NEET 2022 Exam: Official Answer Key (Soon), Result, Dates, Question Paper, Pattern, Syllabus

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2022 ( NEET )

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NEET 2022 answer keys are expected to be released by NTA anytime soon along with candidates' OMR sheets. Test-takers will also be given an opportunity to subject objections against one or more answer keys if they find them to be wrong. The fee per answer key objection is expected to be INR 200. The final NEET answer keys will be released along with the result, which is expected to be declared in the first week of September. The exam was conducted on July 17, from 2 pm to 5.20 pm. According to the NEET 2022 analysis and student reactions, the exam was of moderate to tough difficulty level.

As per the data released by the Ministry of Education, Jaipur saw the largest number of test-takers, which was 52,351. On the other hand, the lowest number of candidates appeared in West Sikkim, which was 105. Dubai had the highest number of NEET candidates from the category of 'Candidates Outside India'. The number stood at 646. On the other hand, Bangkok, Thailand saw the lowest turnout in the international cities where NEET 2022 was conducted, with six candidates appearing for the test. Around 95 per cent of the total registered candidates have appeared for the exam. A number of candidates complained of mismanagement at the exam centre in terms of interchange of question papers, inappropriate frisking and security check measures, to name a few, leading them to conduct a retest. NTA took action against some of the exam centre authorities after creating an Investigation Committe. The possibility of a retest is bleak. 

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July 18, 2022: NEET 2022: Over 95% of candidates appeared in exam held at 3,570 exam centres

What is NEET UG and What's New This Year?

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the sole entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in India. The exam is conducted once a year in offline mode for a duration of three hours and 20 minutes. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the medical entrance exam for admission to MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing, BAMS, Veterinary, and other medical/paramedical courses in India. Over 15 lakh candidates appear for the NEET UG exam every year. The exam is conducted in 13 languages.

There are certain changes in NEET UG Exam 2022 which are listed below:

  • The duration of NEET has been increased by 20 minutes. Instead of three hours, the exam will now be conducted for three hours and 20 minutes.
  • The application fee across candidate categories has been increased by INR 100.
  • The registration process will not be conducted over two phases.
  • The tie-breaking formula has been revised and six other factors have been added to the existing three factors
  • The number of exam cities has increased to 543 in India and 14 abroad.

NEET UG 2022 Highlights

The following table enlists the key features and highlights of NEET UG 2022.

Particulars Details
Exam Name National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Exam Level Undergraduate (UG) Exam at National Level
Exam Frequency Once a year
Total Registrations 18,72,341
Exam Mode Offline or Paper Pencil Based Test (PBT)
Courses Offered Through NEET UG MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BVSC & AH
Exam Fees

INR 1,600 (General)

INR 1,500 (OBC)

INR 900 (Reserved category candidates)

INR 8,500 (Foreign nationals)

Exam Duration 3 hours and 20 minutes
Number of Subjects and Total Marks

Physics (180 marks)

Chemistry (180 marks)

Biology (360 marks)

Total Marks - 720

Total Questions

200 (180 to be attempted)

Marking Scheme

+4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

Number of Exam Cities

543 (India)

14 (Abroad)

Language/Medium of Paper 13 Languages - English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Odiya, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Punjabi and Telugu
Accepting Colleges
Total Number of Seats
MBBS - 90,825
BDS - 27,948
BAMS - 52,720
BVSc & AH - 630
NEET Helpline Numbers 011-40759000
NEET Official Website neet.nta.nic.in

NEET 2022 Answer Keys

NEET answer keys refer to the correct answer choice for each question of the exam. By utilising the marking scheme, test-takers can calculate an estimated score. The NEET 2022 answer keys are released both officially and unofficially. On the day of the NEET 2022 exam, coaching institutes released unofficial NEET answer keys, which can be utilised to calculate an estimated score. NTA will release the provisional answer keys for NEET 2022 within a month of conducting the test. Candidates can submit objections or challenge one or more NEET 2022 answer key by paying a fee of INR 200 per question. The final NEET answer key will be released along with the result.

