NEET 2020 Exam: The officials of National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct NEET 2020 Exam on 3rd May 2020 for admissions to 76,928 Medical, 26,949 Dental, 52,720 AYUSH, 1205 AIIMS and 200 JIPMER seats. Candidates who have filled out the NEET 2020 Application Form can download the NEET Admit Card 2020 from 27th March 2020.
This article will get you the detailed and complete knowledge of NEET 2020 regarding eligibility criteria, registration process, fees, exam pattern, syllabus, exam centres, admit card, answer key, result, counselling, etc.
NEET Exam 2020
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Before getting into the details, let’s have a quick overview of NEET 2020.
|Name of the Entrance Exam||National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)|
|Exam Conducting Authority||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Type of Exam||National Level Exam|
|Purpose of the Exam||Admissions in Medical, Dental and Ayush Courses|
|Frequency of Exam Conduction||Once in a year|
|Category of the Exam||Undergraduate|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Mode of Fee Payment||Online or Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Pen and Paper Based (Offline)|
|Exam Duration||3 hours|
|Number of Questions||180|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Exam Syllabus||Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of class 11 & 12|
|Number of Applicants||Around 12 to 13 lakhs|
Candidate must be aware of these NEET 2020 important dates which are tabulated below:
NEET 2020 Exam Date
|NEET 2020 Application form Release (including uploading of photograph & signature)||2nd December 2019|
|NEET 2020 Application submission last date||6th January 2020|
|NEET 2020 – Last date to pay the fee||7th January 2020 (Upto 11:50 PM)|
|NEET 2020 Correction Window||15th – 31st January 2020|
|NEET 2020 Admit card available||27th March 2020|
|NEET 2020 Exam Date & Time||3rd May 2020 (2:00 PM to 5:00 PM)|
|NEET Answer key release||2nd week of May 2020|
|Announcement of NEET result||4th June 2020|
|NEET Counselling begins||2nd week of June 2020|
NEET 2020 Changes
NEET Admit Card will be released by NTA on 27th March 2020. Candidates need to download the NEET admit card from the official website of NTA by logging in using their Login ID and password.
Candidates need to take a few printouts of the admit card as you need to carry the NEET 2020 admit card to the exam centre without fail. Along with the admit card a format to fix a postcard size photograph will also be released. The candidate will have to fix a passport size photograph in the available format and carry it on the day of the exam. Note that the postcard size photo must be the same as that used during the NEET Application process.
It is to be noted that the NEET Admit Card will not be sent by post. However, when the candidate will download the admit card, a copy of the admit card will be sent to the candidate on the registered email ID.
The NEET 2020 Admit Card will consist of the following details:
- Candidate’s Roll Number
- Candidate’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Language of Question paper
- Name and address of the allotted exam centre
- Exam date & timings, etc
Candidates need to check all these details and if any discrepancies are found candidate has to bring this to the notice of the officials immediately.
NEET 2020 Password Recovery
In case an applicant forgets his credentials, they can follow the steps below and recover their details:
- Step 1: Visit the official website of NEET: ntaneet.nic.in.
- Step 2: Go to “Candidate Login”.
- Step 3: Click on “Forgot Password.”
- Step 4: It will redirect you to the password generation page.
- Step 5: Reset your password by generating OTP or by answering the security question.
- Step 6: Fill in the details and enter your new password.
Candidates need to have a good knowledge of the NEET Exam Pattern 2020 and the marking scheme which is tabulated as follows:
|Subjects||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks|
- Mode of Exam: Pen and paper-based (Offline Mode)
- Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (Objective Type). Each question will have four options out of which there will be one correct answer.
- Duration: The maximum time duration is 3 hours.
- Number of Questions: A total of 180 questions will be asked.
- Total Maximum of Marks: The maximum marks are 720.
- Marking Scheme: 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. No marks will be deducted if no response is indicated. However, if more than one answer is indicated it would be considered as an incorrect response and will be negatively marked.
- Languages: NEET 2020 will be conducted in several languages such as English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Urdu, Kannada, etc. depending on the examination centres.
Note: Many students have the common question that “will neet 2020 pattern change”. But according to the NEET 2020 Notification Brochure, there are no changes in the NEET Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2020.
