NEET 2023 Notification: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will shortly issue the notification and application form for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) 2023 on the NEET-neet.nta.nic.in. The application procedure for NEET was supposed to begin in January, however, it may begin in March. As a result of the Covid-19 scenario, the NEET examination may be held in June.
NTA’s National Eligibility Cumulative Admission Test (NEET-UG) 2023 is one of the most important medical entrance tests that will be held. It is done using a pen and paper, and the questions in the test come from the fields of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BUMS, BSMS, BHMS, and other UG medical courses is granted through this test.
|Authority||National Board of Examination in MS|
|Notification||NEET UG 2023|
Until last week, subject specialists and media outlets predicted that NEET 2023 would be held at the end of June or mid-July 2023. However, no formal information about the exam date was available on the official website, and the exam date is available online at neet.nta.nic.in. Because the previous year’s session counseling is still ongoing and due to board examinations and assembly elections, it is currently projected that NEET 2023 will be held in late July or early August 2023.
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NEET Exam Date 2023
NEET 2023 is typically held in May. However, the test was held in September due to the COVID-19 scenario during the previous two years. Due to the delay in the NEET test and counseling procedure, the exam is not likely to be held on time this time. As a result, NEET is expected to occur in May or June 2023. According to statistics, around 15 lakh students apply for the NEET. Last year, 16.14 students enrolled for NEET, with nearly 95 percent of those students taking the test.
|Important Events related to NEET 2023||Important Dates|
|NEET 2023 Notification Release Date||Feb-March 2023|
|Application Link||Active Soon|
|Last Date||to be announced|
|Exam Date Expected||Sunday June 2023 or July 2023|
|Last day to pay the Fee||to be announced|
|NEET 2021 Notification||Download here|
What’s New in the NEET 2023Counselling Process?
The number of medical schools participating in the AQI counseling procedure has increased this year. The availability of college seats has increased from 4064 to 4591 this year due to the increased number of schools.
Beginning this year, MCC will hold concurrent examinations for 85 percent of Vardhman Medical College and ESIC college seats. However, previously, it was done through the IPU Administration method.
NEET 2023Application Form Process
The NEET 2023 application process will be entirely online, with applicants visiting the NEET 2023 official website and completing the procedures outlined below:
- Visit the official NEET 2023 website i.e neet.nta.nic.in.
- Click on the option that says “Application Form.”
- Read all of the instructions and register with personal information such as name, contact information, password, etc., to generate an application number and password.
- Once the credentials have been generated, log in and complete the application form with personal and educational information, exam medium and exam city preferences, and the submission of an image and signature.
- Pay the application cost online with a credit/debit card, net banking, Paytm, or UPI.
NEET 2023Languages and attempts
In 2023, NEET was held in 13 languages for the first time. English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Punjabi. The number of languages is projected to stay unchanged this year as well.
While Tamil Nadu is considering eliminating NEET, several governments attempt to hold the test twice to make it low-stakes. This will provide NEET students, like JEE aspirants, many chances to improve their scores; however, the idea is still being considered by the Ministries of Health and Education.
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NEET 2023 Exam Pattern
NEET had internal options in 2021. Students were asked SO questions from each segment instead of 45 questions on each topic. The number of questions to be answered remained constant. As a result, pupils have the option of making their own decisions. This will be true again this year since the states and central boards have proposed syllabus reduction. Having options ensures that if a pupil is not taught a portion in school, they are not left in the dark.