The admit card for NEET 2018 is now available for download. The exam is scheduled to be held on May 06, 2018. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) is conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS programs in all colleges in India except AIIMS and JIPMER. Already, application form submission and correction have ended for NEET exam. Now, for NEET 2018, candidates who have applied can download admit card and appear at exam centre assigned in one of the 150 cities. After NEET exam, answer key is released for all sets. Based on performance of candidates in NEET UG, CBSE will announce NEET exam result containing score and rank. Those who obtain cut off marks in NEET UG can attend MBBS admission counselling. Get here complete details of NEET 2018 including exam date, admit card, answer key, result, syllabus, exam pattern, cut off.

NEET 2018 Exam Date, Admit Card (Available), Syllabus – CBSE NEET Exam 2018Latest: Candidates can now download the admit card of NEET 2018. Click Here to download it.

NEET 2018

NEET 2018 admit card can be downloaded at cbseneet.nic.in. Date of release of NEET admit card is April 17, 2018. It is being issued via NEET candidate login. Candidates who have applied can login to download it before exam. To know more, read on.

NEET 2018 Important Dates

NEET 2018 Dates
Exam Dates
Application form submission in online mode started on 08 Feb 2018
Application form submission in online mode ends on 09 Mar 2018 12 Mar 2018 (05:30 PM)
Candidates can pay fee until 10 Mar 2018 13 Mar 2018 (11:50 PM)
Availability of application form correction from 12 Mar 2018 15 Mar 2018
Last date for application form correction 16 Mar 2018 17 Mar 2018
Admit Card issue date 17 Apr 2018
Date of exam (announced) 06 May 2018
Display of answer key After exam
Result declaration date By 05 Jun 2018
Counselling Dates (subject to change)
First round of counselling for AIQ, Deemed, CI 12 Jun 2018 – 24 Jun 2018
Last date of joining after first round of counselling for AIQ, Deemed, CI 03 Jul 2018
First round of state counselling 25 Jun 2018 – 05 Jul 2018
Last date of joining after first round of state counselling 12 Jul 2018
Second round of counselling for AIQ, Deemed, CI 06 Jul 2018 – 12 Jul 2018
Last date of joining after second round of counselling for AIQ, Deemed, CI 22 Jul 2018
Second round of state counselling 15 Jul 2018 – 26 Jul 2018
Last date of joining after second round of state counselling 03 Aug 2018
Mop up round of counselling for state 04 Aug 2018 – 08 Aug 2018
Last date of joining after mop up round in state 12 Aug 2018
Forwarding list of students in orer of merit, equalling to ten times the number of vacant seats to the medical colleges by the counselling authority for state 13 Aug 2018
Mop up round of counselling for Deemed, CI 12 Aug 2018 – 22 Aug 2018
Last date of joining after mop up round in deemed, CI 26 Aug 2018
Forwarding list of students in orer of merit, equalling to ten times the number of vacant seats to the medical colleges by the counselling authority for deemed, CI 27 Aug 2018
Last date of joining in state 18 Aug 2018
Last date of joining in deemed, CI 31 Aug 2018

For all older news: check all news related to NEET exam 2018.

NEET 2018: Admit Card

The CBSE has issued Admit Card of NEET (UG) 2018 on the Board’s website at cbseneet.nic.in. CBSE does not send any individual intimation or send the admit card by post. However, you may receive an email about Admit Card on the registered email id. Candidates must check their Roll number, name, father’s name, category, sub-category, photograph, signature, date of birth, language of question paper with name and address of examination centre. Inform the board in case of a discrepancy.

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Exam Schedule

Entry In Exam Hall 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Invigilators Will Check NEET 2018 Admit Card 9:30 AM to 9:45 AM
Test Booklet Distribution 9:45 AM
Candidates To Break NEET 2018 Question Paper Seal 9:55 AM
Last Entry In Exam Hall 9:30 AM
Start Of NEET 2018 10 AM
End Of Test 1 PM

Things you need to bring on day of exam: NEET 2018 admit card, passport size photograph.

Rough work: You will do rough work in NEET 2018 test booklet only.

Pen: You will get pen at test centre.

