NEET 2019: New Changes Implemented & Its Great News For Applicants | Check Exam Pattern

NEET 2019: NTA has closed the application for National Eligibility Entrance Test for the year 2019. As per the official website, NTA closed application process for NEET UG on 31st January 2019. Although now NTA has implemented a few changes in the application process for NEET UG 2019 and its great for the applicants.

National Testing Agency in the year 2018 conducted NEET for the first time. Now in 2019, it has been all set for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test again. But with the new year, NTA has implemented a few changes in NEET 2019, check out the same below.

NEET 2019: NTA to not reject applications Photographs without names

National Testing Agency has ended the application process for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for the year 2019. Although 31st January 2019 was the last date for filling the application form for NEET, some candidates still missed the deadline to upload a photo with name and date. As many candidates missed the same, NTA has announced not to reject the application of those who have uploaded the photo without name and date.

In a recent notification on the official website, NTA has declared not to reject the applications that have been uploaded photos without date, name and white background. As earlier, it was mandatory for applicants to upload the photographs with name, date and white background for NEET 2019. Although as many failed to do so, NTA planned not to reject the applications for the candidates.

Know the exam pattern for NEET UG 2019

NTA has scheduled to conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test on 5th May 2019. According to the notification, the 3 hours long NEET exam will be divided into 3 sections- Physics, Chemistry and Biology. NEET question paper for the year 2019 will consist of a total of 180 questions. Out of 180 questions, 90 will be of Biology and 45-45 each of Chemistry and Physics respectively. The question will be from Class 11 and 12 NCERT books.

As far as the marking of NEET exam 2019 is concerned, candidates will get 4 marks for each correct answer and negative marking for incorrect answer. Although no marks will be deducted for any unanswered question. We wish all the best to the candidates appearing for NEET 2019. Aso, candidates are requested to keep a regular tap on the official website for instant updates.


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