctor in India’s most reputed medical institutes. 

    Steps to Apply for NEET 2020

    The application process for NEET can be broken down into further steps mentioned below – 

    • Register for NEET 2020, and note down your login credentials for future references.
    • Fill the details asked in the application form.
    • Upload scanned images of your photograph and signature.
    • Pay the registration fees for NEET 2020.
    • Download and print the final registration page. 
    • Crosscheck your NEET 2020 Application confirmation page for important details and save the confirmation page for future reference. 

    NEET 2020 Application fee

    NEET 2020 Application fee can be paid through the online mode only by using UPI App/ Debit card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking/ E-wallet. Service/processing charges per transaction & GST (applicable @18%) have to be paid by the candidate. NEET 2020 Application Fee for various categories is tabulated below:

    CategoryFee (in INR)
    GeneralINR 1500
    General-EWS/ OBCINR 1400
    SC/ ST/ PHINR 800

    What to do if the fee payment status is not ‘OK’?

    If the fee is paid online and the status is not ‘OK’, it indicates that the transaction is canceled. In such cases, the candidates have to pay the fees again and ensure the ‘OK’ status. Any additional deducted amount will be automatically refunded to the source account after the last date of online submission of the Application form. 

    In addition to the scanned images of their passport size photograph and signature, candidates also have to upload their left-hand thumb impression, postcard size photograph and class X passing certificate. The details of the scanned images to be uploaded are as follows:

    DocumentSizeFormatRemarks
    Passport Size Photograph10 – 200kbJPGPhoto must have candidate’s name & date when the photo was taken
    Signature4 – 30 kbJPGThe sign must be done with a blue or black pen on white background
    Post Card Size Photograph50 – 300kbJPGThe dimensions for the same should be 4” X 6”
    Left-hand thumb impression10 – 50kbJPG

    In case of any eventuality of left-hand thumb impression being unavailable, right-hand thumb impression can be used.

    Class X Passing Certificate100 – 400kbJPGCandidate must upload a scanned copy of X Passing Certificate. 

    NEET 2020 Reservation Criteria

    The 10% Economically Weaker Section reservation will be applicable in NEET 2020. To avail this, applicants have to mark themselves as EWS while filling the category column in NEET Application Form. The revised reservation criteria are mentioned below:

    NEET Reservation
    CategoriesReservation
    General Economically Weaker Section (GEN – EWS)10%
    Scheduled Caste (SC)15%
    Scheduled Tribe (ST)7.5%
    Other Backward Caste (OBC-NCL)27%
    Persons with Disabilities (PwD)5%

    Note: The PwD candidates who want to avail 5% reservation have to get their certificate of disability made in one of the 12 designated centres.


    NEET 2020 Language-wise Prospectus

    In addition to English NEET 2020 Information Bulletin, NTA has made the information brochure available in 6 more languages:

    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Assamese)Download
    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Kannada)Download
    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Marathi)Download
    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Odia)Download
    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Tamil)Download
    NEET 2020 Information Brochure (Urdu)Download

