NEET 2021: Latest Update on Exam Dates And Eligibility For Registration

NEET 2021: Latest Update on Exam Dates And Eligibility For Registration

As the NTA has released the results of JEE Main 2021 February session but NEET 2021 aspirants are still waiting for dates announcements. It is expected that the National Testing Agency will announce the exam date of NEET 2021 in the second week of March. Also, the registration process and other information will be released soon.

Latest update

The National Testing agency approved the decision to conduct the NEET 2021 Exam twice, so it is possible that the registration process for the first round will start soon. This decision was taken to break the COVID-19 chain during the National Eligibility Criteria According to official sources and media reports, NTA is planning to conduct the first round of NEET exam 2021.

Eligibility for NEET 2021 Registration

According to last year information issued by the National Testing Agency, Only eligible students can submit the application form of NEET 2021. Here are the eligibility criteria 

Age- aspirants who have completed the age of 17 years at the time of application this year or end of the year 2021. However, he/she should not be more than 25 years at the application date. Reserved category students will get 5 years of relaxation in the age criteria. 

Academic qualification - Students must have qualified for the higher secondary board exam from a valid education board. Physics, Chemistry and Biology should be the main subjects in 12th standard. 50% marks is mandatory for General students and reserved category students will get relaxation. Appearing students, who want to get admission in Medical UG courses can also apply for NEET UG Exam 2021.

Nationality- Students have to be Indian citizen or overseas Indian citizen. Valid Photo ID is mandatory to have. 

What After NEET 2021

The preparation for the must be in the final stage. Some of the students following pro tips for preparing for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test will definitely get a good score. They will register themselves for counselling. In case students have fewer marks in the Exam they will have another option to study MBBS abroad

Every year thousands of students choose to study abroad in MCI or NMC approved medical colleges in other countries. Students complete their degree outside India at an affordable fee structure and then practice in various countries including India.