NEET 2020 will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for students to get admissions into BDS/ MBBS courses in various government, non-government and deemed institutes and medical colleges of India. NEET may be conducted twice in 2020 in February and May sessions however there is no official notice regarding this has been released. The Economically Weaker Section reservation of 10% will not be applicable in NEET 2020.
NEET 2020 Important Updates
- NEET score will be accepted by 491 medical colleges in India offering 63900 MBBS/BDS seats.
- AIIMS and JIPMER do not accept this test as they conduct their own entrance tests.
- Candidates above the age of 25 can also apply for NEET 2020.
- Private candidates, NOIS, and State Open School students are also eligible for the exam.
- There is no limit on number of attempts. Candidates can attempt as many times as they want.
- Aadhaar Card is no more required to apply for NEET 2020. Candidates have to submit any Photo ID proof issued by Government of India.
- The exam question paper will be set in 11 languages depending on the state of the candidate.
- Candidates should not submit false information otherwise NTA will restrict you to appear in futures examinations
NEET 2020 Exam Dates
NEET 2020 may be conducted in two sessions but unless an official notice is released by NTA the schedule of previous year will be followed:
|NEET 2020 Application Form Release Date||1st week of November 2019|
|Last date for NEET 2020 Application Submission||Last week of November 2019|
|NEET Admit card releasing||March, 2020|
|NEET 2020 Exam date||1st week of May, 2020|
|NEET Result announcement||Last week of May, 2020|
How to Prepare for NEET 2020?
- Students should be dedicated towards their studies from day 1 keeping in mind the goal of clearing NEET 2020.
- Don’t underestimate your doubts, clear them with due course, prepare notes while in 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 XI and XII as NTA follows the same syllabus which was stipulated by CBSE.
- Candidates have to update themselves with the exam syllabus and pattern before starting with the preparations.
- Candidates have to manage their time cautiously, take care of their health as well.
- Candidates have to avoid backlogs, avoid long hours studying, and also avoid using multiple preparation and books for preparing NEET 2020
- Solve as many mock tests, sample papers, practice papers and previous year question papers as they can, note your mistakes and work on them.