    NEET 2020 Exam Centers

    • NTA is planning to double the number of NEET exam centers to ensure the implementation of social distancing regulations. 
    • NEET aspirants need to list 3 locations as their most suitable exam centers during the time of registration.
    • Candidates shall be allotted one of their choices as their exam center, although it is upto the NTA’s discretion what exam center gets allotted.
    • Details like exam center, essential guidelines, exam day and time will be mentioned in NEET Admit card.
    • Candidates are requested to visit the allocated exam center once prior to the actual exam day in order to avoid any last minute rush and confusion.
    • Candidates can pick their NEET 2020 Exam centers from the following options:
    Port Blair Guntur Kurnool Nellore 
    Tirupati Vijaywada Visakhapatnam Itanagar / Naharlagun 
    Dibrugarh Guwahati Silchar Tezpur 
    Gaya Patna Chandigarh / Mohali / Panchkula  Bilaspur 
    Raipur Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman Delhi / New Delhi 
    Panaji/ Madgaon / Margaon Ahmedabad Anand Bhavnagar 
    Gandhinagar Godhara Patan Rajkot 
    Surat Vadodara Valsad Faridabad 
    Gurgugram Harmirpur Shimla Jammu 
    Srinagar Bokaro Jamshedpur Ranchi 
    Belgaum/Belgavi Bengaluru Davanagere Dharwad 
    Gulbarga / Kalaburg Hubli Mangaluru  Mysuru 
    Alaphppuzha Angamaly Ernakulam Kannur 
    KasaragodKollam Kotayam Kozhikode/Calicut 
    Malappuram Palakkad Thrissur Leh 
    Kavaratti Bhopal Gwalior Indore 
    Jabalpur Ujjain Ahmednagar  Akola 
    Amravati Beed Buldhana Kohlapur 
    Latur Mumbai Nagpur Nanded 
    Nashik Navi Mumbai Satara Solapur 
    Thane Imphal Shillong Thane 
    Imphal Shillong Aizwal Kohima 
    Angul Balasore / Baleswar Berhampur Bhubhaneshwar 
    Cuttak Rourkela Sambalpur Puducherry 
    Amritsar Bathinda Jalandhar Ludhiana 
    Patiala Ajmer Jaipur Jodhpur 
    Kota Udaipur Gangtok Chennai 
    Coimbatore Cuddalroe Kanchipuram Karur 
    Madurai Nagercoil Namakkal Salem 
    Thanjavur Thiruvallur TiruchirapalliTirunelveli 
    Vellore Hyderabad Karimnagar Khammam
    Rangareddy Warangal Agartala Agra 
    Allahbad/ PrayagrajBareilly Ghaziabad Ghorakhpur 
    Jhansi Kanpur Lucknow Meerut 
    Noida / Greater Noida Varanasi Dehradun Haldwani 
    Roorkie 24 Pargana (North) Asansol Bardhaman / Burdwar 
    Durgapur HooghlyHowrah Kharagpur 
    Kolkata Siliguri 

    NEET 2020 Result

    With the postponement of NEET 2020 till July 26, the result can be expected in the month of August. Medical aspirants who attended the exam can check their results on the official website of NTA.

    • Before result declaration, answer keys will be released by NTA.
    • Candidates will be able to send challenges against the answer keys on a fee of INR 1000 per answer which may be refunded if NTA accepts the representation.
    • NEET 2020 Result will be announced after careful evaluation of the answer sheet of students.
    • The result will be applicable for admissions in all the medical colleges in India including AIIMS and JIPMER.
    • Candidates should save a copy of their results for future references.

    Also Read NEET Topper Tips and Tricks

    NEET 2020 Merit List

    The National Testing Authority (NTA) will release the NEET Merit list and provide it to the counselling body i.e. DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The merit list will be derived on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates on May 3, 2020. Three types of merit lists will be prepared by the authorities: 

    NEET Merit List Rank Provided 
    All India Merit List All India Rank (AIR)
    AIQ Merit List All India Quota (AIQ) Rank 
    States’ Merit Lists State Rank 
    • NTA will release two main types of ranks i.e. All India Rank (AIR) and All India Quota (AIQ) rank and subsequently prepare 2 lists. 
    • The ALL India Merit list will include names and rank numbers of all NEET 2020 test takers, irrespective of their category and their decision towards the AIQ reservation. 
    • The AIQ Merit list will include the names of candidates who selected the AIQ 15% reservation. This list will not include candidates from the state of Jammu and Kashmir as they are not active participants of the centralized counselling process. If any candidates wish to claim eligibility, they must submit an online self-declaration which will be printed along with the confirmation page and must be submitted during counselling. 
    • Once the All India Rank and AIQ Merit List have been prepared, the NTA will provide all the required information to DGHS who will then forward it to the mandated state medical councils. 
    • Afterwards, the state medical councils will prepare their own merit lists for counselling on the basis of a multitude of factors such as the applicant’s eligibility on the basis of their domicile requirement. 
    • A state merit list will be released by the state medical councils and it will depict the state rank of candidates on a comparative scale with applicants from the same state. 

    Merit List for 15% of ALL India Quota Seats 

    NTA will prepare the merit list for 15% of the All India Quota (AIQ) admissions by numbering the candidates who qualify NEET 2020 by scoring equal to or more marks equivalent to the cutoff. 

