NEET Admit Cards For Phase 2 Released:
As we all know, the NEET Admit Cards (for the 2nd phase of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) are available on the official website for download. If you have not downloaded the admit card/Hall ticket yet you can find it here.
The NEET Admit cards are provided to all the eligible candidates who were not able to go through NEET phase 1. NEET II will be conducted on 24th July 2016 and the combined results of NEET I and II will be declared on August 17.The counselling procedure will commence by September end.
Admit cards/Hall tickets are provided so that eligible candidates get to give the test. The card contains certain personal details about the candidate so that identification becomes easy.The admit card must be in a good shape otherwise there are high chances one might not be allowed into the examination hall.Its important to make multiple copies of the admit card.This helps in the event of losing the admit card.
Laminating the admit card is one of the nest ways to maintain the card.India being a large country with different geographical conditions at one time like rains, hailstorm,sandstorm etc.To protect the admit card fro any weather related damage lamination is the best bet.
Since the admit card is the only thing which can lead you into the hall, one must prepare for a situation of sabotage where someone could intentionally or unintentionally hide/obstruct the card from you.To avoid such a situation, make multiple copies and keep them at safe places. Before the exam make sure you have a admit card with all the details printed correctly and remember to keep it in your pocket.
Do not write anything on the admit card before or during the exam.Using unfair means during competitive exams is a risk only a fool would take. Most examiners are take writing on the Admit card/Hall ticket as using unfair means and may take action.
So keep your card safe by following the above and prepare your nest for NEET II !
Here‘s our experts’ guide to the final month preparations for NEET Phase II.
All the best!