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NEET Question Papers with Solutions - Prepare for the NEET Exam 2019
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March 13, 2019

What’s Next After NEET Exam?

NEET exam is a single window entrance for the aspirants of medical education. Clearing this exam can get on the path of your dream career. Hence, it plays a vital role in the life of medical students. After, appearing for NEET 2019, students might have a lot of questions striking their mind. The questions which need to be answered.

Well, if you are one of those students then this blog will help you get the answers of your queries and clarify all your doubts. In this blog, we are trying to answer all the probable questions which might be running in your mind. So let’s proceed…


What next immediately after the test?

After appearing for the NEET exam you must prepare yourselves for the admission process. Meanwhile, start calculating:

  • Your scores,and
  • Predict your rank

This might help you proceed further in choosing the medical/dental colleges you might choose as per the last year admission trend.Many prominent institutes might have released the answer key soon after the exam is conducted. Else, you may wait for CBSE to release their official answer key, few days before the NEET results.

As soon as the results are out (tentative date – 5th June), admission process will start.


The counselling process

Soon after the result are declared, counselling process will start. The students who have qualified the exam with the minimum required score i.e. at least 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC) can participate in this counselling process and can get admissions.


Counselling Procedure 

Soon after, the counselling process you are supposed to fill the application form. It would be better to know the basics beforehand.Here’sa detailed overview:

  • AIQ (All India Quota) Seats:The 2 round counsellingis conducted by DGHS for 15% All India Quota, MBBS/BDS seats, giving admission to the eligible candidates. After the successful completeion of 2nd round counselling if some seats are remaining, then they are transferred back to the states. If we consider the last year stats, then around 299 BDS seats in 24 dental colleges and 3,521 MBBS seats in 159 medical colleges were available under 15% AIQ.
  • State Quota:The counselling for state quota seats are counducted in 2 to 3 rounds follow up by a Mop-up round.The individual state counsellingexperts conduct counselling for around 85% state quota seats which are reserved for the aspirants belonging to their state domicile.
  • Private College: The experts who conducts the state quota counselling are the one responsible for the private college counselling.The private collegecounselling is conducted in 3 to 4 rounds again followed byMop-up round, depending upon the
  • Central/Deemed Universities:Again the DGHS conducts the counsellingprocess for Central/Deemed Universities in 2 rounds, followed byMop-up round.

Candidates should note that as long as they apply for the above-mentioned counselling process, most the counselling experts will share their merit lists mentioning the state ranks of the eligible students. Some of them might make public their 2nd set of merit lists:

  • One for the Government Medical College
  • Another for the Private Medical College


Documents Required

Candidates should carry the following mentioned documents for the counselling process:

  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • ID Proof
  • Class 10th or 12th certificate and marksheet
  • Domicile Proof (forstate quota seats only)


What to do,if you are unable to crack the exam?

Well, we must say keep hope. Many a time, students aren’t able to crack the exam in a single go but this doesn’t mean you can never. Just keeping trying as thereis no limitation on the number of attempts for NEET.

Further, you must know that your NEET 2019 scores are not only applicable for getting admissions in MBBS, but also for different courses like BDS,BHMS, BAMS, BYMS, BSMS, BUMS and Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences.

After getting your NEET rank letter you are eligible for many options. Also, there are many courses which students with biology in 12thcan opt without NEET like Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Nursing, Clinical Psychology,Optometry,Forensic Science, Medical Lab Technologist, etc.

But if you still wish to go with the NEET scores and enrol in a medical college then there is another option, which can help you get admission abroad. Interested to know more, then contact us.


Opportunities never end, you just need to focus

So stop worrying about what after NEET and move on to grasp your dream medical career. Contact Us Now To Get More Details

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