NTA will release the NEET Syllabus. The syllabus of NEET basically consists of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as per the NCERT curriculum of class 11 and 12. Candidates are required to go through NEET 2020 syllabus and be aware of the topics which need to be covered for the NEET 2020 preparation. Now, let’s go through the syllabus of each subject one by one which is given below:
NEET 2020 Syllabus for Physics
|Topics from Class 11||Topics from Class 12|
|Physical world and measurement||Electrostatics|
|Laws of Motion||Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism|
|Work, Energy, and Power||Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents|
|Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body||Electromagnetic Waves|
|Properties of Bulk Matter||Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation|
|Thermodynamics||Atoms and Nuclei|
|Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory||Electronic Devices|
|Oscillations and Waves|
NEET 2020 Syllabus for Chemistry
|Topics from Class 11||Topics from Class 12|
|Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry||Solid State|
|Structure of Atom||Solutions|
|Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||Electrochemistry|
|Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||Chemical Kinetics|
|States of Matter: Gases and Liquids||Surface Chemistry|
|Thermodynamics||General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements|
|Equilibrium||p- Block Elements|
|Redox Reactions||d and f Block Elements|
|S-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes|
|Some p-Block Elements||Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers|
|Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
|Hydrocarbons||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life|
NEET 2020 Syllabus for Biology
|Topics from Class 11||Topics from Class 12|
|Diversity in Living World||Reproduction|
|Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants||Genetics and Evolution|
|Cell Structure and Function||Biology and Human Welfare|
|Plant Physiology||Biotechnology and Its Applications|
|Human physiology||Ecology and Environment|
NEET 2020 Books
The best books for NEET 2020 Preparation are tabulated below:
|NEET 2020 Physics Books||NEET 2020 Biology Books||
NEET 2020 Chemistry Books
|The Concept of Physics by HC Verma||Moderns ABC of Biology for XI & XII – B. B. Arora, A. K. Sabharwal- Modern Publishers||
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon (G. R. Bathla Publications)
|Objective Physics by Prof. Satya Prakash Arya (MTG Publishers)||Exploring Biology (Vol 1 & 2) – Sanjay Sharma & Sudhakar Banerjee – Arihant Publications||
Objective Chemistry (Set of 3 Vols) (S. Dinesh & Co.)
|Concepts of Competition Physics For CBSE PMT by Agarwal||Objective Biology (Vol 1, 2 & 3) – K. N. Bhatia / K. Bhatia – Dinesh Publications||
Modern’s ABC of Chemistry (Part 1 & 2)
|NCERT Physics by Anil Aggarwal||Medical Entrances Biology (Vol 1, 2 & 3) – Mamta R. Solanki & Lalita Ghotik – Target Publications||
Organic Chemistry by Himanshu Pandey (GRB Publication)
NEET Previous Year Question Paper
Canidates who are appearing for NEET 2020 Exam can download the NEET 2020 Question Paper from the following table. The direct links to download the NEET 2020 Question Paper are tabulated below:
|NEET Previous Year Question Papers||Download Link|
|NEET Question Paper 2019||Download Link|
|NEET Question Paper 2018||Download Link|
|NEET Question Paper 2017||Download Link|
|NEET Question Paper 2016||Download Link|
Now that the NEET 2020 schedule is released, it is time you start prepping up. This is one of the most competitive exams and its preparation requires proper planning and diligence. We have brought for you NEET Previous Year Paper (2019) to help you in your NEET Preparation. Solving the previous year paper on Embibe will help you understand the difficulty level, syllabus coverage, ideal time for each question, questions involved with multiple concepts, repetitive nature of concepts, etc. Thus, attempt the NEET Previous Year Paper to Become Exam Ready!
