NEET UG examination dates were released a month ago. Its time to set alarms and perk up for the exam, bracing oneself to grab the opportunity to hit your goals for NEET 2020.
The 3 hours long exam opportune aspirants to get admission into MBBS and BDS courses in top medical and dental colleges across India.
For those about to appear for HSC boards and simultaneously appear for NEET UG 2020 its time to perk up and brace yourself.
A common trait that is witnessed among students who are dissatisfied by their rank, is juggling with the dilemma of whether to take a drop or test one’s luck. However, not always does following the intuition prove to be the right choice.
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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a National Level Entrance examination, that aids candidates avail admission to Medical and Dental programs across India. As per the latest notification released by the NTA i.e. National Testing Agency, the NEET UG 2020 application process will start from December 02, 2019. All candidates aspiring to pursue undergraduate programs in Medical and Dental courses must fill the NEET application forms on or before the deadline i.e. December 31, 2019.
In recent times, a certain myth has taken over the minds of students, who consider joining coaching classes a repository for passing entrance exams. The educational market today is dominated by a myriad of coaching institutes for JEE Main, MHT CET, and NEET UG. However, the reality is quite bewildering. More than half of the students who managed to crack the entrance examinations had studied on their own. Shocking, isn’t it?
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