NEET 2019 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test

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NEET 2018 would be conducted at an All India level.  As per rules are given by MCI, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the only medical entrance examination except for AIIMS and JIPMER Examination. All the medical and dental colleges in India that are...

NEET 2018 would be conducted at an All India level.  As per rules are given by MCI, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the only medical entrance examination except for AIIMS and JIPMER Examination. All the medical and dental colleges in India that are recognized by MCI/DCI must accept NEET scores for admission, they cannot hold separate examinations.

The Important dates for NEET 2018 are as follows:

Particulars Dates
NEET Application Form Submission February 8, 2018
NEET Application Form Submission in an online mode March 9, 2018
NEET Admit Card issue April 17, 2018
Examination Date May 6, 2018
Result Declaration June 6, 2018

Candidates would be filling the NEET Application Form online on the official website. The candidate should retain at least 3 printouts of the confirmation page, payment of fees, 5 copies of passport size photo and 2 postcard size photos after form submission.

The candidate can fulfill the requirements of NEET Application by following the below-mentioned steps:

  1. The NEET UG Application Form would be required to be filled.
  2. The photograph and signature would be required to be uploaded.
  3. The Application Fee can be paid in any one mode.
  4. The Confirmation page and proof of fee payment can be printed and kept for future reference.

Candidates should ensure that they fulfill the NEET Eligibility Criteria prior to applying. The candidates should pass Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology individually in the qualifying examination. The candidate should have at least 50% aggregate in PCB. If a candidate belongs to SC/ST/OBC Category the minimum marks requirement is 40%. If a candidate belongs to the UR PH Category, it is 45%.

Here's detailed NEET Eligibility Criteria:

  • The Lower Age Limit as on 31 December 2018 is 17 years. The upper age limit for candidates is 25 years. About 5 years of relaxation would be provided for SC/ST/OBC Category.
  • Candidates can attempt NEET UG for a maximum of 3 times. Those who have appeared for NEET UG 3 times cannot appear again for the examination. The attempt made in NEET previous year would be considered one attempt, so no candidate would be required to worry as such about the NEET Criteria 2018.
  • Candidates passing 10+2 from Open Schools or as private candidates would not be eligible for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test-UG. Study of Biology/Biotechnology as an additional subject at 10+2 level would not be permissible.
  • As the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have decided to contribute their MBBS/BDS Seats for allotment to candidates under 15% All India Quota from the year 2018-19, the candidates belonging to these states shall be eligible for 15% All India Quota Seats.

The several changes that have been introduced in NEET 2018 are as follows:

  • In the previous year, the upper age limit of 25 years for candidates belonging to General category and 30 years for SC/ST/OBC. This was removed and has been re-introduced this year again.
  • Candidates from open schools can no longer apply for NEET 2018. Candidates who had Biology/Biotechnology as additional subjects, also cannot apply.
  • Until last year, all the question papers had a different set of questions. In this year, all question papers would be consisting of same questions in different languages.
  • States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have joined the NEET System from this year onwards.
  • There are no changes in the NEET Syllabus. It is composed of Physics, Chemistry, Biology from the 11th and 12th Grade in standard boards across India.

The features of the NEET Exam Pattern are as follows:

  • Name of Exam: NEET
  • Question Count: 180 questions
  • Exam Mode: Offline
  • Question type: Objective
  • Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
  • Duration of Examination: 3 hours
  • Marking Scheme: +4 marks  for correct answer and -1 negative mark for the wrong answer

NEET 2019 Important Dates

The NEET important dates 2018 schedule has been released as below.


Important Dates

The release of NEET 2018 notification

February 8, 2018

NEET 2018 Online Application Form available

February 8, 2018

Last date of submitting NEET Online Application Form

March 12, 2018

Last date of NEET Application Fee Payment

March 13, 2018

NEET Application form Correction

March 15, 2018, to March 17, 2018

NEET 2018 Admit Card/Hall Ticket available for download

April 17, 2018

NEET 2018 Exam

 May 6, 2018

The release of NEET 2018 OMR Sheet 

Last week of May 2018*

The release of NEET Answer Key 2018

First week of June 2018*

Result Declaration of NEET 2018

June 5, 2018

NEET 2018 Counselling First Round

June 12, 2018, to June 24, 2018

NEET 2018 Counselling Second Round

July 6, 2018, to July 12, 2018

The candidates can check the detailed timeline for NEET Examination. The NEET Exam would be held on 6 May 2018. The NEET Application Form would be released on February 8, 2018.  The NEET Admit Card would be released on April 17, 2018. The NEET Result would be announced on June 5, 2018.

