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NEET - The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test

NTA is going to conduct NEET 2021 in an offline mode on August 1. Candidates who have passed or appearing for. Due to the postponement of class 12 board exams, the NEET Registration process has been delayed. Check NEET 2021 Important Dates. NEET is the only national level exam for admission in MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, Veterinary, etc courses in India. NEET 2021 to be conducted in 11 languages once this year. All the important details like type of questions, pattern of exam, etc will be released with NEET 2021 official brochure. Also, with a reduction in the syllabus of board classes, NEET question paper might have internal choices.

NEET 2021 Exam Date
Events Date
NEET 2021 Exam Date (Out) August 1, 2021
NEET 2021 Application Form Date 3rd week of May 2021
Last date to fill NEET Application Form 3rd week of June 2021
Availability of admit card 1st week of July 2021
Declaration of result 4th week of August 2021
Counselling will commence from September 2021
NEET Exam 2021 Highlights
Particulars Details
Exam Name NEET
Exam Frequency Once a year
Official website of NTA NEET ntaneet.nic.in
Exam Conducting authority National Testing Agency
Number of registered aspirants in the previous session 15.97 lakh aspirants
Total Candidates appeared for NEET in 2020 90%
Credentials Required to Login NEET Portal Roll number, date of birth and security pin
NEET Cutoff percentile UR – 50 SC/ST/OBC – 40 UR PWD – 45
Validity of NEET Result For academic session
Admission through NEET Exam 15% All India Quota seats, 85% State Quota seats
Courses offered through NEET Exam MBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, etc.

NEET 2021 exam dates have been released, and the application dates are also expected to be announced within a month’s time. CBSE has postponed the dates of Class 12 Board examinations and other boards are also likely to follow suit.

 NEET 2021 will be held in 11 languages in pen-paper mode. The syllabus will also remain unchanged. 

As per the official notice by NTA, NEET UG Result 2021 may be used by other Central/State Governments colleges including Indian Nursing Council/ Nursing Colleges/ Schools, JIPMER for admission in courses like B.Sc. (Nursing) and B.Sc. (Life Sciences) in accordance with the rules & regulations of those colleges. 

JIPMER has officially announced that the institute will use only NEET scores for admission in B.Sc Nursing and Allied Health Science programs from this session onwards. 

According to NEET 2021 Eligibility Criteria, a candidate who has passed or appearing for the class 12 exam can register for NEET. The upper age limit has been relaxed but candidates have to fulfill the lower age limit i.e. 17 years.

Particulars 

Details 

Nationality

Indian nationals, OCI, NRIs

Qualifying Exam

Must have passed the 10+2 examination or its equivalent in PCB

Qualifying Marks 

GN – 50% marks GN-PH – 45% SC/ST & OBC – 40% 

Age Limit 

17 years as on 31st Dec 2021, No upper age limit

NEET 2021 Registration

NEET 2021 Registration can be completed online by visiting the official website of NTA NEET i.e. ntaneet.nic.in. NEET 2021 Application Form date is expected in the 3rd week of May. The steps for NEET 2021 Registration are mentioned below:

Step 1: NEET Registration – Visit the official website register online by providing accurate details to generate NEET Registration No. and Password.

Step 2: Filling NEET Application Form – Use your registration and password to login to the official website and enter your personal and academic details, test center as per your preference.

Step 3: Uploading of Documents – Upload passport size photograph, signature, and other documents are per the guidelines of NTA.

Step 4: Payment of NEET Registration Fees – NEET application fees can be paid online i.e. INR 1500 for GN, INR 1400 for EWS, and INR 800 for other category candidates.

Step 5: Submit NEET Application Form – The last step is to save and submit the application form.

NEET 2021 Form Correction window will also be opened by NTA. During that time candidates will be allowed to edit a few details only like:

Mother’s and Father’s Name

Gender and Category

Person with Disability status

NTA has not announced any changes in NEET Exam Pattern 2021 yet. The exam will be conducted in 11 languages in a pen-paper mode. However, considering the reduction in the syllabus by various boards, NEET 2021 Question paper will have internal options. Other important changes in NEET Exam Pattern will be released with the official brochure.