NEET 2022 Question Papers 

NEET 2022 question papers will be released by NTA on the day of the exam and candidates can carry the hard copy of the question paper with them outside the exam centre. The question paper of NEET is divided into four sets, each further divided into six codes. The NEET 2022 question paper codes were named Q (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5 and Q6), R (R1, R2, R3, R4, R5 and R6), S (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 and S6) and T (T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6). Although the questions vary in the different sets of question papers, uniformity in terms of topics and difficulty level are maintained across the question papers. The NEET 2022 question paper booklet carried a total of 200 questions out of which 180 questions have to be attempted from the Physics, Chemistry and Biology sections. The language or medium of the NEET question paper was 13 including English and Hindi. Last year, two new languages were added, Punjabi and Malayalam. Candidates had to submit the OMR sheet but carry the booklet outside the exam hall. NTA releases the NEET question papers of previous years on the official website of NEET and aspirants can solve those for practice purposes.

NEET 2022 Exam Analysis and Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of NEET 2022 was moderate. According to the NEET 2022 student reactions, the exam and questions were on the expected lines. The Physics section was the toughest. It consisted of topics like Numericals, which were time consuming and tough. On the other hand, Chemistry and Biology were on easy to moderate levels. The questions were dominant from the Class 12 chapters. Few questions were tricky in nature. All the questions were NCERT-based and students found them convenient to answer. Check out the NEET 2022 student reactions below.

NEET 2022 Result

NEET 2022 result is likely to be released in the first week of September. It is likely that the scorecard will be sent to candidates via email and then on the official website. To download the NEET 2022 result, candidates will have to log in through the application number and date of birth. The NEET result or scorecard will carry test takers’ subject-wise and overall scores, percentile and All India Rank (AIR). Last year, out of 15,44,275 candidates who appeared for the exam, 8,70,074 candidates qualified for the exam. Refer to the table below to know the category-wise qualifying cut off pre-defined by the Medical Council of India.

Category  Qualifying Cut Off 
Unreserved category  50th 
Unreserved category PwD   45th
Reserved category (including reserved category PwD) 40th

NEET Toppers Interviews

Click on the links of NEET 2021 topper interviews to know how the toppers prepared for the exam and cracked it. 

Name

AIR

Score

Percentile

State

Mrinal Kutteri 

1

720

99.999806 

Telangana

Tanmay Gupta

1

720

99.9998057

Delhi

Karthika G Nair

1

720

99.9998057

Maharashtra

Aman Kumar Tripathi

4

716

99.999741

Uttar Pradesh

Jashan Chhabra

5

715

99.998705 

Karnataka

Deepak Sahu

5

715

99.998705 

Uttar Pradesh

Shubham Agarwal

5

715

99.998705 

Uttar Pradesh

Nikhar Bansal

5

715

99.998705 

Delhi

NEET 2022 Exam Dates 

The following table brings the NEET 2022 exam dates for each event.

Events

Dates

NEET UG 2022 date announcement

06-Apr-2022

NEET 2022 application process

06-Apr-2022

Last date to pay application fee

20-May-2022 (11.50 pm)

NEET 2022 application correction window

24-May-2022 to 27-May-2022 (9 pm)

Reopening of NEET 2022 application correction window for Category change

14-Jun-2022 to 16-Jun-2022 (9 pm)

NEET 2022 advance intimation of exam city

28-Jun-2022

NEET 2022 admit card

12-Jul-2022 

NEET 2022 exam date

17-Jul-2022

NEET 2022 provisional answer keys

First week of August

NEET 2022 final answer keys and result

First week of September 2022

NEET Cutoff Marks (Opening & Closing)

Aspirants can refer to the table below to know the NEET cutoff trends for the past three years. This will help them understand the difficulty level of the examination.

Category 2021 2020 2019
Unreserved 720-138 720-147 701-134
Unreserved PWD 137-108 146-129 133-120
Reserved 137-122 128-113 133-107
Reserved PWD 121-108 128-113 133-107

NEET 2022 Counselling Process

After the declaration of the result, the NEET 2022 counselling process will be conducted within a month of declaring the result. The counselling will be conducted for 15 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) seats and 85 per cent State Quota seats. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the AIQ counselling process and the respective state authorities will conduct the State Counselling for NEET 2022. There will be four rounds of counselling, Round 1, Round 2, mop-up round and stray-vacancy round. Upon the release of the NEET 2022 counselling notification, qualified candidates will have to register by filling up the form, uploading the necessary documents and paying the registration fee. The next step is the choice filling and locking. Once the seat allocation order is released, candidates will have to download it and report to the institute and complete the admission formalities to claim the seat. They may not accept the seat in the first round and participate in the second round for upgrading their seat. In case candidates are not allotted a seat in both rounds, they will be eligible to participate in the mop-up and stray-vacancy rounds.