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NEET 2019 Eligibility

MBBS and BDS candidates can check here the NEET 2018 qualification criteria as determined by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Under Graduation (NEET-UG) will be conducted on May 6, 2018, in an offline mode. The qualification criteria of NEET 2018 indicates the academic capabilities, age limit, residency status, number of attempts and different conditions that must be met by all candidates showing up for the entrance examination.

While most candidates are accepting that the NEET qualification criteria 2018 will be the same as the previous year and not have any upper age limit, the probability of the rule being implemented remains very high. Another major NEET 2018 qualification criteria change that is anticipated is that NIOS board and open school candidates who were permitted to show up for NEET in the previous year may not be permitted to show up for the exam from 2018 onwards.

Applicants who have just examined Biology as an extra subject in Class 12 and not as a focal subject in the Classes 11 and 12 are probably not going to be permitted to apply. These updates to the qualification criteria of NEET 2018 were as of late presented by the Medical Council of India (MCI) according to a Gazette of India notification discharged on January 23, 2018, yet must be viewed as last once the authority NEET notice is discharged in the month of February 2018.

NEET applicants may take note of that the NEET Eligibility Criteria 2018 to show up for the exam will be separate from the qualification for admissions. NEET is the single entrance test in the nation for admissions to MBBS and BDS programs and would be conducted in 11 dialects from 2018 onwards. Applicants are encouraged to check the NEET 2018 Eligibility Criteria carefully before applying for the examination as they may not be permitted to show up in any event that they neglect to meet the same.

To appear for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Exam a candidate must meet the below criteria:

For 15% Merit All India Quota Seats

  • He/she must have completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or the age on or before 31st
  • The upper age limit is 25 years as on 31st December of the year of the entrance examination.
Age Limit:
Minimum – The minimum age limit is 17 years on 31st December of the year of admission.
Maximum – The maximum age limit is 25 years for general candidates and 30 years for reserved categories.
Qualification: Students must have passed/appearing 12th or equivalent examination from any recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology or any other elective subject with English.
Percentage Criteria: Students must have secured minimum 50% marks in PCB group for general candidates and 45% (for general PH) and 40% (for SC/ST/OBC categories).


NEET 2019 Application Procedure

There are 4 Simple Steps to Apply Online:

  1. Fill the Online Application Form and note down the Registration Number
  2. Upload photo, signature, and Right Hand Index Finger Impression*
  3. Make Payment of Fee through Credit/Debit Card, Net banking or by e-challan
  4. Print Confirmation Page after Successful remittance of fee.

The detailed instructions to fill the NEET Application are as follows:

  • Please read the instructions and proceed carefully before you start filling the Online Application Form.
  • Candidates can apply for NEET “Online” only.
  • Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as given in the Information Bulletin and on the website.
  • Uploading of Photograph, Signatur, Thumb Impression and self-declaration( Self Declaration is required in the case of candidate belongs to Andhra Pradesh, J&, and Telangana).
  • The Scanned image of the Photograph of the candidate should be in JPG format and Image size should be between 10Kb to 100Kb
  • The Scanned image of Signature of the candidate should be in JPG format and Image size should be between 3Kb to 20Kb.
  • The Scanned image of Left-Hand Thumb Impression of the candidate should be in JPG format and Image size should be between 3Kb to 20Kb
  • *The Scanned image of Self Declaration (in the case of candidate belongs to Andhra Pradesh, J&K, and Telangana) is required to be uploaded in JPG format and Image size should be between 200Kb to 300Kb.

The fee can be remitted in the following ways:

  • Through any Debit/ Credit Card using online payment gateway facility of Syndicate Bank / ICICI Bank / HDFC Bank /State Bank of India
  • Through e-Challan by depositing Fee in any of the branches of Syndicate Bank / ICICI Bank / HDFC Bank /State Bank of India. The e-challan may be generated after filling form on CBSE NEET website


Application Fees

The NEET Application Fee details are mentioned below.

  Without Late fee With Late fee
FOR GENERAL/OBC Rs.1400/- Rs.2600/-(Rs.1200+Rs.1400)
FOR SC/ST/PH Rs.750/- Rs.2150/-

For General/OBC candidates the application amount is Rs. 1400/- and for SC/ST/PH candidates the application fee is Rs. 750/-

NEET 2019 Admit Card

NEET Admit Card 2018 will be released in the fourth week of April 2018. It will be downloaded through online mode. NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is a national level entrance examination. It is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). This exam is held to get entrance into different UG MBBS and BDS courses everywhere throughout India.

