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Last chance to improve the NEET 2020 application and change the examination centers. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has allowed the candidates to appear for the NEET examination for the last time to make changes. Earlier, NTA had extended the application improvement window till May 3. Now candidates can improve their application till May 31 (5 pm) and make changes in the examination centers.
NEET is one of the important entrance exams to get into the Medical stream. In this exam, questions are asked from class 11th and 12th syllabus. Questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are asked. Students can opt for this exam in both Hindi and English languages. Let us tell you in the NEET exam the negative marking is done. Candidates have to answer 180 questions in three hours.
The candidates had complained to the NTA about the unavailability of resources during the lockdown. After this, the NTA has extended the application reform till May 31. NEET exam will be done in 154 centers and more than 15 lakh candidates will appear for this exam. Students will get admission in medical courses through this entrance test in 1632 colleges. The minimum age of candidates appearing for this examination should be 17 years and maximum age of fewer than 25 years. For success in NEET, it is mandatory to bring 50% number to the candidates of General category and 45% to the candidates of PW category and 40% to the candidates of SC / ST / OBC category.
Important points for NEET Exam Aspirants:
- More than 15 lakh candidates appear for the NEET exam.
- Total of 154 exam centers will conduct the exam
- After clearing the exam, the candidate will be eligible to apply for 1632 medical colleges
- The minimum age of candidates should be 17 years and maximum age of fewer than 25 years.
- General category candidates require a 50% number for success in NEET.
- It is mandatory to bring a 45% number of candidates of the PW category and 40% to candidates of the SC / ST / OBC category.
- The NEET exam asks 90 questions from biology, 45 questions from physics, and 45 from chemistry.
- The physics section is considered to be the most difficult among all the sections of this exam.
- A total of 45 questions of 180 marks are asked.