NEET Attempt limit has been changed from this year. Before filling the Application form it is necessary to check the no of attempts for NEET 2018. National Eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) will be conducted on May 6th, 2018 (Sunday). Through NEET Exam, applicants can take admission in MBBS/ BDS courses. NEET exam will be provided in 11 languages that is Hindi, English, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Kannada, Oriya, Telugu, Urdu. From this year the maximum attempt limit is change. There is no cap limit for NEET attempts.
NEET Attempt Limit 2018
Last year there were only 3 attempts for the General/ OBC candidates with a maximum age upto 25 years and same 3 attempts for SC/ST candidates but with a maximum age upto 30 years.
But now the criteria has been changed from this year. General/ OBC candidates can take 9 attempt for NEET Exam with same age limit as 2017 and for SC/ST candidates can attempt 14 times for the same.
From year 2018, the eligibility criteria has change for NEET 2018. As per the latest information and MCI proposal CBSE remove the attempt limit from the examination. But for the age limit, it will be same as it was in last year and candidates can attempt it maximum times.
NEET Eligibility Criteria 2018
There was no attempt limit in 2016, MCI and CBSE did not prescribed any attempt limit for the applicants. Exam was held in 2 phases within a single year.
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But in 2017 Council decided to change in the attempt limit with considering up-gradation and development of NEET Examination. So the candidates could take maximum 3 attempts for the exam as per their age limits according to the categories.
Again in 2018, Council has decided to change the attempt limit. It is appropriate for the applicants. As per the govt. news attempt limit will remove from this year.
NEET Exam Pattern
Here you can find NEET Exam Pattern.
- Exam Mode: Offline Mode (Pen & Paper Based).
- Number of Question: 180 Questions
- Type of Question: Multiple Choice Question
- Exam Duration: 180 Minutes (3 Hours)
- Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
- Language: English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Oriya, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu and Urdu.
- Marking Scheme: For each correct answer you will awarded 1 Marks.
- Negative Marking: For Each incorrect answer 1 marks will be deducted.
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