The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), originally the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is the entrance exam for Indian medical and dental institutes’ MBBS and BDS programs. The National Testing Agency is in charge of it (NTA).
The Central Board of Secondary Education previously administered the test (CBSE). Every year in May (however, things got a bit out of order from the past two years due to the Covid pandemic), the examination, which offers 90,000 seats in India’s MBBS and BDS colleges, is held.
NEET-UG Exam Pattern
- According to the most recent NEET exam pattern released by NTA
- The NEET 2021 question paper will contain 200 multiple choice questions worth four marks each, of which students must answer only 180.
- Students will get +4 for each correct attempt, whereas they will get -1 for each wrong attempt.
- NEET question papers include questions from the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subjects for grades 11 and 12.
- NEET question paper 2021 is available in 13 languages, including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu; the candidate’s choice of medium or language is up to them.
Medical courses offered through NEET-UG
In India, 542 medical colleges, 313 dental colleges, 914 AYUSH, and 47 BVSc & AH colleges will accept NEET 2021 scores. There are 15 AIIMS and two JIPMER campuses in total. This year, admission to the BSc (Hons) Candidates will also do the Nursing program through NEET, but the seat matrix has not yet to reveal.
NEET-UG 2021 Question Paper
M, N, O, and P were the four question paper sets for NEET 2021, with six more subsections such as M1, M2, M3, M4, and so forth. The NEET 2021 question paper booklet contained a total of 200 questions, with 180 questions from the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology sections to try. Candidates must submit an OMR sheet, although they could take the NEET question paper outside the exam hall.
NEET 2021 Results
The NEET 2021 results will likely release on the NTA’s official website in the third week of October. By logging into their registered accounts on the official website, candidates will verify their results. The NTA will announce the NEET cut-off marks for this year, along with the results. Candidates should be aware that only those who score higher than the qualifying cut-off will consider for NEET 2021 admissions. The Medical Council of India has set a qualifying cut-off for each category.
Notification for NEET-UG 2021 was officially released by NTA (National Testing Agency) on July 13th, 2021. NEET is a once-a-year offline examination. The exam attracted approximately 16 lakh candidates. NEET UG 2021 results will use for BSc Nursing and Life Sciences Admissions. The number of cities hosting NEET 2021 exam centers has increased from 155 to 202, including two overseas cities, Dubai and Kuwait.
From 2 to 5 p.m., the NEET 2021 was held in 3,855 centers across 202 cities in India and abroad. According to statistics, over 16 lakh candidates applied for NEET 2021, the largest number in the last five years. According to the NTA, Jaipur and Kavaratti (Lakshadweep Islands ) report the largest and smallest number of test-takers. The majority of test takers rated the exam as somewhat tough. They thought the Physics part was the most difficult, while Biology was the easiest.
NEET Phase 2 Registrations (date extended)
The NTA has extended the deadline for submitting the NEET 2021 Phase 2 application form till 11:50 p.m. on October 14. The previous deadline for making changes to the NEET application form 2021 was October 13. On October 1, the NEET 2021 second phase registration cum correction window for first phase registration commenced. Candidates who do not complete the second phase of the NEET 2021 application form will be ineligible to participate in the NEET admissions process.
Frequently Asked Questions
According to NEET 2021 candidates and exam experts, the exam was somewhat moderate difficult
According to the NTA announcement, candidates can take the NEET exam as many times as they like. There is no limit to the number of attempts that can be made. The examination is held once a year.
The NEET 2021 question paper was accessible in 13 languages, although the language had to specify during the registration process. In addition to Hindi and English, candidates can choose from Tamil, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Odiya, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, and Telugu.