NEET 2018: Dress Code

NEET 2018 applicants are informed that exam conducting body sticks to the dress code very seriously. Therefore this time as well take special note of the dress code.

It is important to know the dress code before going for exam. Some of you may also be travelling to different cities for the exam, so you should know what the dress code is beforehand to pack those clothes only.

In the brochure only CBSE has announced exact dress code for the exam. And going by past year trends, they are quite strictly followed. The reason behind CBSE imposing rules on what to wear and what not to wear for the exam is to avoid cheating cases. Earlier many students used to hide cheating material in their dresses.

Things that you can wear: Slippers and sandals with low heels for footwear; no shoes. Trousers or salwar for lower-body wear. In upper body you can wear half sleeve light clothes without big brooch or badge or button or flower.

Things that you cannot wear: Shoes, sunglasses, full sleeves clothes, watches, bracelets, any sort of jewelry, saree, cap.

How to prepare for NEET 2018 in one month?

Are you nervous? It’s ok. Its normal to be a little nervous right now. But remember that battles are not won with a shaking hand.

It is the beginning of your journey. Today you are facing a pen and paper exam. Tomorrow, you will be in even more nerve wracking situations. After all, becoming a doctor is not cakewalk.

So if you are nervous, stand in front of the mirror and tell yourself that you are brave and you can crack NEET 2018.

In the last one month before NEET 2018, your complete focus should be on the following things.

  • Revising all that you have learnt.
  • Brushing up the facts and figures, all that requires memorizing.
  • Building up speed.
  • Being super familiar with the exam pattern
  • Staying motivated.

When it comes to revision, referring self made notes are most recommended. If you don’t have any notes, then go through most important points of every chapter. Same applies to facts and figures.

There is only one way to build speed and that is practice. Solve many questions. One way to do this is to solve past year papers. In this last one month you can solve one past year paper of NEET, JIPMER, AIIMS every day.

This will also take care of the other point that is becoming familiar with pattern.

As far as motivation is concerned, I know you are a champ and you can do it. Now that I know you are a champ, I am pretty sure you can just repeat that in your head, and get motivated. If not, then there is another way. Remind yourself of what made you want to give NEET 2018 in the first place; remember the CORE MOTIVATION.

Best of luck. You can surely crack NEET 2018.

NEET 2018 Exam Date, Admit Card (Available), Syllabus – CBSE NEET Exam 2018

NEET 2018: Syllabus

The syllabus for NEET 2018 is same as last year’s. There are no changes in the syllabus. It comprises of physics, chemistry, biology. Topics and level of units in PCB is same as that taught in classes 11th and 12th in standard boards in India. Nevertheless, to avoid confusion since each board has different syllabi, the official syllabus of NEET 2018 is available.

You can view / download the syllabus here:

NEET 2018: Exam Pattern

(i) No. of Question: Total 180 questions

(ii) Exam Mode: offline mode (pen and paper based mode).

(iii) Type of Question: Objective type questions

(iv) Subjects: Physics, Chemistry & Biology (Zoology & Botany)

(v) Exam Duration: 3 hours.

(vi) Language: framing of question paper shall be in the following languages including- English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

(vii) Marking Scheme: +4 marks for correct answer

(vii) Negative Marking: -1 mark is deducted for each incorrect answer

Subject No. of Question Marks per question Marks
Chemistry 45 4 180
Physics 45 4 180
Zoology 45 4 180
Botany 45 4 180
Total 180 4 720

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Objective Biology Trueman’s Objective Biology for NEET

Significance of NEET 2018

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) – 2018. All medical aspirants must appear in NEET as it is the only medical entrance exam in India apart from AIIMS and JIPMER. The role of CBSE is upto conduct of exam and declaration of result. After that, counselling authorities will conduct counselling. All medical and dental colleges in India, that have recognition from MCI/DCI must accept NEET scores only for admission, they cannot hold separate exams.

NEET 2018: Candidate Login

Those who apply can login at cbseneet.nic.in. The candidate login of NEET 2018 will be the single login page where registered users can sign in to see their forms, download admit card. It may also serve as the login for admit card can download, however usually CBSE launches separate link for that.

