NTA has uploaded the advance NEET Answer key 2020 on its official website for all the sets (E1- E6, F1- F6, G1-G6, H1-H6). Use the answer key as per the code for which you have appeared and match the marked responses with the solutions mentioned in the key. NTA is accepting challenges between September 27 and September 29 this year and each challenge will cost students Rs 1,000.
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NEET Result 2020 is expected to be released by October 12, 2020. Candidates will be able to download their results from the official website – ntaneet.nic.in. NEET result will be available in the scorecard format and will not be sent via posts. Check NEET 2020 Cut off
NEET 2020 exam date has been fixed for September 13, 2020, as informed by HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal through a tweet.
August 26: NTA has released NEET Admit Card 2020 at ntaneet.nic.in. To access log-in using – application number, password and date of birth. Direct link to Download NEET Hall Ticket
The application form has also been reopened on 15 May 2020 and will remain open till 31 May 2020. Considering the outbreak of the Novel Corona Virus, NTA (the conducting body of NEET) had postponed the NEET 2020 examination is scheduled to be conducted on September 13, 2020. The national level medical entrance exam is conducted for taking admission in MBBS and BDS courses for postgraduate and undergraduate programs offered by the top medical and BDS colleges of the country. NEET is the gateway of opportunities for the students who are seeking to build their careers in the medical field. Through this article, you will get complete information regarding the NEET 2020 examination, application form, eligibility, exam dates, exam pattern, syllabus, etc.
|Name of the Examination||National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test|
|Examination Conducting body||National Testing Agency|
|Purpose of examination||Admission to medical, dental, and AYUSH courses in India (except AIIMS and JIPMER)|
Here we discuss the NEET Exam Dates:
|Application forms available online||2 December 2019|
|Deadline to fill the application||6 January 2020|
|Deadline to pay the registration fee||6 January 2020|
|Correction window for the application form||15 January 2020 to 31 January 2020|
|Extended correction window||1 April 2020 to 3 May 2020 (Extended)
15 May 2020 to 31 May 2020 (Re extended)
|Release of NEET admit card||26 August, 2020 (Released)|
|NEET exam date||September 13, 2020|
|Release of provisional answer key||To be notified soon|
|Release of final answer key||To be notified soon|
|NEET result||To be notified soon|
The candidates who wish to get admissions in the top medical universities in India must apply for NEET 2020 as it is the gateway for these prestigious colleges. The candidates can quickly fill the application form through the official website of NTA, which is the conducting authority of NEET. Three simple steps in the NEET 2020 Application Form Procedure are:
- Fill Required details in the application form.
- Upload your scanned images.
- Pay your application fee.
The candidates can follow the steps given below to apply for NEET 2020:
- Visit the official website of NTA (ntaneet.nic.in)
- Register on the website by filling in the mandatory details like personal details, contact information, qualification details, etc.
- Then, upload the scanned copies of your photograph, signature and the impression of your index finger in the given format.
- Pay your application fee via online or offline mode as per your convenience.
- It is advised that the candidates take a printout of the confirmation page for future references after the successful submission of the application fee.
- For General and OBC candidate, the application fee is INR 1400/-.
- For SC/ST & PH candidates, the application fee is INR 750/-.
- Candidates can pay the application fee via both online(debit or credit card) and offline mode(e-challan of Syndicate, SBI, ICICI Bank or HDFC bank).
The application correction for the NEET examination was done only in the online mode. The details regarding the NEET Application Correction are as given below:
- Application Correction was done in online mode only.
- Application Correction window is open till 31 May 2020.
- Candidates could make correction in some particular fields which are mentioned below:
- Date of birth (DOB)
- Identification Identity
- State Code
- Candidates Category
- Exam Paper Medium
- Disability Status
- Examination Center
- Qualifying Examination Code & Percentage (%) of Marks Obtained in Class 12th
- Parents Name (Father’s & Mother’s)
Before proceeding towards the application process, the candidates must check the Eligibility Criteria for the NEET exam. The eligibility criteria for appearing in NEET 2020 is given below:
- Nationality: The candidate must be an Indian citizen. An OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) can also apply.
- J&K/AP/Telangana: Those who belong from these states will be eligible for All India 15% quota only. They will also be eligible to take admission in AFMC, Pune by self-declaration.
- Aadhaar Card Requirement: The AADHAAR CARD is not mandatory to apply for NEET 2020
- Minimum Age: The candidate must be at least 17 years of age on or before 31 December of the year of admission.
- Maximum Age: The candidate must be 25 years (for General candidates) and 30 years (for OBC/SC/ST categories) of age on the date of the exam.
- Examination: The candidate applying for NEET must have qualified the Class XII or equivalent exam.
- The candidate applying for NEET must have Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Biotechnology with English as a compulsory subject.
- Appearing Candidates: The candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.
- Marks Required: General candidates should score a minimum of 50%, general PwD – 45%, OBC/SC/ST – 45% and OBC/SC/ST PWD – 40%.
NEET Exam Pattern
The Exam Pattern for NEET 2020 is as given below:
- No. of Question: 180 questions
- Exam Mode: Offline mode only (pen-paper based test).
- Type of Question: Objective type of questions.
