NEET 2020: The Mop-Up Counselling Result has been declared, check allotment list pdf below. The Category-Wise Cutoff is available, check it out now to know the marks range. The Result has been announced, download the ScoreCard through the link provided below. The admissions to various medical colleges across the nation begin after the result declaration. As the National Level Exam was conducted amid COVID-19, hence the candidates per room were reduced from 24 to 12. It was done to maintain social distancing as much as possible. Check the complete details in the updates section. From this year onwards, the NEET is the only exam to get admission in AIIMS and JIPMER. In this article, we have discussed all the details about NEET 2020.

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  • NEET-UG Counselling 2020 Mop-Up Round Result has been declared. Moreover, the reporting at the allotted colleges starts on 18th Dec. 2020.
  • The Cutoff of NEET 2020 has been released category-wise. Candidates will be granted admission as per the cutoff list. – Check NEET 2020 Cutoff
  • NTA has announced the NEET 2020 Result, candidates can download their scorecard now. The cutoff list will be available soon. – Download NEET 2020 Scorecard
  • Shoyeb Aftab from Odisha has topped the NEET Examination this year. He has not only topped the exam but has also created history by scoring 720 marks. He is the first student from Odisha to top the examination. – Check NEET 2020 Toppers
  • NEET 2020 Final Solution Key is now available. The Results will be announced soon, the link to download the scorecard will be provided here. – Check Answer Key
  • The NEET Exam for the students who were either COVID-19 Positive or were in containment zones on 13th September 2020 will be conducted on 14th October 2020. Candidates appearing for the exam must have gone through the COVID TEST. In addition, the final result will be then be announced on 16th October 2020. The official notice is further provided below.


  • The scanned copies of the NEET 2020 OMR Sheet was uploaded by the authorities. Candidates were allowed to challenge the OMR Sheet till 07th October 2020. In addition, to challenge it, the students had to pay a sum of Rs. 1000/-.
  • The candidates can Challenge the NEET-UG 2020 Answer Key now via online mode. Candidates can submit the request till 29th September 2020 only. In addition, you will have to pay a sum of Rs. 1000/- to challenge the solution key. – Challenge NEET 2020 Solution Key
  • NEET 2020 Offical Solution Key has been released for all codes by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Candidates can cross-check the answers and calculate the expected score. The final result will be prepared as per this solution key only – Check NEET 2020 Official Solution Key PDF
  • At the Assam Exam Centres, the attendance was 75-80%. Thus, last-minute changes were done. The sitting plan was changed to ensure that social distancing is followed.
  • Note that the NEET Cutoff is expected to be high this year. As the paper was easy as per the last year. The answer key will be out soon. Moreover, proper SOP’s was followed.
  • The NEET 2020 Question Paper was easy, as compared to the previous year. However, the students found the Physics and Chemistry section to be the toughest. The Biology section was the easiest, wherein most of the questions were from Botany. – Check Live Students Reaction of Question Paper
  • Around 15.97 students have appeared for the Examination. In addition, the students with high temperatures were asked to wait for some time. Whereas, the students who appeared late weren’t allowed to enter the exam hall.
  • Note that the Exam Centres gates have been closed after 1:30 PM. The NEET Exam will start from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Candidates have already entered the exam centre. The student’s reaction after the exam will be available here after 5:00 PM. Stay tuned for live updates and exam analysis.
  • In Madurai, a protest against NEET Exam is taking place in front of the exam centre. People with banners are sitting on the road protesting against the exam. The police officials are trying to handle the situation. In between, all this, the Education Minister has extended best wishes to all the students taking the exam.
  • Note that Body Pat Frisking is done at the centres. It is mandatory for all candidates. The frisking will be done from a distance so that the frisking machine does not physically come in contact with any student. Furthermore, all the other NTA guidelines will be considered to ensure that the exam is conducted in a proper manner.


  • The First Batch of the students has entered the Exam Centre at Egmore in Chennai.
  • In Delhi, the Exam Centres are sanitized and thermal screening is done. The students are also following social distancing.
  • Candidates in Mumbai are following social distancing and queue up to enter the Exam Centre. Moreover, only one parent is allowed with a student at the centre.
  • The students have started appearing at the NEET Exam Centres in Kolkata, Chattisgarh, Coimbatore, Bangalore, and Chennai. Candidates are giving mixed reactions as some say that it is just an exam and if they don’t clear this one, then they will try next year. However, one mentions how it is his 1.5 years of hard work.

