NTA Declared the date sheet for NEET Exam (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test). It is organized purely offline mode i.e. pen and paper-based which is stated in the official notification of the NEET Exam. It is the National level medical entrance exam conducted across India for providing admission into MBBS and BDS courses which are offered by the top institutions. From 2019, after a lot of expectation MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource & Development) Minister Prakash Javedkar States, the NTE will be the new conducting authority of JEE Main, NEET and UGC NET Examination. Its took over the CBSE (Central Board of secondary education) which was the last conducting authority. Through this article, you will get complete information about the NEET Attempt Limit.
NEET Attempt Limit 2020
NEET Admit Card has been postponed due to Corona Virus.
Till 2017, NEET/AIPMT aspirants could attempt this exam only 3 times within a consecutive year up to the age of 25 years for General/OBC Category and 30 years for SC/ST category. From 2018, CBSE the former conducting authority decided to remove this restriction and increased the attempt limit to 9 times for the general category and maximum 14 times for the other category for attempting NEET Examination.
In 2016, MCI declared that there will not be any age limit for attempting NEET Examination and it will be conducted twice a year. There is no attempt limit for NEET.