What is NEET?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is the country’s sole medical entrance examination, through which all medical colleges, run by the central and state governments, as well as private institutions and minority institutions, will admit students. The AIPMT is now considered as NEET Phase I or simply NEET I for students who appeared in it, while the one to be held on 24th of July will be known as NEET II. To clear the chaos, the pre-medical test will be omitted from 2017.
Can I appear for NEET?
Eligibility for NEET depends on 2 factors : Age criteria and Percentage in 10+2 or equivalent.
Check your eligibility for NEET 2017 below.
- Year of attempt
- No. of attempts
The Students from SC, ST and PwD category are given a relaxation of 5 years.
|General||10+2 or HSC||50%|
|OBC/SC/ST||10+2 or HSC||40%|
|PH/PWD||10+2 or HSC||45%|
How do I register for NEET 2017?
The NEET application form for 2017 is available online on the official website.
The application fee for the exam is listed in the table below :
Procedure to Submit Application Form:
- Visit the official website of the respective authority
- Find the link to ‘apply online’ and click the same
- Read the important instructions and complete first part of your application which is online registration
- After successfully completion of the online registration, please note down the registration number
- Once you fill and submit the online application form, you’ll be automatically redirected to fee payment page
- Choose the mode of payment and make necessary payment
- Candidates who haven’t received their online generated confirmation page their applications will be treated as cancelled
What are the NEET exam dates?
Aspirants can check out the complete NEET 2017 schedule here:
|Phase 1 (AIPMT)||First week of May 2017|
|Phase 2||First week of May 2017|
|Result||First week of June 2017|
|Counselling||After Result Announcement|
|Academic session 2017-17||Oct 1, 2017 (Tentative)|
What is the syllabus for NEET 2017?
- 01. Physical world and measurement
- 02. Kinematics
- 03. Laws of motion
- 04. Work power and energy
- 05. Motion of system of particles and rigid body
- 06. Gravitation
- 07. Properties of Bulk matter
- 08. Thermodynamics
- 09. Behavior of perfect gases and kinetic theory
- 10. Oscillations and waves
- 11. Electrostatics
- 12. Current electricity
- 13. Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
- 14. Electromagnetic induction and alternative currents
- 15. Electromagnetic waves
- 16. Optics
- 17. Dual nature of matter and radiation
- 18. Atoms and nuclei
- 19. Electronic devices
- 01. Some basic concepts in chemistry
- 02. Atomic structure
- 03. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
- 04. Chemical bonding and molecular structure
- 05. States of Matter: Liquids and Gases
- 06. Chemical thermodynamics
- 07. Redox reactions and electrochemistry
- 08. Chemical kinetics
- 09. Surface chemistry
- 10. General principles and processes of isolation of metals
- 11. Hydrogen
- 12. s-block elements
- 13. p-block elements
- 14. d and f block elements
- 15. Environmental chemistry
- 16. Purification of organic compounds
- 17. Basic principles of organic chemistry
- 18. Hydrocarbons
- 19. Solid State
- 20. Solutions
- 21. Halo alkanes and Haloarenes
- 22. Alcohols
- 23. Phenols and Ethers
- 24. Aldehydes
- 25. Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- 26. Organic compounds containing nitrogen
- 27. Polymers
- 28. Bio-molecules
- 29. Chemistry in everyday life
- 01. Diversity in Living World
- 02. Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
- 03. Cell Structure and Function
- 04. Plant Physiology
- 05. Human physiology
- 06. Reproduction
- 07. Genetics and Evolution
- 08. Biology and Human Welfare
- 09. Biotechnology and its Applications
- 10. Ecology and Environment.
What is the NEET exam pattern?
The exam is pen and paper based. It is available in English or Hindi (chosen during application). The exam is made up of 180 multiple choice questions with a single option correct for duration of 3 hours (10 AM to 1PM).
- Physics45 Questions
- Chemistry45 Questions
- Zoology45 Questions
- Botany45 Questions
Marking Scheme - +4 for every correct answer and -1 for every incorrect answer.
How should I prepare?
- It is very important to understand the NCERT syllabus which is the main material for the type of questions set by CBSE.
- First cover all the subtopics that are listed as important above. If you find that you are weak in a sub topic occurring there, give more time to read that first, for these topics are actually in focus and have been for the past years.
- Solve the past year papers and sample papers – Find AIPMT Question papers of the sample papers and try to attempt them keeping time for 3 hours and simulating exam situation which will make you get used to exam time management and pressure handling.
- Consider keeping revision notes – Maintain revision notes as and when you go through a formula or a concept as bulletin points. This will be useful closer to the exam and will be a good revision pattern that takes lesser time.
From where should I study?
Theory books :Trueman’s elementary biology Vol-I & Vol-II, Companion biology by K.Bhatti (Dinesh publication).
Objective books :Objective biology by Dinesh, AIIMS explorer by MTG publication, Trueman’s objective biology.
Theory books :Concepts of Physics by H.C.Verma, NCERT Physics: CBSE PMT by Anil Aggarwal, NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2.
Objective books :Physics for Medical Entrance Examinations by D.C Pandey (Arihant Publications).
Theory books :GR Bhatla publications by O.P Tondon.
Objective books :O.P Tondon by GR Bhatla publications, a book by Arihant publications.
Where can I find NEET's sample papers?
For NEET 2017, solve all AIPMT previous year question papers; focus on the frequently asked questions, topics and pattern. Also, focus on question papers of other exams like JIPMER, RPET and AIIMS if you are looking for a diverse practise and chances are that you will appear for more medical entrance exams other than NEET 2017.
When do I qualify?
Separate merit list/wait list will be prepared and declared by the CBSE according to the direction of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI and DCI. After declaration of the result an All India merit list gets prepared by the Central Board of Secondary Education according to the eligibility conditions of Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India.
|Category||Marks Range||Rank Range (All India Quota Seats)|
|UR||695 – 453||1 – 14052|
|OBC||453 – 450||14053 – 14905|
|SC||453 – 324||14200 – 61238|
|ST||451 – 288||14481 – 83162|
What colleges do I get through NEET?
Here is a list of some of the top medical colleges in India. NEET will be conducted only for the 15% of national quota in government medical/dental colleges all over India. Apart from the 15% allocation of all India Quota seats certain states, union territories and universities have also consented to use the merit list of NEET 2017 for admission to MBBS/BDS seats under their control:
- Himachal Pradesh
- Madhya Pradesh
- Andaman and Nicobar
- Arunachal Pradesh
- University of Delhi
- Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
- Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
- Hamdard University, New Delhi
How should I discuss my doubts?
Asking doubts and clearing them is important while preparing for NEET. Toppr brings you a community who has survived the test of time and wants to help out a real NEET aspirant.
- Will AIIMS conduct separate exam this year or will it come under NEET?
- AIPMT 2016/NEET Phase-I has been leaked; will a retest happen?
- Is MGIMS Wardha under NEET 2016-2017? Since the exam was held on April 17, will it be cancelled now?
- Shall I attend both the phases to get a better result or apply for Phase II only?