NEET 2020

NEET stands for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. This a National Level Entrance Exam. The exam takes place for admission in Medical, Dental, and AYUSH Courses. The National Testing Agency conducts the exam. However, this is a single session exam. Through this exam, candidates can get admission in Private and Government Colleges. Candidates can also go for other Ayurvedic Courses like BAMS and BHMS. Around 85% of seats are available under State Quota. 15% Seats are available under All India Quota. The schedule of the exam activities is given down below. In addition, to check the Prospectus for NEET, go through the article.


  • NEET Admit Card 2020 was released on 26th August 2020 in online mode. Candidates had to enter their application number, password, security pin, and DOB to download it. Do not forget to take out 2-3 copies of it.
  • NTA had released a notice declaring that all the safety measures will be taken during the examination. The no. of students per exam hall has been reduced from 24 to 12 as well. In addition, the distribution of candidates and centres during 2020 and 2019 has been mentioned in the press release for reference purposes. – Check Press Release
  • NTA released a notice to ensure the students that proper safety measures will be taken during the examination. The exam centres will be sanitized before the examination. In addition, with the help of state governments, other precautions will be taken care of. Candidates can read the notice here. In addition, students are advised to take proper precautions from their side as well – Press Release
  • Union HRD Minister launched the “National Test Abhyas” app for NEET/ JEE/ Other Competitive Exams. Candidates can thus download the mobile application and practice the mock tests. The National Testing Agency has uploaded study materials on Diksha Portal. Check the video for the latest updates. The NTA has also uploaded the official notice stating the rescheduling of the exam on its official website. Check – Official Notice for Rescheduling of NEET-UG 2020
  • NEET 2020 Prospectus consists of all the information regarding the 2020 admission process. Some changes have been made in the application process. Furthermore, the information bulletin is given down below.

NEET Exam Dates 2020

The National Testing Agency has released the exam dates and the admission dates. Candidates can check the complete admission schedule of the NTA NEET 2020. These are the revised dates if there is any change in the admission process, then we will update it here.

EventsScheduled Dates
starting date of registration2nd December 2019
last date of registration1st January 2020
Correction Window13th to 19th March 2020
Re-Opening of Form Submission3rd to 9th Feb 2020
Correction Window Open Again04th July 2020 to 20th July 2020

23rd September 2020 to 30th September 2020(Reopened)

Exam Center Change04th July 2020 to 20th July 2020
NEET Admit Card Release Date(Released)26th August 2020
NEET Exam Date26th July 2020

13th September 2020

Declaration of NEET Result16th October 2020


Latest Changes Made In NEET 2020

The National Testing Agency has made some changes. In addition, applicants should have complete knowledge about the changes made in the application process and exam. Thus, all the changes made in the session are as following –

  • The Exam Fee has been revised, the category-wise application fee is mentioned below.
  • Now the applicants have to upload Class X Certificate and Postcard size Photo as well.
  • Now, there will be a single entrance exam conducted for admission into MBBS Courses. The AIIMS and JIPMER Exam is scrapped from the 2020 academic session. Read details about the Common Entrance Exam for AIIMS/NEET/JIPMER.
  • The Entrance Exam will take place offline in one shift. The Counselling will also be common for NEET, AIIMS, and JIPMER.
  • The National Testing Agency became the conducting body for NEET and JEE Mains
  • 10% Reservation is available for the Economically Weaker Sections. Moreover, 15% of the seats are reserved for scheduled caste (SC) category applicants, 7.5% for Scheduled Tribes (ST), and 27% for Other Backward Classes.
  • A photograph without a name, date, and white background will not be rejected.
  • The Upper Age Limit was removed. Yes, there was no upper age limit for the candidates.
  • Around 491 Colleges will accept the NEET Scores. Around 63, 900 seats are available under NEET MBBS 2020 Entrance Exam.
  • The NEET scores are valid for 3 years, for the candidates who are willing to study abroad.
  • Private, NIOS, and State Open School Candidates are also eligible for the Exam.
  • There is no limit for appearing for the exam. Candidates can now appear for the exam as many times. This is applicable to all the categories.


NTA NEET MBBS/BDS 2020 – Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria are the most important factor in the process of admission. In fact, the selection of the candidates to move further depends on the eligibility. The NEET 2020 Eligibility Factor comprises of the age criteria, qualifications, reservations, etc. Therefore, it is important to satisfy the eligibility criteria.

Nationality and Age-Criteria

  • The Nationality of the Candidate must be Indian/NRI/OCI/ PIOs and Foreign Nationals.
  • The minimum age of the candidate must be 17 years as on 31st December 2020.
  • There is no upper limit. Thus, Candidates of any age can register for the exam.

