NEET 2021 Application Form, Exam Dates, Pattern Syllabus & Eligibility

NEET 2021NEET 2021 Application Form: NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Recently when NEET National Level based entrance test is talked about, so many of the interested candidates have become interested in seeking admission to the course. The entrance test is conducted by the CBSE board for providing admission to various courses such as BDS as well as MBBS. The course is offered for many aspirants so that seekers can move to so many Governments as well as medical colleges of India. This examination takes place twice a year. This is highly important to note that NEET is replaced by AIPMT and the seats for MBBS as well as the BDS course will get filled based on scores attained in the NEET examination.

NEET (UG) 2021 will be conducted in 11 languages, including Hindi and English through Pen & Paper mode on 1st August 2021 (Sunday). It is crucial to remember that citizens are required to possess their respective AADHAAR card by UIDAI. While filling the application form for NEET 2021, make sure for adding the name, AADHAAR Number, Gender, Date of Birth, etc which will later be validated with UIDAI’s data. If any of the mentioned particulars failed to match then make sure for making corrections in school records etc as per the case.

NEET 2021 Notification:

  • 4th August 2021: NEET 2021 Application Form has been extended till 10th August 2021.
  • 14th July 2021: NEET 2021 Application Form has been released on 13th July 2021.

NEET 2021 Exam Date:

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Below you can see the NEET Exam Date 2021. It is not an official date, if we get any official announcement we will soon update. These exam dates bases on the last exam schedule.

Events Exam Dates
Notification Released 13th July 2021
Start Online Application Form Date: 13th July 2021
Last date to Submit Application Form: 6th August 2021 10th August 2021
Last date of successful transaction of fee 7th August 2021 10th August 2021
Application form correction window open 11th to 14th August 2021
Announcement of the City of Examination 20th August 2021
NEET 2021 Admit Card: To be announced
NEET 2021 Exam Date 12th September 2021
OMR Sheet Display Date:
Answer Key Display Date:
NEET Result Date:
Counselling first Round Date:
Counselling Second Round:

NEET 2021 Application Form:

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Candidates can find information here, before the submitting NEET 2021 Application Form. Read the below steps after that fill the Form.

  • Those who are interested to apply for NEET 2021 need to make use of the online process
  • The availability of the application form starts in the Last of December month.
  • Make sure for filling the application form via instructions mentioned in the form
  • Once the form is filled in, make sure to send the confirmation page and the documents to the given address.

Steps to Apply for NEET 2021:

  • Visit the official website of NEET 2021.
  • On the homepage click on the ‘New registration’ tab.
  • Fill in the Personal details in the application form i.e. date of birth, category, mobile number, etc.
  • Then log in using login credentials i.e. application number and password.
  • Fill in the details carefully including academic details, personal, and other.
  • After that upload the required documents i.e. photograph, signature, left thumb impression, and 10th mark sheet, etc.
  • Make a payment of the fee through online mode.
  • Now click on the submit button.
  • Recheck and verify all the details.
  • Take the printout of the confirmation page and keep it safe for future references.
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Important Links:

NEET 2021 Application Form:  Click here
NEET 2021 PG Admission: Click here

Application Fee:

  • You can make payment of the NEET 2021 Application Form via any of the modes such as online or offline.
  • If using online mode then pay the fee via facilities like a debit card/credit card/net banking/Paytm via online payment gateway.
  • If choosing offline mode then make use of the payment via bank challan
  • The application fee for the NEET exam is mentioned below:
  • Those who belong to OBC as well as General category required to make payment of Rs.1400/- without late fee and with the late fee, make payment of Rs.2800/-
  • Those who belong to the SC, ST, PWD, PH, Transgender Category, are required to make payment of Rs. Rs.750/- without late fee and Rs.2150/- with a late fee.
Category Application Fee Late Fee
General / OBC category Rs.1400 Rs.2800
ST/ SC/ PWD/ Transgender category Rs.750 Rs.2150

NEET Eligibility Criteria 2021:

Candidates can check below the NEET Eligibility Criteria:

  • Those who are Indian or OCI Overseas citizens of India can apply for the examination.
  • The minimum age limit for the applicant would be 17 years as of 31st Dec of the year of admission and the maximum age limit will be 25 years for those who belong to the General category. However, there are some variations for the reserved category, as the maximum age limit for them is 30 years
  • Those who have passed class 12th or appearing in the examination from any of the recognized universities with subjects such as Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, Physics, or some other elective subject with English can appear for NEET 2021.
  • Those who have secured at least 50% marks in the PCB (general category can appear in the test). While percentage criteria are different for others like it is 45% for General PH and 40% marks for those belonging to SC, ST, and OBC category.