NEET 2020 Important Chapters
Physics Chapters and topics
|Biology Chapters and topics||Chemistry Chapters and topics|
|Centre of Mass||BOTANY||Chemical Bonding|
|Kinematics||Plant Anatomy||Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties|
|Laws of Motion||Plant Morphology||Hydrogen|
|Mechanics of Solids & Fluids||Cell Biology & Cell Division||s-block|
|Rotational motion||Plant Physiology||d-block & f-block Elements|
|System of Particle & Rigid Body||Plant Reproduction||Metallurgy|
|Units and Measurement||Genetics & Biotechnology||Qualitative Analysis|
|Waves||Biology in Human Welfare||Hydrocarbons|
|Work, Energy and power||Ecology||General Organic Chemistry|
|Kinetic Theory of Gases||ZOOLOGY||Haloalkane|
|Properties of Bulk Matter||Animal Diversity||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
|Thermal Properties of Matter||Animal Tissue||Polymer|
|Thermodynamics||Structural Organisation in animals||Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism||Human Physiology||Aromatic Compounds|
|Electric Charge & Field||Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health||Biomolecules|
|Electromagnetic Wave||Origin & Evolution||Carbonyl Compounds|
|Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance||Animal husbandry||Organic Compounds containing nitrogen|
|Electrostatics||Human Health & Diseases||Chemistry in Everyday Life|
|Alternating Current||–||Environmental chemistry|
|Current Electricity||–||IUPAC & Isomerism|
|Electromagnetic Induction||–||Practical Organic Chemistry|
|Semiconductor Electronics||–||Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry|
|Atoms & Nuclei||–||Chemical Equilibrium|
|Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter||–||Ionic Equilibrium|
|Ray Optics & Optical Instrument||–||Redox Reactions|
|Wave optics||–||Gaseous State|
|–||–||Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry|
|–||–||Solution & Colligative Properties|
As NEET exam is very competitive, candidates should start their NEET preparation well in advance to cover the NEET syllabus within the time available. The syllabus is very vast and one needs to have a good knowledge of how to prepare for the different sections in the syllabus. The preparation strategy for all three subjects is different. Also, many minute points are to be taken care of when you study.
- As per the NEET exam pattern, Biology has the maximum weightage of marks so you need to be very good in biology but at the same time do not neglect physics and chemistry.
- One way effort will not work. To have a good NEET Score you have to focus on all the three subjects. Along with an excellent performance in Biology, you also score good marks in Chemistry and physics.
- Practice tests, mock tests, and NEET previous year question papers will help you a lot. Take topic wise practice tests to bring in clarity in the concept studied.
- Full-Length Mock tests will help you know where you stand and which are the places you are going wrong.
- Solve at least 10 years of previous year question papers to have a very good knowledge of the actual NEET exam.
NEET 2020 Preparation For Physics
Physics is considered as one of the toughest section in NEET 2020. Candidates need a good conceptual knowledge of the subject to score higher in this section.
Make a note of all the important formulae and make sure you have a good conceptual understanding of the topic.
As time is limited, first focus on the most important topics and take a mock test. Also, refer to the previous year papers and practice well.
NEET 2020 Preparation For Chemistry
For chemistry first, be thorough with the NCERT books and then go through the other reference books.
Physical chemistry is more about knowing the concept and solving problems. Hence, have a good practice of solving numerals based on the different topics.
Inorganic chemistry is more about memorizing and this will take quite an amount of time to study. However, in the case of Organic chemistry, you need to have to know the concepts very clearly.
NEET 2020 Preparation For Biology
Biology is the most important section as it carries 50% of the total marks. It demands constant revision and practice to remember all the concepts and terminologies.
Be thorough with the NCERT book and then go for other reference books. remember the concepts by relating to each other. Also, use mnemonics to remember few terminologies.
Take practice tests and mock tests to check how fast and accurately you can recall and relate different concepts to answer the question.
NEET 2020 Exam Centres
NTA will be conducting NEET 2020 in 155 cities across the nation. Candidates need to choose their preferred exam cities for the allotment of a test centre. The final allotment of the test centre will be mentioned on the admit card along with other details. The NEET exam centres will be allotted according to the preference made by the candidate, medium opted, and the number of seats available in each centre. Candidates will have a choice of 4 cities to choose from. Check the list below to know the cities where NEET 2020 will be conducted.
