Changes In JEE And NEET 2019 Conducted By NTA & How Can I Prepare For It?

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Aahva 1 Year Ago
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Hi, friends as many of you know that there are many changes for JEE and NEET 2019, can someone elaborate the changes made by NTA like what will be the syllabus, any changes in exam pattern, how can I prepare for them in order to crack it?

asked Jan 23 4:35:23 PM

Aahva

Q: 23 A: 0

90 Answers

  • Major changes done by NTA is just this that the Exam will held twice a year for both JEE and NEET and this time the difficulty level will also increase.So pace up your preparation and don't miss this golden opportunity to make your dreams come true.

    Best of Luck.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • Hi Mr. Gopal as you came to know that there will be a huge change in JEE from next year, the change is there will be 2 JEEs as well as NEETs from next year & the exam will be organized by NTA, not the usual CBSE.
    As per your query your son will not be affected in any negative manner by this decision also better score out of the two will be considered for admission so it will give 1 more chance to students who can't score well in the first exam can go for the second exam without wasting 1 more year for preparation.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [color=green]This is one of the best decisions ever made by any Exam authority. This will be for the benefit of students and it will be happening for the first time. totally appreciate their efforts.

    All the best to all students preparing for JEE and NEET 2019 Examinations[/color]

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • Hi, I am an NRI from Bahrain & I also want to know about the recent changes in JEE pattern & how will it affect NRI students who are willing to take NEET exam in 2019.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • I don't know how much efficient this system will be as in India changes in system need time and people always find some flaws in it irrespective of the fact that it will be helpful for their children too. I want this to get success as it will motivate students in a best possible way in order to chase their dreams and they will also believe in the System.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • Well the HRD ministry has introduced a new change in JEE & NEET from now on the exams will be organized 2 times in a year but for the sake of simplicity it's not mandatory to take both you can only appear in one or in both it depends on you. The better score between the two will be valid & used for admissions. The syllabus for the exams will remain the same as of the previous years.

    To prepare for the exam you must start now as there is very less time left for the first exam for better preparation you should opt for online preparation method.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • JEE and NEET are the two most precious exams of India in order to pursue Graduation in Engineering and Medical, So most of the students are dependent on these two exams in order to chase their dreams and by taking this step by NTA they prove that the education authority thinks about the students also and about their future too.

    This is the best step taken by any education authority in India.All thanks to Prakash Javadekar for such contribution to Indian Education.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Well Shabnam I live in Dubai and I am also an NRI, as per the notification by NTA the only change is that exam will be held twice in a year & there is not any other change which may affect NRIs.
    The registration process for the exam will start from September for January exam & in Feb for April exam. The application fees for foreign students is Rs 2500/- for boys & Rs 1250/- for girls for JEE main paper 1 & for both exams it will be Rs 3800/- for boys & Rs 1900/- for girls.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • not much changes are done by NTA , just that JEE and NEET will held twice a year and the difficulty level will increase this time because of the two papers but I think this is a good initiative and it will help most of the students who fear from giving such big examinations.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • The big change in JEE is that from next year onwards it will be conducted twice a year by NTA, and you can take any one of them or both of them if you want to and its also not mandatory to take both of them. Another change is from next year there will be no pen & paper mode of examination you can only take computer-based test. I will also enlist the eligibility in brief:
    NTA JEE Main 2019 - Eligibility Criteria
    With no major changes announced in the eligibility criteria of JEE Main 2019, students may rest easy on this account and prepare as they normally would. The eligibility involves the same JEE Main eligibility criteria as mentioned below

    1. Date of Birth – Candidates born on or after October 01, 1994 are eligible. Relaxation by 5 years is given for Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) candidates whose date of birth should be on or after October 01, 1989.

    2. Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination (QE)

    Candidates must have passed their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2017 or 2018

    Those who are appearing in their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2019 are also eligible to appear NTA JEE Main

    Candidates studying from National Open School are also eligible.

