NEET 2018 Sample Question Papers: An Exhaustive List
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or the NEET – UG is an entrance examination for students who wish to apply for graduate medical courses like MBBS, dental courses like BDS or post graduate courses like MD/MS in government or private colleges in India. NEET-UG for MBBS and BDS is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education and it replaced the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) and the Supreme Court ruling that no private entities can conduct their own entrance test for medical courses makes it the go to exam for medical colleges in India. As the second phase of the new NEET exam will happen soon, here are some NEET 2018 sample question papers for you to solve and practice.
NEET 2018 Sample Question Papers
The sudden announcement of phase two might have cause a little panic but if you have prepared well for phase one, you have nothing to worry about. Practice as many sample papers and practice questions as you can. Remember to time your exam as if you are actually giving the exam on the exam day. It is always a good practice to do this in order to get accustomed to the fatigue or tediousness one might feel after giving 2 to 3 hours of strenuous attention.
The following are a mix of the precious year PMT and AIIMS papers. Since NEET has been reintroduced to include a new model that restructures AIPMT in the form of its “Phase 2” it is better to actually practice previous year PMT and AIIMS question papers and sample papers.
Following are some of Toppr’s Tips and Tricks for preparing for the exam in the last 3 months:
- Practice Managing Time: NEET is a time based test. It is important to solve the easier questions/the questions from the concepts the candidate is strong in. Building the skill of judging the level of question asked is necessary.
- Solve a paper – A set of questions timed: Solve a sample paper a week by timing yourself. This is how you build your speed for the exam necessary. The recollection speed of the concepts would also improve this way.
- Notes: While preparing, write down the important concepts that you feel that you need to come back, no matter how the difficult of the topic is. Once the preparation of that topic is done, refer to these notes that you’ve prepared to strengthen your roots.
- Stick to the syllabus: There wouldn’t be any out of the blue questions in NEET. Stick to the syllabus during preparation.