UPCAT Dental 2016 Result
UPCAT Dental 2016 has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016. Now, admission in all state-level and private medical colleges will be done on the basis of NEET 2016 results only. Therefore, MBBS/BDS aspirants are advised to ignore the information given below on this page. The relevant information regarding MBBS/BDS entrance exam and admission is available in articles related to NEET- Click Here. Read important articles on NEET 2016 from the links given below:
The result of UPCAT Dental 2016 is scheduled to be declared on June 16, 2016 by the exam conducting authority, i.e. Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttar Pradesh. The UPCAT Dental 2016 result will be declared in the form of merit list. Candidates who have appeared in UPCAT Dental 2016 exam held on Sunday, May 15, 2016 can check below for the UPCAT Dental result 2016 on this page. This must be noted that candidates who will secure a minimum of qualifying marks in the entrance exam will be considered as eligible for admissions to BDS programme.
In order to qualify the UPCAT Dental 2016 entrance exam, candidates have to secure a minimum of 50% marks in the entrance exam, irrespective of their categories.
Important highlights of UPCAT Dental 2016 Result:
Candidates have to click on the below mentioned link to check the result of UPCAT Dental 2016
The UPCAT Dental result 2016 will also be available in the participating private dental colleges of Uttar Pradesh
This must be noted that the individual result cards will not be sent to candidates
No communication either through mobile or email will be done to candidates regarding the merit list
To check the merit list and result of UPCAT Dental 2016: Click Here (The link will be updated as and when released by the exam conducting authority)
UPCAT Dental, Uttar Pradesh Common Admission Test for BDS programme, is a national level entrance exam for providing admissions to more than 1500 seats in 21 private participating dental colleges of Uttar Pradesh.
This year, the entrance exam will be conducted on May 15, 2016 at various allotted centres across the Country.
Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more information and latest updates on UPCAT Dental 2016
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Your Neet examination has already been postponed and delayed a lot due to coronavirus outbreak and lock down caused by it from its scheduled date
The HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank conducted a webinar on 5th May at 12 noon, and announced neet examination date on 26th July
So Your NEET examination is going to be conducted on 26th July .
Considering the present situation your Neet examination is not expected to be delayed more so you need to prepare well for NEET examination date considering 26th July as your neet examination date
Inorganic Upto ncert level is it enough for neet ? I am little worried about it!
Hello student student NCERT book is good for inorganic chemistry its recommended by most of the teachers but as number of questions are very less in ncert its preferable to do one more practice book along with NCERT. Make sure you do each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert before jumping to a reference book after completing ncert thoroughly refer to your coaching material or any reference book as mentioned below :-
Practice book by VK jaiswal
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You must follow these simple steps:-
1. Check out the syllabus and structure your preparation, made a plan on how you're going to cover the syllabus.
The best thing to help you in this is coaching material from some good institute. They have their material prepared according to the need of the Exam.
2. When the plan is ready,make a schedule. Remember timetable matters a lot for this one year. Be ready to give at least 6 hours per day for the preparation.
3. Solve the questions from question banks and previous year NEET papers.
4. Repeat these steps. Follow --> Learn --> practice.
5. Also keep on revising the stuff every third week. It is also a very crucial step in your preparation.
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can i crack neet in one and half a month
1.Time Management – Daily Routine :- you should take care of the time. Make a chart for your daily routine and give maximum time atleast 14 hours to your study.
2.Having Good Food and Drinking More Water Will Help
3. Doing Meditation For 30 Min Per Will Increase Memory Power: Meditation will help you to focus on your study.
4. Take A Nap & Sleep Well: You should take a proper nap in between long time study.
Don’t study continuously for more than 2 hours Take 5 to 10 minutes break between your study
5. Challenge Yourself: You have to challenge yourself to get better score in future. Increase your performance day by day and this will only happen when you will regularly study.
6. Find Your Weakness: You should practice the mock test and try to find your weakness and work on it.
7.Plan Your Study : You should prepare timetable and follow the proper time table so that will help you manage your time as well as attain the target.
8. Solving Sample Papers And Previous Years Papers: Sample Papers give you the idea about the type of questions that you will get in the exams and also it would really boast up your confidence and make you write the exam in a better way.
NCERT is must. Go through the NCERT to clear understanding of your topics
Hope this will help you!
what should be the strategy in last one and half a month for neet
In the last 1 and half months follow the given below strategy for Neet examination:-
- If you still have some pending syllabus or chapters to cover then complete them in the first half month
- Follow a routine and try to give at least 8 hours or more to study , your routine should revolve around things i.e study, revise and practice , give 4 to 5 hours for practicing MCQs and numericals each day in your routine
- Revise again and again with special focus to NCERT as round 90 % questions in neet are based on ncert , also focus on diagrams while going through NCERT Biology and go through all the solved and unsolved questions of NCERT in Physics and Chemistry
In the last 1 month focus only on practicing previous year question papers and mock test papers and revision
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- once you are done with the complete neet syllabus go through mock test papers