    3. Number of subjects studied in the Qualifying Examination (QE) - It is mandatory that all candidates must have studied five or more subjects in their class 12th/qualifying examination to be eligible to write NTA JEE Main.

    4. Number of Attempts

    Annual: Candidates will be allowed two attempts per year – once in January and the second time in April when the exams will be held.

    Total number of attempts for each candidate: The number of attempts given to each candidate earlier was three in three consecutive years. It has been stated that there are no changes in eligibility so the total number of attempts calculated per student for three consecutive years will sum up to six. This is not as of yet clarified by the authorities and if changes are announced, the corrections will be published here.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • Well, the only change in NEET is that from next year onwards it will be held twice a year & there will be no pen & paper mode you can only a computer-based test. The first test will be held in Feb & the 2nd test will be in May but it's not compulsory to take both, one can take both or anyone depending upon your choice.
      The eligibility criteria for the exam has not been changed If you need here are the eligibility criteria for NEET.
    Candidates can apply for NTA NEET 2019 if they fulfill the required eligibility criteria. The application forms of the ineligible candidates get rejected, so aspirants are advised to through the eligibility criteria of NEET 2019 by NTA listed below.

    The candidates must at least be 17 years in age as on December 31, 2019.

    The age of the candidates must not be more than 25 years in age as on May 7, 2019.

    The candidates in order to apply for NTA NEET 2019 must have qualified in Class 12 or qualifying examination or must be appearing in the same in 2019.

    In the qualifying exam the candidates must have scored an aggregate of 50% (for unreserved), 45% (for Physically Handicapped -PH), and 40% (for reserved including the PH reserved) in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

    Candidates are required to have studied Biology/Biotechnology with practicals in both Classes 11 and 12. Candidates with Biology as an additional subject in Class 12 alone are not eligible for NEET 2019.

    Candidates are also required to undertake two years of regular and continuous study in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology". This implies that no gap year is permitted between Classes 11 and 12.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • It is clear from the other replies that now the exam will be conducted twice a year and there will be no pen & paper mode of the test. The exam paper will be more practical than the previous years, but now the question arises how to prepare for the exam as per the new scheme of the exams.
    Since the first exam will be held in Feb & there is very less time left for preparation so I will suggest you prepare through online method & attempt as much mock tests as you can.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [list]
    [li]As per the NTA rules, the examination will held in 8 sittings and the candidate have to choose only 1 date out of 8 in order to appear  for JEE and NEET Examination.[/li]
    [li]Examination will be completely Online Based and its the choice of student to appear for just 1 paper in a year or he/she can appear for both.[/li]
    [li]If the Candidate sits for both the papers, then the best marks out of both will be considered for generating his/her AIR.[/li]
    [li]Practice Papers will be available soon at the exam centres which will be announcing soon.[/li]
    [/list]