How to login?

You can login with registration number and password. Simply go to the login page and enter these two details and click on login link.

Forgot password, what to do?

Candidate login page has a link for “forgot password”. Click on that if you forget password. Then you will reach the page to retrieve password through three means. You can either opt to get it through OTP or through security question or third option is if you have forgotten mobile number and email ID.

  • If you opt for OTP mode then you enter your registration number, name, DOB.
  • In the event of choosing security question, you enter registration number, name, DOB, security question, answer.
  • If you forgot email ID and number, then you enter registration number, name, DOB, father’s name, mother’s name.

NEET 2018: Official Website

The official website of NEET 2018 is cbseneet.nic.in. Apart from that, some updates also reflect at cbse.nic.in.

Notification, syllabus, application form, admit card all will / are available at cbseneet.nic.in. However at the time of result, it will come at cbseresults.nic.in.

NEET 2018: Answer Key

After the entrance test, CSBE board shall publish challengeable answer key in codes of A, B, C and D. You will be able to see the images of OMR responses that you had marked in the paper. Candidates noticing error can challenge the answer key with authentic support. You will also get an opportunity to submit representation against the OMR grading as well as answer key. Fee amount for challenging is Rs.1000/- per response. Refund of amount is subject to board accepting challenge.

NEET 2018: Result

Central Board of Secondary Education will announce NEET 2018 Result on June 5, 2018. Result of NEET 2018 shall be announced on basis of performance in exam as per evaluation of answer sheets. Candidates are awarded marks out of 720. Result is hosted on website www.cbseneet.nic.in. Candidates need to log in using roll number which is shown in NEET 2018 admit card, and date of birth.

Re-checking

As the marks are evaluated by OMR reader machine with extreme care, No rechecking is accepted. Your request for revaluation will be rejected.

Cut off of NEET 2018

Candidates must score marks in NEET 2018 equal to or more than cut off, in order to qualify. Only then they are eligible for MBBS/BDS admission. As per MCI / DCI guidelines, candidate must obtain marks equivalent to 50th percentile (or 40th percentile for SC/ST.OBC, and 45th percentile for UR-PH) in NEET 2018 to be considered for admission to MBBS/BDS in that academic session.

Category Cut off percentile Cut off marks 2018 Cut off marks 2017
Others 50th percentile Will be published with NEET 2018 result 131
SC, ST, OBC 40th percentile Will be published with NEET 2018 result 107
UR-PH 45th percentile Will be published with NEET 2018 result 118

NEET 2018: Application Form

Candidates can fill NEET 2018 application form at cbseneet.nic.in. One must retain at least three printouts of confirmation page, proof of fee payment, 5 copies of passport size photograph (same as the one scanned), 2 post card size photos (same as in form) after submitting form.

How to apply?

You can apply / register for NEET 2018 by going through following steps.

  1. Fill the online application form. Then note down registration number.
  2. Upload photograph as well as signature.
  3. Pay application fee in any one mode.
  4. Now you can print confirmation page and fee payment proof.

Application fees

It is confirmed that the application fee for NEET 2018 will be as follows.

Category Fee
General, OBC Rs 1400
SC, ST, PH Rs 750

Photograph, signature specifications

In the second step of application form, you will upload scanned copies of passport size photo and signature. Their specifications are as follows.

Photograph should be recent, passport size, with white background. It should have your (candidate’s) name and date of taking photograph. Scan the photograph in high quality and save it as jpeg file. Size of the scanned file should be between 10 kb and 100 kb.

Signature should also be in jpeg format. Its size should be between 3 kb and 20 kb.

Changes in NEET 2018

Age limit has been re-introduced. Now upper age limit is 25 years for general candidates, and 30 years for SC/ST/OBC candidates. General candidate born between 07.05.1993 and 01.01.2002, and SC/ST/OBC/PwD candidates born between 07.05.1988 and 01.01.2002 are eligible. But now Delhi High Court has given interim relief to upper age limit. Final hearing is in April. Candidates can fill form even if they are older, but their final eligibility will be decided upon outcome of final hearing results.

