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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is scheduled on May 3, 2020 for admission of the eligible students to Veterinary Sciences & Animal Husbandry. As per the Veterinary Council of India (VCI), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is responsible for conducting NEET exam for those seeking seats under 15% All-India Quota.
For appearing in the exam, students have to fill the application form. Students from National Institute of Open Schooling faced a problem termed as “Technical Glitch” while submitting the application form. Because they have to directly write the exams for Class XII without appearing in Class XI.
NEET 2021 will most probably be conducted on May 2, 2021 and candidates must adhere to all the general NEET 2021 exam day guidelines and COVID-19 related guidelines as well. For smooth conduction, aspirants are duly abided by NEET 2021 exam day Instructions by NTA. NEET 2021 exam day comes with a lot of anxiety; and pressure might cause any normal individual to forget certain very important things which end up as tragic outcomes. keeping yourself absolutely prepared for the day is the only way of overcoming it.
- NEET 2021 Exam day guidelines are also printed on the NEET 2021 Admit Card and non-compliance of which will mean disqualification of the candidate, and will not be allowed to enter NEET Exam Center.
- NEET 2021 Admit Card is most likely to be released in April 2021 by NTA. You can download the admit card by entering your login credentials.
Knowing dress code, exam schedule, time slot, guidelines are very much important. To ensure that you remember these key points, keep on reading this article to know more about NEET 2021 Exam Day Instructions, guidelines, and documents to carry to avoid any hassle.
NEET 2021 Exam Day Schedule
To be well prepared for NEET 2021, aspirants must be aware of the exam day schedule. NEET 2021 Exam Day Schedule is a crucial part of the instructions for the NEET 2021 exam day as it reflects the details of how the exam will be carried out. Aspirants should prepare accordingly for the NEET 2021 exam.
|Particulars||Date & Time|
|NEET 2021 Exam Date||02nd May, 2021 (Tentative)|
|Duration of Exam||2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (3 hours)|
|Last entry in the examination hall||1:30 PM|
|Sitting in the examination room||1:15 PM|
|Announcement of Important Instructions and Checking of Admit Cards by the Invigilator||1:30 PM to 1:45 PM|
|Distribution of the test booklet||1:45 PM|
|Writing of particulars on the Test Booklet by the candidates||1:50 PM|
|Commencement of examination||2:00 PM|
|Test Concludes||5:00 PM|
Read | NEET 2021 Exam Dates
NEET 2021 COVID-19 Safety Guidelines Issued by NTA
All the candidates must go through the COVID-19 advisory released by NTA.
Pre-Examination Controls/ Measures
- Candidates are required to maintain space as per the social distancing norms.
- Different Examination Time Slot is to be printed as “Slot time” such as 11.00 A.M, 11.30 A.M.
- The location link will be provided in the NEET 2021 admit card so that candidates can check the location of their exam centers.
- Candidates will be required to carry a self-declaration along with NEET admit card regarding their COVID free health status.
- If a candidate has a temperature more than the recommendation then he/ she will be sent to the isolation room.
- All the exam centers will sanitize their gates, floors, walls with disinfectant.
- Students will be moved to their exam rooms in groups of 15 boys and 15 girls.
- Candidates can carry their own masks, gloves, small sanitizer bottle, water bottle with them inside the examination hall.
During Examination Controls/ Measures
- Invigilators will sanitize their hands before and afterward.
- Videography/CCTV live streaming will be supervised in each room and Manual Attendance and Handwriting sample will be collected at the candidate seat.
- No thumb impression will be taken.
- The physical movement of Invigilators to be minimized inside the room.
Post Examination Controls
- Only one candidate at a time is permitted to move out in an orderly manner.
- The gloves and masks must be disposed of in a pedal push covered bin.
- Overcrowding to be avoided.
NEET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines – General instructions
- NEET exam centre of the NEET 2021 will be open from 11:30 am till 1:30 pm before which all the candidates are instructed to enter the examination hall.
- No candidate would be allowed to enter the examination hall after 1:30 pm.
- It is mandatory for any candidate to provide/produce the admit card on demand.
- No candidate is allowed to leave the examination hall before 5:00 pm when he/she is instructed to submit the answer sheet to the invigilator.
- A ballpoint pen will be provided for all candidates taking up the exam along with their question and answer booklets.
