NEET 2019: Exam day in pictures
Radhika, 05 May 2019, #NEET
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NEET 2019 Exam day in pictures - Candidates can know about the minute-to-minute updates from our article on NEET 2019 Exam day in pictures. National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting NEET 2019 in pen-and-paper mode on May 5 (2-5 pm) across 154 test centres in the country. The exam is being conducted in a single session and will be attempted by some 15 lakh candidates. This time as well, the excitement and frenzy surrounding the national-level exam is very high, which is understandable considering the nation’s fixation with the medical profession.

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Interestingly, it is not just the candidates who are under intense pressure to do well in the exam, but also parents who go through the emotional roller coaster, having invested so much in their kid.

We at Careers360 tried to capture the various emotions at play in our lenses, while also bringing you pictures of other events happening at the exam centre, be it the arrival of candidates at the exam centre, security arrangements, opening of gates, etc.

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Our team will also keep you posted on any unique event that may take place at the exam venue. So stay tuned!


NEET exam day schedule and timing

Particulars

Date and Time (Official)

Date of exam

May 5, 2019 (Sunday)

Exam time and duration

2-5 pm (3 hours)

Last entry in examination hall

1:30 pm

Sitting at allotted seat

1:15 pm

Announcement of Important Instructions and Checking of Admit Cards by the Invigilator

1:30 - 1:45 pm

Distribution of test booklet

1:45 pm

Filling of essential details in Test Booklet by candidates

1:50 pm

Start of examination

2:00 pm

Test Concludes

5:00 pm


NEET 2019 in Pictures


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Past 1:30, candidates are still being allowed to enter the exam centre.



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Candidates arriving at the exam centre in customary dress


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Candidates undergoing frisking process through metal detectors


Early birds flock at their NEET exam centres

Early birds flock at their NEET exam centres


NEET aspirants with religious outfit assembling early

NEET aspirants with religious outfit assembling early


Where’s my roll number and exam hall

Where’s my roll number and exam hall


Queuing-up to get an entry

Queuing-up to get an entry


When we’ll get an entry?

When we’ll get an entry?


Wait! Let’s revise for the last minute

Wait! Let’s revise for the last minute


Sorry! No jewellery allowed

Sorry! No jewelry allowed


Appearing NEET without shoes

Appearing NEET without shoes


Last entry call-out

Mandatory frisking


Mandatory frisking

Last entry call-out


Entry closed, no more entries now

Entry closed, no more entries now


The 3-hour wait begins as parents take shelter outside

The 3-hour wait begins as parents take shelter outside


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The long wait about to end, as exit gate opens


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NEET 2019 concludes with test takers coming out the exam centres

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For some, it was relieving, others seem drenched

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is there is some criteria to marks in neet that one should get ? i am a general category student.

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hello,


You just need to fulfill the following criteria for NEET-


Passed 10+2 from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subjects, those having Biology as an additional are also eligible to apply.


Eligibility Criteria for NEET is based on PCB aggregate only against each category mentioned below-

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Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hello dear student,

As you said which coaching institute of aakash is best in delhi . So dear student akash all over Delhi  is the best institute and you will find the best teacher in akash but still if you want to know the best then I will suggest you to take admission in aakash south ex because it's the main branch and you will find the best teachers there . I hope this was helpful to you

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i am girl 75% low vision.can i get pwd quota for neet exam for mbbs graduation or i get in engineering graduation.

Payal 19th Oct, 2019

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let me clear your doubt. There is no reservation under low vision disability, not in neet neither in engineering exam.pwd quota is for those people who are completely blind or have any other disability in their bodies.

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how to study for biology for neet ?

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hello dear student,

To score marks or to fetch marks in biology in NEET is is easy task if you study and study thoroughly. To get marks in biology section in NEET you really have to go through NCERT as many as time you can I would really suggest that because this is the best option as 95% of the questions directly come from NCERT  and it's been recommended to all the students to get marks in NEET in biology section really good because that helps to gain better rank . I would recommend you to study d topic in biology study chapters in biology and after that solve topic wise solved topic wise questions and also solve previous year question because that helps to get and understand what types of questions can be asked in paper.

I hope this was helpful to you

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i am way too much worrid for neet help me out how to get marks?

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hello dear student,

Please Don't worry you have sufficient time to study.  just focus on ncert to obtain good marks . Dear student you don't have to worry about the exam is coming take it positively and start preparing take chapters of topics prepare them and then try to solve MCQs based on those topics I would suggest you to continuously solved MCQs as many you can and then also solved previous year question papers because that will help you to get marks and it will help you to understand what are the type of question that is being asked in examination. I hope this is helpful to you.

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