NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures
Urvashi Dalal, 02 Jan 2017, #NEET
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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Phase II was conducted on July 24, 2016, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admissions to 15% All-India Quota seats in Government medical and dental colleges, along with admissions to central, private and deemed medical colleges and universities. The coveted medical entrance test was conducted in one slot between 10am and 1pm. Careers360 correspondents reported live on the happenings and updates direct from NEET 216 test centres. Here is NEET Phase II 2016 test in pictures.

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#Security outside test centres gears-up for the entry: To avoid any unfair means of practices at all the NEET centres, the school and university authorities took all measures to conduct the test without any glitch.

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NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


#Soon students could be seen waiting outside for the gates to be open: The reporting time for the test was 7:30 am, but the students reached the centres before time and waited for the gates to open.

NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


#Meanwhile, the centre authorities asked the students to read the (NEET) 2016 Phase 2 test takers to read instructions and check their seating arrangements as per their roll numbers.

NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


#The entry starts: until now, the students confirmed their seating and geared up to enter the gates. Students asked to not to carry any item besides their NEET Phase II 2016 e-admit card. They were not allowed to carry even their stationeries, as it was provided inside the test hall.

NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


#After the strict frisking, candidates allowed entry, while parents waited outside the exam centre after wishing them good luck for their papers.

NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


#Soon after the centre which was crowded with parents and students seemed like all back to square one.

NEET Phase II 2016: Test day in Pictures


 #NEET Phase II was concluded a 1 pm. Parents waiting for their children gathered around the centre gates.


#Around 1:15pm candidates started coming out of the centres. According to Careers360 students reactions at the centre, NEET Phase II was easy as compared to the earlier test, and was completely based on NCERT syllabus.

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Payal 19th Oct, 2019

Hii aspirants

let me clear your doubt.

No there is no question from gk and English grammar section in neet 2020.

There will be 120 Multipe choice questions in exam which will belong to physics, chemistry and biology only.

I hope my answer will help you out

Good luck


how can I prepare for neet from now to score more than 600+ marks . can u help me to make a proper timetable

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
It's all in our head to be very honest if you will study for Neet now also then also you can get really very good marks and you can qualify Neet with flying colours. It's just that whatsoever you want to study and you are preparing you should prepare it with full concentration that will help you to score good marks. When you make a plan of a day and you choose some topic that you go going to study today of the day you are studying so make a habit of solving around 50 MCQs of a single topic so that it broaden up your mind about the questions that can be asked in the exam. And after this it's better if you solve previous year questions as is it gives you an idea what sort of questions are important and what kind of question can come in exam that really helps. I hope this was helpful to you.
Best wishes

how many marks need to sit in the exam of neet

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
As you want to know the minimum eligibility criteria of marks in class 12 boards to give neet . Dear student as you have not mentioned your category so I would be telling you about the general and reserved category criteria kindly look for yours.
For general category student minimum marks required to give Neet is 50% marks as an aggregate in physics chemistry and biology while this changes for the reserved category students. which is for SC/ ST they need to get at least of 40% marks in physics chemistry and biology as an aggregate I hope the information is helpful to you.
Best wishes

before neet form is there any other forms for being a repeater?

Apoorva Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
Earlier there were so many different exams to become a doctor but now need is the only exam for the medical student to get admission in different areas of medicines including MBBS, BDS, BHMS, Ayurveda medicines, unani medicines extra. So even if you are a repeater that is not a problem you just have to give Neet and you have to prepare only for Neet and on the basis of marks that you will get in NEET it will tell you in which stream of medicine you can take admission. I hope you are aware of this information that aims and jipmer are the exams who used to take separate exams now they will also merge with Neet. I hope this was helpful
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I have 4 year gap between 10th and 12th(nios) will my neet form will be accepted or not

Aditya kumar Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello there!
No , there will be no problem , you are eligible for neet even if you have 4 year gaps between your 10th and 12th as to be eligible for Neet the condition is that a general category student needs to have passed class 12th with 50 % in pcb aggregate,  while it's 40% for obc , sc, st.  So , if you fulfil this with criteria then you are eligible for neet,  also there's no upper age limit for neet so you don't need to worry about that as well.
Prepare well for neet.
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