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    Will all MBBS and BDS seats in India will be filled through NEET process?


    Wondering about whether all medical seats in India be filled up through NEET exam? Know the answer to this query and learn the general format of the NEET exam.

    The NEET-I and NEET-II examinations have already been conducted and the results are likely to be announced soon. Will all MBBS and BDS seats in India will be filled through NEET process? Was the NEET -I the preliminary examination and NEET-II the main examination like in the case of most of the competitive examinations?
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    The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) is to fill up the seats available for the 15% all-India quota merit positions in medical and dental colleges in India. The results of this year's exam will be announced tomorrow, on 17th August 2016.

    The question paper is set on the basis of the syllabus as prescribed by the Medical council of India. NEET is generally of 3 hours duration. The question paper has about 180 objective type questions, wherein 4 options are given from which you have to select the correct answer. The subjects include: Physics, Chemistry and Biology (this is covering both Botany & Zoology).

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    National Eligibility cum Entrance Test ( NEET) has been introduced to fill up the seats in both dental and medical professionals. The total marks in all the four papers namely Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany are 720 and there is the provision of awarding negative marks in case of a wrong answer.
    The paper comprises three sections such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology and the duration of which is three hours. The questions are set as per the syllabus of the Medical - council of India.
    The result of NEET has been declared on 17-8- 2016 and in both the phases NEET 1 and NEET 2, total strength of the candidates appearing for the medical test was a little over 8.03 lakhs to fill up the 15 percent of seats against NEET category.


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