Educational Qualifications

  • Candidates must have passed the 10+2 Exam from a recognized Board.
  • Other than that, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology must be compulsory. These subjects along with English must be core subjects.
  • The Qualifying Marks for UR is 50% and 45% (UR PWD). Whereas, for Reserved Category it is 40%.

Number of Attempts

  • Candidates can apply as many times as they want. There is no certain number of attempts.
  • The NEET 2020 Scores for the candidates who are willing to study in abroad, will be valid for three years.

NEET Helpline Numbers

If you have any questions or queries regarding the exam, then contact the helpline numbers provided below-

  • NTA Text helpline number 1 – 8700028512
  • Number 2 – 8178359845
  • No. 3 – 9650173668
  • No. 4 – 9599676953
  • No. 5 – 8882356803

NEET 2020 – Application Form

The NEET Application Form 2020 was released on the 2nd of December 2019 online. The last date to submit the form is 31st December 2019. Hence, the candidate can fill the form by visiting the website- The NEET NTA Application Form is an important stage in the admission. The form comprises of the Personal, Educational Details of the applicant. Therefore, we advise the applicants to submit the details correctly. However, submitting the wrong details will cause rejection of the form.

How to Fill the NEET UG Application Form?

The NEET Online Form comprises of many stages. Hence, the candidate must complete each and every stage. Thus, the step by step procedure to fill the form is-


This is the first stage of the application form. You will have to enter basic information about yourself. This includes- Name, Date of Birth, Mobile Number, E-mail ID, etc. Soon after entering the details, check and submit. After the submission, you will receive a Registration ID and Password. The details will be sent to your contact. This will be a login credential in future cases. Therefore, keep the details safe.

Filling of the Details

Now, after registration, log in using the ID and password. Start filling in the rest of the details. In this section, you will have to enter your marks, exam centre choice, etc. After that, you will have to enter your address and proceed to the next stage.

Uploading Photograph, Signature, and Documents

After entering all the details, upload the documents. The documents include Photograph, Signature, and ID Proof. It must follow the specifications. The documents must be scanned properly. Moreover, make sure that the file size is as per the prescribed specifications. As otherwise, you will not be able to upload the documents. Further, the specifications prescribed by the NTA to be followed are as follows:

  1. Passport Size Photo (10kb to 200 kb)
  2. Post Card Size Photo (50kb-300kb)
  3. Signature (4kb to 30kb)
  4. Left-Hand Thumb Impression (10kb to 50kb)
  5. Class X Certificate (100 kb to 400kb)

Payment of the Application Fees

Now, after uploading all the documents, make the payment of the form. The application fees are mandatory to pay. However, the mode of payment is online. Therefore, it accepts only Credit/Debit Card and Internet Banking. In addition, the application fees have been revised, thus the NEET 2020 Application Fee for each category is as follows:

  • General/Unreserved: INR 1500/-
  • General- EWS/ OBC-NCL: INR 1400/-
  • SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender: INR 800/-

Reservation Criteria in NEET 2020 Exam


Further, in case the seats of State Medical Colleges/ Universities/ Institutes/ Private Medical Colleges are filled under 15%. Then, for All India Quota, the reservation policy of the concerned state Govt. shall apply.

NEET Application Form Correction

The NEET Application Form Correction has started. The last date for the modification is 31st January 2020. This facility is available after the application form is over. Candidates can modify or correct the details in the form. However, the link is now available on the NTA Website. Therefore, correct the information as early as possible. So, if there are any mistakes, then you can make corrections.

Mock Test 2020

The Link for the NEET Mock Test 2020 will be available after the Application Form. However, the mock is the dummy of the real exam. This will help you to understand the exam pattern. Candidates can log in and start taking the test. However, the link for the mock test will be available for a short time. Therefore, it is very important to practice Mock Tests.

NEET Entrance Exam Admit Card 2020

The NTA NEET 2020 Hall Ticket will be available online. Candidates can download the admit card from the NTA Website. The NEET Admit Card 2020 will be available on 27th March 2020 (announced). Therefore, you need to download the hall ticket before the exam. The Admit Card is a mandatory document. It contains all the details of the exam and the applicant. You can download the admit card by submitting the Application Number and Password. Hence, You will not be eligible to appear for the exam without an admit card.

How to Download the NEET Hall Ticket 2020?

