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NEET or National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. After clearing the NEET exam candidates can get admission into the MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges approved by Medical Council of India.
In 2016, NEET was conducted in two phases: The NEET 2016 – I was conducted on May 1, 2016 and NEET 2016 – II was conducted on July 24, 2016. NEET provides better admission scope as compared to the former medical entrance AIPMT. In 2017, NEET will be conducted only in one phase.
The application process for NEET 2017 begins in the first week of December 2016. The application process will be conducted in online mode only. NEET examination will have questions from PCB stream at HSC level. The examination will be conducted for approximately 60,000 seats in both Medical and Dental colleges in 2017.
Candidates aiming for a good score in NEET 2017, should begin their preparation for NEET 2017 exam. The ideal way to go about preparing for NEET 2017, is to analyse the question paper of NEET 2016 exam and the corresponding result of appearing candidates.
|NEET Syllabus||NEET Paper Analysis|
Examination pattern for NEET 2017 will be similar to the paper in NEET 2016. It will be a pen paper based test and the question paper will have 180 objective type questions. There are mainly 3 sections in NEET 2016, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Biology is further divided into 2 parts i.e. Botany and Zoology. There will be 45 questions in each section, thus making a total of 90 questions in the Biology section.
A basic analysis of the NEET 2016 exam paper is given below:
The section containing questions from Physics was lengthy in comparison to other sections in the paper. Out of the 45 questions in the Physics section, 22 questions were from class 11 and 23 question from class 12 syllabus. The questions were mostly from NCERT textbooks but required a high aptitude and non-traditional approach.
This section was comparatively easier to the previous one. Numerical questions were simple and formula based. Only a few questions were from outside NCERT textbooks. The paper, though, missed some important topics from Chemistry such as environmental chemistry, chemistry from everyday life etc.
The difficulty level of this section was moderate. Equal weight-age was given to both class 11 and 12 syllabi. According to the previous year analysis, Botany was a little more difficult than Zoology.
If you are apprehensive about how to prepare for NEET 2017 exam, you do not need to worry anymore. By following the tips given below, you can achieve good rank in NEET 2017 exam:
Below is a list of books other than NCERT books which can help you during preparation for the NEET 2017 exam:
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