Granting an interim relief to the medical aspirants, aged above 25 years, the apex court however stated that the candidature of such candidates will be subject to the final outcome of the case before the court on validity of CBSE's decision to fix upper age limit.
NEET 2019 Result will be released on 5th June 2019. National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019). It is a national level entrance test organizes for admission into MBBS and BDS courses. These courses offered by various government and private colleges of India. NEET 2019 score card will be provided through online mode only.
NEET UG 2019 Revised Notification has been released. Now, the examination will be held as per the previous year pattern (once in a year with offline mode). The application form will be available online on NTA website starting from 1st November 2018.
It is almost December, it is very important that you must prepared well for your entrance examination. You must have very well completed the preparations by the last month itself. By this time you should practice well and refer other publication books as additional reference. Remember for your main preparation use only NCERT books.
Think!!! You can leave 9 chapters in physics and 6 chapters in chemistry (see the full article), still you can get a score of 550 - 600; provided you have mastered the other chapters very well.
Think!!! You can leave 21 chapters in physics and 9 chapters in chemistry (see the full article), still you can get a score of 450 - 500; provided you have mastered the other chapters very well.
As you prepare to appear in NEET UG 2019, it is a smart thing to know about most important chapters and their relevance (distribution) in the entrance examination. One who attends regular coaching classes as part of preparations may get tips from experts (from his / her teacher) about which chapters are most important and to which the candidate should pay more attention. If you are not being told anything before or do not have any idea about it then do not worry keep reading - this article is for you.
Aadhaar is no longer mandatory for registration for NEET 2019 or other such national level entrance examinations. Supreme Court, on 7th March 2018, directed CBSE to not make Aadhaar mandatory for enrollment to NEET exam. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief justice Dipak Misra has also directed CBSE to make this information available on its official website. It is also evident and appear on the CBSE officical website.