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NEET or National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) which is an independent, autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organisation. This is an entrance test conducted every year through which the qualified candidates get admitted in reputed medical institutions in India. The Human Resource Development ministry has introduced many changes from the year 2019 in conducting this examinations. The admissions to medical courses such as MBBS/BDS are fulfilled based on the NEET score of the candidates.

Prestigious medical institutions such as AIIMS and JIPMER admits the students based on their NEET performance. The NEET was to be conducted on May 3rd, but due the current scenario, the date is now postponed to July 26. NTA will conduct NEET for under graduate medical courses in offline (pen and paper mode) on a single day in a single shift. The exam duration will be of three hours and will have question based on Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The syllabus of the exams will be based on 11th and 12th NCERT science textbooks.

To crack this entrance test, a candidate should have a thorough knowledge of the NCERT textbooks. One should also revise regularly and attempt mock test to increase the time management skills. Revision based on previous question papers is highly recommended.

 The mock exams can be accessed from https://nta.ac.in/Quiz

Work hard and all the best for your exams.