NEET Admit Card 2018

The exam conducting authority will give a link to download Admit card from the official site. Candidates can download it in a format where the passport photo can be affixed. It won't be sent to any candidates by post or other modes. When candidates download the same, a copy of it in a pdf format shall be sent to the candidate's email ID. Applicants should keep the NEET Admit Card safe until further procedures.

After downloading the NEET Admit card, candidates need to check every one of the details as to whether it is right or not. On the off chance that candidates find any inconsistency in it, they will instantly contact the exam conducting expert. Read guidelines printed on Admit card carefully. In any event that particular documents are required to be carried, candidates must do the same.

NEET 2018 Admit Card Details

The Admit card of NEET exam contains the accompanying details of the applicant and exam:

  • Name of the Candidate
  • Roll Number
  • Father's Name
  • Category
  • Sub-Category


NEET 2019 Preparation Tips

Important Tips to Ace NEET:

  • Do not Underestimate NCERT Books
  • The syllabus comprises of topics from class 11th and 12th Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. For a thorough preparation, aspirants must stick to the NCERT books and develop a proper understanding of all the concepts. Along with the NCERT books, one must also refer to the recommended books by popular authors.
  • Be well-versed with the Syllabus

Many aspirants wonder if they can rely on class XI and class XII NCERT books for preparing Biology section.

DOs and Don't:

  1. Identifying the strong areas and focusing on the weak portions is the key to achieving best scores in any entrance exam. Aspirants can also focus on the strong areas only and have a thorough practice done from every corner of the subjects they master in and leaving no stone unturned.

  2. Strategic planning can be the key to plan successfully for the NEET, keeping time for the revision and self-help can work wonders.
  3. Practicing the maximum number of test papers can reduce the number of mistakes that one can commit in understanding the concepts and solve the related problems.


NEET 2019 Exam Pattern

Number of Questions:  The question paper will contain total 180 MCQ questions.
Subjects: The paper will be from subjects as Physics, Chemistry, Zoology & Botany.
Language: The language of question paper will be both – English or Hindi.
Mode of Exam: The exam will be conducted in offline mode (pen and paper based mode).
Duration: The exam duration will of 3 hours.
Marking Scheme: 4 marks will be awarded for each correct response.

NEET Exam Pattern


NEET 2019 Syllabus

NEET Syllabus 2018 - The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will set up the question paper of NEET 2018 based on the NEET 2018 syllabus. CBSE has proclaimed that National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 syllabus will stay same as that of the earlier year.

The information about NEET 2018 syllabus was reported on CBSE official site. Getting acquainted with the NEET syllabus 2018 will help a candidate to plan completely for NEET. According to the Medical Council of India (MCI), the NEET 2018 Syllabus is set up after a survey of different State syllabi and in addition to those arranged by CBSE, National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) and Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE).

The MCI prepares the syllabus of NEET 2018 in such a way to ensure uniformity the nation over and prescribes the same for admissions through NEET to around 90,000 MBBS/BDS seats in India. The NEET 2018 Syllabus will be founded on topics based on the PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) Science Stream in Classes 11 and 12.

Candidates getting ready for NEET 2018 can check the details about the syllabus of NEET 2018 from the article given beneath, inclusive of topics which will be asked from each subject, detailed syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, subject-wise questions being referred to paper.

NEET 2018 will be held on May 6, 2018, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. NEET 2018 will be held in an offline mode as a pen and paper exam. The length of the exam will be of 3 hours with Objective MCQ questions got from the NEET syllabus 2018.


NEET 2018 Question Paper Analysis

Analysis of NEET Previous Year Papers

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test was held on 7 May 2017 across various exam centers in India. NEET was held in a single phase covering topics like- Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology carrying a count of 45 questions.Every question carries 4 marks with a penalty of 1 mark for every wrong answer.
NEET is usually organized by Central Board of Secondary Education. This would help applicants secure admission for MBBS and BDS courses in the top medical institutes.
  • NEET was a pen and paper exam held for a total duration of 3 hours. It was conducted in 10 different languages - English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya, Kannada, Assamese and Marathi.
  • The exam had about 180 questions for a total of 720 marks. It would include 45 questions from Physics and Chemistry each and about 90 questions from Biology.
  • The paper had questions from both Grade 11th and 12th with equal contribution.
  • The weight of questions in Physics was imbalanced with on an average of 25 questions from 11th and 12 grade. Physics was tested across the following topics:







Number of Questions





Kinetic Theory




Optics, Wave Optics


Modern Physics





Physical Chemistry


Organic Chemistry


Inorganic Chemistry


General Chemistry











Genetics and Evolution


Biology and Human Welfare






Diversity in living organisms


Structural organization


Cell structure and function


Plant Physiology


Human Physiology



NEET 2019 Study Material

Though NCERT is one book that all the experts recommend but there are other books too, that should be referred to hit the bull's eye.