- Subjects: Questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry & Biology (Zoology & Botany).
- Exam Duration: 3 hours (180 minutes).
- Language: It will be conducted in 8 languages, namely, English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi and Telugu languages.
- Marking Scheme: Each question carries four marks.
- Negative Marking: Yes, one mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
|Section||No. of Question||Marks|
Mediums of Exam
The candidates will have a provision of choosing from 2 official languages and nine state languages as given below:
English, Hindi, and Urdu
All States and Cities
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
West Bengal and Tripura
Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli
The NEET Admit card is released on August 26, 2020. Only the candidates who have successfully registered for the NEET 2020 will be able to download their NEET Admit Card from the official website. The admit card will not be made available in offline mode by the authorities whatsoever.
Details mentioned on the NEET Admit Card
- Candidate’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Roll Number
- Exam Date & Timing
- Exam Centre
The candidates must check their admit card for any discrepancies. In case of any error, the students must immediately contact the NTA.
The authority will release the NEET Answer Key one week after the declaration of the result, and it will be made available on the official website. The authority also provides the candidates with a facility to challenge the answer key by paying Rs. 1000/- per answer key challenged. In case the candidate is proven correct, the amount is refunded to the candidate.
The result is significant as the students can check their performance through the scorecard. NEET Result will be declared through online mode only. The candidates can download their scorecard from the official website of NTA and download it by logging in using their credentials.
It is advised that the candidates take a printout of the scorecard once the results are announced so that they can easily present it in the counselling process or for any other future reference. With the guidelines from the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI, and DCI, the authority also releases a merit list for the admission process.
Cut off is the minimum marks required by the candidates to qualify an examination. The candidates who score more than or equal to the cutoff will be eligible for the counselling process. The cut off depends on various factors such as:
- Number of students appeared in the exam
- The difficulty level of the examination
- Availability of seats.
Once the authority releases NEET result, it will be followed by the NEET Cut Off.
The expected category-wise cutoff for the NEET 2020 is as given below:
|Category||Cut Off Percentile||Cut Off Score||Number of Candidates|
|Unreserved||50th||701 – 134||704335|
|OBC/ SC/ ST||40th||133 – 107||90243|
|Unreserved – PH||45th||133 – 120||266|
OBC/ SC/ ST – PH
119 – 107
NEET follows the reservation policy prescribed by the Government of India. According to the government policy, 10% of seats will be reserved for GEN- EWS (General Economically Weaker Section). The general candidates whose family has a gross annual income below Rs 8 lakh are categorized as EWS. Candidates from Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are not eligible for 15% All India Quota seats
The NEET Reservation under 15% Quota of All India is as listed below:
|Category||Seats Reserved (Percentage)|
|OBC (Non-creamy layer)||27%|
As per the Reservation Criteria of NEET 2020, 3% seats of Physically Handicapped candidates are reserved for those who come under the Physically Handicapped category as per the provisions of Rights of Persons with Disability Act, 2016. If more seats are vacant, they will be made available to candidates with locomotor disabilities of lower limbs between 40%-50%.
For admission under the Physically Handicapped (PH) category in NEET, candidates are required to get a disability certificate issued from any one of the following assessment boards before the counselling process:
- Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, Delhi
- All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mumbai
- Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Kolkata
- Madras Medical College, Chennai
With the help of the College Predictor Tool, the candidates can predict the college that they may land in based on their score. NEET College Predictor tool will give you a rough idea about whether or not will you get admission to your desired college. It also helps the students in choosing the right college while registering for NEET counselling.
In a recent notice, NEET Syllabus is as same as the previous year. MCI (Medical Council of India) has prescribed the syllabus for NEET exam. It comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology. The authority has prepared it from the class 11th and class 12th board syllabus which is prescribed by the NTA, NCERT and other state boards.
The brief subject-wise syllabus is as given below:
- Physical-world and measurement
- Laws of Motion
- The motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
- Properties of Bulk Matter
- The behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
- Electronic Devices
- Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
- Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
- States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
- p-Block Elements
- Solid State
- Surface Chemistry
- p-Block Elements
- Coordination Compounds
- Phenols and Ethers
- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen, etc.
- Diversity in Living World
- Cell Structure and Function
- Human Physiology
- Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
- Plant Physiology
- Biology and Human Welfare
- Ecology and Environment
- Genetics and Evolution
- Biotechnology and its Applications
The candidates who wish to ace the NEET examination must not leave any stone unturned to prepare for the same. Here we have cumulated the best tricks to pass the NEET examination with flying colours:
Check detailed NEET UG Preparation tips:
- Review the Syllabus of NEET and prepare accordingly to avoid any wastage of time.
- Prepare a plan for daily routine and also for a monthly basis and create a time-table.
- Focus towards only the best study material which comes from reliable sources.
- Solve previous year question papers.
- Attempt as many mock tests as possible.
- Be prepared well before the examination and avoid last-minute preparations.
- Stay healthy and take proper rest during preparation.
Official Help Desk Details:
Candidates can contact the conducting authority via given address, contact number and email ID:
C-20 1A/8 ,Sector 62
IITK Outreach Centre,
Contact Number:8076535482, 7703859909
Email ID: email@example.com