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NEET 2017 Things to Remember while Filling the Application


The application forms for NEET UG 2017 are finally out and the last date announced for the submission of the same is March 1. You must be very cautious while filling up the form so that it doesn’t get rejected or you don’t have to waste time correcting it. Here are a few things that should help you fill the online application form accurately:

• Eligibility
You must be at least 17 and maximum 25 years old in order to be eligible to appear for this exam.
You should have cleared the class 12th exams from a recognized institute.
You should not have appeared for the exam thrice already.

AIIMS 2017 Entrance Examination Preparation – Subject Wise Tips

AIIMS 2017 Entrance Examination Preparation

AIIMS entrance exam is conducted to select students for different medical courses in the prestigious All India Institutes of Medical Sciences. These are autonomous public medical colleges established to provide higher education. If you are planning to appear for AIIMS 2017 then the subject wise tips shared for the preparation of the same should be helpful:

The physics section is said to be the toughest of all. You need to have a clear understanding of the concepts in order to get through it. If you are thorough with your NCERT then more than half your preparation is done. Besides, the key to score good in this section is to practice as much as you can. Revise and re-revise the theoretical part and solve as many equations as you can to master it.

NEET 2017: Now only 3 attempts allowed within 25 years of age

NEET 2017 Age limit

Several students appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) each year but only a few possess the conviction to get through it. In order to dissuade the non-serious candidates from appearing for the exam again and again the University Grants Commission (UGC) has reduced the number of attempts to three till the age of 25 years.

The minimum age for appearing in NEET is 17 years for all the categories. The maximum age for the same is 25 years for the general category and 30 years for the reserved category.

All You Need to Know about Neet 2017

Neet 2017

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, is held to shortlist candidates for graduate and postgraduate medical courses in private and government colleges across the country. Lakhs of students appear for this exam each year but only a few are able to seek admission in their dream college. If you are planning to appear for NEET 2017 then here is all you need to know about the upcoming exam:

  • The application form for NEET 2017 isn’t out yet. Though there is no notification about it on the official website www.cbseneet.nic.in it is likely to be out soon probably in the last week of January.

9 Things to Do in Last Few Days before NEET

preparation for NEET

The preparation for NEET should begin two years prior to the exam and if you really wish to crack it then you must study with dedication from the very beginning. The last few days are however a lot more crucial and must thus be planned more efficiently. Here are 9 things to do in the last few days before NEET:

1. Review Your Syllabus
The very first thing you must do is to review your syllabus so as to ensure that you have covered all the topics.

Is DLP Sufficient for IIT JEE / Medical preparation?

One question that often perplexes students preparing for competitive examinations such as JEE and medical is that whether it is sufficient to go for DLP (Distance Learning Program of any coaching) or should they opt for a proper coaching. Read through to know what exactly to expect from DLP and what will suit you best.

NCERT Suggests Students Should Be Taught In Their Mother Tongue till Class 8

The National Council of Educational Research and Training recently suggested that the students must be taught in their mother tongue till the 8th standard. The NCERT has given these inputs for draft national education policy of the reigning government.
The Human Resource Development Minister, Prakash Javadekar has invited suggestions from the various educationists and think tanks to come up with an effective policy. Besides the National Council of Educational Research, it has received inputs from NGOs, MPs, states, individuals and minority organizations. Workshop on the issue was conducted on the 10th of November to discuss the suggestions sent from various sources.
Some of the big shots who have given their word of advice on the matter include the Rajya Sabha MP and former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, Rajya Sabha MP Rajkumar Dhoot and MP Badruddin Ajmal. While Tendulkar has suggested that the curriculum should include an active sport that can be followed by every student, Dhoot on the other hand has advised that pre-schooling must be done away with so that children don’t get burdened by studies at an early age. He also suggested that the schools should not start early morning – not before 9: 30 am. MP Ajmal has suggested making yoga an optional subject and that the Muslim students should have the option of studying Arabic/ Urdu instead of Sanskrit.

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Want to Become a Doctor? Important Factors in NEET/AIIMS Medical Preparation

Important Factors in NEET

Medical profession is one of the most revered professions around the world. Not only are the doctors respected for their work but are also paid very well. If you are planning to enter this field then you require working very hard. NEET/ AIIMS exams are your entry way to this profession. Here are a few important factors that determine your performance in the exam:

Common Preparation Mistakes of NTSE

The National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level scholarship program conducted to select students with high academic talent and excellent intellectual level. Around 500,000 students sit for this talent search exam each year and only 10,000 scholarships are awarded. You need to be very good in your academics in order to get though this tough exam. Here are a few common mistakes most students make while preparing for NTSE. Avoid these to crack this exam:

How to Study Biology: Study Techniques to Master the Subject

Biology sure is an interesting subject however some of its topics can be hard to comprehend. You cannot follow the same technique you follow for the other science subjects to learn Biology. If you have been finding it hard to study this subject then the below given tips should come handy:

Study Beforehand
Read the topic that is to be done in your class beforehand itself. This way you will be able to understand it better when it is done in the class. You will have a lot of doubts and questions in your head that can be clarified in your classroom session. So when you sit to study post the class you will be able to learn better.

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