  1. AC Dutta for Botany (Oxford Publication)
  2. Handbook of Biology – Rahul Chawla
  3. GRB Bathla's Publication's for Biology (For theory and objective)
  4. NCERT- Biology Part 1 and Part 2
  5. Pradeep Publication's Biology (Theory and Publication)
  6. SC Verma (Part-1 and 2)
  7. Trueman's Biology (Theory)
  8. CBSE-AIPMT Biology Solved Papers by Arihant Books


  1. ABC Chemistry


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NEET 2019 Result

The NEET 2018 result is scheduled to be announced on June 5, 2018. NEET 2018 examination was successfully conducted on May 6 at the various examination centres across the country. The Answer Key is expected to be released on May 25, 2018. Previous year the cutoff for General category was at 131 marks. The overall cut off was comparatively high with no chances of getting a Government seat below 500 marks this year.

Last year Navdeep Singh from Muktsar, Punjab achieved 99.99 percentile making him the topper of this highly competitive exam. He had a score of 697 out of 720. There were 9 girls in the top 25 scorers of the country last year.

NEET Cut-Offs


The cut off of NEET 2018 is scheduled to be released in June 2018. NEET Cut Off refers to the minimum marks required by the candidate to be eligible for Admissions in various medical and dental colleges of India. Last Year the candidates who scored 131 marks and above in the general category have qualified the exam. The cut off for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC was set at 107 marks out of 720.

Last year the release of Cut Off was delayed from the scheduled date but for the academic year 2018, the Cut Off is expected to be released according to the schedule notified by the CBSE. NEET Cut off varies every year depending on the number of candidates appearing for the exam, difficulty level and the number of seats. According to the NEET 2018 examination analyses scoring a 50 percentile for candidates belonging to the general category may make them eligible for counseling. Candidates from ST/SC/OBC with a score of minimum 40 percentile may qualify for the NEET exam. Physically Handicapped candidates may need  45 percentile for qualifying the NEET 2018.

Candidates scoring in the top 15 percentile will be eligible for the seats through All India Quota.


NEET 2019 Counseling Details

Counseling for seats under 15% All India Quota:

Online counseling would be conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services. Information for online counseling would only be available on Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) website ( Candidates placed in Merit/ Wait List are advised to read the counseling related information carefully and understand the course of action to be taken by them for appearing in the Counselling. Any query related to Counselling may be referred to the following address:
The Assistant Director General (ME)
Directorate General of Health Services,
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi-110 108
Phone No. 011-23062493, (FAX) 011-23061907
For all counseling related queries, the scheme of counseling, FAQ's please refer to the website, candidates are requested to continuously update themselves regarding circulars, notices, news events etc. from the above website.

Counseling and admission in participating State Medical Colleges/Universities/ Institutions

Candidates wishing to apply for admission in participating State medical colleges/Universities/Institutions using merit list of NEET shall follow the instructions of the authorities of the medical college/Institution/University concerned for counseling. Candidates are also advised to contact the authorities of State/Institution/University and remain in touch with their websites.

Counseling for Delhi University under 85% Seat quota

In order to be considered for 85% Delhi University Quota, eligible candidates are required to appear in the NEET and also apply to the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the University of Delhi on the application form available from the Faculty of the Medical Sciences University of Delhi.
There have been attempts to centralize counseling of NEET. According to the authorities,  centralizing the counseling session would save a lot of time and money of all the applicants of all applicants as the entire procedure would be done at a single place at a specified time.  Some of the highlights are:
  • Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh filed petitions to make counseling a centralized initiative in order to make the application procedure even more easier.
  • The Supreme Court of India had ordered Madhya Pradesh to have combined counseling. The admissions that had been undertaken earlier were cancelled and fresh counseling was done to ensure admission of applicants.
  • The State of Punjab conducted centralized counseling excepting 3 colleges.
  • Old admissions were to be retained in the State of Maharashtra and new admissions were to be done through centralized counseling.
  • Madhya Pradesh was asked to give preference to domicile applicants by the Supreme Court of India.


NEET 2019 Selection Procedure

Admission to MBBS/BDS course is based only on the merit list prepared by CBSE after the exam.

  • To appear in the merit list, the candidate must have had scored at least a 50 percentile. For candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories, this limit has been relaxed to 40 percentile.
  • If for some reason the number of candidates scoring a 50 percentile is less, the Central government in consultation with the MCI and CBSE may lower the minimum percentile required to qualify the exam.
  • The candidate should have also scored an aggregate of 50% in the 10+2 qualifying exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology. This aggregate has been reduced for candidates of SC/ST/OBC who need an aggregate of 40% to qualify this exam.