    • The merit list will have equal number of names as seats under All India Quota. 
    • For such candidates, counselling will be done on the basis of their All India Quota Rank and not their state rank. 
    • There will also be a waiting list equal to 4 times the merit list or so if required by the DGHS (Director General of Health Services)
    • Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will now participate in 15% All India Quota Counselling and do not require a self declaration form anymore. 
    • Candidates from Jammu and Kashmir still need to produce the self declaration from for participating in All India Quota Counselling. 

    Merit List for seats other than All India Quota

    For the remaining 85% of the seats, NTA will forward the results to DGHS, to be forwarded to the state medical councils and mandated authorities. 

    • Admitting authorities will invite candidates for counselling and a separate merity list will be released on the basis of All India rank. 
    • State counselling will be conducted by the respective counselling authorities. Candidates must check their websites to stay updated. 
    • Deemed private universities will conduct their own counselling procedure
    • Candidates who wish to take admission in AFMC must apply separately on their website since they will hold a second screening process.

    NEET 2020 Tie Breaking Criteria

    If two or more candidates score equal marks, than the following process of comparison shall be followed to resolve the situation:

    • Candidate with higher marks in Zoology and Botany will be prioritized.
    • Candidate with a better score in Chemistry shall be preferred.
    • Candidate with lesser incorrect answers shall be prioritized.
    • As the last resort to, if the tie persists, candidate older in age will be preferred.

    Cut off for Top Medical Colleges

    NEET 2020 Cutoff

    NEET Cut Off 2020 will release along with the exam results announcements. The cut off varies for each category, candidates must secure the minimum cut off percentile and scores to qualify the exam. NEET Cut Off is based on various factors such as the number of appeared candidates, category of the candidate, difficulty level of the exam. Candidates who wish to pursue MBBS/BDS abroad also need to pass the exam by securing NEET 2020 Cutoff percentile and scores in order to be eligible for admissions. 

    Must Read

    NEET 2020 Cut Off can be expected on lines of previous year NEET Cut Off. NEET 2019 category-wise Cut off is tabulated below:

    CategoryCut Off PercentileCut Off ScoreNumber of Candidates
    Unreserved50th 701 – 134704335
    OBC/ SC/ ST40th 133 – 10790243
    Unreserved – PH45th 133 – 120266

    OBC/ SC/ ST – PH

    40th 

    119 – 107

    388

    NEET Cut off for Top Medical Institutes

    Students appearing in NEET 2020 can check the NEET 2019 cut off of some well-known medical institutes in India from the table given below. Read More

    Name of the CollegeNumber of SeatsClosing Rank
    Maulana Azad Medical College25032
    VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital150157
    University College of Medical Science150171
    Govt. Medical College250360
    Seth G.S Medical College180638
    Lady Hardinge Medical College150489
    CSM Medical University2503692
    S. M. S Medical College250356
    Grant Medical College & Sir J. J. Hospital200382
    Pt. B. D. Sharma PGIMS200600
    King George Medical CollegeNA506
    Sardar Patel Medical College2501083
    Madras Medical College250501
    Dr S.N Medical College2501128
    T. D. Medical College150747
    M. G. M. Medical College1001375
    Rural Institute of Med Science & Research1501953

    NEET 2020 Counselling

    • Directorate General of the Health Services of the Medical Counselling Committee conducts NEET Counselling. 
    • 15% of All India quota counseling seats are reserved for central institutions such as BHU, AMU, AFMC, ESI, Delhi University (DU), and Deemed Universities.
    • Based on the merit list, remaining other counseling and admission seats are available in State Medical Institutions or Colleges or Universities which follows instructions provided by the State Government and authorities of Dental or Medical counseling process.
    • Candidates have the option of resigning or surrendering the seat allotted in the counseling process. Further participation in NEET Counselling shall not be possible for such candidates.