The step by step process to download the NTA NEET Admit Card is as follows-

  • Visit the Official Website of NTA NEET (
  • Click on the Admit Card Link
  • Enter your Registration Number and Date Of Birth
  • Click on Submit Button
  • The Admit Card will be displayed on the screen
  • Check all the details and download.

NEET 2020 – Exam Centers

The NEET Exam Centres are the places, where the NEET 2020 Exam will take place. The exam takes place in over 154 cities across India. The details of the NTA UG 2020 Exam Center will be available on the admit card. However, you can fill the exam center choice at the time of form filling. You can add up to three exam choices. Hence, on the basis of your priority, you will get the exam center. Also, candidates must note that the exam centre once allotted cannot be changed.

Dress Code For NEET 2020

The National Testing Agency has made some strict rules regarding the Dress Code of NEET. Therefore, the Candidates appearing for the exam have to follow the NEET Dress Code. Hence, some of the dress code rules by NTA is as follows-

  • Candidates have to wear light-colored clothes
  • Only sandals and slippers are allowed.
  • Candidates can wear short sleeves clothes.
  • No Metal Items such as belts are allowed.
  • You should not carry any accessories along with you.

NEET 2020 Exam Pattern

NEET Exam Pattern is very important in the preparation. If you have complete knowledge about the exam pattern, then you will be able to score well in the exam. So, the exam pattern of NTA NEET Exam 2020 is as follows-

Mode of the ExamOnline
Time Duration3 Hours
Exam ShiftOne Shift only
Total Marks720 marks
Number of Questions180 Questions
Number of SectionsThree- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
Question DistributionPhysics and Chemistry (45 Questions each), and Biology (90 Questions)
Marks per Question4 marks
Negative MarkingYes. -1 for the wrong answer

Therefore, candidates must follow the exam pattern very carefully. The NEET Exam Pattern 2020 will help a lot in the preparation.

NEET Syllabus 2020

The NEET Questions will be asked from 11th and 12th Course Subjects. Thus, questions will be objective type. Thus, A total of 97 Chapters are present in the syllabus. However, we advise the candidates to get handy with the NEET 2020 Syllabus. This will help you a lot in the preparation. Therefore, we advise the students to stay updated with the syllabus.

Recommended Books for NEET 2020 Preparation

The Best Books for NEET 2020 Preparation are the NCERT Books. However, other than that you can follow some reference books. H.C Verma, Dinesh Chemistry, etc. are some good books to follow. Other than that, We also advise the candidates to follow the NEET Previous Year Question Paper as well. This will improve your preparation level.

NTA NEET MBBS Preparation Tips 2020

Preparing for NEET can be tough. However, if you have that confidence and zeal of clearing, then nothing is impossible. So, to ease up your burden, we have some preparation hacks. This will definitely help you to score more in the NEET UG Exam 2020. Also, this will also help those candidates who are preparing without coaching. So. here are some essential tips for preparation.

  • Firstly, Start with the Exam Pattern and Syllabus. This is the most important tool in preparation. Therefore, make sure that you are handy with the pattern and syllabus. This will help you to schedule your preparation.
  • Plan Well and Early. The more early you plan, the more time you get to prepare.
    Start with the topics that you find difficult. Make a proper time table. Dedicate more time to the hard topics.
  • Make Notes. Making Proper Notes will help you a lot. You can go through the notes whenever you are sitting idle. Be precise with the topics.
    Follow NCERT Books. If you are into a lot of books, then refer only to NCERT. It covers 90% of the NEET Syllabus.
  • Make Flow Diagrams to remember. This is a very nice trick to prepare. Diagrams will help you to remember topics more easily.
  • Practice Online Mock Tests and Previous Paper. This will improve your speed to attempt questions.
  • Lastly, stay fit and healthy. Dedicate more than 6 to 8 hours for preparation. Have faith in yourself.

Exam Day Guidelines

The Exam Day Guidelines are implemented by NTA. However, the guidelines are for maintaining discipline in the exam. Some of the NEET Exam Guidelines are as follows-

  • Reach the Exam Center 2 Hours before the exam. You need to carry all the documents mentioned.
  • Make Sure that you follow the Dress Code. Do not carry food items to the exam.
    Do not carry mobile phones, paper, a watch, etc.
  • You cannot leave the center before the exam timing. Hence, the candidates must follow these guidelines.

NEET 2020 Question Paper

NTA NEET 2020 Question Paper will be available soon after the exam. However, the Question Paper will carry questions asked in the exam. We will upload all the questions here. Further, the student’s planning to appear for the exam can refer to it. The ones who appeared for the exam can refer to the question paper and answer key for calculating a rough score.

