The application deadline for the National Eligibility Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) is fast approaching, with only two days left to apply, April 6 is the last day. Medical aspirants who have not yet registered for NEET UG can still do so by applying online at the official website, neet.nta.nic.in.
NEET UG 2023 is scheduled to take place on May 7. Despite the National Testing Agency (NTA) having announced the closure of the NEET UG application window on April 6, there is a possibility that the registration dates may be extended.
How to fill out the form for NEET UG 2023?
To register for NEET UG 2023, please follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the official website of NEET at neet.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the “NEET UG 2023 registration” link.
Step 3: Fill in the application form with all relevant details, including personal information, academic qualifications, and contact details.
Step 4: Upload scanned copies of all necessary documents, including a photograph and signature.
Step 5: Pay the application fee using the available payment options.
Step 6: Review all the details entered in the application form and make any necessary corrections.
Step 7: Submit the application form and download a copy for future reference.
Step 8: Finally, take a printout of the application form and keep it safe for future reference.
NEET 2023: marking scheme
NEET 2023 will have two sections for each subject (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology).
- Section A will have 35 compulsory questions, and Section B will have 15 questions, out of which 10 must be attempted.
- For both sections, +4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer, -1 mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer, and 0 marks will be given for unattempt or marked-for-review answers.
- In the case of multiple correct options, +4 marks will be given to candidates who have marked any of the correct options. If all options are correct, all candidates who attempted the question will receive +4 marks.
- There is a difference in the marking scheme for incorrect or unattempt questions. In Section A, all candidates who have appeared for the exam will receive four marks, regardless of whether the question was attempted or not. In Section B, only those who attempted the question will receive full marks in such situations.