NEET 2019 Student Reactions: Around 15 lakh candidates are appearing in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) on May 5, 2019, which is being held across 154 cities in India. After months of tough preparation, the d-day is finally here for candidates to showcase what and how they have prepared. On exam day, a variety of emotions are on display - like some candidates come across as confident and believe they will secure a good rank rank, while there are others who are nervous. Careers360 presents the NEET student reactions 2018 live from the exam centres.
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From this session onward, the NEET exam is being conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA); earlier the exam was conducted by CBSE. The admit card for the exam was released on April 15, but was shrouded in controversy. First, the exam date was mentioned incorrectly and then afterwards, originally allotted exam centres were cancelled. Also, owing to cyclone Fani, the exam has been postponed in Odisha.
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Majority of the candidates are taking NEET 2019 for the first time while for a good number of candidates, it is the second attempt. Some of those appearing in their second may have failed to clear the NEET cutoffs or they may have failed to secure admission in their preferred medical colleges last year. Here we bring the NEET 2019 student reactions before and after the test.
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Mariam Khan: I am from Aligarh. To prepare for the exam, I did coaching in my native place and plan to pursue MBBS. My paper code is T3. Most questions in all three subjects were from NCERT. The paper was overall easy and there were no glitches, like incorrect questions.
Mayank: I was appearing in NEET 2019 for the second time. Paper code is S3. I found the paper to be easy, especially Physics section was very easy. Biology was somewhat difficult, while chemistry was easy compared to last year. 40% of the questions were out of NCERT syllabus. I expect to score anywhere between 450-550. If I get a good rank, I intend to do MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College.
Sumita: It was my second attempt. Physics was easier compared to last year, with NCERT questions dominating. I found most of the questions to be easy. Also, there were no technical glitches or any trouble that I faced during the exam. I don't have any particular medical college in mind.
Keshab: This is my second attempt. To prepare for the exam, I have taken coaching from Allen Kota. Physics is my forte. I am also betting on Chemistry, while my preparation for Biology is also good. I want to get into an MBBS course. Also, I don't have any particular medical college in mind, as I just want to get a good enough rank so that I am in contention for an MBBS seat.
Shivam: I am a first-time candidate and from Panipat. I have done self-study and not relied on coaching. Biology is my strength. I want to be doctor because I am passionate about the profession.
Saakshi: I am from Bahadurgarh, Haryana. This is my second attempt. I took coaching at Saket, Janakpuri. I feel like Biology is my strong subject. Of the two choices, MBBS and BDS, I want to pursue MBBS. I want to join AFMC.
Ram Krishna Prasad: I am from Bihar, but have choosen Delhi as my exam centre. This is my third attempt. My favourite subject is Biology and expect to get into KGMC medical college.
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Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination so its difficult to predict the exact marks but as per previous year records aim for marks around 600 so that you can get a admission into government medical college.
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Hello student the advantage of ews category aspirants is that you can apply for seats which comes under Economically Weaker Section (EWS). 10 Percent seats in every medical college are reserved for ews category aspirants so you can get admission through ews quota. Cutoff vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination so its difficult to predict cut off.
NEET eligibility - candidates must passed or appearing class 12 with physics chemistry and biology with minimum 50 percent marks aggregate from a recognized board.
Dear Rigved, AFMC selects its students on the basis of NEET examination. After NEET, you must fill AFMC registration forms, after which you will be called for screening rounds and interview for selection.
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