NEET Entrance Exam 2019 – Complete Guide

NEET Entrance Exam

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), formerly known as the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT), is an Indian entrance examination for students who want to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses in government and private colleges in India. All India NEET Entrance Exam is conducted by National Test Agency.

NEET Entrance Exam was earlier conducted in only two languages English and Hindi. After the revision by National Test Agency, Medical Council of India allowed students to take the exam in Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali and Assamese languages. Supreme Court of India has made clearing the NEET Entrance Exam mandatory for securing admission in every government and private college in India.

The exams which are conducted are of two categories:

  • NEET-UG: Candidates who are aspiring to pursue Medical courses after class 12 are eligible to apply for NEET-UG. 
  • NEET-PG: Candidates who are studying medical science in their Undergraduate programs are eligible to apply for NEET-PG.

NEET Entrance Exam Pattern and Structure

Candidates who are aspiring to study medical courses in their dream colleges and institutions must be prepared with all the information along with the preparation for the entrance exam.

Here are some useful details to keep you better informed about the NEET Entrance Exam – its pattern and syllabus:

Preparing for NEET would be insufficient without knowing about the structure of the question paper. The pattern comprises of details such as :

  • Mode of paper
  • Language
  • Duration of the exam
  • Question type: Multiple choice questions
  • Marking scheme

NEET Entrance Exam is conducted across 154 cities at a single time throughout the country. Being familiar with the exam pattern makes it easier for students to prepare for the exam. 

  1. Exam mode: NEET Entrance Exam is a pen and paper exam. This exam is conducted offline in allotted centers across states. The candidates are given OMR sheets to mark the answers with a black and blue pointed pen.
  2. Question Type: NEET consists of multiple-choice questions 
  3. Language: English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Oriya, Assamese, Bengali, and Kannada 
  4. Duration: NEET Entrance Exam is a 3 hour-long exercise 
  5. Total Number of Questions: NEET Entrance Exam consists of 180 questions each from different subjects.
  6. Marking Scheme: 4 marks for each question. Minus 1 for the wrong answer.
  7. Exam Section: The question consists of all types of questions from physics, chemistry, and biology.
  • Physics has 45 questions of 180 marks
  • Chemistry has 45 questions of 180 marks
  • Biology consists of 90 questions of 360 marks

Total marks: 720

NEET Entrance Exam Guidelines for Choosing Language 

  • Candidates are required to mention their language in the application form
  • Candidates who are opting for the language English will be getting their booklet in English only.
  • Candidates who are opting for the language Hindi will be getting their booklet in English and Hindi.
  • Candidates who are opting for the regional languages will be getting their booklets in the respective regional and English language.

NEET Entrance Exam sample papers are also available to students to prepare with to get a sense of the pattern. Sample papers consist of questions from each subject and questions from previous question papers. These are also really helpful for students for their preparation as they help students in clearing their concepts and increasing their knowledge of the subject.

Minimum Marks to Clear NEET Entrance Exam 

NEET Entrance Exam requires candidates to secure 40% to qualify for getting admission in government and private colleges in India. Candidates from every category need to secure a minimum of 40% marks to pursue medical courses.

It is clearly a very important and nervous journey for a candidate to pursue their dream course in their dream college. We at Leverage Edu, help you reach your goals efficiently. It is important for us to make sure that we give you the best and provide you the right guidance from the best of the mentors. Get in touch with us and kick-start your career today!

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