NEET is a national level examination managed by NTA. The candidates who desire to get admissions in medical courses must qualify from the entrance test. The questions of NEET come from subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zooloy. There are 180 questions from each subject that bear 720 marks. The question paper of NEET is an intermediate level based therefore revising 11th and 12th standard Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany books that are following CBSE Syllabus is a must. The NEET Exam also has negative marking. Every year there are more and more candidates who apply for NEET Exam to follow a career in medical science.
Before appearing for any competitive exam, the applicants should be aware of the details of the examination Procedure.
Follow these NEET Exam 2020 details that can help candidates to prepare for the examination:
Candidates should pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English individually. A 50% aggregate in Biology, Physics, and Biology is a must for general category students.
The minimum age for aspirants to apply for NEET-UG is 17 years, for state and all India quota seats. 5 years of easing for SC, ST, OBC. The upper age limit is 25 years.