    NEET vs AIIMS MBBS

    Each year the NEET exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency whereas, AIIMS MBBS was being conducted by the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences, an autonomous body with its base in New Delhi. But just like all the other state medical entrance examinations, AIIMS MBBS was also quashed among other eligibility tests for admission into medical colleges across the country  

    Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan’s verdict on October 4, 2019 clearly stated that admission to all the MBBS courses including JIPMER and AIIMS must be done through a common entrance test known as NEET. AIIMS exam tests a candidate’s knowledge qualitatively but on the other hand, NEET tests quantitative knowledge of a candidate.  Major differences in the exam such as number of questions, mode of exam, etc. are mentioned below in a tabulated format - 

    NEETAIIMS MBBS
    Mode of paperOfflineOnline
    Conducting bodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi
    Application fee (in INR)General: 1500, General(EWS)/OBC(NCL): 1400, SC/ST/PwD/Transgender: 800General/OBC: 1000* SC/ST: 800*
    Number of sections3: Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology5: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Knowledge and Aptitude and Logical Thinking
    Number of questions180200
    Time allotted180 minutes210 minutes
    Marking scheme4 marks for a correct answer -1 for an incorrect answer1 mark for a correct answer -⅓ mark for an incorrect answer
    Number of sessionsonetwo
    Maximum marks720200

    *transaction charges included separately.

    While the questions in NEET are predictable and mostly repeated, students applying for AIIMS did not even get to know any previous year questions. This made selection into AIIMS a difficult task, but not an impossible one. It is always a good idea to check the latest sample papers for NEET exam available at Collegedunia.com. Solving sample papers prior to the exam can turn out to be an asset for the students and might give them an upper hand in the exam. 


    NEET 2020 Exam Day Schedule

    Tabulated below is the schedule for the exam day:

    ActivityTime
    Last Entry to the exam hall1.30 PM
    Sitting on the seat 1.15 PM onwards
    Announcement of instructions and checking of NEET Admit Card1.30 to 1.45 PM
    Distribution of Test Booklet1:45 PM
    Writing of particulars on the test booklet  by the candidate1.50 PM
    Commencement 2.00 PM
    Test Concludes5.00 PM

    NEET 2020 Exam Day Guidelines

    • Candidates will not be allowed after 1.30 PM into the examination hall. 
    • All the candidates must carry the essential documents to the NEET Exam hall.
    • Candidates must cooperate with the frisking at the exam center.
    • Candidates should not take any barred items to the exam center and must follow all the disciplinary guidelines.
    • The candidate will follow the dress code for appearing in NEET (UG) - 2020 Examination. If candidates are wearing the customary dress, they need to report at the allotted Examination center latest by 12:30 pm on the day of examination. 
    • Candidates following any unfair means or breaching the code of conduct for NEET 2020 will not be allowed to take the examination and can also be debarred from the examination if required.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    NEET 2020 FAQs

    Ques. Can Foreign Nationals apply for NEET? What is the eligibility requirement?

    Ans. Yes, Foreign National can apply for NEET 2020. Students applying as Foreign Nationals must have passed Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English in Class XII with 50% marks, as per regulations of the Medical Council of India and the concerned University. You will be needing your passport number as ID proof to complete the registration process and take the exam. 

    Ques. When is NEET 2020 exactly scheduled for?

    Ans. As per Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank’s statement in a webinar on May 5, 2020, NEET 2020 is scheduled for July 26, 2020.  NEET Admit Card release date will be informed 15 days prior to the conduct of exam.

    Ques. Can I change my exam center preferences through NEET form correction window?

    Ans. Yes, NTA has expanded the scope of corrections in NEET Form Correction Window, which is open till May 31, 2020. Candidates can now change their exam city preferences through the correction window. The decision has been taken considering the chaos in the country due to the nationwide lockdown. 

    Ques. If a candidate is opting Oriya as a medium of question paper, would he be eligible for 15% All India Quota?

    Ans. Candidates qualifying NEET would be eligible for All India Quota and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, irrespective of the medium in which the examination is taken by a candidate, subject to other eligibility criteria.

    Ques. Against which all seats will the admission be made?

    Ans. Admission will be made to the following seats through NEET 2020:
    • All India Quota Seats. 
    • State Government Quota Seats
    • State/Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all Private Medical/Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University
    • Central Pool Quota Seats

    Ques. Who can appear in NEET for 15% All India Quota Seats?

    Ans. Candidates from the following categories can apply for NEET 2020 - • Indian Nationals • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) • Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs) • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) • Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2020 for 15% All India Quota Seats.

    Ques. If I am opting Assamese as a language of question paper, can I get the center of examination in Delhi?

