NEET 2019: National Testing Agency, NTA would be releasing the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2019 application forms. The registration process would commence on nta.ac.in and probably on ntaneet.nic.in. The official website for NTA NEET 2019 has not been confirmed as yet. As per the official schedule, NEET 2019 applications would be available from November 1, 2018 till November 30, 2018. Check important dates, NEET 2019 eligibility under NTA and changes introduced here.
Please be informed that the MHRD and NTA have formally confirmed that NEET 2019 would be conducted on May 5, 2018 in pen and paper format. Also, the candidates are required to fill only the online application forms on the official website. The link of the website would be provided at the time of the release of information bulletin on November 1, 2018.
NEET 2019: Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility for NEET 2019 is set to remain the same as it was under CBSE NEET 2018. This includes the upper age limit as introduced by MCI. Please note, as per 2018 information bulletin, the upper age limit of 25 years which would be counted as on the date of the examination. That is, candidates who are 25 years or less as on May 6, 2019 would be eligible to apply for NEET 2019. Lower age limit for NEET 2019 is 17 year.
As for educational qualification, students who have passed (or would be appearing) in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology, as well as English, are eligible to apply for the examination. A minimum 50 percent marks are also required in the qualifying examination.
Eligibility of students from open schools is expected to be under question as no direct verdict is available on the same. Whether or not MCI would permit NTA to allow open school candidates to appear for NEET 2019 continues to be under query at present. Related News | NEET Exam Compulsory to Study Medicine Abroad from 2019, relief to this year applicants - Delhi High Court
NEET 2019: Important Date
Start of Online applications: November 1, 2018
Last date to apply online: November 30, 2018
Release of Admit Cards for NEET 2019: April 15, 2019
Date of the Examination: MAy 5, 2019
NEET 2019 Results: June 5, 2019
NEET 2019: No changes in the paper patter, syllabus.
NEET 2019, like previous years, would be conducted only in pen and paper format and in all the regional languages it was conducted by CBSE in. This includes English, Hindi, Urdu and 8 regional languages - Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Oriya and Kannada.
Candidates to please note that the regional languages would only be available in the regional examination centres. The option of choosing between English, Hindi and Urdu, however, would be available across the country. Related News | NEET 2019: NTA to conduct exam on May 5 - Check the new rules and changes introduced
Please note that the information provided is largely on the basis of NEET 2018 rules and guidelines. There may be a few changes (though NTA has approved there wouldn’t be any). Candidates are hence advised to use this information only as a basic guideline and go through the official information bulletin, as and when it is released by NTA on November 1, 2018.
NEET 2019: Application Form Releasing on 01 November.
National Test Agency (NTA) is all set to release NEET 2019 Application Form on November 01, 2018. Approximately 13 lakh candidates are looking forward to applying for the examination. The exam will be held on May 05, 2019, and here are 5 important things that all the aspirants must know.
1 NEET 2019 Application Form will be Released on Old Website.
The application form will be released online, on the official website cbseneet.nic.in. Now that CBSE is not conducting the examination, it was begin expected that the form will be released on nta.ac.in. However, the possibility of form to be released in old NEET website is more. Such is because the application form for JEE Main 2019 was also released on the old website of the examination.
2 NEET 2019 Important Chapter with Weight age
National level medical entrance examination is one of the toughest exam. Now that less than 8 months are left for NEET 2019, its high time to start the preparation. The competition is so high that candidates even seek help of crash courses. Some of the best crash courses are also available online. However, candidates may check the subject with highest and lowest weightage and the prepare accordingly. The chapters with most weightage are as follows:
Candidates can also check more detailed NEET 2019 subject wise weightage. Doing so will help in knowing which chapter is important and which is trivial.
3 NCERT Biology Book has Changed, So Refer to the New Book NTA has clearly stated that the syllabus of NEET 2019 will be same as before. Hence, it is advised that the candidates refer to the new NCERT Biology book. There were some factual errors in the biology book earlier, so it was changed. Hence, it is better that the candidates refer to the new book only.
4 Exam will be Held Offline in Single Slot
To the satisfaction of a lot of candidates, NEET will be held in pen and paper mode only. The exam will be conducted in 11 languages, in a single slot. Numerous states are fighting for exam to be held in its regional language. However, as per the notice so far it will be held in English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu
Also, just like last year’s exam pattern, there will be 180 questions in the exam, which will be of 720 marks. These questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology. All the questions will be of multiple choice type and each question will carry 4 marks each. There will be negative marking of 1 mark in the exam.
5 All the Dates for NEET 2019
All the dates for NEET have been released. Many students are of view that only the exam date has been released. However, the Agency has announced all the important dates. The registration for NEET 2019 is open from November 01 to 30. Admit card downloading will begin from April 15, 2018, and after the examination the result will be announced on June 05, 2018.