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • Hi Vishal, you don't need to worry as there are no changes in the exam syllabus & exam pattern for JEE, the exam syllabus will be same as of the previous years & the exam pattern will be objective type with 4 marks for a correct answer & -1 marks for an incorrect answer.
      The big change introduced by NTA is that they will organize the exam twice a year and I find this decision as very beneficial for students since it will allow us to take the exam twice a year & will give us a chance to improve our score without wasting a year waiting for the next exam. Hope I cleared your query.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • the changes made by NTA will also affect the cut-off markings of Top IIT's and NIT's. Will they go down or will they increase.I think the competition is going to be tough from next year and a large number of people will be competing for just 1 Seat.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • Can someone suggest me some better ways to prepare for the exam as many people are saying that the exam may get tougher this time?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Yes, the changes introduced by NTA are overwhelming & will be beneficial for us as from now we will have 2 chances in a year to improve our score it will save us a precious year of preparation. But the question is how should we prepare so that we will not fail in the new scheme. I will be looking for some online preparation courses so that I can prepare in time.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • Let's see what the new changes provide us we will get the clear picture only once the first exam is over. The first question paper will provide us the clear view of the changes that have taken place.
      Let's hope for the best.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • As per the notification now NTA(National Testing Agency) will conduct NEET instead of CBSE. The major changes are that the exam will be held twice in a year & the better score out of the two will be considered for admissions purposes. The exam syllabus & question paper pattern will be the same as that of previous years but from now on there will be no pen & paper mode of examination it will be conducted in online mode only.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • hey I want to know will NEET will be conducted by NEET this december?
    I am in class 12 and I live in Dubai, UAE and this is really confusing for me to understand.I have to start my NEET Preparation please clear my doubts.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • Can anyone tell me that if I am eligible or not for the exam as I have dropped twice & this will be my 3rd year gap?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [quote author=Alok_Tiwari link=topic=1423.msg1742#msg1742 date=1533104566]
    Can anyone tell me that if I am eligible or not for the exam as I have dropped twice & this will be my 3rd year gap?
    [/quote]
    3rd year gap means that you have passed your 12th examination in 2016 or earlier but as per the eligibility criteria, only those students are eligible who have passed class 12th examination in 2017 or later or will be appearing in class 12 examination in 2019. So, sorry to say you are not eligible for the exam from now on.
    Take a different route, best of luck.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • Will the NEET Exam that will be conducted by NTA in Feb 2019 and May 2019 be tough as compared to previous year NEET Exams?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • While the syllabus for both the exam is same as it was for the previous year papers but students may find the exam difficult this time as NTA has employed a team of teachers, subject matter experts, psychometricians etc. and they are creating a pool of questions from which the questions will be picked for the exam. And with the help of artificial intelligence, NTA is trying to make question papers unique for every student so that it is negligible to cheat in the exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • Are there any changes in the educational eligibility criteria for NEET by NTA?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Well there are no changes made in the eligibility conditions by NTA for NEET examinations they are same as were in the previous year, I am quoting you the eligibility criteria,

    The educational eligibility criteria for NEET 2019 by NTA are as follows:

    1)The candidate must have passed his/her class 12 examination in 2017 or later or is appearing for class 12 exam in 2019.
    2)He/she must have studied Biology as a subject during 11th & 12th.
    3)He/she must have scored 50% in PCB for general candidates, 40% for reserved category candidates & 45% for PH candidates.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • What will be the differences would come in JEE 2019 Paper as per new NTA Notification? Will the JEE Paper become more Tough as compared to previous JEE Papers?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • According to the latest news by NTA, they will conduct the JEE exam twice a year from 2019. Also, there will be no pen & paper mode for the exam one can only get computer based exam. There is no change in the eligibility criteria for the exam & the syllabus & exam pattern are also intact.
        Now as for the difficulty is concerned I speculate it to be increased this year, as the exam will be prepared by a more specialized team of experts, psychometricians & teachers so that students may more practical based exam than theoretical.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • Is it true that JEE will be taken twice next year?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [quote author=vaibhav21 link=topic=1423.msg1752#msg1752 date=1533116061]
    Is it true that JEE will be taken twice next year?
    [/quote]
    Yes, you heard it right from now NTA not CBSE will conduct the exam & the exam will be held twice a year. The HRD Minister Mr. Prakash Javedkar in a press conference in July 2018 told that from now on NTA will conduct the JEE & NEET exam & it will be held twice. The first JEE exam will be held in Jan & 2nd in Apr, the registration process for it will start in September for Jan exam & in Feb for Apr exam.
        There is no other change in the exam scheme.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [b]As per the news by NTA, there will be 2 JEEs this year do I have to appear in both & qualify them both separately?[/b]

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • [quote author=sumitsk24 link=topic=1423.msg1754#msg1754 date=1533117631]
    [b]As per the news by NTA, there will be 2 JEEs this year do I have to appear in both & qualify them both separately?[/b]
    [/quote]
    Yes, the exam will be held twice but you don't have to appear in them both it's your choice if you want to give only 1 exam or both & its also not mandatory to qualify them both. However, if you appear in both the exams the marks of one in which you scored more will be considered for admissions.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • As per the NTA Notification, that NEET will held held twice a year.Will it be beneficial for the students or it will make the competition tough?

