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NEET Official notification has been released on 2 December, 2019. NEET medical entrance exam is a substitute to the several national, state level, college level medical entrances that used to take place to help the candidates take admission in medical colleges. If students are searching lots of doubts on internet, So here we are sharing all the frequently asked question (NEET FAQs) in details which are taken from the previous year students who already applied and got admission into the top colleges.
Ans: Online allotment process will be started in June, 2020(Expected).
Ans: NEET 2020 Application Form started from 2nd December, 2020
Ans: As per data from MCI, there are 462 colleges teaching MBBS. Overall there are 63835 seats.
Ans: Candidate must be at least 17 years old at time of admission or will complete 17 years on 31 December of the year of admission.
Ans: Yes, AIIMS and JIPMER are exempted from NEET as they both are autonomous bodies and will be conducting their own medical entrance examination in order to offer admission to the respective institutes. Till Now, state body has any such exemption.
Ans: No, Candidate have no permission to change the language once the form is submitted.
Ans: If the candidates are facing any problem in submitting the NEET 2020 Application Form, they can contact Common Services Centers. It will act as the Facilitation Centers this time and will provide the services against the fee prescribed.
Ans: Yes, such candidates can apply for NEET 2020.
Ans: NEET 2020 Admit Card will be released on March 27, 2020.
Ans: Yes, for each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted.
Ans: For each correct answer, four marks will be awarded while one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Ans: NEET will be conducted in 11 languages, including Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, English, Hindi and Urdu.
Ans: Yes, from 2020 Urdu will also a medium of question paper.
Ans: No, NEET 2020 will be conducted in the same pattern as NEET 2019.
Ans: Candidates will be required to join the allotted college/course within stipulated time mentioned in counseling schedule.
Ans: The result of successful candidates of NEET 2020 is valid for the academic session 2020-21 only.
Ans: Yes, There is no limit to NEET attempts.
Ans: In such case, the test paper will be provided in chosen language and English. In case of any ambiguity, English version shall be treated as final.
Ans: If a student who appeared in the NEET phase-I examination is apprehensive about the performance in the NEET-I, or if an examine missed out on NEET I, NEET phase 2 gives a second chance to such a student.
Ans: Such decisions need to be taken by the candidates themselves.
Ans: In this case, you are supposed to provide the passport number in place of Aadhaar.
Ans: For 15 per cent All India Quota seats, counseling will be conducted by the DGHS for seats under the control of participating states/universities/institutions.
Ans: There will not be any Mock Counseling and indicative seat allotment in 2nd round of allotment.
Ans: Yes as all candidates who want to participate in the second round will have to submit fresh choices before second round.
Ans: In such a case, candidate must carry proof that the documents belongs to same person, in the form of an affidavit.
Ans: Yes, at present there are two medical colleges exclusively for Girls, one is Lady Hardinge Medical College in Delhi and other is BPS Govt. Medical College in Sonepat.
Ans: Yes, candidates from above states can appear in NEET (UG) for admission to any Private Medical/Dental Colleges or any Private/Deemed University and Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune.
Ans: Yes, you can eligible for NEET 2020. There is no restrictions of attempt but you have to fulfill the minimum age criteria.