FAQ: NEET examination is indeed tough, it is a complex phenomenon. Students appearing for this pre-medical entrance exam often faces an array of queries and confusions. Sometimes, these questions are out of the syllabus. Let’s take a look at some of these FAQ curated for you.


Here are some of the faq regarding NEET Exam 2021:


Q. Can compartment students apply for NEET 2021?

A. Yes, of course they can. But they need to qualify the eligibility criteria of the exam. They must score the required percentage of marks in the compartment examination.

Q. What is the percentage required in Class 12 for NEET 2021?

A. General category students need 50% and above marks in the PCB section of the class 12 exams to be eligible for NEET Exam.

Q. When will NEET 2021 be conducted?

A. NEET 2021 is scheduled to be held on August 1, 2021, announced NTA. The complete date schedule is yet to be announced by the NTA.

Q. When will NTA release the admit card for NEET 2021?

A. NEET 2021 Admit Card is likely to be released in the second week of May (tentatively). Candidates can download it by logging into their accounts on the official website of NTA NEET.

Q. Is NEET 2021 an offline or online exam?

A. No. NEET will be conducted in offline mode. The candidates have to mark the answers in an OMR sheets.

Q. Will NEET 2021 be conducted twice a year?

A. No. NEET 2021 will be held once a year. NTA Director, Vineet Joshi has clarified this on March 10 2021. Union Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ also clarified the same on March 12.

Q. How many times can I appear for NEET 2021?

A. According to notification released by NTA, a candidate can appear for NEET any number of times. There is no restrictions on the number of attempts permitted.

Q. What is the minimum score required for NEET 2021 to get a Government Medical Institutes?

A. For getting admission into a government medical college, one must secure at least 600 marks in NEET 2021.

Q. What will be the timings for NEET 2021 exam?

A. NEET 2021 will be three-hour-long paper and the exam held from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Q. What are the regional language options available for NEET 2021?

A. NEET 2021 question paper will be available in 11 languages, however, the language has to be filled during the registration process. Apart from Hindi and English, candidates can choose from Tamil, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya, Assamese, Kannada and Telugu.

Q. How to apply for NEET if I don’t have access to the internet?

A. Candidates who do not have access to the internet or computer can available of the facility of Common Service Centre (CSC). These centers will help in filling the application form, payment of application fee and downloading the admit card.

Q. Is there any change in the exam pattern of NEET 2021?

A. No, the exam pattern for NEET 2021 remains the same. The exam will be conducted in offline mode.

Q. What are the maximum number of attempts permitted for NEET?

A. There is no restrictions on the number of attempts permitted for NEET. According to NTA, a candidate can appear for NTA as many times he/she needs to qualify for the examination.

Q. I took a break of two years after 12. Can I apply for NEET?

A. Yes, you can apply for NEET provided you have secured a minimum aggregate 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. To apply for NEET, you must also have cleared these subjects individually in class 12.

Q. If I opt for Tamil as the medium of the question paper, can I choose Mumbai as the test city?

A. According to the guidelines set by NTA, the Tamil language question paper will only be available in the test cities in Tamil Nadu. Hence, if you want to choose Tamil as the medium of the question paper, you will have to opt for a test city in Tamil Nadu state only.

Q. What is the price of a NEET form?

A. The price of the NEET form for General/EWS category is Rs 1,500 ; for OBC category Rs 1,400 and for SC/ST/ PWD category Rs 800.

Q. Was NEET 2020 difficult?

A. According to NEET 2020 analysis by many coaching institutes, the exam was of a moderate difficulty level.

We hope all of your NEET FAQ are answered!