    Please reply me asap.Urgent suggestion needed.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • The exam will be conducted twice & the syllabus for both will be the same. I think it will benefit students in a positive way as from now they can get two chances in a year for the exam, suppose one could not perform well in the first exam then he/she could analyze his/her mistake & reprepare for the next exam without wasting a year waiting for the next exam. But the students have to work hard as there is less time for preparation as there is less time gap between the two exams. There may be a rise in the cut off as more students will appear for the exam. The competition will increase as a result NTA may create a tough exam so prepare well for the exam. Best of luck.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Are there any changes in the exam pattern or syllabus also?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • Hey I want to know will there any changes in the number of attempts in JEE Exam 2019 after the new NTA notification rolls out?
    Please let me know as soon as possible?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • There is no such notification about any change in the exam pattern. The exam pattern will remain the same it will contain 120 multiple choice questions 30 for each subject. For every correct answer, you will be provided 4 marks & for every incorrect answer 1 marks will be deducted. Also, the exam for the syllabus will be the same as it was for the previous years.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • [quote author=Ankur_P link=topic=1423.msg1759#msg1759 date=1533119909]
    Hey I want to know will there any changes in the number of attempts in JEE Exam 2019 after the new NTA notification rolls out?
    Please let me know as soon as possible?
    [/quote]
    Hi Ankur, there is no clear view about this as there was no notification about this previously students were allowed 3 consecutive attempts with 1 every year. But NTA has not yet declared anything about the no of attempts for JEE this time. But as per news from unofficial sources, the two paper attempts will be counted as one. So you don't need to worry about the number of attempts. Best of luck for your exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • As JEE will be conducted twice so are we getting another JEE 2018 this year?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • No, the two exam policy will be applicable from next year, JEE 2019 exam will be conducted twice not JEE 2018. So you will not get another chance of appearing in JEE 2018 but from 2019 you will get 2 chances to appear for JEE 2019 and onwards.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • As the exam will be conducted by NTA, so are they changing the syllabus for JEE or will it be the same?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • [quote author=tarun85 link=topic=1423.msg1764#msg1764 date=1533126119]
    As the exam will be conducted by NTA, so are they changing the syllabus for JEE or will it be the same?
    [/quote]

    It is true that CBSE will no more conduct JEE & NTA will, but the syllabus has not been changed by NTA it is kept intact. The only change introduced by NTA is that now the exam will be conducted twice a year. The syllabus & exam pattern will remain the same as it was in the previous years.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • I am currently studying in class 12, am I eligible for the first JEE exam in Jan?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • [quote author=tarun85 link=topic=1423.msg1764#msg1764 date=1533126119]
    As the exam will be conducted by NTA, so are they changing the syllabus for JEE or will it be the same?
    [/quote]

    Hi Tarun,
    There will be no changes in the JEE Syllabus or exam pattern of JEE Examination, the only difference is that the JEE Exam will held Twice a year and it be an Online Based Exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • [quote author=Simaran_khanna link=topic=1423.msg1756#msg1756 date=1533118177]
    As per the NTA Notification, that NEET will held held twice a year.Will it be beneficial for the students or it will make the competition tough?

    Please reply me asap.Urgent suggestion needed.
    [/quote]

    Hi Simaran,

    Yes, Acc to NTA the NEET will held twice a year and it will be an Online Based Exam, So some students may find it difficult as they are not used to Online Examination but on the other hand some students may also get benefited.So it's better for you to start giving Online Examinations mock test in order to gain speed and accuracy.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • [quote author=shabnam259 link=topic=1423.msg1758#msg1758 date=1533119760]
    Are there any changes in the exam pattern or syllabus also?
    [/quote]

