NEET is an offline exam conducted in the conventional pen and paper mode. NEET Syllabus is divided into four subjects - Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Students need to complete all the 97 chapters of NEET Syllabus in order to score good rank in NEET Exam. Also, it is important to know the steps to register for NEET application form. Aspirants of NEET seeking admission at the undergraduate level are advised to check the eligibility criteria of NEET.
Every year more than ten lakh students appear for NEET Exam but how to know which college is good for you. A right college involves a number of factors such as college fees, location, facilities, exposure and placements.
The exam has been scheduled, the preparation has begun. But wait, where to give the exam? Like a hot knife through butter, this article will prove to be your best mate as it guides you through the questions revolving around exam centres. Read the most important information you need to know about NEET Cutoff and NEET Result.
First things First. Your success in an exam is defined by the amount of hard work you put in. Yet, your choice of an easily accessible exam center will determine how comfortably and where you write your exam. As such, it may be a contributing factor to either a boosted morale or a lowered morale. As such it is advised that you examine the list of examination centers thoroughly. Check out the NEET Previous year papers here.
In order to choose the exam center of most convenience to you, follow these guidelines:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is conducted in 11 languages. The allotment of the examination centre depends upon the medium of language chosen by you, the candidate in the admission form. The following list elucidates the choices:
|Medium of Paper||Exam Centre Region|
|English, Hindi and Urdu||All NEET Centres|
|English, Hindi, Urdu and Assamese||NEET Centres in Assam|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali||NEET Centres in West Bengal and Tripura|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Gujarati||NEET Centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Marathi||NEET Centres in Maharashtra|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Tamil||NEET Centres in Tamil Nadu|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Telugu||NEET Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Oriya||NEET Centres in Odisha|
|English, Hindi, Urdu, and Kannada||NEET Centres in Karnataka|
The candidates can pick from the 10 language choices which are available to them, and only accordingly will the region of their exam center be determined.
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You are not only required to list their top 3 priorities in the order of their preference, but are also required to fill in the corresponding city code. You can find these codes in this list. Close attention is advised while deciding on a suitable exam centre, as the choices cannot be edited once submitted.
|State/Union Territories||City||City Code|
|Andaman & Nicobar||Port Blair||1101|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Dadra & Nagar Haveli||1801|
|Daman & Diu||Daman||1901|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Jammu||2501|
|West Bengal||24 Pargana (North)||4601|
“All efforts will be made by NTA to consider the comfort and convenience of candidates, including for those falling under PwD, while allotting Centres” states the official notification."
In general, NEET follows stringent criteria and as such, there are several exam day instructions which the candidates are advised to keep in mind:
The doors to the examination centre will be opened at 7:30 A.M., 2.5 hours prior to the examination. Moreover, candidates will not be allowed to enter once the clock strikes 9:30 A.M., as the entry doors will be shut at that time. Candidates are thus recommended to reach the centre accordingly. Here's the list of some more important guidelines for NEET Exam Day. Better safe than sorry, right?