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How well you can score in upcoming NEET exam highly depends on how well and quickly you understand the NEET exam pattern. Get smart with these helpful tips.
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NEET is the only exam to pursue MBBS and BDS courses and has taken over all other state and national level exams. To get in good medical colleges and universities, aspirants must showcase exceptional talent and score good marks. The only and reliable way to understand and get a first-hand experience of NEET exam pattern is to take the previous question patterns into consideration. Practicing full length mock tests comes in handy scoring good in the exam.
Remember that the questions will come in objective type (Multiple Choice Questions).
Vital Information for Smart Preparation
Cracking NEET exam is definitely not a piece of cake. With more than a million aspirants appear in the exam, one must devise unique strategy to qualify NEET exam. Some of the must-know things for every NEET aspirant are marking scheme, number of questions asked, exam duration, etc.
Candidates selecting other regional languages or Hindi as their exam medium will also avail the question paper in English. But those are selecting English as their medium of the exam will not obtain any other languages but English.
With NEET exam likely to be held on May 10, many students have started the preparation months ago. But there are aspirants who still have not flipped the pages of the NEET guide. Reason? They thought there would be some changes in the syllabus. Look what just happened. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) on 20 January, 2018 updated the syllabus with no change in it.
Official website states, “The Syllabus of NEET(UG), 2018 will be exactly same as it was for NEET(UG), 2017. There is no change in the syllabus for NEET(UG), 2018.”.
Release of Admit Card: First week of April, 2018
Result Likely to be Announced: First week of June, 2018
Admission to Start in Deemed Universities: 10 July, 2018
With less than 5 months to appear for the exam, these handy tips will help you prepare smart.NEET 2018 Important DatesWhich you must know