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So finally, NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is back. The Supreme Court made it very clear that NEET will function as an entrance test for all central government and state government colleges as well as all the private and minority colleges. All those students who wish to apply for MBBS, BDS or post graduate courses like MS and MD must take a look at the model papers for the exam.

Around 6.3 lakh students gave AIPMT this year which was held on 1st May 2016. According to the Supreme Court, this would be now considered as NEET phase 1. A second NEET, NEET phase 2 will be held on 24th of July. The Supreme Court also said that those who were not able to appear for AIPMT can appear for NEET phase 2 and also those students who have appeared for AIPMT or NEET phase 1 can appear for NEET phase 2 but for them their NEET phase 2 marks will only be considered and NEET phase 1 marks will be ignored.

NEET 2016 will be a pen and paper based exam which will be held on 24th of July at various centres across the country. The duration of the paper will be 3 hours and the paper pattern will be as follows:

There will be 180 multiple choice questions with single correct answer. 

The subject wise distribution is


All questions will carry equal marks. Students will be given 4 marks for each correct answer that they give but they will lose 1 mark for each incorrect answer that they give.

We will be posting links to NEET exam model papers 2016 and we hope that this will help you all.


You could also find important chapters for last minute revision as well as the paper pattern for NEET 2016.

Solving these NEET exam model papers will definitely help you crack the exam. All the best 🙂

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