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    Aaliya8@yahoo.com
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    Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Sir I failed my twelth and i am going to appear cbse 12th board exam next year in 2012.. If i clear my backlog am i eligible to give neet exam ??





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    kitkat
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    haiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,
    dear NEET entrance exam is allow plus two students to sit in a single entrance exam to admission to almost all medical colleges in the country including private medical colleges.
    the basic qualification required is 12th standard to give the exam.
    a single merit list will be conducted for close to 35,000 MBBS seats across the country, minorities and sc/st quotas
    application date: second week, December 2011 to January second week 2012.
    exam date: Sunday,13 may 2012.
    result date : June 2012.
    counselling date:august 20102.
    all the best




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    vikas2808
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Aspirant

    >>NEET- National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for getting the admission in M.B.B.S. colleges.

    >> Eligibility for NEET--You should have atleast pass the 12 th exam.

    >>So if clear your backlogs in 2012 than you can give this exam in 2012.

    >>you can apply for that exam both online and offline.

    >>Notification will be published on mid of December.

    >>PAPER PATTERN-

    1-Biology
    2-chemistry
    3-Zoology
    4-Physics

    Each section have 45 question in the paper total 180 question for 180 minutes.

    All the best

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    litunu
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    NEET entrance exam is allow plus two students to sit in a single entrance exam to admission to almost all medical colleges in the country including private medical colleges.
    the basic qualification required is 12th standard to give the exam.
    a single merit list will be conducted for close to 35,000 MBBS seats across the country, minorities and sc/st quotas
    application date: second week, December 2011 to January second week 2012.
    exam date: Sunday,13 may 2012.
    result date : June 2012.
    so good luck for yours result

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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    I think, I can get marks between 160-150 in MHT-CET.Can I get admission in MBBS in Mumbai.I had passed XII with 73.17% previous year.

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    Punk
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Hello friend,

    Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?
    Eligibility for NEET Exam
    • You should have passed 10+2 class from recognized university .
    • You should be an Indian Citizen .

    Important Dates for NEET Exam
    • Application Form Date------last Week of December .
    • Exam date NEET Exam ----- 13 may 2012.
    • Result date ------ June 2012

    NEET Exam Involves following Subjects.....
    • Biology
    • chemistry
    • Zoology
    • Physics


    Good Luck..!!

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    harikrrishna
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    haiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,
    dear NEET entrance exam is allow plus two students to sit in a single entrance exam to admission to almost all medical colleges in the country including private medical colleges.
    the basic qualification required is 12th standard to give the exam.
    a single merit list will be conducted for close to 35,000 MBBS seats across the country, minorities and sc/st quotas
    application date: second week, December 2011 to January second week 2012.
    exam date: Sunday,13 may 2012.
    result date : June 2012.
    counselling date:august 20102.
    all the best.......thank you...

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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    I got less marks in MHT CET 2012!! & thinking about NEET. I want to know that can i eligible for NEET 2013?

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    spider man
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Hello friend you can be eligible for NEEt after clearing black log. NEET stands for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test
    Eligibility :
    1. Candidate must have minimum 50% marks in 10+2 and must have studied physics,chemistry,biology from recognised board.
    2. The age limit is 17-25 years.
    3. Entrance is paper based and total marks is 180, total exam duration is 3 hours.
    4. Entrance exam is conducted in english and local languages.
    5. The exam is conducted by CBSE board and the syllabus is covered from NCERT 10+2 books only
    all the best

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    irshad.a
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Eligibility for NEET Exam

    You should have passed 10+2 class from recognized university .
    You should be an Indian Citizen .



    Important Dates for NEET Exam


    Application Form Date------last Week of December .
    Exam date NEET Exam ----- 13 may 2012.
    Result date ------ June 2012


    NEET Exam Involves following Subjects.....


    Biology
    chemistry
    Zoology
    Physics



    Good Luck..!!

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    gaurav98
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Elligibity for NEET Examination :
    12th class passed with 50 % or above and must have studied Biology ,Physics and Chemistry.
    And 45 % is for Sc/St candidates.

    Age : Candidates must have attains 17 years.

    NEET is conducted BY CBSE board for various Medical course admission in top ranked collegs of India.

    Thanks

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    Venkat fias
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    NEET - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.
    NEET Exam purpose are admission in M.B.B.S
    Eligibility :
    @ Should have atleast pass the 12th exam.
    @ This exam conduct on two ways. Online & offline.
    @ Notification published on december Month.
    Exam pattern :
    @ Biology,
    @ zoology,
    @ physics,
    @ chemistry.
    Each section have 45 questions.
    Totally 180 questions.
    Duration for exam : 3 hours.

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    vikash kumar prajapati
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    Re: Am I eligible to give NEET Exam after clearing my CBSE 12th backlog next year?

    Yes, you will be eligible for CBSE NEET 2013 Exam. For applying in this exam, you will have to meet these criteria:-


    ~You should be passed out in class XII th from recognized board/university.
    ~Your minimum marks should be 50% in case if you belong from the Genera/OBC category and if you belong from the SC/ST category then your minimum marks should be 45%.
    ~Your minimum age during applying for this exam should be 17 years and age should not be above 25 years.
    Note: - You will get only 3 chance to apply for this exam. Thus you will have to work hard to get pass in this exam. All questions in this exam are asked from the 10+2 level from Physics, Chemistry and Biology including Botany and Zoology.


    Note :-
    ~Through this entrance exam you will only be able to take admission in MBBS/BDS Course.
    ~This exam will be of 180 marks.
    ~Total duration for this entrance test will be 3 hours.
    ~Questions will be like this : Physics will include 45 questions , Chemistry will include 45 questions and Biology section will include 90 questions.

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