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Learn Alternative techniques for solving MCQs

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What it takes to top a National Level Exam

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NEET to be conducted by NTA – All You need to Know

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How to prepare for NEET in final Days if you are Unprepared

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NEET : New Regulations and Meritstore’s take on it

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NEET UG 2017 Results : Guidelines for Students

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Monthly Timetable for preparing for NEET

How to Solve difficult Sums for JEE & NEET

How to Solve difficult Sums for JEE & NEET

Is Crash Course Really Useful for NEET ?

Is Crash Course Really Useful for NEET ?

The 5 Types of Students who Won’t Crack NEET

The 5 Types of Students who Won’t Crack NEET

How to prepare for NEET if you are in Std. 11

How to prepare for NEET if you are in Std. 11

Learn Alternative techniques for solving MCQs

Learn Alternative techniques for solving MCQs

What it takes to top a National Level Exam

What it takes to top a National Level Exam

Here’s Why you should Practice harder for NEET/AIIMS

Here’s Why you should Practice harder for NEET/AIIMS

NEET to be conducted by NTA – All You need to Know

NEET to be conducted by NTA – All You need to Know

JEE/NEET Coaching Class Secrets Nobody talks about

JEE/NEET Coaching Class Secrets Nobody talks about

Live on Merit Store : Talk to Medical Students and IITians

Live on Merit Store : Talk to Medical Students and IITians

How to prepare for NEET in final Days if you are Unprepared

How to prepare for NEET in final Days if you are Unprepared

NEET : New Regulations and Meritstore’s take on it

NEET : New Regulations and Meritstore’s take on it

NEET UG 2017 Results : Guidelines for Students

NEET UG 2017 Results : Guidelines for Students

A Smart Revision Technique for Revising Complete NEET Syllabus

NEET Important Dates

Below is a rough idea of schedule for NEET
Event Date
Opening of online application form 2nd week of December
Last date to fill and submit the online application form 2nd week of January
Issuance of admit card 1st week of April
NEET 1st week of May
Display of OMR sheet 2nd week of May
Display of Answer key 4th week of May
NEET Result 1st week of June

Note: We will keep updating this timetable. Stay Tuned

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All About NEET

Eligibility Criteria for NEET

The candidate should have completed the age of 17 years and should not be more than 25 years as on or before 31st December 2019.
The Students from SC, ST and PwD category are given a relaxation of 5 years.

The NEET application form for 2018 will be available online on the official website of NEET by December.

The application fee for the exam is listed below :

RESERVATION STATUS FEE
General/OBC Rs. 1000/-
SC/ST/PH Rs. 500/-

Procedure to Submit Application Form:

  1. Visit the official website of the respective authority.
  2. Find the link to ‘apply online’ and click the same.
  3. Read the important instructions and complete first part of your application which is online registration.
  4. After successfully completion of the online registration, please note down the registration number.
  5. Once you fill and submit the online application form, you’ll be automatically redirected to fee payment page.
  6. Choose the mode of payment and make necessary payment.
  7. Candidates who haven’t received their online generated confirmation page their applications will be treated as cancelled.

The exam is pen and paper based. It is available in English or Hindi (chosen during application). The exam is made up of 180 multiple choice questions with a single option correct for duration of 3 hours (10 AM to 1PM).

  • Physics      : 45 Questions (180 marks)
  • Chemistry : 45 Questions (180 marks)
  • Zoology      : 45 Questions (180 marks)
  • Botany        : 45 Questions (180 marks)

Marking Scheme : +4 for every correct answer and -1 for every incorrect answer.

Separate merit list will be prepared and declared by the CBSE according to the direction of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI and DCI. After declaration of the result an All India merit list gets prepared by the Central Board of Secondary Education according to the eligibility conditions of Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India.

CATEGORY MARKS RANGE RANK RANGE (ALL INDIA QUOTA SEATS)
UnReserved 695 – 453 1 – 14052
OBC 453 – 450 14053 – 14905
SC 453 – 324 14200 – 61238
ST 451 – 288 14481 – 83162

Candidates who have qualified in the test will further need to attend the counselling process. Online counselling is going to be conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services. Candidates need to attend the counselling procedure according to their rank in the merit list. Counselling schedule will be updated to you soon after release of its official notification.