Courses Offered Through NEET UG

NEET UG is the gateway to admission to multiple medical and paramedical courses:

  • MBBS
  • BDS
  • Ayurvedic Medicine
  • Homoeopathy Medicine
  • Unani Medicine
  • Siddha Medicine
  • Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry
  • BSc (Hons) Nursing
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
  • Bachelor of Audiology, Speech and Language Pathology
  • Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics.

In India, there are a total of 542 Medical, 313 Dental,914 AYUSH, and 47 BVSc & AH colleges that will accept NEET 2021 scores. There are a total of 15 AIIMS and two JIPMER campuses that also accept this exam score for admission. This year, BSc (Hons) Nursing course admission will also take place through NEET but the seat matrix is yet to be released. As per the current data, there are 90,825 MBBS, 52,728 AYUSH, 27, 948 BDS, 603 BVSc, and 487 BSc nursing.

NEET 2022 Participating Institutes

NEET 2022 Admit Card

The admit card of NEET 2022 was released on July 12, around 11.30 AM in online mode. To download the NEET admit card 2022, registered candidates had to log in to the official website with their NEET 2022 application number and password and download the hall ticket in PDF format. After downloading the admit card, candidates had to take a printout of the same and paste a recent postcard-sized photograph (preferably the same as the one uploaded with the application form) in the space provided in 4"x6" dimensions. Also, candidates needed to get it signed by a parent/guardian before entering the exam hall. They had to leave the candidate signature section blank and sign it in front of the invigilator. Along with the personal details, candidates could check the instructions and guidelines on the NEET 2022 admit card. The admit card is a mandatory document to be carried at the exam centre without which they will not be allowed entry.

NEET 2022 Exam Centres 

NTA released the NEET 2022 advance city allotment information for the candidates on June 28. Approximately 4,000 NEET 2022 exam centres are located in 497 cities in India and 14 cities abroad. Last year, NEET was conducted at 3,855 centres in 202 cities of India, Dubai and Kuwait. Candidates had to choose four test cities in order of preference while filling the application form. The final allotted exam centre will be notified to them on the admit card. Check the complete list of NEET 2022 exam centres

NEET 2022 Application Form

NEET 2022 application process was completely online wherein applicants had to visit the NEET 2022 official website and complete the procedure given in the following steps:

  • Visit the NEET 2022 official website

  • Click on the tab indicating the application form

  • Read all the instructions and register with personal details such as name, contact details, password, etc. to generate the application number and password

  • After the credentials are generated, log in and fill the application form with personal and educational details, exam medium and exam city preference and photograph and signature upload

  • Pay the application fee in online mode through credit/debit card, net banking, Paytm and UPI

NEET Application Fee

The category-wise application fees are given in the below table:

Category

NEET 2022 Application Fee (in INR)

General

1,600

General EWS and OBC

1,500

SC, ST, PwD

900

Outside India

8,500

Take a look at the video to know how to fill NEET 2022 application form.

The NEET 2022 application correction window was originally open from May 24 to May 27, till 9 pm. The facility was reopened by NTA on June 14 only for the 'Category' change option. The last date to make the change was June 16, 9 pm. Only those candidates who had completed the application process by paying the application fee could avail the correction facility provided by NTA. They had to login to the NTA NEET 2022 website with their registration credentials and carry out the changes in the editable fields. Fields such as mobile number, email address and nationality were not editable. In case of a change of category, the impact may have caused a change in the application fee, which had to be paid by the candidates during the correction process. 

NEET 2022 Eligibility Criteria

NEET UG 2022 aspirants who wish to apply for the entrance test are advised to check if they fit into the criteria specified by NTA. Candidates who fulfil the following parameters are eligible for the exam.

