No amount of time seems adequate when it comes to preparing for competitive exams, and when the exam in question is NEET, the anxiety is justified. This is established by the hike in the number of students taking interest in medicine where nearly 15.9 lakh registrations for NEET 2021 were recorded.
The hysteria for NEET has shot up by leaps and bounds. In addition to the increased number of participants, the number of aspirants starting off earlier with NEET preparations has risen too. Earlier, students took time to figure out their field of interest. But now technology has made the world smaller and with immense exposure and guidance, students are able to narrow down their possible career options.
Students who venture out early have higher chances to clear NEET, as the more solid the foundation is, the better is the performance. Gaining conceptual knowledge must be a priority as it is just a cakewalk once that is ticked.
A good rank at NEET is not easy, thus, one starts to prepare for perfection right from inception. Even though the syllabus of class 10 is not included in NEET, the topics definitely are important to build upon concepts and solidify theories. If you are in class 10 and starting to prepare for NEET, you are just at the right place. In this post, we chalk out a detailed plan to help you in the same endeavour.
Students must understand the pattern of NEET before starting to prepare for it. By the time you appear for NEET, there might be certain changes in the NEET syllabus and exam pattern, however, it is always better to have a gist of the same which only proves to be beneficial. Highlighted below are key points, take a look
|Name of the Entrance Test||NEET|
|NEET full form||National Eligibility cum Entrance Test|
|Conducting body for NEET||NTA (National Testing Agency)|
|Admission Level||Undergraduate course, NEET-UG|
|Mode of Exam||Offline – Pen and paper test|
|Type of Questions||MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)|
|Duration of exam||3 hours|
|Educational Qualification||Class 12 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with majors in Physics, Chemistry and Biology|
|Minimum aggregate||50% in all the subjects taken individually|
|Total Marks of NEET||720|
|Total number of questions||180
Physics – 45 questions
Chemistry – 45 questions
Botany – 45 questions
Zoology – 45 questions
|Marking scheme||4 marks for every correct response
1 mark deducted for every incorrect response
|NEET Exam Date||12th September 2021|
NEET is a national level, one-tier medical entrance test. It is a pan-India test for students to seek admissions to medical courses.
|Course Fee (Rs)|
Target NEET 2 year for 10th pass students
+1 schooling + NEET prepration (Medical) + School target exam(all boards) full syllabus Chemistry
|NEET+ Medical School Syllabus + Study material+ Assignments +Test series+Doubts||
Rs 90000 per year