NEET 2021 Syllabus, Eligibility Criteria, Answer Key, Complete Detailed Solutions and Paper Discussion.

Feb 24, 2021 - 17:25

NEET 2021 - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility Criteria, and Exam Pattern

According to the official update by the Health and Family Welfare Ministry, this year NEET will be conducted twice. This is considered to be in line with JEE main exam conduction. NEET exam will be held in the second week of June month. NTA will release the application form for NEET 2021 soon, and there might be a possibility that the entire process is conducted online.

AS of now, there are no changes in NEET 2021 Syllabus. The ministry has decided to provide optional questions in the NEET exam that will be from the deleted portion of the CBSE syllabus. To date, there is no confirmation for the moderation in the upper age limit criteria for NEET 2021 eligibility. Regular updates regarding the NEET syllabus, important dates, eligibility criteria, application form, exam pattern, etc. will be updated on the same page soon.

 

NEET 2020 Question Paper with Solutions - PDF Download

NEET Question Paper 2020:Download

 

NEET UG 2021 Application Form, Important Dates, and Eligible Criteria

How to Fill NEET-UG 2021 Application Form?

NEET registrations will begin soon, as it was supposed to be released in the second week of Feb. hence registrations may start anytime. The whole process will be conducted online. All the steps involved are mentioned below.

  • Candidates have to register themselves first on NTA NEET 2021 official website, then only they can start with filling up the form. In the registration, process candidates have to provide a valid email-id and mobile number. The system will generate an application id and will share it on the mail
  • The candidate has to set the password. And after that only they can start filling up the form
  • Before filling up the form, it’s suggested to keep the following documents ready.
    • Scan of Photograph
    • Scan of Signature
    • Scan of thumb impression
    • Class X Passing Certificate
    • Aadhar Card or any other valid ID proof
  • Follow the steps that appear to fill-up the form.
  • Make payment and Collect the Receipt

 

NEET 2021 Important Dates:-

The information brochure will be released

Last week of February 2021

Registration will begin

Last week of February 2021

Deadline to fill the application form

Last week of March 2021

Successful transaction of application fee

Last week of March 2021

Correction window

The third week of March 2021

NEET 2021 exam day

The second week of June 2021

Eligibility Criteria:-

To appear for the NEET 2021, all candidates have to fulfill all the eligibility guidelines. All of the eligibility criteria are mentioned below-

The candidate can be a

 

  • Indian Nationals
  • Foreign Nationals
  • NRI
  • PIO
  • OCI

Candidate can be of

At least 17 years as per December 31, 2021

Candidate have to show

Class 12th passing certificate or equivalent from a recognized institute.

Minimum marks required in the qualifying examination

 

  • General: 50 percent
  • PWD: 45 percent
  • SC/ ST/ OBC: 42 percent

Total number of attempts a candidate can make

No limit specified

NEET 2021 Question Paper with Solution

1st Attempt Question Paper with Solutions PDF Download Coming Soon

2nd Attempt Question Paper with Solutions PDF Download Coming Soon

 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)-

What is the NEET Exam?

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, commonly known as NEET or NEET-UG, is an all-India medical entrance examination in India for undergraduates, who are aspiring to become a doctor. Qualifying NEET Exam is a compulsion for the aspirants who want to take admission to the undergraduate medical courses (MBBS and BDS) in any government or private college. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts this exam in India.

What will be the changes in NEET 2021 Syllabus, will it be according to the Reduced CBSE Syllabus?

The NEET 2021 syllabus will not be based on the reduced CBSE syllabus. Some of the topics are deleted from the CBSE syllabus, due to some reasons but they are still there in the NEET syllabus.

Will the Delayed Schedule of NEET 2021 Affect Admissions?

There is a delay in NEET Exam 2021, and because of this, there may be a delay in admissions as well. There is no official notification yet.

Is 400 a Good Score in NEET 2021?

The qualifying marks criteria in the NEET exam are 50% for the General category, 45% for the PWD category, and 40% for SC/ST Category. Considering this, 400 is definitely considered to be a good score in NEET. Also, there is a good probability of getting a Gov. College with this score.

Will there be optional Questions in NEET 2021?

Yes. Like the previous years, optional questions will be there in NEET 2021, from the topics that are included or excluded in CBSE 12th syllabus.

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