Nationality:

Citizens or applicants belonging to the following nationalities are eligible to apply for NEET:

  • Indian Nationals

  • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)

  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)

  • Persons with Indian Origin (PIO)

  • Foreign Nationals

Age Limit:

The age limit or age criteria for NEET candidates are as follows:

  • The minimum age of a candidate as of December 31, 2022, should be 17 years.

  • The upper age limit of 25 years for General category candidates and 30 years for reserved category candidates have been removed by NMC.

Minimum qualification:

Applicants should fulfil the educational qualification mentioned below:

  • Candidate must have cleared Class 12 or equivalent from a recognised institute and Board.

  • Candidates who are appearing for Class 12 or equivalent in 2022 can also apply for NEET 2022.

  • Candidates who have completed Class 12 or equivalent from an open school are also eligible.

Mandatory subjects:

  • Candidate must have cleared Class 12 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

  • Candidates who have passed Class 12 or equivalent with Biology as an additional subject are also eligible.

Minimum marks required in the qualifying examination:

  • General category: 50 per cent

  • PWD category: 45 per cent

  • SC/ST/OBC: 40 per cent

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NEET Preparation Tips

Candidates preparing for NEET next year should first be familiar with the exam pattern and syllabus. After that, they need to shortlist the books to refer to for NEET 2022 preparation. To complete the topics in the syllabus, one must refer to NCERT books. Candidates must prepare a timetable for NEET preparation. This should be followed for completing the preparation on time. Another important aspect of NEET UG preparation is solving mock tests and sample papers. Since the weightage of all sections is equal in the exam, aspirants should give equal focus on all sections or subjects to secure a balanced score. After taking regular mock tests, students would develop an understanding of their strong and weak areas and should channelise their subject or topic-wise preparation accordingly.

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NEET 2022 Syllabus

The NEET 2022 syllabus comprised three subjects, namely Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The syllabus is the same as that of CBSE Class 11 and Class 12. However, a few topics of the syllabus are not taught in these classes. Candidates are advised to go through the syllabus before they start preparing for the entrance test. It is expected that the NEET syllabus 2022 will remain the same as that of last year.

NEET 2022 Exam Pattern

The exam pattern of NEET was changed by NTA last year. The same exam pattern is followed this year as well, except for the total duration. The total number of questions is 200. However, the number of questions to be attempted is 180. Each subject or section is divided into two sections, Section A and Section B. While the former carries 35 questions, the latter carries 15 questions. In Section B, candidates have to answer 10 questions out of 15 questions. The duration of the exam has been increased by 20 minutes this year. Each question carries four answer options and test-takers had to mark the correct answer option on the OMR sheet. The NEET 2022 exam pattern has remained the same as last year.

NEET 2022 Mock Test

NEET mock tests are generally released by NTA to help aspirants prepare for the exam. The mock tests can be taken in online mode, although the actual exam is conducted in offline or paper-pencil based mode. Candidates can take offline mock tests for the exam which are conducted by the coaching institutes to assess their preparation. After taking the mock test, it is necessary to analyse it to understand the gaps and improve their performance by changing the preparation strategy accordingly. The mock tests are of various difficulty levels. The difficulty level of the questions in these mock tests ranges from very easy to difficult. Candidates who solve the mock tests gain experience in solving a variety of questions thus preparing them for the exam day.

NEET Mock Test is a comprehensive Test including Questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. This test will help you to get an idea about the type of questions that will be asked, the exam pattern, and marking scheme. After taking the test, you can immediately check your score.

Free NEET Mock Test

NEET 2022 Exam Day Guidelines

NTA releases exam day guidelines for the exam day to help candidates stay calm and have a hassle-free day. Last year, some additional exam day guidelines were issued by NTA for NEET. These guidelines were released in view of the exam being conducted in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Candidates can refer to the general guidelines for NEET UG 2022 exam day that are given below:

  • Candidates have to reach the exam centre at least an hour before the reporting time, i.e. 12.30 pm, so that they can undergo the security checks and frisking procedure properly.  
  • Candidates have to take the allotted seat.
  • They have to paste their passport-size photograph on the admit card.
  • The exam is video recorded by the conducting authorities and candidates had to agree to it. They have to keep their head in an upright position and face the camera so that their identity could be clearly established.
  • To ensure COVID-19 safety protocols, masks are provided to all candidates at the exam centres and staggered entry, exit, contactless registration and seating arrangement with the maintenance of social distancing are ensured.

