Published: 17th April 2018
NEET admit cards are out and here's what you need to know
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on May 6, 2018 and it is mandatory for the students to carry printouts of the admit cards
Admit cards for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) to be conducted on May 6, 2018 have been released by CBSE.
You can follow the link to download the card: https://bit.ly/2J0zlxT
After logging in, follow these simple steps:
- Enter your registration number, DoB and password
- Click on submit and your admit card will be displayed on the screen
- Check the details carefully and take printouts
Once you get the admit card, finish the application by adding a passport size photo on it.
Students will also receive the admit cards via mail once they are successfully registered on the website.
Here are some details you wouldn't want to miss on the card:
Roll number, full name, father's name, photograph, DoB and language of question paper
In case of any discrepancies, students are requested to report the matter to CBSE via mail or letter.
Here are a few things you need to know:
- The applications for the exam is ONLINE only and will be made available from the FOURTH week of January on the CBSE and NEET NIC website
- The students are required to mandatorily have an Aadhar card, make the online payment and submit all the forms and details by March 1. The results of the exam will be announced in the first week of June 2018
- MHRD Minister had previously said that a part of the syllabus could contain State syllabus but the CBSE has stated that the syllabus for this year will be the same as last year. The students have to follow the CBSE syllabus to prepare for the exam
- The minimum age to apply for the exam is 17 and maximum is 25 for general category and 30 for SC/ST/OBC. A total of nine attempts are allowed for the former category and 14 attempts for the latter categories
- There will 180 objective questions - 4 marks for a right answer and negative score of one mark for a wrong answer.
- The exam will be held in nine languages - English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi and Telugu languages. Urdu has been added this year
- No full sleeves. One of the major controversies with NEET last year was the dress code — students were made to undergo strict checking and had their sleeves ripped out because they were wearing full sleeved shirts or dresses. This year the students have been asked to follow the same rules.
- Light clothes, no jewellery, no shoes and only sandals. Students in burqa or any other traditional clothing are requested to come earlier to go through the mandatory checking. Only married women get to wear bangles