    Hi shabnam259,

    Acc to NTA ,there will be no changes in the NEE and JEE Syllabus and Exam Pattern of both the exams.The only difference is that both the exams will held twice a year and both will be an Online Based Exams.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • [quote author=akshita58 link=topic=1423.msg1766#msg1766 date=1533188372]
    I am currently studying in class 12, am I eligible for the first JEE exam in Jan?
    [/quote]
    Yes, as per the notification all the students who are studying in class 12 currently are eligible for JEE 2019 in Jan, moreover, students who have passed their class 12 examination in 2017 or 2018 are also eligible for the exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [quote author=shivam sharma link=topic=1423.msg1733#msg1733 date=1533100783]
    Yes, the changes introduced by NTA are overwhelming & will be beneficial for us as from now we will have 2 chances in a year to improve our score it will save us a precious year of preparation. But the question is how should we prepare so that we will not fail in the new scheme. I will be looking for some online preparation courses so that I can prepare in time.
    [/quote]

    Hey Shivam,

    I know students have some doubt in their mind regarding the preparation of JEE and NEET exams but I want to tell them that keep you your preparation strategy same as you were doing earlier as the syllabus and exam pattern of JEE and NEET are same as before,just you need to work on Online Examination mock tests in order to gain speed and Accuracy.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • If NEET will be conducted twice, then how will the admissions be done twice or once in a year, also tell me about if the no of seats also increased?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • Yes, the exam will be conducted twice a year but the admissions will not be done twice. The admissions will only take place after the second exam results are announced. The online admissions counseling will start in the month of June & July. The no of seats are not increased it is the same as it were in the previous year.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • [glow=red,2,300]Can I get some practice papers so that I can prepare before the actual exam from NTA?[/glow]

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • [quote author=sukanto246 link=topic=1423.msg1774#msg1774 date=1533193255]
    [glow=red,2,300]Can I get some practice papers so that I can prepare before the actual exam from NTA?[/glow]
    [/quote]

    [shadow=red,left]Yes, you can get test papers from many coaching institutes which will help you get a more detailed picture of the new question paper. NTA is also planning to make some practice centers at which students can get the feel of actual test before the actual exam it will help us a lot.[/shadow]

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Is there any change in the eligibility criteria for droppers tell me whether I am eligible or not if this is my third attempt?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • [quote author=Komal_Thakur link=topic=1423.msg1776#msg1776 date=1533194327]
    Is there any change in the eligibility criteria for droppers tell me whether I am eligible or not if this is my third attempt?
    [/quote]
    No, the eligibility criteria for droppers is also the same as for others. But you need to make sure that you must have passed your class 12 exam in 2017 or later as the students who have passed class 12 examination in or before 2016 are not eligible for the exam. Also, it must be noted that you have scored at least 60% in PCM combined if you are a general category student & 55% in PCM if you are a reserved category student.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • As per the new scheme of two NEETs will the difficulty of the exam increase or decrease?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • [quote author=akshita58 link=topic=1423.msg1779#msg1779 date=1533197007]
    As per the new scheme of two NEETs will the difficulty of the exam increase or decrease?
    [/quote]
    I think the difficulty level will increase as NTA will be organizing NEET for the first so they don't want to get insulted. For preparing question papers NTA has already employed a team of teachers, subject matter experts, psychometricians who are creating a large pool of questions for NEET. NTA will make sure that no two students can get the same set of questions so that students can't cheat in the exam. Brace yourself for newer NEET.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [quote author=vishalkumar021 link=topic=1423.msg1772#msg1772 date=1533191392]
    If NEET will be conducted twice, then how will the admissions be done twice or once in a year, also tell me about if the no of seats also increased?
    [/quote]

    Hey Vishal,

    Regarding your query, Yes NEET will held twice in a year but that doesn't mean that the student can take admissions in two different colleges.If the student is not satisfied by his first performance then he/she can apply for the second one and then the marks are calculated on the basis of the students performance in both the papers.

    Coming to number of seats, no notification is released by NTA regarding increasing or decreasing of seats in JEE as well as NEET Exam.