- Attendance sheets should be signed twice by all those appearing for the examination proving that they actually did take up the national competitive examination without which they’d marked absent.
- The mode of examination is offline where a candidate gets to bubble the correct answer on the OMR sheet.
- Only one OMR sheet per person would be provided.
- The duration of the examination is a total of 3 hours.
- No aspirant is permitted to talk or discuss anything inside the exam hall until the commencement of the exam.
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Documents Required at the NEET Exam Center
- Admit Card: Candidate must carry the NEET 2021 Admit Card at the exam centre. It will be released 15 days prior to the exam date. Passport size Photograph should be affixed on it.
- Passport Size Photograph: Candidates need to carry multiple Passport Size photographs. The photograph must be the same as on the Application form.
- Aadhaar Card: Candidates need to carry the Aadhaar card as the Identity Proof. Candidates belonging to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Jammu Kashmir need to carry an Identity Proof like a Ration Card, Voter ID issued by the Government of India, etc. Candidates belong to NRIs, PIOs, Foreign Nationals, and OCIs they need to carry a passport.
Note – Candidates taking up the competitive examination are advised to download the admit as soon as it is available and not wait until the last date. A candidate should make sure that they take out a colored printout of their admit card. A recent passport-sized photograph (4”×6”) of the candidate has to be pasted on the admit card against the space for it. The signature of a parent/guardian is mandatory on the admit card.
Things to carry for NEET Exam Centre
- Masks, Hand gloves
- Sanitizers (50 ml)
- Transparent Water Bottle
- NEET 2021 Admit Card
- ID Proof
- Duly filled Undertaking
Things to be Avoided from Carrying at NEET Exam Centre:
- Any electronic devices such as mobile phones, calculators, smart watches, Bluetooth, etc, are banned from the examination hall.
- Common student stationery such as pencil, pen, paper, ink, etc isn’t allowed to be carried.
- Beautifying ornaments with no partiality between metallic or non-metallic like nose pins, earrings, necklace, etc are advised to be avoided.
- Accessories such as cap/hat, belts, goggles, bags, wallet/clutch aren’t allowed.
- Carrying any kind of edible substance is prohibited. Though, candidates suffering from diabetes are allowed to carry pills, water in a transparent bottle with prior information to NTA in their NEET 2021 application form. With no report to NTA via the application, the candidate would not be allowed to utilize the leniency.
NEET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines – Security Check
- The security system for any national level competitive exam would pretty much be tight. Candidates appearing for NEET are to undergo security checks such as body scanners and frisking.
- It is mandatory for all candidates to cooperate with security professionals without disturbing the routine.
- Candidates willing to use their scribe have to carry a ‘letter of undertaking’ to the respected examination centre and let them know beforehand.
NEET 2021 Dress Code
- Aspirants taking up the exam are advised to dress casually and avoid clothes with long sleeves.
- A casual flip flop/sandal with no buckles is advised whereas shoes/boots are restricted to be worn by the candidates.
- Candidates in customary outfits such as burqa must report to the examination centre beforehand at 12:30 pm. Such candidates are likely to bring it to the notice of NTA while filling up the application for NEET.
- Candidates with undesirable health conditions and desire to bypass the NEET dress code should take permission from NTA beforehand.
It is a necessity that a candidate is more cautious while bubbling out the right answer. A total of 180 questions with each carrying 4 marks and -1 for each wrong answer. Chemistry and Physics take up 45 questions each while Biology (Botany+Zoology) seizes 90 questions with a grand total of 180 questions. To make it more manageable for candidates with access to a wristwatch, NTA has set a wall clock in every examination hall with a clearly audible bell sound as an indication of the last 30 minutes of the examination. With plenty of time in their hands due to the outbreak of a pandemic, candidates are advised to organize themselves for the examination.
NEET UG 2021 aspirants can now download the NEET previous year question papers here. Solving these NEET question papers will be wise for the students as these will help them practice in a better way.
- First, you complete your NEET 2021 syllabus on time. Then, begin solving these question papers to understand the question pattern, exam pattern, weightage of the syllabus and the difficulty level.
- Don’t forget to solve NEET 2021 sample papers before the exam that is most likely to be conducted on 2nd May 2021 for 2021-2022 academic session.
