Facts, Syllabus & Pattern
How to apply for NEET
Results and Cut-off
How to Prepare for NEET
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is held yearly to help students secure admission to the top medical institutions in India. In 2018, more than 13 lakh candidates gave NEET in 103 cities.
The minimum age limit for all candidates is 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
The maximum age limit for NEET is 25 years for general candidates and 30 years for reserved candidates.
You must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology, any other elective subject with English.
As a general category candidate, you require a minimum aggregate score of 50% in your 10+2 or equivalent examination.
As an OBC, SC or ST candidate, you require a minimum aggregate score of 40%.
As a SC-PH, ST-PH or OBC-PH candidate, you require a minimum aggregate score of 40%.
As a PH, PwD or Gen-PH candidate, you require a minimum aggregate score of 45%.
You can attempt the exam as many times as you want till the age of 25.
The admit card of NEET 2019 will be available online or at the CSC centre. It contains information such as your roll number, registration number, exam centre address etc.
To download the admit card, follow these steps:
* Dates are tentative and subject to change.
For NEET 2019, solve all of NEET and AIPMT previous year’s question papers. Focus on frequently asked questions, topics and patterns. Also focus on question papers of other exams like JIPMER, RPET and AIIMS if you’re looking for more practice. Chances are, you’re likely going to appear for more medical entrance exams other than just NEET 2019.
Q1: Which colleges can I get into after giving NEET?
Ans: All central and state government colleges, as well as private institutions and minority institutions, will admit students on the basis of their NEET scores.