NEET Exam: Eligibility Criteria
Candidates should have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English as mandatory subjects in their 10+2 grade.
Must have scored a minimum of 50% in both 10th and 12th grade.
There is no upper age limit for candidates but the minimum age is 17 years.
Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs)
Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)
NEET Exam: Important Dates
Registration Dates: Dec 02, 2019, to Jan 06, 2020
Availability of Admit Cards: To be announced soon
Date of Examination: July 26, 2020
Announcement of Result: June 2020
AIPMT examination is of 3 sections with 180 questions in total.
The duration is of 3 hours.
The exam is a paper-based examination
The questions are objective type.
The total marks for the entrance exam are 720.
4 marks for each correct answer.
There is 1 mark negative marking.
Biology - Ecology, Biotechnology, Anatomy of Plants, cells, Microbes in human welfare, Plants Physiology.
Chemistry - Major questions are asked from organic chemistry, Inorganic questions are directly asked from Ncert Books. Physical chemistry is less.
Physics - Heart & Thermodynamics, Optics, Semi-conductors, current Electricity & Mechanics.
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