Frequently asked Questions (FAQ’s)

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1. What will be the procedure of counselling for NEET 2021?

MCC does the counselling for 15% of the All India Quota. Thus, it’s a centralized counselling done via online mode. For the remaining seats, counselling authorities do it state wise.

2. What will be the pattern of NEET exam?

The NEET aspiring candidates need to attempt total of 180 questions which owes 720 marks. Every question carry 4 marks. Also, Negative marking is of 1 mark for wrongly marked answer. Hence, it includes the Questions from Chemistry, Physics, & Biology.

3. NEET is conducted in which language?

The NEET exam is held in the 11 different languages. Though, the same are English, Hindi, Kannada, Gujarati, Oriya, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali & Assamese.

4. Will NEET 2021 exam follow the reservation policy?

Yes, NEET exam follows the reservation policy. Hence, the SC candidates have 15% of the seats, ST one’s have the 7.5% of the seats & the OBC section has the reservation for 27% of the seats.

5. What is the age limit for NEET 2021?

17 years is the lower age limit for the NEET 2021 exam. When talked about the upper age limit, it remains in dilemma. The Supreme Court eliminated the upper age limit and the candidates who are above 25 years of age can also apply for the exam until any of the further notice by the court.

6. What’s the change introduced for NEET 2021?

Single entrance exam is going to conduct. In this, the candidates are offered with all the BDS & the MBBS seats in the country. In order to get admission in AIIMS & JIPMER, the aspirants are need to crack NEET exam. And all based on the score of the aspirants, they will be getting the admission in the dental & the medical institutes & colleges. 

7. What is the mode of NEET entrance exam?

The students are provided with the NEET OMR sheets in the exam. Though, the NEET exam is conducted offline via pen & paper. Later, evaluation is done electronically.

8. Who conducts the NEET exam?

National Testing Agency possess the responsibility of conducting the NEET exam since the year 2019.

9. Can the candidates having the gap between class 11th & 12th appear for NEET 2021 exam?

Yes, the candidates having the gap in class 11 & 12 can go for the NEET 2021 exam. Although, the Medical Council of India (MCI) made an amendment that the students who undergo the 2 years continuous study are eligible for the exam. But soon, High Court of Delhi revoked this & those having gap in the classes can also go for the exam.

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