|State / Union Territory||NEET 2020 Exam City|
|Andaman and Nicobar||Port Blair|
|Andhra Pradesh||Guntur, Kurnool, Nellore, Tirupathi, Vijayawada, and Visakhapatnam|
|Assam||Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Silchar, and Tezpur|
|Bihar||Gaya and Patna|
|Chattisgarh||Bilaspur, Raipur and Bhilai/Durg/Bhilai Nagar|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||Dadra & Nagar Haveli|
|Daman and Diu||Daman|
|Delhi||Delhi (Central), Delhi (East), Delhi (North), Delhi (South) and Delhi (West)|
|Gujarat||Ahmedabad, Anand, Bhavnagar, Gandhinagar, Godhra, Patan, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara, and Valsad|
|Haryana||Faridabad and Gurgaon|
|Himachal Pradesh||Hamirpur and Shimla|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Jammu and Srinagar|
|Jharkhand||Bokaro, Jamshedpur, and Ranchi|
|Karnataka||Bangalore, Belgaum, Davangere, Dharwad, Gulbarga, Hubli, Mangalore, Mysore and Udupi|
|Kerala||Alappuzha, Angamaly, Ernakulam, Kannur, Kasaragod, Kollam, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thrissur and Trivandrum|
|Madhya Pradesh||Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, and Ujjain|
|Maharashtra||Ahmednagar, Akola, Amravati, Aurangabad, Beed, Buldana, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Latur, Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban, Nagpur, Nanded, Nasik, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Satara, Solapur and Thane|
|Odisha||Angul, Balasore, Cuttack, Berhampur, Bhubaneshwar, Rourkela and Sambalpur|
|Punjab||Amritsar, Bhatinda and Jalandhar|
|Rajasthan||Ajmer, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota and Udaipur|
|Tamil Nadu||Chennai, Coimbatore, Cuddalore, Kancheepuram, Karur, Madurai, Namakkal, Thanjavur, Nagercoil, Salem, Thiruvallur, Tiruchirapalli, Tirunelveli and Vellore|
|Telangana||Hyderabad, Warangal, Ranga Reddy, Khammam, Karimnagar|
|Uttarakhand||Dehradun, Roorkee and Haldwani|
|Uttar Pradesh||Allahabad, Bareilly, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Noida and Varanasi|
|West Bengal||Durgapur, Hoogli, Howrah, Kharagpur, Kolkata, Siliguri, Bardhaman / Burdwar and 24 Pargana (North).|
NEET 2020 will be conducted in several Indian languages along with English and Hindi. Candidates who have opted for English medium will receive the NEET 2020 question paper in English medium only. However, the candidates who have opted for Hindi or any other regional Language will be provided with a bilingual Test Booklet in English and the selected regional language.
If there is any ambiguity in translations into other languages in any question, its English version shall be treated as final.
The examination centres and the medium of question paper available there are as under:
Medium Of Question Paper
|English and Hindi||All examination centres|
|English and Urdu||All examination centres|
|English and Bengali||Examination centres in West Bengal|
|English and Assamese||Examination centres in Assam|
|English and Gujarati||Examination centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra, and Nagar Haveli|
|English and Marathi||Examination centres in Maharashtra|
|English and Tamil||Examination centres in Tamil Nadu|
|English and Telugu||Examination centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana|
|English and Oriya||Examination centres in Odisha|
|English and Kannada||Examination centres in Karnataka|
Note: Irrespective of the language opted, all the NEET 2020 qualified candidates will be eligible for All India Quota and other quota seats.
The candidates are instructed to follow the following dress code while appearing for NEET 2020:
a) Light clothes with half sleeves; long sleeves are not permitted. However, in case candidates come in cultural/ customary dress at the Examination Centre, they should report at least an hour before the last reporting time, i.e., 12.30 noon so that there is enough time for proper frisking without any inconvenience to the candidate while maintaining the sanctity of the examination.
b) Slippers, sandals with low heels are permitted. Shoes are not permitted.
