NEET UG 2020

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NEET 2020 Exam Date : 3rd May 2020

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NEET UG Exam Pattern 2020

The entrance examination cell contains 1 paper in all languages having about 180 objective questions. There will be 4 options for each question. The questions will be based on physics chemistry biology (botany and zoology). The candidate is required to answer on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using ballpoint pen provided by the examination center only. Under no circumstances will candidate use his own pen. The duration of the test will be 3 hours.

Date of Exam 03/05/2020
Exam mode Offline
Type of questions Objective
Exam Duration 2 pm to 5 pm
No. of questions 180 questions
Language Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda languages.
Marking Scheme Four marks will be given for each correct answer.
Negative Marking One mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.

The question paper will be of Multiple-Choice questions (MCQ) which the candidates are expected to fill with a ball point pen given at the center itself. Candidates are not expected to carry anything with them except admit card.

Section No. of Question Marks
Physics 45 180
Chemistry 45 180
Zoology 45 180
Botany 45 180

NEET UG 2020 Exam Preparation methods

NEET exam is the first step towards a medical career and one of the toughest examinations in India. Due to a large number of applicants the cut off of the exam usually runs high. Certain points need to be considered while preparing for this exam:

  1. Candidates are expected to study well before appearing for the examination. NEET has several toppers every year and every topper will have his/her own methods to follow.
  2. To concentrate on each and every concept thoroughly. Going through syllabus, clearing doubts and thorough preparation along with practicing examples is the key to crack NEET.
  3. Candidates can refer to the study material given in the classrooms.
  4. Special attention should be given to textbook concepts since every question asked will be only and only based on syllabus.
  5. Since the syllabus is vast candidates can divide each section in small units and allocating specific time for revising and preparing for that particular section will become much simpler and help to finish the syllabus.
  6. Before going ahead on each new topic, candidate should ensure that the concept of topics is cleared and then proceed. It shouldn’t happen that while studying new concepts you forget the old ones.

To sum it up, practicing thorough studying, clearing of doubts and paying attention to every concept in detail is the key for a good preparation. Don’t forget to stay healthy while you do all of this!