Seat Reservation:

  • For Physically Handicapped (PH), it is 3% seats (on the horizontal basis)
  • OBC–Non-Creamy Layer, it is 27%
  • For SC (Schedule Caste), it is 15%
  • For ST (Schedule Tribe), it is 7.5%

NEET 2021 Exam Pattern:

Find below the NEET Exam Pattern.

  • NEET 2021 exam takes place for taking admission to reputed courses such as MBBS and BDS.
  • The candidate needs to go through 180 Multiple Choice Questions, with one correct answer.
  • The question paper comprises questions from subjects such as Zoology, Physics, Chemistry, & Botany.
  • The question paper will appear in 8 different languages such as Assamese, English, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
  • The exam will take place in offline mode i.e. with pen and paper mode
  • 3 hours is the duration of the examination
  • Every correct answer means an addition of 4 marks and every correct answer denotes a deduction of 1 mark

The distribution of Questions and Marks is given below in the Table:

Subjects No. of Questions Total Marks
Physics 45 180
Chemistry 45 180
Biology (Botany or zoology) 90 (45 – 45 each) 360
Total 180 720

Marking Scheme:

  • Physics, 45 questions for 180 marks each
  • Chemistry,45 questions for 180 marks each
  • Zoology, 45 questions for 180 marks each
  • Botany, 45 questions for 180 marks each

NEET Syllabus 2021:

  • NEET Syllabus will appear from 4 different subjects such as Zoology, Physics, Chemistry, and Botany.
  • Questions will appear from the subjects that appear in class 11th as well as 12th NCERT and CBSE Syllabus. However, some questions will be asked from other boards too.

Candidates can find below the subject wise NEET Syllabus 2021:

  • Physics: Electromagnetic Waves, Properties of Bulk Matter, Electronic Devices, Laws of Motion, Electrostatic, Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, etc.
  • Biology: Human Physiology, Biology, and Human Welfare, Plant Physiology, Reproduction, Cell Structure and Function, Diversity in Living World, Ecology & Environment, etc.
  • Chemistry: Basic concept of chemistry, Electro Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, alcohol, P-Block Elements, Phenols & Ethers, Equilibrium, Hydrogen, Electrochemistry, etc.

Preparation Tips For NEET Exam:

  • You can collect the last 5 to 10-year different exam questions paper from an official website such as AIIM, MH CET, AIPMT, CMC CET, GUJCET, BHU PMT, etc.
  • Then prepare a timetable and follow it.
  • Collect some good books and study materials.
  • You can solve the previous year question papers & some mock test
  • You can also do yoga for stress-free & healthy during the exam preparation.

NEET Admit Card 2021:

NEET Admit Card 2021 will be in March 2021. Candidates can download the Admit card online mode from the NTA website. The Admit Card will not send by post. The Admit Card contains the details like the candidate’s name, exam venue, roll no, etc.

Answer Key:

The Provisional  Answer Key will be released by the second week of May 2021. Candidates can download the provisional answer key and respective OMR answer sheet. If the candidates are not satisfied with the answer key, they can challenge answers in the provisional answer key by paying the online fee of INR 1000 against every question. The final answer key will be published later on the NTA website.

NEET Result:

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NEET Result 2021 will be announced in June 2021. Candidates can check the Result in Online mode. The result will be prepared and published based on the revised answer key released by the authority.

Counseling:

After the Result Counselling will start in June 2021. The counseling will be conducted by MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) and MOHFW (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare).

Documents Needs at the time of Counselling:

  • 10th & 12th Passing Certificate
  • Mark Sheets
  • NEET Rank Card/ Rank Letter
  • NEET Admit Card
  • Category Certificate (If Applicable)
  • 8 Passport size photograph
  • Birth Certificate
  • Provisional Allotment Letter
  • Identity Proof, etc.

19 thoughts on “NEET 2021 Application Form, Exam Dates, Pattern Syllabus & Eligibility”

  1. Im 24 years old and can I give NEET exam in 2021. And if they were passed in this NEET exam how much money will it need to be paid?

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  2. I have done my 12th in 2018 by pcm and now i m doing 12th again by biology while B.Sc by pcm so next time i m elligible or not for Neet i want to become a Doctor in deffence so i m preparong for AFMC

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