NEET 2023 is a pen-paper test conducted in the offline mode where
in OMR sheets must be filled with answers
No. NEET is so far conducted annually. Officially, no statement has been passed, suggesting otherwise. NEET 2023 shall be conducted on 7th May 2023.
There are no restrictions on the maximum NEET attempt limit 2023.
NEET now serves as the single entrance exams to seek admissions for medical courses across the country dismissing JIPMER and AIIMS
The NTA (National Testing Agency) is the regulatory body for NEET exams since the year 2019
Yes, you can appear for NEET exams with a year gap. The previously set out amendment by the MCI was revoked by Delhi High Court wherein now candidates with a gap of a year can appear for NEET
Officials have uprooted the rule on upper age limit, where there is no such cap now. Hence, candidates must meet the lower age limit of 17 years compulsorily, however, there is no restriction on the upper age limit. But, all other criteria should be met
Candidates must ensure they meet the following criteria compulsorily:
Must have attained 17 years of age as of December 31st of that year. If born on December 31st, that is also considered.
Must have completed class 12 or equivalent exams from a centrally recognized or state board with major subjects being – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English
Qualifying marks – general category – 50% for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40%
OCIs, PIOs, NRIs and foreign nationals can apply
Yes, Candidates passing 10+2 as private candidates or from open schools with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and shall have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the case of general category and 40% Marks in the case of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes will also be eligible for NEET.
Yes. Candidates who have studied biology as an additional subject shall be permitted
General category – 1700 rupees
EWS – 1600 rupees
Other Categories – 900 rupees
Can be done through online mode, net banking, debit/credit cards or even UPI through SBI/Canara/ICICI/HDFC.
Candidates must visit the official website to fill the NEET application form
This is due to the bank server connectivity issue. If you face this issue, it is recommended to wait for at least 24 hours. If it is not yet generated, pay the fee once again and take a printout of the confirmation page. The excess amount will be refunded automatically into the same account from where the amount was remitted. Contact the bank if the issue still persists.
Candidates must ensure that they submit the application form within a maximum time span of 30 minutes as the session expires immediately after 30 minutes. Save one part of the form as a draft, continue this similarly before starting a new one. This way, data is not lost. It is recommended to keep the required data handy before commencing
Generation of confirmation page means the fee is successfully paid. Details of the payment will be given in the bottom-most part of the confirmation page.
The photographs must be taken on or after 01.01.2023 preferably indicating clearly the name of the candidate along with the date of taking the photograph. Photographs should not be with cap or goggles. The focus needs to be on the face (80% face coverage, ears clearly visible, white background)
Application once submitted cannot be drawn out. The application fee is not refundable.
NTA provides the correction window facility once the application form filling concludes. Only some fields can be rectified such as – birthplace, question paper medium, choice of NEET exam cities, address, academic details, parents’ name
Yes, the qualifying code can be edited. Login credentials should be used for the same
Those candidates who have uploaded a blurry image will be informed through mail to upload a clear image as per the specifications laid down by the NTA. These images must be uploaded within the specified time period. Login credentials are sufficient to upload a passport size photo
Officials have issued a notice that photos without a name, date or white background will not be rejected
The address can be edited through the NEET correction window facility. One must use login credentials to make this change
No, the option of language once submitted cannot be changed. This is because allotment of centers is carried out basis the medium of the question paper
It is not a matter of concern as candidates can apply to any state except J&K for AIQ seats in NEET. However, the best pick, in this case, would be to choose the state where the permanent address of the candidate is or to go for the state where the applicant has complete domicile eligibility for 85% state quota seats
Candidates can enter the earliest year of passing if they have taken up an improvement exam to obtain good scores and not because they didn’t achieve success. If not cleared and preparing to appear again for some subjects, then enter as appearing and select code 01 as the code of the qualifying exam
Yes, the fee that is not updated will be refunded in a matter of 7 working days
The Test pattern of NEET (UG) – 2023 comprises four Subjects. Each subject will consist of two sections. Section A will consist of 35 Questions and Section B will have 15 Questions, out of these 15 Questions, candidates can choose to attempt any 10 Questions. So, the total number of questions and utilization of time will remain the same.