No attempts limit. Until last year there was an attempts limit of 3 in NEET. Now the same has been removed. So now candidates do not have to worry how many times they are appearing in NEET.

Open school candidates and private candidates are not eligible. As per the amendment in Graduate Medical Education Regulations, Candidates who have passed 10+2 from NIOS or State Open School or as a private candidate shall not be eligible to appear for NEET (UG). Furthermore, the study of Biology/Biotechnology as an additional subject at 10+2 level also shall not be permissible. But now Delhi High Court has given interim relief to open school candidates and private candidates. Final hearing is in April. Candidates can fill form even if they are from open school or private candidates, but their final eligibility will be decided upon outcome of final hearing results.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have joined NEET system. Their 15% all India quota seats are now added for admission through NEET. Therefore candidates belonging to AP and TS are also eligible for 15% AIQ seats now.

Ayush admissions will also be through NEET 2018. Previously the NEET exam was only for MBBS and BDS admissions. But now, Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy admissions will also be on the basis of NEET exam.

Urdu has been introduced as a new question paper language. Now the languages in which NEET 2018 question paper will be available are English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

Reservation for differently abled candidates increased to 5%. This is in tune with the Rights of Persons with Disability Act, 2016. Previously, reservation was 3%.

Number of test cities has been increased. Last year the exam took place in 103 cities. This year the exam will be at 150 cities in India.

 

NEET 2018: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must ensure that they fulfill eligibility criteria of NEET 2018 before applying. Check all criteria of eligibility here.

Educational qualification: You should pass physics, chemistry, biology/biotechnology, english individually in qualifying exam. Also you should have at least 50% aggregate in PCB. If you belong to SC/ST/OBC category then minimum marks requirement is 40%. If you belong o UR-PH category then it is 45%. For SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH, minimum marks requirement is 40% only.

Section 4 – qualifications and qualifying examination codes in NEET 2018 information brochure mentions the qualifying exams, students of which are eligible for NEET 2018.

Age limit

  • Lower age limit (as on 31 Dec 2018): 17 years.
  • Upper age limit (as on date of exam): 25 years (5 years relaxation for SC/ST/OBC).

NEET 2018 Exam Date, Admit Card (Available), Syllabus – CBSE NEET Exam 2018

But now Delhi High Court has given interim relief to upper age limit. Final hearing is in April. Candidates can fill form even if they are older, but their final eligibility will be decided upon outcome of final hearing results.

Open school candidates

Candidates who have passed 10+2 from Open Schools or as Private candidates are, unfortunately, not eligible. Also, study of Biology / Bio-technology as an Additional Subject at 10+2 level also shall not be permissible. But now Delhi High Court has given interim relief to open school candidates and private candidates. Final hearing is in April. Candidates can fill form even if they are from open school or private candidates, but their final eligibility will be decided upon outcome of final hearing results.

Important instruction for candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jammu and Kashmir

As the States of Andhra Pradesh and Telengana have decided to join and contribute their MBBS/BDS seats for the allotment to the candidates under 15% All India Quota from the academic year 2018-19 onward, the candidates belonging to these States shall also be eligible for 15% All India Quota seats.

NEET 2018: Notification

NEET 2018 Exam Date, Admit Card (Available), Syllabus – CBSE NEET Exam 2018

NEET 2018: Information Bulletin

NEET 2018 Frequently Asked Questions

CBSE has published answers to most frequently asked questions based on the calls, emails and grievances received from the aspiring candidates of NEET (UG), 2018.

Qs 1. I have submitted the fee in NEET 2018 application form but my confirmation page has not been generated.

Ans. The generation of confirmation page is linked with payment of fee. If NIC portal did not receive fee then confirmation page will not be generate. If you have paid the fee and confirmation page has not been generated, you are requested to make the efforts to take the print out of your confirmation page in next 24 hours as there could be delay in updation of fees on NIC server from your gateway payment. Fee payment may reflect within 24 hours maximum. Thereafter if your confirmation page still does not generate, pay the fee once again and take the printout of the confirmation page. You will get refund of excess fee in your account.

Qs 2. I have made the double payment, when will I get refund for my additional fee?

