NEET is an mandatory examination for getting in to MBBS and BDS courses. The NEET exam will be conducted on May 7th all India. The Central Board of Secondary Education has made everything ready for this all India competitive examination. This year, the exam board has come up with new rules to avoid unnecessary incidents.
CBSE NEET 2017 Exam New rules, Last Minute tips
There are a lot of restrictions in the NEET exam. Candidates should not wear shoes. Girls should not wear rubber bands. Also, wrist watches are not allowed. It is difficult to follow these new NEET rules but there are many reasons behind this. As we know that the AIPMT 2015 paper got leaked, due to which the exam had to be re-conducted. Which disturbed the whole academic year. So, the examination board has decided this year to come up with strong rules to avoid these incidents. As with electronic media there are more chances of getting paper leaked, these new rules have been imposed.
Students are also not allowed to wear full hand shirts.
It is also suggested to avoid carrying metal things. As metal detectors are used, its better not to carry metal things to the examination hall. This helps in organising the examination uniformly.
Also avoid carrying Gold ornaments to the examination hall.
This time, the board has suggested to come in slots. These slots are already alloted to students. There are two slots – Slot A and Slot B.
Candidates who are alloted to Slot A should report to the examination hall between 07:30 AM to 08:30 AM. While Slot B students are suggested to report between 08:30AM to 09:30 AM.
The NEET exam consists of total 180 questions. Biology 90, Physics 45 and 45 questions from Chemistry. The exam has negative marking. For every one wrong answer, one mark will be deducted from the total marks.
In this NEET exam, candidates from urban areas have more success than the rural area students while analyzing the past years results. In Telangana region, the exam will be conducyed in Hyderabad and Warangal regions. All over India, exam will be held in 1500 centers in 80 Cities.
As there are only few hours left for the examination, here are the last minute tips for the candidates.
Do not study new topics.
Consolidate topics that you are perfect at.
Stay mentally cool and calm.
Practice time management for examination.
Write exams and analyse the answers.
Practice few papers only that are easy. DO NOT solve hard papers. This will create negative mindset.
All the Best for NEET 2017 appearing candidates.