NTA NEET Answer Key 2020

Soon after the completion of the exam, the NEET Answer Key will be released. NTA will release the Solution Key. The Answer Key will be available on the website of NTA. If the exam will take place online, then memory based questions will be available by the Coaching Institutes. Similarly, if the exam will take place offline, then OMR will be released. However, the NEET Answer Key 2020 will contain all the correct answers to the questions. If in case, any answer is wrong by NTA, then candidates can object to it. Hence, to object a question, you will have to pay Rs 1000/question. To access this, candidates can use the NEET Candidate Login. You can get both the Official and Unofficial Answer key here.

National Entrance cum Eligibility Test 2020 Result

The NEET Result 2020 will be available online. The National Testing Agency takes around a month to evaluate the papers. So, the NEET MBBS/BDS Result will give the qualifying status of the candidate. The Scores will be available in the form of a percentile. The Result will be released in the form of a Merit List. Therefore, in order to qualify, you need to score the minimum qualifying marks. Hence, to check your Result, you will have to provide your Registration Details. You can download NEET Result PDF here.

NTA NEET Result Statistics (Previous Years)

Number of Registered Candidates15,19,37513,26,725
Number of Candidates Appeared the exam141075512,69,92,295
Candidates Absent10862056803
Indian Nationality151606613,23,673
Number of Cities154136
Number of Languages1111
Total Centers25462255
Total Number of Rooms6400056000
Number of Invigilators128000150000
Number of Observers and NTA Representatives6000+4500+
Number of City Co-ordinators163153

NEET Toppers List

Soon after the declaration of the NEET Result, the NTA publishes the NEET Toppers List. The list will be available in different categories such as State-Wise NEET Toppers, Female/Male/PWD NEET Toppers, etc. However, we have listed out the Toppers of NEET/AIIMS and JIPMER.

AIRName Of CandidateScorePercentile
1Nalin Khandelwal70199.9999291
2Bhavik Bansal70099.9997873
3Akshat Kaushik70099.9997873

AIIMS Toppers List

AIRNamePercentile Score
1Bhavik Bansal100.000000
2Vishwa Hitendra Vadodaria100.000000
3Akshat Kaushik100.000000

JIPMER Toppers List

AIRNamePercentile Score
1Arunagshu Bhattacharya99.9986761
2Prateek Upadhayay99.9985639
3Aryan Bansal99.9971278

NEET Merit List 2020

The NTA UG NEET Merit List will be released online. It is nothing but the result only. The Merit List of NEET 2020 will comprise of the rank of the candidate. However, the NEET Merit List 2020 will be available for various categories. The types of Merit List, released by NTA are-

  • NTA NEET Overall Merit List
  • NEET MBBS State-Wise merit List
  • Category-wise Rank List
  • Gender Wise Rank List
  • AIQ and Course Wise Merit List.

List of Details Available On the Merit List

The Merit List of NEET 2020 will carry the following details –

  • Name of the Candidate
  • Roll Number
  • Category
  • All India Rank
  • PWD Status etc.

NTA Medical 2020 Rank Card and Score Card

Now, soon after the release of the Result and Merit List, the applicants will be able to download their scorecard. However, candidates must note that the rank card and scorecard are different. Thus, the NEET Score Card is the printout of the result. Whereas, the NEET Rank Card is for those who have qualified under 15% AIQ Quota.

NEET State Rank 2020

The State Rank is different from the All India Rank. Soon after the declaration of the result, the result will be sent to the respective State Authorities. A separate State Rank List will be prepared. There will be separate State Counselling for the candidates. Through NEET State Rank 2020 List, candidates can get admission to State Medical and Dental Colleges. Every State releases its own rank list. 85% of NEET MBBS/ BDS Seats are available under State Quota.

NTA NEET Cutoff 2020

The Cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks on the basis for the selection of candidates. Therefore, on the basis of cutoff marks, candidates will get ranks on the merit list. However, the cutoff marks depend on various factors. Some of them are-

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of candidates appearing for the exam
  • Previous Year Cutoff etc.

Hence, on the basis of these factors, NTA will release the cutoff marks. Also, candidates must note that the NEET State Cutoff Mark will vary. The cutoff marks will vary from state to state. Along with that, candidates who score more than the NEET 2020 Cutoff will be eligible for counselling.

