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NEET or National Eligibility and Entrance Test is a newly formed medical entrance test that is expected to take off from 2013 onwards. The exam will be organized nationwide by the CBSE for those students who wish to catch up with the profession of Medical Science. The exam is compulsory for the aspirants to get admission in medical colleges in India except AIIMS in New Delhi and Post-graduate Institute for Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, since these institutes feature separate laws. NEET will be held at both under graduate as well as post graduate level. At Under graduate, the exam will have influence on courses like MBBS and BDS.
NEET UG Registration / Application Form
NEET is a newly designed medical entrance exam that will serves as a getaway for all MBBS aspirants to make their dream come true of wearing a white apron with stethoscope in hand. The admission procedure for the exam is hassle free as the application form will be available online from 1st December 2012. The costs of the application form for NEET 2013 UG are different for different categories. Fee for general category is Rs.1000 whereas for other categories such as schedule caste, schedule tribe and physical handicapped is Rs.550. Payment can be done either by online mode or offline mode (challan form).
The last date for NEET’s application form is 31st December, and with late fee is 31st January.
Following Supreme Court’s verdict NEET UG has been discontinued. CBSE would conduct AIPMT for admission to first year MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2014-15.
NEET UG Exam Dates
The exam is scheduled to be held on 5th May 2013.
NEET UG Syllabus
The syllabus for NEET 2014 UG exam for MBBS and BDS will be purely based Physics, Chemistry and Biology of 10+2 level.
NEET UG Physics Syllabus
NEET UG Chemistry Syllabus
NEET UG Biology Syllabus
NEET 2013 will be 3 hours exam. The exam’s pattern will be simple objective type. There will be overall 180 questions, with 100 questions will be asked on Biology whereas 75 questions from Physics and Biology each.
The exam offers flexibility to students on choosing language of the question papers. Candidates can either go with English or Hindi. The preference should be provided by students while filling the form. Candidates from the states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and West Bengal can opt for question paper in their respective languages i.e. Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati and Bengali.
NEET UG Preparation
Since the exam will be conducted under the guidance of CBSE, hence NCERT textbooks will be conducive for the aspirants. The figures in the textbooks should be understood in detail in order to score high marks. It will be a three hours test, so it is advisable to the aspirants that they should practice similar model papers before exam for time management. Basic theories in Physics, formulas in Chemistry and detail study of ecology & animal and plants are some of the set topics for the exam.
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NEET UG Notification
Period for submission of online application form without late fees: - 1-12-2012 to 31-12-2012
Period for submission of online application form with late fee: - 1-01-2013 to 31-01-2013
Last Date of Receipt of Confirmation Page in CBSE - Application without late fee 10.01.2013
Last Date of Receipt of Confirmation Page in CBSE - Application with late fee 05.02.2013
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