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NEET- UG is one of the toughest medical school entrance exams administered in India. Previously, NEET was administered by the CBSE. However, starting in 2019, the National Examination Agency (NTA) administers the exam for MBBS, BDS, Ayush Course, and Veterinary Medicine admissions. NEET full form is - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. According to the Indian government, eligibility for NEET is a prerequisite for studying medical courses in India and abroad.

Candidates should understand the admissions process, the pattern of the exam, and how many times the NEET exam is conducted in a year. It is a national-level exam. NEET exam time duration is 3 hours. Exam mode is offline. With pen and paper, Candidates must answer a total of 180 multiple-choice questions. The total score for the exam is 720 points. Your approach needs to be driven by your desire to become a doctor and your motivation to save lives. NEET takes time but should be rewarding. However, how easy or difficult it is for you depends on your effort, dedication, and preparation. Everyone has different experiences of success or failure as a NEET, but their dedication stands out.

When NEET exam stress robs you of your effort, confidence, and attitude, you become your worst rival. The competition is so fierce that you can be eliminated from the race by just one point. The pressure is great. So focus on what you can bring rather than the difficulty of the exam. Accuracy and speed are required here to pass the NEET. Do your best, stay focused, and recite only the NEETs over the next few months. It is one of the most prestigious exams in India and many career opportunities in medicine offer great job satisfaction and the potential to help people as doctors, surgeons, researchers, medical consultants, and other roles.

The registration fee is INR 1600 for general candidates and INR 1500 for OBC, and candidates from scheduled castes and tribes, and candidates with disabilities have to pay only INR 900. On the official website, www.ntaneet.nic.in, applicants can register for the exam and submit the necessary paperwork. The NEET exam maximum age limit is 25 years and the minimum age limit of a candidate to apply for the NEET UG is 17 years.

You can check your NEET Rank on the basis of NEET marks with the help of NEET Rank Predictor Tool.

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The NEET 2024 exam date (National Testing Agency NEET exam) will be held in May 2024 (Tentative)

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NEET is compulsory for Indian/Foreign candidates seeking admission to an Indian Medical College.
  • General age limit: 17 years old at the time registration 

  • Qualification: A candidate taking or taking the 12th grade may apply for NEET. Their admission is only verified after they pass the 12th-grade exam.

  • Score: Passed the first year of the University’s three-year degree course in PCB 

  • Number of Attempts: Candidates may attempt NEET as often as they desire until they reach the maximum age limit.

Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern
  • NEET is a one-step entrance exam that grants admission to medical degree programs nationwide. All accreditations to JIPMER and AIIMS under NMC Act incorporated within his NEET and above all trials were eliminated. In this case, applicants are more likely to have anxiety about NEET. 
  • Understanding the NEET pattern at an early stage is important in raising the level of exam preparation. The NEET 2024 exam date template specifies details such as exam type, exam type, language, duration, question types, and official scoring scheme. So without a good understanding of the 2024 Neat exam pattern, you are not well prepared for the Neat exam.
  • The NTA will conduct its NEET in pen and paper-based mode for his 3 hours and 20 minutes and the NEET 2024 exam date will be published, with candidates following his prescribed NEET syllabus and asking multiple-choice questions from the Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. Answer (MCQ). Candidates seeking more information about the NEET 2024 exam pattern can read the following article to learn about exam levels, question types and numbers, scoring schemes, and other relevant information. 

Exam Name

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency

Mode of the examination



3 hours and 20 minutes

Total Questions

200 out of which 180 questions will have to be answered

Total Marks

720 Marks

Question Type


Marking Scheme

+4 marks for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

NEET Languages

English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Malayalam, Kannada, Punjabi and Urdu

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Exam Syllabus

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Test Centers

As NTA NEET 2024 exam date is tentative and nothing can be said with certainty. Though the test centers for NTA NEET 2023 are given. The centers in 499 cities across India and abroad. Exam timings are from 2:00 pm to 5:20 pm.

The NEET exam centres are as follows:

Agra, Amaravathi, Araria, Ariyalur, Aurangabad, Bagalkot, Banaskantha, Bareilly, Bhagalpur, Bhandara, Bhind, Bidar, Blair, Chandrapur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Daman & Diu, Darbhanga, Delhi, Gadchiroli, Gandhinagar, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Gurugram, Hoshangabad, Jammu, Jamnagar, Junagarh, Kurukshetra, Mangalore, Morena, Mumbai, Nashik, New Patna, Port Prayagraj, Ramanathapuram, Ratlam, Silvassa, Srinagar, Surat, Thanjavur, Thiruvananthapuram Ujjain, Vijayawada, Vishakapatnam, etc.


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Result statistics
  • A total of 1,813,436 candidates have taken the NEET UG 2023 exam, of which 10,30,767 have passed. The overall pass rate was 57.2%, slightly lower than the previous year's pass rate of 58.06%. 

  • These figures reflect the competitive and rigorous nature of the exam. The cutoff values ​​for each category of NEET UG 2023 are as follows:

  • General category 720 points, OBC category 685 points, SC category 650 points, ST category 615 points.

  • According to the NEET 2023, NEET exam pass mark for the general category is between 720 and 138, for SC/ST/OBC, it is 137-108 marks and those belonging to the General PwD category, it is 137-122 marks.

Note: After the declaration of results, students get confused about which college or university they can be admitted to. So with the help of NEET College Predictor, you can get a list of Colleges on the basis of your marks or Rank.

Frequently Asked Questions


NEET's curriculum consists of a total of 97 chapters covering all three of his subjects: Physics, chemistry, and Biology. All chapters and topics in the detailed NEET-UG syllabus must be studied. Many students who start NEET preparation late do not have time to complete the entire curriculum. You might want to try covering the key chapters of the NEET curriculum.

Almost the same, 4 points are awarded for each correct answer. One point is deducted for each incorrect answer. No grade will be given if no response is given

Previously, it was mandatory to upload a passport photo with a white background and the date and name at the bottom of the photo. According to the latest official statement on this, the authorities said photos without names and dates are also valid. Photos do not need to be authenticated. The actual photo must be in colour or black and white at 80°C (no mask) and include the ears on a white background.

The category wise application fee structure is given below General category – 1600 rupees General-EWS/ OBC-NCL – 1500 rupees SC/ST/PwBD/Third Gender – 900 rupees Outside India – ₹ 8500/ (Fee in rupees) Processing charges & Goods and Services Tax (GST) are applicable

Biology/Biotechnology is studied as an additional subject at the 12th grade level. **Biology/Biotechnology as an additional subject is allowed, subject to the outcome of a special leave application/appeal filed by the Indian Medical Council.

Previously, the maximum number of attempts he had was 3. However, from NEET 2020, there is no such limit on the number of times. Candidates over the age of 17 may take the NEET exam as many times as they wish.

Yes, you can take the exam even if there is a gap of one year before the NEET. A change previously made by the MCI was overturned by the Delhi High Court, allowing NEET candidates to stand for a one-year gap.



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