NEET 2020 Barred Items
NEET 2020 candidates are not allowed to carry the following items inside the exam centre under any circumstances. The candidates will be subjected to extensive and compulsory frisking before entering the exam centre with the help of highly sensitive metal detectors.
a) Any stationery item like textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, geometry/pencil box, plastic pouch, calculator, pen, scale, writing pad, pen drives, eraser, calculator, log table, electronic pen/scanner, etc.
b) Any communication device like mobile phone, bluetooth, earphones, microphone, pager, health band, etc.
c) Items like wallet, goggles, handbags, belt, cap, etc.
d) Watch/wristwatch, bracelet, camera, etc.
e) Any ornaments.
f) Any eatable item opened or packed, water bottle, etc.
g) Any other item which could be used for unfair means by hiding communication devices like microchip, camera, bluetooth device, etc. No arrangement will be made at the NEET exam centres for keeping any articles/items belonging to the candidates. In case a candidate is found in possession of any of the barred items, it will be considered as use of unfair means and action will be taken against the candidate in accordance with the relevant provisions.
NEET 2020: Documents Required On Exam Day
The candidates must now specifically know what to carry on the day of the exam and to help you with that we bring you the list of items to be carried:
- Admit Card, with a passport sized photograph affixed on it.
- One passport sized photograph (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form), to be affixed on the attendance sheet.
- PWD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming the relaxation under PWD category.
- Valid ID Proof
The list of some valid ID proofs for NEET 2020 are:
- PAN Card
- Aadhaar Card
- Driving License
- Voter ID
- Ration Card, etc.
NEET 2020 Answer Key
NTA will release the NEET 2020 answer key once the NEET 2020 is successfully conducted. The NEET answer key will be released on the official website and the date of release will be intimated shortly.
NTA will be releasing the OMR Answer sheets and the responses which were marked by the students during the exam. Candidates will have an opportunity to submit the representation against the OMR grading on payment of a non-refundable processing fee of Rs. 1000/-.
NTA will also release the answer key for NEET 2020 within a week after the conduction of the exam. Candidates will have an opportunity to challenge the NEET answer key in case of any doubt on payment of Rs. 500/-
Candidates need to login to their account using their login details to challenge the answer key with valid supporting documents. The candidate has to pay Rs. 1000/- per answer challenged.
NEET 2020 Result
NEET 2020 will be released by NTA on 4th June 2020 through online mode. Candidates will have to download the NEET 2020 scorecard by entering your Login ID and Password. Candidates are required to download the scorecard and take a few printouts for future reference. NEET Scorecard will clearly mention the qualifying status, all India rank and category rank.
The details mentioned in NEET 2020 result are as follows:
- Candidate’s Name
- Date of Birth and Category
- Scores secured in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
- Total Marks Secured
- Total Percentile
- All India Rank
- Category Rank
- All India Quota Rank (15% Seats)
- Cut off score for NEET Counseling
- Qualification Status of the candidate
NEET cut off 2020 is the minimum score needed to qualify for NEET 2020. The cut off will be released on the official website along with the NEET result. The officials will decide the NEET cut off based on various factors such as student, the difficulty level of the exam, etc.
Check the previous year NEET cut off below to have an idea regarding the NEET cut off 2020:
|Category||NEET Cut off 2018|
|OBC, SC & ST||288|
|UR – PH||324|
|OBC, SC, ST – PH||288|
NEET 2020 Counselling
NEET counselling will be conducted for admission in various Medical and Dental colleges across the nation. The counselling dates are not yet announced and will be announced shortly by the officials on the official website after the declaration of NEET Result 2020.
NEET counselling for all India Quota seats, ESIC Quota and seats in central and Deemed universities will be conducted by Director General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Besides that, the counselling for the state quota seats will be conducted by respective state counselling authorities. The seat allotment through NEET 2020 will be based on the candidates NEET rank, score, vacant seats in the college and the preferences made by the candidate.
NEET 2020: Contact Information
In case of any issue regarding the application form or any other confusion, students can contact the official authorities:
NTA Help Desk:
Email ID: email@example.com
Mobile: 8076535482, 7703859909
In order to appear for NEET 2020, candidates need to fulfil the NEET Exam Eligiblity Criteria. NEET 2020 Eligibility Criteria by NTA is listed below:
All the Indian Nationals, Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), Person with Indian Origin (POI) and Foreign Nationals are eligible for NEET 2020.
NEET 2020 Age Limit
The minimum age of the candidate must be 17 years at the time of admission or must be completing that age on or before 31st December 2020. There is no maximum age limit for the candidates.