Including AIIMS and JIPMER, there are total 63835 medical seats in 426 MBBS Colleges in India. Candidates should also know that Common Counselling will be held for 15% All India Quota Seats using NEET  merit list and admission on 85% State Quota Seats will be given using NEET Score and as per the eligibility criteria of the particular state by Directorate of Medical Education.

Seat Allotment Procedure: Seat category Method to fill seats
1 15% All India Quota Seats Would be filled at an All India Level as per the criteria using NEET merit list.
2 85% State Quota Seats (Govt Colleges) Admission will be using NEET scores and as per eligibility criteria of the state by Directorate of Medical Education 
3 Private and deemed NEETscores, state criteria, admissions would be done by Directorate of Medical Education State
4 Armed Forces College Seats filled using NEET scores counseling would be done at the Institute itself.




Reservation of seats in government medical colleges under 15% all India quota

  • 15% seats are reserved for SC candidates.
  • 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates.
  • 27% seats are reserved for non-creamy layer OBC candidates in Central Educational Institutions only as per Hon'ble Supreme Court order dated 10.04.2008. Reservation would be applicable to the castes mentioned in the Central list of OBC. Thus, the candidates falling in this list may mention OBC in the Category Column in the application form. Candidates from the creamy layer and those who do not come under Central List of OBC are advised to mention their category as General.
  • 3% seats are reserved on horizontal basis for Physically Handicapped candidates (only for locomotor disabilities of lower limbs between 50% to 70%, provided that in case any seat in this 3% quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs between
  • 50% to 70% then any such unfilled seat in this 3% quota shall be filled up by persons with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50% before they are included in the seats of the respective category, as per Certificate of Locomotor Disability) in 15% All India UG quota seat. 

Seat Reservation: Category of Applicant Percentage of reservation
1 Scheduled Tribe category 7.5%
2 Scheduled caste category 15%
3 OBC Category 27%
4 Physically Handicapped 3%

NEET Reservation

NEET reservation for Physically handicapped candidates

The Physically handicapped candidates should get themselves examined and certified at one of these places constituted in the following venues:

  • Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi
  • All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hazi Ali, Mumbai
  • Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research
  • Madras Medical College, Park Town, Chennai- 600003

Documents to be Carried

The candidates appearing for allotment by personal appearance should bring the following documents in original along with an attested copy of the documents for verification failing which they shall not be allowed to participate in the allotment process.

Below is the List of Documents to be Carried during the NEET Exam 

  • Admit Cards of Preliminary & Final Exam issued by CBSE.
  • The rank letter issued by CBSE.
  • Date of Birth Certificate.
  • Metric Certificate
  • 10+2 Certificate
  • 10+2 Marks Sheet
  • 2 Passport size photograph same as affixed on the application form

Test Centres

Candidates can find the detailed list of NEET Test Centres below:















































Candidates can search the cities in which NEET Examination is to be held along with the respective states.


Over 11 lakh applicants applied for NEET this year. The number of applicants has increased by a whopping 40% from 7 lakh applicants of 2016. This rise has been brought about by Supreme Courts decision to centralize the medical education procedure by introducing the single exam NEET.

Score Evaluation

The score is evaluated and presented as a percentile so as to avoid any discrepancies. Using the percentile method, the normalized scores appear and candidates are evenly evaluated even if the exam takes place in different phases or languages.

The NEET 2017 expected Percentile for will be as given below:



General or Unreserved Category

50th Percentile


40th Percentile

Physically Handicapped

45th Percentile

The NEET Question Paper consists of total 180 Questions out of which 45 Questions are asked from Physics and 45 Questions are asked from Chemistry and 90 Questions are asked from Biology. Based on this bifurcation we can say these three are the main subject but Biology is on first priority, Chemistry is second priority and Physics is on third priority. If a two or more candidates get equal marks, The AIR for a NEET student gets affected. In such cases, evaluation of NEET Score would be based on the following criteria:

  1. Students who have secured higher marks in Biology
  2. Students who have secured higher marks in Chemistry
  3. Students who have answered less wrong answers in all subjects
  4. Student older in age will be preferred
  • The calculation of Percentile on the basis of Marks can be done using below Formula:

(Individual ScoreX100)/(Marks obtained by top scorer)

  • The calculation of Percentile on the basis of Rank can be done using below Formula:

(Total appearing candidates – Rank secured)/(Total appearing candidatesX100)

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