Topics – Physics, Chemistry, Zoology & Botany
Number of questions – 200
Maximum marks – 720 marks
Exam medium – 13 languages
Exam mode – offline, pen-paper test
Physics – 50 questions
Chemistry – 50 questions
Zoology – 50 questions
Botany – 50 questions
NEET Syllabus covers NCERT syllabus from classes 11 & 12 of Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany subjects
Objective type questions will be asked.
4 marks will be allotted for every right response. 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect response. No marks will be awarded if left unanswered.
You must enter the password and registration number to download the admit card. One can download the admit card if the candidate has a confirmation page and status cannot be checked.
If unable to download the admit card from the official website, get in touch with the exam conducting officials immediately. It can be intimated to the officials through e-mail.
Along with the admit card, one must carry these to the exam centre – passport size photo, one photo affixed onto the attendance sheet, valid Id proof
If forgotten or lost, you can retrieve it by:
Visiting official website
Clicking on ‘forgot registration number’ option under current events
Login with name, parents’ name, DOB, security pin and category
For downloading the admit card, an application number will be sent on the mail id registered
After downloading the NEET admit card, candidates will be sent a soft copy of the same to their registered mail ID. In case it is lost, you can check your mail and retrieve it
The NEET exams commence from 2 pm onwards. One can enter the hall 2 hours prior, from 12 pm onwards. No candidate shall be allowed to enter the Examination Centre after 1:30 pm.
Have a calm mind frame
Avoid panicking, indulge in relaxing activities
Skim through some question papers to see if you have not missed out on anything. Avoid solving questions
Have a sound sleep, your mind needs to relax
Wear light colours, T-shirts/half-sleeved shirts. Full shirts are not permitted
Kurta-pyjamas are not allowed
No fancy pockets, zips, big buttons or even embroidery
Wear sandals, slippers as shoes are not permitted
Prefer light colours. Avoid elaborate prints, embroidery, zips, sleeves, brooches, buttons
Wear sandals and slippers (low-heeled), shoes are not permitted, strictly
Suggested to not wear jewellery, belts, watches or any such accessories
Yes, there is a difference. The official set of answer keys is released by the NTA whereas the ones released by coaching institutes may not be as accurate as of the official ones. These answer keys are released just so students get an approximate score. However, these cannot be considered as the final ones
One needs to ensure not to consider these as the final ranks/scores. This is just for one to get an idea, an approximate figure. Candidates must wait until the final set of answer keys are released officially by the NTA. In any case of discrepancy, you can then challenge the question by paying a non-refundable processing fee of ₹ 200/- per question challenged.
Yes, candidates will be provided with a chance to challenge the OMR sheet and NEET UG Answer key 2023. The fee for each equation to challenge is Rs 200/- and this is a non-refundable amount. Once challenged, responses are verified by NTA, if found correct, answer key shall undergo a revision, thus the preparation of the revised set of answer key leading to the declaration of results. Please note that candidates will not be intimated about the acceptance or rejection of challenge. You will have to visit the official site and check for it
It is the percentage of a score falling below a particular score in a group. It can be calculated as provided below:
Formula based on score:
Your score * 100/topper’s marks
Formula based on rank:
Total number of candidates – rank/total number of candidates * 100
No. Only the NEET results will be announced. State merit list will not be released on the day of the result declaration. Candidates selected under the 15% AIQ category are eligible to take part in the counseling process. The state counseling officials use NEET scores to generate the state merit list for candidates seeking admissions under the 85% state quota. Based on the merit rank in the state rank list, admissions will be allowed to the medical institutes
If this is the case, you can still wait for the state merit list to be released. But you have to apply for 85% state quota seats if you are a domicile of that state.
NEET scorecard is the candidate’s result scheduled to be announced soon, having the following details:
Name of the candidate
AIR (All India Rank)
NEET rank letter is available for download to only the 15% AIQ merit list candidates
Once the results are released, the NEET cut-off will also be announced. The cut-off will be decided based on these aspects – the total number of candidates appearing for exams, level of difficulty of exams, availability of seats under each category, and institutes.
NEET cut-off is determined by the factors mentioned above, which can be decided only after the exam takes place. Once the exam concludes, the experts at various coaching institutes compose the cut-off for NEET-UG and release it..