NEET Counselling 2020

This is the last and final stage of the admission process. The NEET Counselling 2020 will take place soon after the result. The Mode of the Counseling Process is Online by Thus, after getting the NEET Score Card, you can register for counselling. The Counselling will take place in three rounds. If the seat remains vacant, then a NEET Mop-Up Round Counselling will take place. Hence, on the basis of qualifying marks, the counseling will be held. However, in the counselling round, you will get three options.

If you have got a seat in the collegeYou can either accept or apply for next round
Not got a seat in the FirstCan be eligible for the second round

Thus, the process will repeat for every round. However, the seats will be confirmed after admission. Thus, to complete admission, you will have to pay admission fees. The process will continue until all seats are filled.

NEET Seat Matrix 2020 (MBBS and BDS)

Name of the CollegeTotal AIQ Seats (MBBS)
Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU Varanasi84
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi37
VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi63
B.J Medical College, Ahmedabad37
King George’s Medical University, Lucknow37
Stanley Medical College, Chennai38
Siddhartha Medical College, Vijayawada23
Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai27
Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram30
SMS Medical College, Jaipur38

AIQ NEET Seat Matrix 2020 for BDS

Name of the CollegeTotal AIQ Seats (BDS)
Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Delhi6
Postgraduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak15
Nair Dental College and Hospital9
Faculty of Dental Sciences50
RUHS College of Dental Sciences, Jaipur6
Government Dental College, Thrissur8
Regional Dental College, Guwahati6
Mahatma Gandhi PG Institute of Dental Sciences, Puducherry6
Government Dental College, Nagpur7
Faculty of Dental Sciences, KGMU, Lucknow9

What If You Do Not Get a Seat In Counselling?

As you know, NEET is a highly competitive exam. So, Every year lakhs of candidates try their luck. Out of which, around 10% of candidates get a chance for admission. So, what if you do not get a seat in the counseling? Well, apart from NEET 2020, there are a lot many options to boost your career in the medical field. Therefore, we have provided a few courses, that will help you to guide your career.

  • Clinical Research
  • Pharmacy Courses
  • Food, Science, and Technology
  • Nutritionist
  • Nursing
  • Medical Lab Worker etc.

Thus, apart from MBBS and BDS, you can also go for the following courses-

Bachelor In Science (B.Sc)BHMS
BVScAnimal Husbandry

Hence, NEET 2020 Exam is one of the biggest Medical Exams. However, The Exam will take place in a single session. Also, this year we are expecting that around 13 to 15 lakh candidates will appear the exam. Thus, make sure that you follow all the details of the exam. We also advise you to start preparing from now onwards.

Content-Based Lectures

NTA has released video-based lectures. Candidates can refer to the lectures while preparing for the exam. Moreover, the lecturers are from the IIT Professors and Subject Experts. Thus, they are the right ones to guide you through all the topics. Further, NEET 2020 aspirants now have a great chance to learn from the best. You can also find many other subject-related related videos. Candidates do not have to pay anything for these Content-Based Lectures. Further, anyone of you can check it out.

NEET 2020 FAQs

Ques. Will NEET 2020 is Offline/Online?
Ans. NEET 2020 will take place Offline (Pen-Paper Mode). The Exam is on 3rd May 2020.
Ques.Which State should I choose for 15% All India Quota?
Ans. According to the NTA Notification, you can choose any State/UT for State of Eligibility in the NEET Form.
Ques. How many times can I appear NEET 2020 Exam?
Ans. There is no restriction in the number of attempts for appearing the NEET Entrance Exam.
Ques. What is the difficulty level of the NEET Examination?
Ans. NEET 2020 Questions will be based on Class 11th and 12th Syllabus. The subjects include Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. However, the difficulty level of the exam will always be on the basis of your preparation and performance in the exam.
Ques. What is the Age-Limit of NEET 2020 Exam?
Ans. There is no age limit for NEET Medical Entrance Test.
Ques. Is it true that AIIMS and JIPMER are included in the NEET Exam?
Ans. Yes, AIIMS and JIPMER are included in the NEET 2020. That means on the basis of the performance in NEET, candidates will get admission in AIIMS and JIPMER.
Ques. How many seats are there for NEET Admission?
Ans. There are 77,298 seats as per MCI data and 26693 seats in BDS. 


    • Hi Donna,
      Yes, one can appear for the exam many times.
      No, a student of class 11 cannot appear for NEET Exam, as one needs to satisfy the eligibility criteria for being eligible to appear for the exam.

    • Hello Lusie
      The NEET 2020 Exam will be held in 3rd May 2020.
      The Application Form will be made available in 2nd December 2019.


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