    Hope this answer will help you.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • How much score do I need to qualify for NEET NTA?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • [quote author=Nandi link=topic=1423.msg1741#msg1741 date=1533104548]
    hey I want to know will NEET will be conducted by NEET this december?
    I am in class 12 and I live in Dubai, UAE and this is really confusing for me to understand.I have to start my NEET Preparation please clear my doubts.
    [/quote]

    No NEET is not going to be happen in December 2018, the dates of NEET are fixed in Feb and May 2019, so you have enough time to prepare for it.

    Thanks

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • [quote author=rahul98 link=topic=1423.msg1782#msg1782 date=1533204347]
    How much score do I need to qualify for NEET NTA?
    [/quote]
    General category candidates will need to obtain a minimum of 50 percentile, while those belonging to SC/ST/OBC will need to secure at least 40 percentile and candidates from General-PH category will need to score 45 percentile in order to qualify NEET 2019 by NTA. Candidates scoring less than the above-mentioned percentiles will not be included in the All India Rank list of NTA NEET 2019 and will be ineligible for further admission process.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • I am studying in class 12 currently so can I appear for both the NEET in a year?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • [quote author=Mayra42 link=topic=1423.msg1785#msg1785 date=1533208472]
    I am studying in class 12 currently so can I appear for both the NEET in a year?
    [/quote]
    Yes, any student studying in class 12 can also take both the exams in Feb & May 2019. Students will now have Two-Chances to clear the NEET2019 exams the best of two exams marks will be considered for counseling and admission processes.
    A major change was that from now on the exam will only be conducted Online.
    There will be no change in the Language, Syllabus, and Fees of the exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • Since we have two JEEs now so how will the topper be decided?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • This will be a sight to behold whether we can have 2 toppers this year.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • How can the two NEET in a year scheme be advantageous for students?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • I think the two examination scheme will be very beneficial to students as students can now get another chance to improve their score for which they have to wait for another year earlier and they can increase their chances of selection.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • Are we be getting two scorecards from next year, how will they decide our marks?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • [quote author=rahul98 link=topic=1423.msg1801#msg1801 date=1533293526]
    Are we be getting two scorecards from next year, how will they decide our marks?
    [/quote]
    You will two scorecards if you take both the exams, but only one will be considered for admissions purposes. Let's say you score 152 in first exam & 193 in another exam then the second exam score will be valid for admissions. As the rule says only the best score out of the two will be used for admissions purposes.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • Is NTA also planning to change the syllabus or question paper pattern for the exam?


    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • No, there will no change in syllabus it will the same as it was for the previous year exam the only change is that the exam will be held twice so that students can get 1 more chance to improve their score in the exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • Can someone tell me some important dates to be noted for next year NEET?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • [quote author=sumitsk24 link=topic=1423.msg1839#msg1839 date=1533359407]
    Can someone tell me some important dates to be noted for next year NEET?
    [/quote]
    Since there will be two NEETs from next year so you have to register twice if you wish to take the exam twice. There is no clear notification proposed by NTA but there are aspected dates for the current NEET which are as follow:
    online Form Submission Dates

    1 October 2018 to 31 October 2018

    Exam dates

    3 Feb 2019 to 17 Feb 2019 (8 different sitting and candidate can choose any one sitting)

    Admit Card

    3rd week of Jan 2019

    Result Declaration

    first week of Mar 2019

    Another exam of NEET 2019 will be held in the month of Apr 2019 & important dates for it are

    Online Form/ registration

    2nd week of Mar 2019

    Exam dates

    12 May 2019 to 26 May 2019 (8 different sitting and candidate can choose any one sitting)

    Admit Card

    last week of April 2019

    Result Declaration

    First week of June 2019

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • Provide some names of the books which I can refer for my JEE preparations I am very much confused & there is very less time left for my preparations?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • The most important books for JEE preparations are
    for mathematics
    1 M L Khanna IIT Mathematics
    2 Arihant Mathematics

    for chemistry
    1 O P Tondon for organic chemistry
    2 P Bahadur for Physical chemistry
    3 J D Lee for inorganic chemistry

    for Physics
    1 H C Verma Concepts of Physics part 1 & 2
    2 I E Irodov for tough questions