(It is to be noted that the maximum age bar for candidates from the unreserved category was 25 years and for the reserved category was 30 years but as per the interim order of the supreme court the upper age limit has been removed until the final decision is made on this matter)
Candidates have to pass 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology (as additional subjects will also be considered) and English as compulsory subjects in both Class 11 and 12. Candidates appearing for Class 12 exam in 2020 can also appear for NEET 2020.
Minimum Qualifying Marks Required
The candidates must score have scored an aggregate mark of 50% for Unreserved candidates, 45% for PWD candidates and 40% for SC/ST/PWD candidates.
Number of Attempts
There is no restriction on the number of attempts, provided the candidate satisfies the NEET 2020 eligibility criteria.
NEET 2020 online registration will begin from 2nd December 2019 on the NTA official website. The last date to apply for NEET 2020 is 31st December 2019.
In order to fill the NEET 2020 application form, applicants should have the following documents ready with them:
- a. Class 10 Marksheet
- b. Class 12th Marksheet
- c. Scanned Passport Sized Photograph
- d. Scanned Signature
- e. Valid ID Proof
NEET 2020 Application Form Details
Before filling the NEET application form, candidates can go through the details which they need to fill in the application form. Go through the list below to find out!
- Permanent Address
- Passport Number/Ration Card Number/Bank Account Number/Any other valid Govt. Id. Number / Aadhaar Number (last 4 digits) / Election Card
- State/District of Birth
- Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s Occupation
- Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s Educational Qualifications
- Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s total annual Income
- Medium of Question Paper
- Year of Class XII/Equivalent passed/appearing
- Percentage of marks/Grade in class X/ Equivalent & XII/ Equivalent
- State/District of class X, XI & XII
- Minority Status
- Disability Status as per guidelines of MCI
- Type of Institution of class XII/ Equivalent
- Belonging to Rural/Urban area
- State to which the applicant belongs to
- Qualifying examination code
- School Education Board
- Choice of Examination Centres/Cities
NEET 2020 Application Form Documents
The candidates must be ready with the photo and signature in the prescribed format and size before applying for NEET 2020. The specifications are listed as follows:
- A recent passport size colour photograph with the size between 10kb to 200kb. The file should be in jpg/jpeg format only.
- Do not wear any accessory and make sure your face is clearly visible.
- Dimension of a passport size photo = 3.5cms (width) * 4.5cms (height)
- The photo should be recent. The name of the candidate and the date on which the photograph is taken must be indicated in the photograph.
- The scanned copy of the candidate’s signature with the size between 4kb to 30 kb. The file should be in jpg/jpeg format only.
- The signature must be in running handwriting. Placing initials and writing your name in capital letters is not acceptable.
Go through the following steps to know how to fill NEET Application Form 2020.
Step 1: Registration
Candidate first needs to visit the official website and register themselves by providing the details like name, email ID, phone number, date of birth, etc. The Login ID and Password will be sent to the candidate on the mobile number and email ID and the same should be used to login to their account to start filling the application form.
Step 2: Filling The Application Form
Candidates now need to login to their account using the credentials sent to them and begin with filling the application form. Candidate needs to provide the personal details, academic details, and other required details to fill the application form. It is advised to make sure the details filled in are correct before submitting the details.
Step 3: Upload Photo and Signature
The next step is to upload the scanned images of photo and signature as per the prescribed format and size on the NEET 2020 online application From.
Step 4: Payment of NEET Application Fee
In this step, candidates have to pay the prescribed NEET application fees in order to successfully complete the NEET application process. The application fees can be paid either through online or offline mode.
The NEET application fee to be paid as per NEET Notification 2020 is tabulated below:
|General / OBC – NCL||Rs. 1400|
|SC/ ST/ PWD/ Transgender||Rs. 750|
The modes of fee payment are:
- Debit/ Credit Card
- Net Banking
- E – Challan (Offline Mode)
Step 5: Print The Confirmation Page
After the successful payment of the application fees, a confirmation will be generated and the candidate needs to download and take a few printouts for future reference. The hard copy of the confirmation fees needs to be preserved until the end of the admission and counselling process.
NEET 2020 FAQs
Q1. Is NIOS eligible for NEET 2020?
A: Yes the students from NIOS is eligible for NEET 2020 examination.
Q2. Is there any change in NEET 2020?
