Many parents and students inquire about NEET being the required entrance test for all medical applicants in India. Yes, NEET is a required admission examination for Indian students wishing to study MBBS abroad. According to the National Testing Agency (NTA), Indian citizens or Indian citizens living abroad who wish to study medicine in another country must pass the NEET. Let us begin by learning more about the exam:
The National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test – Under Graduate is a single obligatory entrance test for candidates wishing to study undergraduate Medical courses such as BDS and MBBS in India and abroad. The National Testing Agency (NTA) administers NEET every year, and the syllabus includes the fundamental topics of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology) as prescribed by the NCERT.
NEET is offered in 11 different languages around the nation. It is held in the following languages: English, Hindi, Kannada, Assamese, Bengali, Marathi, Oriya, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. When enrolling for the exam, students can select the language in which they are most comfortable.
There are 180 questions in total, with a time limit of 3 hours. These are divided into two portions for each subject. Section A and B for each of the four topics (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology). Section A had 35 mandatory questions, while Section B included 15 questions, of which applicants may opt to answer only 10 of them. Each subject has 45 questions in total. NEET has a total of 720 points for 180 questions.
Cut-off for NEET UG
The NEET cut-off percentile remains constant, while the accompanying grades fluctuate each year.
|General – PWD||45th|
|SC/ST/OBC – PWD||40th|
Four points will be granted for each correct response, and one point will be subtracted for each incorrect answer.
Why is NEET essential for the MBBS program?
NEET is the sole admission exam that gives assigned places in all Government and Private medical colleges for all medical aspirants in India. Moreover, for Indian students interested in pursuing medical education overseas, NEET serves as an eligibility test for admission to Leading Medical Universities Abroad. As a result, for Indian students interested in attending medical courses overseas, the NEET result should be recognized as an eligibility certificate for admissions, providing the students satisfy all of the eligibility requirements for studying MBBS Abroad.
Qualifying for NEET is critical to a medical student’s career. NEET assists Indian Medical Aspirants in obtaining the necessary Registration Number from the National Medical Commission (NMC/MCI) in order to practice medicine in India after completing their education or passing the FMGE/NExT.
If the student intends to practice medicine in India or take a postgraduate program in India after finishing their undergraduate degree abroad, NEET is essential. However, if the student intends to practice medicine or attend a post-graduate degree abroad, NEET is not required.
AR Group of Education Services for MBBS in Abroad:
A) Counseling – We have ten years of counselling expertise. As a result, we provide you with limitless counselling assistance throughout your journey with us. We have a skilled team on hand to advise you through the entire procedure and ensure a smooth entrance.
B) College selection – We provide an up-to-date list of colleges where Indian students can study overseas. In addition to recommending the finest schools, we provide “done for you” services such as
1]Scholarship advice – We have a thoroughly up-to-date staff to help you choose among the available scholarship programs. We will even assist you in obtaining them.
2) Seat locking – We have tie-ups with the best Medical institutions in the world and other nations to ensure that you don’t lose out on admission to your preferred college.
3) Travel/Visa support – We make sure our students have a seamless trip. As a result, at AR Group of Education, we support students throughout the complicated travel and visa-obtaining procedures.