    Ans. No. If any candidate is opting vernacular language as medium of question paper, he will be allotted center only in respective States of particular vernacular language. In the present case, examination center could be only in Assam.

    Ques. Can I change the option of language once the form is submitted?

    Ans. The option once exercised, cannot be changed after submission of the application form. As centers will be allotted based on the medium of question paper, candidates need to be very careful in choosing the medium of the question paper.

    Ques. What are the duration/timings of NEET 2020?

    Ans. The duration of NEET 2020 will be 03 hours i.e. from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. However, no entry will be allowed after 9.30 a.m.

    Ques. If any candidate faces any problem in remittance of fee, to whom can he/she approach?

    Ans. Candidates can approach the concerned Banks on contact numbers which are available on the website of NEET 2018.

    Ques. Do I have to send my filled application form to NTA?

    Ans. The candidates are not required to send the print out of the Confirmation Page or any document (s) to NTA.

    Ques. I am from Rajasthan Board, my age is 14 years, can I apply for NEET exam?

    Ans. No, you cannot apply for NEET 2020 exam as you are not meeting the age criteria. A candidate must have achieved 17 years of age by December 31, 2020 to sit for NEET 2020.

    Ques. My date of birth is December 11, 1998, can I apply for NEET exam?

    Ans. Yes, you can apply for as you are above 17 years of age.

    Ques. I am a general category female candidate, my parents' income is less than 5 lakhs, do I need to pay the NEET application fee?

    Ans. If you fall under GEN-EWS category, then your application fees shall be INR 1400. If not, you’ll have to pay the general category fee of INR 1500.

    Ques. I have some problems with my CBSE enrolment process for class 12 board exam, can I apply for NEET?

    Ans. No, till your class 12 board registration is not accepted, you cannot apply for NEET 2020, as you are not eligible.

    Ques. I am doing B.Sc. from DU, can I apply for NEET?

    Ans. Yes, but no lateral entry provision is there in NEET.

    Ques. I am an SC category student, what is the upper limit to apply for NEET exam?

    Ans. The upper age limit criteria for NEET has been removed by NTA. However, this is subject to change as per the orders of the Supreme court. 

    Ques. What is the minimum qualification needed to apply for NEET 2020 exam?

    Ans. A student must have qualified class 12 examinations or equivalent in order to apply for NEET exam. Student must be of science background.

    Ques. Are NRI candidates getting any age benefits, if they apply for NEET?

    Ans. No, age benefits are only for SC/ST candidates, no other category is getting age benefits.

    Ques. What are the compulsory subjects to appear for NEET 2020 exam?

    Ans. The student must have completed class 12 with Physics, chemistry, biology/ biotechnology and English as main subjects. Students must have obtained an aggregate of 50% in these subjects for general category/ 45% for general- PH and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC.

    Ques. I have 1-year gap between by class 10th and class 11th, am I eligible to apply for NEET?

    Ans. Yes, you can apply for NEET.

    Ques. If I am appearing for class 12 exam, can I apply for the NEET 2020 exam?

    Ans. Yes, you can apply for the exam if you appearing for the class 12 exam in 2020.

    Ques. I know only Kannada language, so can I write NEET?

    Ans. NEET exam paper will be printed in 8 languages only namely English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujrati, Marathi and Telgue. So, you cannot write exam in Kannad.

    Ques. What subjects do I need to prepare for the NEET exam?

    Ans. You need to prepare Phyiscs, Chemistry & Biology(Zoology &Botany) subjects for the NEET exam.

    Ques. Will English language also be tested in the NEET exam or not?

    Ans. No test of English language is there in Kannad language.

    Ques. I am physically challenged, what is my exam duration in NEET?

    Ans. NEET exam paper will be of 3 hours duration, for PH students it is 3.5 hours.

    Ques. My passport is under process of verification, do I need to submit the passport number in the NEET application form?

    Ans. No, only NRI candidates have to submit the passport number.

    Ques. My son has got 41% in PCB and 50% overall in CBSE, he is from OBC background, can he apply for NEET?

    Ans. Yes, he can apply.

    Ques. My aadhar card is invalid, can I apply for NEET?

    Ans. No, only a valid aadhar card is accepted.

    Ques. My OBC certificate is 8 months old, do I need to get a new OBC certificate before NEET application form filling?