NEET Exam 2021 Highlights
Particulars Details
Exam Name NEET
Exam Frequency Once a year
Official website of NTA NEET ntaneet.nic.in
Exam Conducting authority National Testing Agency
Number of registered aspirants in the previous session 15.97 lakh aspirants
Total Candidates appeared for NEET in 2020 90%
Credentials Required to Login NEET Portal Roll number, date of birth and security pin
NEET Cutoff percentile UR – 50 SC/ST/OBC – 40 UR PWD – 45
Validity of NEET Result For academic session
Admission through NEET Exam 15% All India Quota seats, 85% State Quota seats
Courses offered through NEET Exam MBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, etc.

MoE had released the official notice stating that NEET syllabus 2021 will remain unchanged. Candidates will have to prepare for NEET 2021 based on the complete syllabus of class 11 & 12. The 3 subjects that you need to prepare are – Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (Zoology and Botany).

NEET Subject Wise Syllabus Total Units in Syllabus Weightage
NEET Biology Syllabus

Class 11 – 5 Units

Class 12 – 5 Units

50%
NEET Physics Syllabus

Class 11 – 10 Units

Class 12 – 11 Units

25%
NEET Chemistry Syllabus

Class 11 – 14 Units

Class 12 – 16 Units

25%

Difficulty Level of NEET Previous Year Question Paper

Candidates can check the comparison of the difficulty level of questions of 2020 & 2019 NEET exam.

Level Easy Questions Medium Level Questions Difficult Questions
Subject/ Year In 2020 In 2019 In 2020 In 2019 In 2020 In 2019
Biology (Botany + Zoology) 13 + 13 65 11 + 20 18 19 + 14 7
Physics 25 20 16 16 4 9
Chemistry 14 28 22 16 9 1
Total 65 113 69 46 46 17

NEET Best Books

Best Books for NEET 2021

Applicants should do well with their 11th and 12th grade NCERT textbooks and should go through the same process at least twice before referring to any other textbook as it is considered the best source for NEET preparation. Some of the books are mentioned below.

Name of the Book Publications/ Author Name
Objective NCERT at your fingertips for NEET AIIMS – Physics MTG Editorial Board
Complete NEET Guide: Biology MTG Editorial Board
Organic Chemistry for NEET A Textbook for Inorganic Chemistry M.S Chouhan R.K Gupta

Candidates can build a preparation strategy based on the weightage of topics. This way you can segregate the important topics and give special attention.

Important Topics Weightage of Topics
Human Physiology 12%
Biomolecules 10%
Biological Classification 9%
Coordination Compounds 9%
Thermodynamics 8%
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Solutions etc 5%
Optics 10%
Electro statistics, Electronic Devices, Thermodynamics etc 9%
Current Electricity, Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents etc 8%

To crack NEET it is important for any candidate to have an ideal strategy and study plan comprising of subject-wise tips, recommended books, and coaching if required. It is important for candidates to follow a proper schedule and study plan to ace the examination.

Distribution of Syllabus in Various Levels

Applicants can divide the syllabus of 3 subjects into different levels to keep the check at the level of their preparation. This will help you get an idea of the topics you have covered and the number of topics remaining. A sample syllabus is provided in the table below:

Physics Level 1 for Week 1 Physics Level 2 for Week 2 Biology Level 1 for Week 1
Mechanics Modern Physics Morphology
Electrodynamics Heat and thermodynamics Anatomy
Optics Waves Photosynthesis
Simple Harmonic Motion Electronic Devices Genetics
Gravitation Kinematics Molecular basis of inheritance

Similarly, candidates can create various levels for all the 3 subjects to complete their NEET Syllabus.


NEET Admit Card 2021

NEET Admit Card 2021 will be released a month before the exam date on the official website. Successfully registered applicants will be able to download their NEET Admit Card by logging in to their accounts.

Candidates can check the important details like exam date, time, exam center details, etc in their NEET admit card 2021.

