NEET 2020 is the gateway to offer admission to deserving candidates in MBBS and BDS courses at the best colleges of India. The candidates who have an interest in NEET 2020 will apply for the examination before the last date of application. After the release of official notice, interested candidates can apply for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test.
NEET 2020 Exam Pattern:
Exam Date: The exam is organized on the fifth of May 2020.
Exam Mode: From 2020, the examination is conducted through online mode (computer-based).
No. of Question: A total of 180 queries are asked within the examination.
Exam Mode: Examination is conducted through on-line mode (pen and paper-based mode).
Type of Question: there’ll be objective type queries (four options with one correct answer).
Subjects: Queries are asked from Physics, Chemistry & Biology (Zoology & Botany) subjects.
Exam Duration: The exam length is three hours.
Language: Question paper is asked in eight languages like English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi and Telugu languages.
Marking Scheme: Four marks are given for every correct answer (+4 Marks).
Negative Marking: One mark is subtracted for every wrong answer (-1 Mark).
Question Paper Language: The language of the question are English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Oriya, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Urdu, and Telugu.
|Section||No. of Question|
NEET 2020 Marking Scheme:
Marking Scheme of NEET 2020 examination is mentioned below:
Total Marks: The question paper can bear a complete 720 maximum marks.
Marking Scheme: every question can contain four marks. A total of four marks are given for every correct answer.
Negative Marking: there’ll be negative marking during this examination; one mark is subtracted for every incorrect response.
Candidates are needed to use solely blue/black ballpoint pen to mark their answers.
Candidates note down multiple answers to one question that can lead to negative marking.
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The examination is conducted in a pen and paper-based format. Candidates can need to mark their responses in the OMR answer sheet provided using a ball-point pen. The stationery is provided to candidates within the examination hall.
|Section||No. of Question||Marks|
Reservation of Seats:
|Category of the Applicant||Percentage of Reservation|
|Scheduled Caste Category (SC)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribe Category (ST)||7.5%|
|Physically Handicapped Category||3%|