A: There is no change as such in NEET 2020 except for the fact that NTA started conducting NEET from 2019.
Q3. Can private students take NEET 2020?
A: Yes, private candidates can give NEET 2020 examination.
Q4. Is NEET 2020 online?
A: No the NEET 2020 exam will be conducted in offline mode.
Q5. Is Neet required for BHMS?
A: Yes, the NEET exam is mandatory for BHMS.
Q6. Can I get admission in BHMS without NEET?
A: No candidates cannot get admission in BHMS without NEET exam.
Q7. Is there negative marking in NEET 2020?
A: Yes for every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted.
Q8. Is Neet necessary for BDS?
A: Yes NEET is compulsory for BDS exam.
Q9. Can compartment students apply for NEET 2020?
A: Yes compartment students can also apply for the NEET 2020 exam.
Q10. I am doing B.Sc., can I apply for NEET 2020?
A: Yes, you can apply for NEET 2020 examination but note that no lateral entry provision is there in NEET.
Q11. What is the minimum qualification needed to apply for NEET 2020 exam?
A: A student must have qualified class 12 examinations or equivalent in order to apply for NEET exam. The student must be of science background.
Q12. What are the compulsory subjects to appear for NEET 2020 exam
A: It is compulsory that the student must have completed class 12 with Physics, chemistry, biology/ biotechnology and English as main subjects. Students must have obtained an aggregate of 50% in these subjects for general category/ 45% for general- PH and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC.
Q13. I am an SC category student, what is the upper limit to apply for NEET exam?
A: For SC/ST candidates, 30 years is the upper age limit to apply for the NEET exam.
Q14. NRI candidates are getting some age benefits if they apply for NEET?
A: No, age benefits are only for SC/ST candidates, no other category is getting age benefits.
Q15. I am physically challenged, what is my exam duration in NEET?
A: NEET exam paper will be of 3 hours duration, for PH students it is 3.5 hours.
Q16. Who can appear in NEET for 15% All India Quota Seats?
A: Candidates from the following categories can apply for NEET 2020:
- Indian Nationals
- Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
- Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs)
- Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)
- Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2020 for 15% All India Quota Seats.
Q17. If a candidate is opting Oriya as a medium of question paper, would he be eligible for 15% All India Quota?
A: Candidates qualifying NEET would be eligible for All India Quota and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, irrespective of the medium in which the examination is taken by a candidate, subject to other eligibility criteria.
Q18. Against which all seats will the admission be made?
A: Admission will be made to the following seats through NEET 2020:
- All India Quota Seats.
- State Government Quota Seats
- State/Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University
- Central Pool Quota Seats.
Q19. If I am opting Assamese as the language of question paper, can I get the center of examination in Delhi?
A: No. If any candidate is opting vernacular language as medium of question paper, he will be allotted center only in respective States of particular vernacular language. In the present case, examination center could be only in Assam.
Q20. I am 23 years of age, I have taken only 2 attempts of NEET, can I take 1 more or not?
A: Yes, you can take 1 last attempt until you have completed 25 years of age.
Q21. My passport is under the process of verification, do I need to submit the passport number in the NEET application form?
A: No, only NRI candidates have to submit the passport number.
Q22. Is NEET mandatory for the veterinary course?
A: Yes, candidates will have to take NEET for undergraduate veterinary courses.
Q23. When will be the NTA NEET Correction Form available? When is the last date to fill the NTA NEET Correction Form?
A: NEET 2020 Application Form Correction is avaiable from 15th to 31st January 2020. It is a one time opportunity, so the candidates are advised to fill the form carefully.
Q24. Is NEET 2020 twice a year and online?
A. No, the NEET 2020 exam is not conducted twice a year. And the NEET exam is conducted only in offline mode.
Q25. Is NEET 2020 Syllabus going to change?
A. No NEET 2020 Syllabus is not changed.
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About NEET 2020 – National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET is a pen and paper-based (offline) medical entrance exam conducted for admissions in all private, deemed and government medical and dental colleges in India (including AIIMS & JIPMER). NEET UG 2020 will be conducted in 155 cities across India. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body of NEET 2020 exam, declaration of results, releasing and providing the All India Ranks to the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
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