NEET 2021 Syllabus is the same as the previous year and no rumored changes have taken place. In addition, the governing body has not brought any changes in the NEET 2021 exam pattern. It is a tough exam and requires rigorous practice with proper time management so candidates are advised to prepare for NEET 2021 with full dedication.
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NEET 2020 Question Papers (Official)
Here are all the NEET 2020 Question Papers uploaded by NTA on its website. Aspiring students can download the same below-
|NEET 2020 Question Paper Code||Download Link|
NEET Previous Year Question Papers
Solving NEET Previous Year Question Papers help students to score good and to improve their rank in the NEET 2021 Merit list. NEET question papers from the past few years are available here along with their solutions and official answer key. Students can download the NEET previous year question papers 2021 pdf for free.
NEET Question Papers PDFs 2019-2018
|Year||Question Paper||Paper Code||Solutions|
|2019||P1 to P6||P1||Download|
|Q1 to Q6||Q1||Download|
|R1 to R6||R1||Download|
|S1 to S6||S1||Download|
|H1 & G1||H1||Download|
|2018||AA to FF||AA||Download|
|GG to NN||GG||Download|
|PP to SS||PP||Download|
|WW to ZZ||WW||Download|
NEET Previous Years Question Papers PDFs 2017-2012
|Year||Question Paper||Paper Code||Solutions|
|2017||Question Paper – A/ B/ C/ D||Code-A||Download|
|Question Paper – P/ Q/ R/ S||Code-P||Download|
|Question Paper – W/ X/ Y/ Z||Code-W||Download|
|2016||NEET 2016 Phase I||Code-A/ P/ W||Download|
|Code- B/ Q/ X||–|
|Code-C/ R/ Y||Download|
|Code-D/ S/ Z||–|
|NEET 2016 Phase II||Code-AA||Download|
|2015||NEET 2015 Phase I||Code-A||–|
|NEET 2015 Phase II||Code-E||–|
Check | NEET 2021 Mock Test
NEET 2021 Question Paper: Language Options
The aspirants can choose their preferred language, while filling the NEET 2021 Application form. NEET question papers are available in eleven different languages.
How can practicing NEET previous year question papers benefit you?
With the help of NEET previous year question papers, students can analyze their preparation, difficulty level of the questions, distribution of questions, marking scheme and number of questions asked in the paper.
- Analyzing Preparation: Solving NEET question papers give the aspirants an idea about the overall preparation. Giving some time after solving the whole paper will help them in knowing their weak points.
- Difficulty Level: Along with improving your skills, you can also work on solving sets with high levels of difficulty. It shows how questions can be merged and how difficult some calculations might be, in order to understand which questions you can skip.
- Distribution of Questions: Although questions from almost all topics are asked in NEET, it is better to prepare for the NEET important topics which might have had heavy weightage for the past two years.
- Marking Scheme: Marking scheme is not much of a hidden fact. But, what’s more, important is how it can affect your overall score. When you finally calculate your scores, you realise how you could improve your rank by NOT attempting questions blindly or just by guessing, which could reduce your score by 1 mark, if gone wrong.
- Exam-like Situation: To adapt yourself, you must solve maximum papers in a time frame of 3 hours on an OMR sheet. It is difficult to sit in one place for over 3 hours including the time taken for frisking and other formalities. Solving previous yearS question papers of NEET can help you with this.
NEET 2021 Exam Pattern
Students are advised to follow the NEET 2021 Exam pattern for better preparation. A brief idea of the exam pattern is listed below, so that you can understand better with the help of the previous years question papers of NEET above.
- Mode of Exam: Offline (Pen and paper based)
- Time: 180 minutes
- Type of Questions: MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
- Total Questions: 180
- Sections: Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology)
|Subject||No. Of Questions||Marks|
In a nutshell, NEET previous year question papers are beneficial to identify the number of repetition of the topics. Based on the strength, the aspirants can practice and revise the NEET important topics accordingly.
Previous Year Question Papers of NEET FAQs
Ans The difficulty level of paper depends upon its Preparation level. Last year the difficulty level was Moderate.
Ans Chances of repetition are quite low.
Ans NEET question paper will be conducted in 11 languages- English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya and Urdu
Ans On an average 80-85% questions are asked from the NCERT Books.
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