NEET 2021 Advance Information: 5 Points On Exam Centre, Question Pattern
NEET 2021: Here are five things you need to know about NEET 2021 advanced information.
NEET 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released advanced information cards of NEET 2021, mentioning exam cities allotted to candidates. Two links to check the information have been activated on the NTA website – neet.nta.nic.in – and students can login with their application number and date of birth to find more details. The medical exam is scheduled for September 12. According to official information, NEET 2021 admit card will be issued three days before the exam.
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The NTA has made it clear that the advanced information sheet is not the NEET hall ticket. Students can download it to check the exam city allotted to them, some instructions for the exam day and other information.
Here are five things you need to know about NEET 2021 advanced information:
The admit card of NEET 2021 will be issued on September 9, 2021, three days before the exam. In a note on the advanced information sheet, the NTA said: “This is not the admit card for NEET UG 2021. This is an advance information for allotment of centre city, to facilitate the candidate. The admit card shall be issued later.
NEET 2021 will also be conducted in additional exam centres, including in Dubai for the overseas candidates. Four new cities have been added in Tamil Nadu – Chengalpet, Virudhunagar, Dindigul and Tiruppur. The number of NEET exam centre cities have also been increased this year from 155 to 198. The number of examination centres have also been increased from last year’s 3,862.
The NEET 2021 advanced information sheet says there will be 200 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology) subjects. Fifty questions in each subject will be divided into sections A and B. Section A will have 35 questions in each subject.
Questions 001 to 035, 051 to 085, 101 to 135, and 151 to 185 will be compulsory. Section B will have 15 questions in each subject. These will be questions 036 to 050, 086 to 100, 136 to 150, and 186 to 200. A candidate needs to attempt any 10 questions out of 15 in section B, for each subject.
“Candidates are advised to read all 15 questions in each subject of section B before they start attempting the question paper. In the event of a candidate attempting more than ten questions, the first ten questions answered by the candidate shall be evaluated,” the NTA said.