Candidates will have to carry the NEET Admit Card 2021 along with a valid ID proof to the exam center.


NEET Result 2021

NEET result 2021 will be declared soon after the conclusion of the exam. Medical aspirants who attended the exam can check their results on the official website of NTA NEET.


What is a NEET test?

NEET is a National Eligibility cum Entrance Test conducted by NTA ie National Testing Agency. NEET is the only entry test for those wishing to be admitted to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, Veterinary, and other medical studies in India. Last year about 16 lakh students registered for the exam and 85-90% were registered for the exam. In addition, the AIIMS and JIPMER MBBS exams have been canceled and in order to be admitted to these institutions, you must appear in the NEET exam only. After qualifying for the NEET election they will be able to secure more than 75,000 MBBS seats and 25,000 BDS seats nationwide.

NEET Result 2021

NEET result 2021 will be declared soon after the conclusion of the exam. Medical aspirants who attended the exam can check their results on the official website of NTA NEET.

NEET result 2021 will be announced in the scorecard format.

NEET result will be applicable for admissions in all the medical colleges in India including AIIMS and JIPMER.

Candidates should save a copy of their NEET Scorecard for future references.

The important details mentioned in your NEET 2021 Scorecard are Subject wise Percentile score obtained, Overall Percentile score, Total marks scored out of 720, NEET AIR – All India Rank, NEET category rank, NEET 2020 Cut off.

NEET 2021 Merit List

The National Testing Authority (NTA) will release the NEET Merit list and provide it to the counselling body i.e. DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The merit list will be derived on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates. Three types of merit lists will be prepared by the authorities:

NEET Merit List Rank Provided
All India Merit List All India Rank (AIR)
AIQ Merit List All India Quota (AIQ) Rank
States’ Merit Lists State Rank
NEET Cut off 2021

Applicants who plan to appear on the test will be required to qualify for a NEET Cut percentile and scores to gain access to MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH programs. In 2020 due to vacant seats in the AYUSH and BDS programs, the official dropped the eligible percentile by 10. See the original and revised percentile in the table below.

Category Original NEET percentile Revised NEET percentile for BDS & AYUSH programs
General 50th 40th
General-PH 45th 35th
SC/ST/OBC 40th 30th
SC/ST/OBC-PH 40th 30th
NEET Cut off scores

Candidates can also check the original and revised cut-off marks mentioned in the table below. However, aspirants must note that the change in the percentile and scores was only for the 2020 session and it is not necessary the authority will reduce the cut off for the upcoming session also.

Category Original NEET Cut off scores (2020) Revised AYUSH cut off scores (2020)
Unreserved 720-147 720-113
UR PwD 146-129 112-99
SC/ST/OBC 146-113 112-87
SC/ST/OBC PwD 128-113 112-87
NEET Counselling 2021 Medical Counselling Committee MCC conducts NEET Counselling for 15% AIQ seats. The all India level counselling is conducted in 3 rounds and if the seats still left vacant after the completion of round 3 then the authority will conduct the mop rundof counselling. The steps of counseling are mentioned below: First of all, candidates have to register for NEET Counselling at the official website of MCC and make a payment. After that, you will get the opportunity of Choice Filling and Seat Locking. Then the result of the counselling round will be declared in an online mode.

Who is Eligible for NEET Counselling?
Candidates qualifying NEET are eligible for admission. For GN category the qualifying percentile is 50. For OBC/SC/ST category the qualifying percentile is 40. For GN-PH category the qualifying percentile is 40. For OBC/SC/ST-PH category the qualifying percentile is 40. Best Medical Colleges in India 2021
Name of the College NIRF Ranking 2020 NIRF Ranking 2019
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS Delhi 1 1
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, PGIMER Chandigarh 2 2
Christian Medical College, CMC Tamil Nadu 3 3
National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences, Karnataka 4 NA
Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, UP 5 4
Banaras Hindu University, BHU UP 6 6
Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kerala 7 5
Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Pondicherry 8 8
Kasturba Medical College, Karnataka 9 7
King George`s Medical University, UP 10 10
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