NEET 2013 UG Exam Pattern

NEET 2013 UG Exam Pattern has been kept simple considering that this is the first year it is being conducted as a common exam for all undergraduate medical courses in the country. Students are advised to prepare keeping the NEET 2013 UG Paper Pattern in mind so that they perform well. Students can understand the number of questions , type of questions (objective or subjective), duration of exam , medium of language and other details from the Exam Pattern of the NEET UG exam.

 

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NEET 2013 UG Exam Pattern:
  • Students have to answer one question paper
  • NEET 2013 Question Paper has to be answered in 3 hours.
  • There will be 180 objective type of questions covering all subjects
  • Each question will have four options with one correct answer that has to be marked.
  • Questions asked will be from the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Biology questions will cover Botany and Zoology
  • Students will have to use the special machine gradable sheet provided by the CBSE and mark the answers using a Ball Point Pen Only.
  • Medium of Language is English or Hindi.
  • Students aspiring to get admissions under the All India Quota Seats (15%) or in Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) have to write the NEET 2013 UG in English or Hindi only.
  • For Candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal who seek admissions under the respective state quotas can write the NEET 2013 UG in their Regional Language: Telugu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil and Bengali.
  • Students from such states must have appeared for the Class XII or equivalent exam of the respective State Board only to be eligible for the above
  • Students opting for their Regional Language as the medium of language should opt for centres within the specified state only
  • The Question Paper option (language) has to be filled in while filling in the application form.
  • Options once chosen cannot be changed later under any circumstances
  • The English version of the NEET 2013 Question Paper shall be taken as the final once in case of translation ambiguity.

 

 
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