TJEE Medical 2015 Admit Card –The admit card of TJEE Medical 2015 will be send to candidates at their postal address by the examination authority Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination (TBJEE). According to officials, if any candidate does not receive TJEE Medical 2015 admit card due to postal dislocation or any other cause within the date of April 15, 2015 then applicant or their parent / guardian contact the office of the Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination, Old Secretariat Complex, Finance Building, Agartala, West Tripura on April 16, 2015 in between 12.00 noon to 3.00 P.M. with the documents to collect duplicate admit card.
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Candidates must provide following documents to obtainTJEE Medical 2015 Admit Card -
All original copies required for the Application Form along with the self-attested
Receipt copy of the TJEE Medical 2015 Application Form
Serial number of the candidate in the published objection list
It must be noted that no further date will be extended for issuing of TJEE Medical 2015 Admit Card. No candidate will be allowed to appear at the TJEE Medical 2015 entrance exam without admit card issued by the examination authority.
TJEE Medical 2015 question booklet of each subject of examination will be of 100 marks comprising of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). TJEE Medical 2015 question paper will have following subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
Tripura JEE Medical 2015 is state level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted by Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination for admission to as many as 100 MBBS as well as BDS seats. Tripura JEE Medical 2015 entrance exam will be held on April 22 & 23, 2015 at various designated centers.
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Hello Kumar, there is no provisional way to get some sort of specific rank in any kind of exam, all you can do is to target for the best by preparing. How much preparation goes into, the same output you get for it. The MCQ's in NEET are mostly based on NCERT theory, however by solving some mock tests and previous years papers, you can get an estimate of what is being asked, you can opt for books by checking the link
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In previous year rules were there that we can answer NEET exam only 3 times. But from the year 2018 rules have been changed your can appear for NEET exam as many times you want to. The only restriction is your age limit. Candidates from General and OBC category can appear for the exam till the age of 25 and SC/ST category candidate can appear for the exam till the age of 30.
All the best. I hope this will help you
There is no problem at all if you have completed your 10th and 12th's schooling from two different state as long as you are eligible to appear in the examination according to other criteria like minimum percentage and age that's all.
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