The Counselling for NEET 2016 has begun from Monday, August 22 in online mode. As per the changes made to the Regulations on Graduate Medical Education 2015, NEET 2016 Counselling will be conducted in two rounds for both All India and State Quota seats. With the amendment in effect, students might have several questions related to the changed process. Hence, StudMonk brings NEET 2016 Counselling FAQ with the view to answer common doubts of medical aspirants in India.
What is NEET 2016 Counselling FAQ?
NEET 2016 Counselling FAQ, as the name suggests comprises of frequently asked queries like online registration for counselling, seat allotment process, eligibility for counselling, different rounds in counselling, choice filling, required documents for registration mock counselling rounds, changing choices or withdrawal of allocated medical seats etc.
Candidates targeting NEET 2017 must take the preparation utmost seriously. This is because the competition is huge for this exam and seats are less. Your NEET 2017 preparation strategy should be such that you should be able tocrack all 180 questions in 180 minutes successfully. Below are few NEET 2017 preparation tips suggested by StudMonk experts to score great marks in the final exam.
NEET 2016 Counselling FAQ
Pick the right reference or study material for NEET. NCERT books should be referred primarily for strengthening your basics
Create a NEET Study Planner for managing time between preparation, revision and practise
Take frequent study breaks to avoid boredom and confusion during preparation
Revise and practice using NEET 2017 Mock Tests, sample papers and previous year question papers to supplement your final preparation. During your initial preparation phase, spend at least 1 hour for revising or practicing whatever you may have studied that day
Eat healthy and take at least 8 hours of sleep every morning to wake up and stay charged for the exam preparation every day
About NEET 2017
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test will be held by CBSE. It is mandatory for all medical aspirants to appear for this exam in order to get admission in medical and dental undergraduate courses across India. In 2016, AIPMT/NEET was conducted in two phases – Phase 1 and 2. About 6 lakh candidates appeared for this test last year. A combined result for both the phases has been released by CBSE.
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