    Ans. No, you can apply, the certificate must be less than 1 year old.

    Ques. Who is responsible for 15% All India Quota seat allotment process?

    Ans. Once the NEET 2020 result is released 15% AIQ seats will be managed by MCC of Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) through online mode.

    Ques. I am from Bihar, am I eligible for AIQ quota benefit in NEET?

    Ans. No, Students from J&K, AP and Telangana can avail the benefit of AIQ.

    Ques. I was born on January 1, 1993, I am OBC, can I apply for NEET?

    Ans. No, you cannot apply.

    Ques. I have dropped 1 year after class 12, is that considered an attempt in NEET?

    Ans. No, it is not an attempt.

    Ques. Who conducts NEET, it is online or offline in 2020?

    Ans. Conducting body of NEET 2020 is NTA. The exam will be conducted in offline mode on May 3, 2020. 

    Ques. I had completed my BSc with 87.74% and my intermediate percentage is 93.4, my DOB is July 21, 1994, and I Am under the category of ST. Can I apply for NEET exam?

    Ans. Yes, you can apply for the exam.

    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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    vishal bind

    i am pursuing mbbs .can i apply for neet ??

    31 Dec, 2019 00:20
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Vishal, yes, you can apply for NEET exam as minimum eligibility for this exam is intermediate only.

    31 Dec, 2019 11:06
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    Shivyanshu prabhakar

    Can candidate name is corrected in neet 2020 form

    25 Dec, 2019 00:20
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Shivyanshu, yes, you can make correction in your name using form-correction window which will be enabled from Jan 15, 2020.

    26 Dec, 2019 17:44
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    Priyanka

    How many marks should I score to get government medical seat ?(OBC category)

    23 Dec, 2019 00:20
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Priya, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as cut off marks vary for each college.

    23 Dec, 2019 12:52
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    jagadisan

    Few persons are asking me like this. They are doing BSc Nursing/Botany/Zoo etc., What is the code no to be put in application form for exam passed? is it plus 2 or is there any code for BSC i year/2 year passed/studying ?please tell me

    09 Dec, 2019 00:20
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Jagadisan, candidates who are pursuing any 3-year degree course from a recognized university will fall into the category of Code-5.

    09 Dec, 2019 10:28
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    sarma

    hello this is Sarma, My daughter studied up to 10th in KSA, intermediate 2years in India, what is her eligibility criteria, like domicile...….any idea

    06 Dec, 2019 20:28
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    NILUTPAL BURAGOHAIN

    Sir can i able to give neet 2020 examination because i could not give 12th final exam last year because of my health issues and this year i wish to repeat the board exam . please sir suggest me.

    03 Dec, 2019 15:19
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Nilutpal, yes, you can appear in NEET exam this year provided you satisfy all the eligibility criteria for this exam. You can check all the NEET eligibility criteria from here: NEET Eligibility Criteria

    03 Dec, 2019 16:11
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    Kuni Sudan

    I'm a Basic B.sc student ,can I apply Neet

    19 Oct, 2019 12:01
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Kuni, yes, you can apply for NEET provided you have done intermediate in PCB. You can also check other Eligibility Criteria for this exam in detail from here.

    09 Nov, 2019 15:51
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    VISHNU VENUGOPAL

    MY SON WANT TO WRITE ALL THE ENGINEERING AND MBBS EXAM IN THE YEAR 2020. PLEASE NOTIFY ME OF THE DATE AND SCHEUDLE OF EXAM.

    17 Oct, 2019 00:20
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    Latif khan

    Hello sir, I'm Abdul Latif khan from BALAGHAT, I have completed 12th pcb group pass out MP open board bhopal in2016, 44%,

    30 Sep, 2019 11:05
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Latif, you will be eligible only if you belong to reserved category as for general category, students need to score at least 50% aggregate in intermediate.

    30 Sep, 2019 11:55
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    ujala anokha

    my DOB is 11 feb 2003 so i am eligibal for 2020 or not . Please reply me

    29 Sep, 2019 20:58
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Ujala, yes, you are eligible for the exam as candidates who were born on or before December 31, 2004 are eligible. You can check other Eligibility Criteria for NEET 2020 from here.

    30 Sep, 2019 12:59

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