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NEET 2017 Paper Analysis is Available Now!

CBSE conducted NEET UG 2017 in 10 different languages on May 7 in different centres across the country. Candidates attempted the question paper in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Oriya and Gujarati.  Below is the complete NEET 2017 Paper Analysis. Take a look. Read more

Only 6 NEET Centres for 2.5 lakh aspirants in Maharashtra

Medical aspirants appearing for NEET 2017 in Maharashtra are fearing chaos during the exam day. This is because CBSE has allotted only 6 exam centres in the entire Maharashtra state this year. Ironically, this year the number of candidates appearing for the exam has significantly increased. What will happen when the NEET centres are less compared to number of applicants, this is will a story to watch! Read more

NEET 2017 to be considered as the first attempt – CBSE

CBSE has recently released a notification mentioning some alterations in NEET 2017 norms. It stated that NEET 2017 will be counted as the first attempt for all aspirants. AIPMT or NEET taken earlier will not be considered as an attempt. Read more

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NEET 2017 UG Important Dates Likely to be Announced Today!

It is speculated that NEET 2017 UG is likely to be held on May 7. While the thought is doing rounds in the media since last many days, the official website of NEET has still not released any official notification.

The official notification for NEET 2017 for undergraduate courses is expected to come out today i.e. Monday, January 23. Candidates can check the official notification on cbseneet.nic.in once it is announced. Read more

AIPMT vs. NEET – What is the Difference for Students?

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level single eligibility and entrance exam for admissions in MBBS or BDS courses across India. This exam has replaced All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) and other medical entrance exams at undergraduate level.

Let’s tell you the difference between the two. Read more

Importance of Mock Tests for NEET Preparation

Be it a simple classroom test, school or college exam, major entrance exam or even job interviews, people always suggest to do a ‘mock’. A mock test helps you understand what exactly happens in an exam. No student should directly appear for an exam without going through the process of a mock test. It is advised to attempt several mock tests (at least 30- one each day) in the last month before the entrance exam. If you have anxiety issues before an exam, mock tests are the best remedy that will help you in believing in yourself. So, what is the Importance of Mock Tests for NEET Preparation?

NEET Phase 2 2016 will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 24th July 2016.

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10 Stress-Busting Tips while Preparing for NEET 2016

Stress is powerful, so powerful that it can lead to undesirable long-term effects on the human body. Each time you visit a doctor, they are sure to tell you- take it easy. However, every person on earth is stressed about something or the other. For adults it could be multiple things, but for kids, exams and classroom tests can also prove stressful. Life-changing medical entrance exams like National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET 2016 (MBBS and BDS) can cause immense stress. But there are simple tips that can help you cope with this pressure. Read more

CBSE Maths Paper 2016- Tough and Lengthy?

History repeats itself. This year too, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has received major criticism on the recently conducted 12th grade mathematics examination, dated 14th March 2016, Monday. Students and parents have tagged the exam as ‘very difficult, lengthy and out of syllabus’, with immense emphasis on ‘very’ and ‘out of syllabus’. Read more