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What’s Next After NEET Exam?

NEET exam is a gateway for medical education aspirants. Clearing this exam students can get the path of their own dream of a career in the medical field. Hence this exam plays an important role in the life of students who is truly passionate to make a career in the medical field.

After filling the application form for NEET exam, a lot of questions may be popping in students’ minds which needs to be answered.

Well, if you are one of those students who have applied for the NEET exam and about to start preparation then this article will help you to get answers for all the probable questions from your mind.

What next immediately after the test?

After appearing the NEET exam, you must have analyze your chances of cracking the exam. So you should prepare yourself for the admission process.

Meanwhile, start calculating: Your predicted scorecard and overall rank, this process will help to shortlist the popular medical institutes according to last year’s admission trend. Many popular institutes release the answer key soon after the NEET exam or you may wait for CBSE to release the answer key on their official website.

After appearing for the NEET exam, you must start preparation for the admission process. Meanwhile, start calculating:

The counseling processes

Soon after the declaration of the NEET result, the counseling process starts. The students with a minimum score of 50 percentile (40 percentiles for SC/ST/OBC) get eligible to participate in the counseling process and can get admission.

Counseling Procedure

After the counseling process you are supposed to fill the application form. Get all the required details before filling the application form.

NEET exam follows the reservation policy. All admissions to MBBS/BDS courses totally depend on the score obtained by the students in their respective categories. So it is required for students to fill the category details while filling the application form so that they can be considered for the reservation.

AIQ (All India Quota) : The 2-round counseling is conducted by DGHS for 15% All India Quota for admission of MBBS/BDS seats. After the successful completion of 2nd round counseling if some seats are left, then they are transferred back to the states.

State Quota: The counseling for state quota seats are conducted in 2 to 3 rounds follow up by a Mop-up round. The individual state counseling experts conduct the counseling for around 85% state quota seats which are reserved for the aspirants belonging to their state domicile.

Private College: The experts who conduct the state quota counseling are the one responsible for the private college counseling.  Private college counseling is conducted in 3 to 4 rounds again followed by Mop-up round, depending upon the

Central/Deemed Universities: Again, the DGHS conducts the counseling process for Central/Deemed Universities in 2 rounds, followed by Mop-up round.

Candidates who have applied for the above-mentioned counseling process should note that most of the counseling experts will share their merit lists mentioning the state ranks of the eligible students. Some of them might make public their 2nd set of merit lists:

One for the Government Medical College, Another for the Private Medical College

Documents Required for the counseling process.

  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • ID Proof
  • Class 10th or 12th certificate and mark sheet
  • Domicile Proof (for state quota seats only)

What to do, if you failed to crack the NEET exam?

Well if you fail the first time does not mean you can never be able to crack it. Just keep trying as there are no limits of attempt for NEET application.

Further, you must be aware that NEET score is not applicable to MBBS, but also you can apply for other courses like BDS, BHMS, BAMS, BYMS, BSMS, BUMS, and Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences.

If you wish to go with the NEET exam and passionately seeking to enroll in medical college to pursue medical career then prepare for NEET examination by joining NEET online coaching.

 

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