NEET Dress Code

Due to a large number of test-takers, the NTA follows strict policies to maintain the discipline and fairness of NEET. One of the important policies is the dress code for NEET 2022. NTA has prescribed a particular dress code for the examination day. Below are a few important pointers about the dress code for NEET UG 2022:

  • Light coloured clothes with half sleeves were allowed but long/full sleeves were not permitted
  • Ornaments such as earrings, necklaces with pendants, rings, anklets, etc. were not permitted
  • Candidates wearing a customary dress pertaining to any religion, in particular, had to report to the examination centre at least an hour before the last reporting time
  • Slippers and sandals with low heels were permitted. Shoes were not permitted.

Read More: NEET 2022 exam day guidelines

FAQs Regarding NEET UG 2022

Q: When will the NEET 2022 answer keys release?

A: The NEET 2022 answer keys for different sets have been released unofficially by the coaching instittue experts on the exam day itself. NTA will release the provisional NEET 2022 answer keys (official) tentatively in the first week of August. 

Q: When was NEET UG 2022 held?

A: NEET UG 2022 was conducted on July 17.

Q: What was the difficulty level of NEET 2022?

A: The NEET 2022 was termed as a moderate to tough test. The Physics was the toughest section and Biology was the easiest section according to the experts and test-takers.

Q: When will the NEET 2022 result scheduled to be declared?

A: NEET 2022 result is expected to be declared by NTA in the first week of September.

Q: When will NEET 2022 admit card be released?

A: NEET 2022 admit card was released on July 12, at 11.30 AM.

Q: Can I make changes in the NEET 2022 application form?

A: Yes, registered candidates could make changes in the NEET 2022 application form between May 24 and May 27, 9 pm by logging in to the official website . The application correction window was reopened again on June 14 till June 16, 9 pm. This time, candidates were only be able to change their category.  

Q: Will the NEET 2022 exam pattern remain the same as last year?

A: The NEET exam pattern has remained the same this year except for the duration, which has increased by 20 minutes.  

Q: Will the NEET UG syllabus 2022 change?

A: As of now, there has been no indication about changing the exam syllabus of NEET UG. Hence, NEET 2022 syllabus is the same as that last year.  

Q: What are the regional language options available for NEET UG 2022?

A: NEET UG question paper is available in 13 languages. Apart from Hindi and English, candidates can choose from Tamil, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Odiya, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi and Telugu. Candidates have to enter their language preferences in the application form.

Q: What is the eligibility criteria for NEET?

A: As per the eligibility criteria of NEET, candidates should pass the Class 12 Board exam from a recognised institute and board from the Science stream with a minimum of 50 per cent aggregate (40 per cent for OBC/SC/ST and 45 per cent for PwD category candidates). They should be a minimum of 17 years of age as of December 31 of the year of admission.  

Q: Is there any upper age limit for taking NEET UG?

A: The upper age limit criterion has been removed by NMC on March 9, 2022. Earlier, the case was under trial in the apex court.  

Q: Who conducts the NEET UG exam?

A: NEET UG exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Q: How many times can I appear for NEET?

A: According to the notification released by NTA, a candidate can appear for NEET any number of times. There is no restriction on the number of attempts permitted. The exam is conducted once a year.

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When is the last date to apply for NEET exam?

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Aditya Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

a week ago

Hello, Last date to apply for NEET 2022 Exams is 20 May 22. Last date for fees payment is 20 May 22Entrance date 17 July 22. Eligibility - Passed 10+2 Intermediate Exam with Physics Chemistry Biology PCB Group of Subjects in Any recognised Board in India. Age limit - Between 17 - 25 years old or ...Hello, Last date to apply for NEET 2022 Exams is 20 May 22. Last date for fees payment is 20 May 22
Entrance date 17 July 22. Eligibility - Passed 10+2 Intermediate Exam with Physics Chemistry Biology PCB Group of Subjects in Any recognised Board in India. Age limit - Between 17 - 25 years old or Born on/before 31 Dec 2005. Thanks.