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • What will be the effect of 2 JEEs on the cutoff for admissions will it rise or will it decrease?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • Since there will be two JEEs then more no of students will qualify the exam if someone has failed in the first exam he may pass in the second one as a result of more no of qualified students for admissions the cutoff will increase significantly. So you have to practice more to get into a college of your choice.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • How will the seat allotment process be if the NEET 2019 is held by NTA? Is there any change in that?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • [quote author=sukanto246 link=topic=1423.msg1845#msg1845 date=1533361822]
    How will the seat allotment process be if the NEET 2019 is held by NTA? Is there any change in that?
    [/quote]
    No, there is no change in the seat allotment process for NEET, the admission counseling will be done only once in a year & that will be after the declaration of results for both the exams. The marks for the admissions will be decided as the best score between the two exams if you take both the exams or else only the marks obtained in the single exam will be considered if you take only one exam.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • Is it true that NTA is going to conduct the NEET in the month of December in 2018?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • No, there will be no exam this year, the two exam policy will be applicable for NEET 2019, so NTA will not organize any NEET in 2018 the first NEET for 2019 will be in Feb 2019 & registration for it will begin in Oct 2019.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • Where can I find computer-based online test series available for the practice of the NTA NEET 2019?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58
  • NTA is planning to provide some practice centers where students can practice for NEET as well as for JEE, but there is no further notification about that as when will the center be operational. In the meantime, I will suggest you to look for some websites of coaching centers where you can get some paid as well as free test papers for practice till then keep visiting NTA website for any further updates.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anika

    Q: 313 A: 58
  • What are the best books to study and practice for physics, chemistry, and biology for the NTA NEET 2019?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • [quote author=Alok_Tiwari link=topic=1423.msg1860#msg1860 date=1533364253]
    What are the best books to study and practice for physics, chemistry, and biology for the NTA NEET 2019?
    [/quote]
    The best books for NEET are the following:
    [b]For Physics[/b]
    1 Cengage physics for neet by cp Singh
    2 DC Pandey

    [b]For Chemistry[/b]
    1 MS Chauhan neet version
    2 N Awasthi

    [b]For Biology[/b]
    1 NCERT biology booster
    2 NCERT at your finger tips

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Aaradhya

    Q: 14 A: 122
  • Can I attempt the JEE Mains that will be conducted by the NTA in January 2019 if the JEE Main 2018 was my last attempt?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adah

    Q: 44 A: 59
  • [quote author=pranav89 link=topic=1423.msg1865#msg1865 date=1533365446]
    Can I attempt the JEE Mains that will be conducted by the NTA in January 2019 if the JEE Main 2018 was my last attempt?
    [/quote]
    No, If you had your last attempt in JEE 2018 then you are not eligible for JEE 2019. As per the eligibility criteria, only those students who have passed their class 12 exam in 2017 or later or are appearing for class 12 exam in 2019 are eligible for JEE 2019. So its clear that you are not eligible for JEE 2019.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Adhira

    Q: 299 A: 59
  • What are the chances that the exam will get tough from next year also suggest some ways to prepare for the exam?

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Alisha

    Q: 213 A: 59
  • [quote author=Anita Vaidya link=topic=1423.msg1873#msg1873 date=1533368015]
    What are the chances that the exam will get tough from next year also suggest some ways to prepare for the exam?
    [/quote]
    As the experts suggest NTA can make a tough question paper. They have already engaged a team for preparing a resource pool of questions with the help of subject matter experts, psychometricians, & teachers. They will make sure that each student can get a unique set of questions so that the chances of cheating are negligible.
    As for the preparation is concerned I will suggest you to prepare using some online courses which will help you to prepare more efficiently.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Amoli

    Q: 392 A: 59
  • thanks for your help.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Anaisha

    Q: 108 A: 58
  • Thanks, can you help me more with above details.

    1 Year Ago

    asked May 23 4:35:23 PM

    Ananya

    Q: 71 A: 58

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