Big update NEET 2022: Online Application, Exam, Result dates Check below

Big update NEET 2022: Online Application, Exam, Result dates Check below

 

 

 

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NEET exam 2022 is expected to be conducted in June, Candidates can check expected changes in NEET entrance exam pattern, no. of attempts.

 

NEET 2022: As per the updates, the National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to release the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) notification 2022 this month. The medical entrance exam will likely to be held in June 2022. However, there has been no official announcement regarding the exam dates yet.

 

Once released, the notification and NEET 2022 application will be released on the official website – nta.neet.nic.in. Students willing to get admission to MBBS and BDS courses can apply for NEET 2022. Every year, 15 lakh candidates appear for the medical entrance exam.

 

As per media reports, this time there might be changes in the exam dates, exam pattern, languages etc. This year, however, the medical entrance exam will be different than usual. Here, aspirants can go through the major changes that can be expected this year.

 

NEET Exam Date 2022

 

 

 

As per trends, NEET 2022 is usually conducted in May however, due to COVID-19 situation since last two years, the exam was being held in September. Due to delay in the NEET exam and counselling process, this time the exam is expected to be held as per the schedule. Therefore, it is expected that NEET will be held in May or June 2022.

 

NEET Number of Attempts

 

As per the updates, Tamil Nadu is considering scrapping NEET, there are many states that are planning to conduct NEET twice. This will provide the aspirants multiple chances and they can improve their scores, however, this proposal is still being under consideration of the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education.

 

NEET Exam Pattern 2022

 

In 2021, NEET had 45 questions in each subject and had to answer 50 questions from each section. The number of questions to be attempted remained the same. This will remain applicable this year too as states and central boards have reduced the syllabus.

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