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I have 430 marks in NEET 2022. Can I get any college for MBBS?

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Aditya Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

a week ago

Hello, College allotment depends on cutoff of Colleges. As the previous cutoffs are very high, Getting MBBS College at 430 Marks must be very difficult. Expected cutoffs for Gen or OBC Category is 550+ for government college. However for SC/ST the cutoff is low as compared to Gen/OBC. However a s...Hello, College allotment depends on cutoff of Colleges. As the previous cutoffs are very high, Getting MBBS College at 430 Marks must be very difficult. Expected cutoffs for Gen or OBC Category is 550+ for government college. However for SC/ST the cutoff is low as compared to Gen/OBC. However a score between 450-500 is considered a good score in NEET. Please participate in councelling based on results to qualify for college. Thanks.

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Can I get an MBBS seat in private medical college of Bangalore with 285 marks in NEET UG 2022? If yes, please suggest colleges.

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Sumit Vashist

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

Sorry, the cutoff for the Bangalore college is high,
with 285 marks, you can only get admission in some deemed colleges which have fees about 25 Lacs per annum.

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Can I get admission for B.Sc. Nursing in GMC Nagpur Maharashtra if I score 67 percentile in All India quota NEET 2022 in OBC category?

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Gaurav Kumar

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

Last year All India cut off rank to get admission in B.Sc. Nursing in GMC Nagpur was 299853 for general category. So, you can look at your rank and think accordingly. Hope that helps!

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Will I get an MBBS seat in any government medical college with 200 marks? I belong to OBC category.

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Sumit Vashist

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

No, the cut off for MBBS seat is higher. You may prepare for next time or try to get a seat in a private college.

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Can I get a government college for BAMS in India with 325 marks in NEET? I belong to SC category.

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Sumit Vashist

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

You should attend ALL INDIA COUNSELING for this. You will not get a seat in the state like New Delhi but there are chances in South region like Kerala and Karnataka.

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Which are the schools or institutions located in Goa which are designated as NEET centers in Goa in 2022?

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Sandeep Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

3 weeks ago

School and College that is designated as NEET centres in Goa is
Goa Medical College
Goa Dental College and Hospital.

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I have 450 marks in mock tests. Can I get 640 score in NEET as only 12 days are left for the exam?

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Vinty Tanwar

Guide-Level 13

a month ago

Hi Himanshi, You can definitely improve your marks before the final day comes. Just work on your strong points and don't waste your time on your weaker areas as time is less now. Focus on what you have learned so far and avoid experimenting at the last moments. For the days left, attempt mocks te...Hi Himanshi, You can definitely improve your marks before the final day comes. Just work on your strong points and don't waste your time on your weaker areas as time is less now. Focus on what you have learned so far and avoid experimenting at the last moments. For the days left, attempt mocks test only as much as you can. Good Luck.

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Can I get AIIMS if I score 670 in NEET UG?

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Soupayan Mitra

Beginner-Level 2

a month ago

Yes you can get into the AIIMS according to your rank. 670 marks is a good score out of 720, and one can easily get into the top medical colleges of INDIA. But mostly the rank matters not the score. Every year the cutt off is going higher so if you can't get into the AIIMS you can get into the to...Yes you can get into the AIIMS according to your rank. 670 marks is a good score out of 720, and one can easily get into the top medical colleges of INDIA. But mostly the rank matters not the score. Every year the cutt off is going higher so if you can't get into the AIIMS you can get into the top medical college of your state as well as other states also through AIQ seats.

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I can't apply for AIIMS B.Sc. Nursing exam but can apply for NEET UG entrance. How can I get admission in AIIMS?

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RISHU KUMAR

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

Hello subhalaxmi, In this situation first off all you have to prepare for NEET entrance exam after taking exam you can get admission in AIMS through counsiling on the basis of your rank.

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 7,326
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  • 66 months
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MBBS - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
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    Placements

    4.9

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    4.7

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    4.6

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    4.4
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    Placements

    4.6

    Infrastructure

    4.8

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.8

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.5

    Value for Money

    4.9
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 34,290
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  • 66 months
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  • Full Time

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