Ans. The fee not updated will be refunded to you by your bank/payment gateway within 7 working days in the same account from where the payment has been made. This is as per the bank’s policy.

Qs 3. I have submitted the form of NEET 2018 and now I wish to make the payment of fee. However, the payment of fee i.e. Step 3 page is not available.

Ans. The payment of fee is step 3. You can reach this through candidate’s login after entering User Id and Password which you generated.

Qs 4. I am making payment of fee for NEET 2018 through net banking, however unable to make the payment.

Ans. If payment of fee through net banking is not successful you may use other modes also for making the payment of fee within due period only. Other modes are Debit/Credit Card and e – wallet etc. In any case, you will not be permitted to make the payment after the last date of submission of fee and your candidature without the fee will not be accepted.

Qs 5. In my Aadhaar Card only the name of my mother is mentioned being the ward of single parent. There is no name of my father in my Aadhaar Card.

Ans. Please mention your father’s name as “XXXX”, if the father’s name column is blank in the Aadhaar Card.

Qs 6. When I am submitting my NEET 2018 application form, after some time, my session is expired before submission of online application form. Thus, application remains incomplete or does not submit.

Ans. The maximum time for submission of application form is 30 minutes. If you are submitting application and taking more than the stipulated time, session will expire. To avoid this situation, you may first submit the one part of application and then save it as draft. In the similar manner you can complete the application form.

Qs 7. How I will get proof of fee payment to CBSE for NEET UG 2018?

Ans. Once Confirmation page generates, it means you paid the fees. Further, in the confirmation page in lower portion the fee details, transaction made and the transaction id are provided. In addition to above no separate receipt of payment of fee is provided.

Qs 8. While submitting the application, I have committed mistake by filling my category as UR in place of SC.

Ans. There were clear instructions to submit the details correctly and carefully. However, applicants will get only one opportunity to make the correction in their data from 15/03/2018 to 17/03/2018. Candidates can make correction only during this period. Neither opportunity will be available to the candidates after this schedule and nor will CBSE accept any request on the same. The submission of correct details is the responsibility of the candidate and result will be on basis of the same data and CBSE will not make any change in any manner.

Qs 9. While filling the NEET 2018 application form I have interchanged the parents name.

Ans. Same as above

Qs 10. I have submitted the wrong qualifying code, how to correct it?

Ans. Same as above

Qs 11. I wish to change my examination city which I have already submitted in application form.

Ans. Same as above

Qs 12. I have uploaded the photograph without name and date of taking photograph. What should I do?

Ans. Once you upload photograph you cannot change anything now. CBSE will accept the photograph without name and date of taking photograph, if otherwise CBSE finds it correct.

Qs 13. I am a citizen of Nepal, neither I am having Aadhaar number and nor having passport number. How to submit the form?

Ans. You can use any Govt. Identity Proof.

Qs 14. I am not able to upload the photograph and signature after taking the photograph from mobile.

Ans. In such cases, open photograph in photo shop and save it in jpg format and thereafter upload the same on website.

Qs 15. I have passed class XIIth from the National Institute of Open Schooling/State Open School. Now, I am ineligible for NEET(UG) 2018, kindly accept my candidature.

Ans. CBSE is responsible for holding the examination. Medical Council of India has provided the eligibility criteria which you can read in the Information Bulletin. Many queries are being received on the eligibility criteria from candidates who have passed from open school, private candidates etc. Such candidates are advised to follow the instructions given by MCI. CBSE has no role to play in it. Therefore no reply to any such query on the eligibility condition will be given by the CBSE. To ensure your eligibility, the simple formula is that you kindly verify your eligibility by ensuring that you must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BioTechnology with English (Core) continuously for 02 years and must have secured 50% marks individually and otherwise.

CBSE NEET UG 2018 Official Notifications Released

If you have any queries on NEET 2018, please ask in the comments section below or at discussion forum.

197 COMMENTS

  1. Are the students from Andhra eligible for AIQ seats this time. As according to the article above \what I understand is that they are. Can some clear it?

    • Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J&K students are usually asked to submit Self Declaration in respect of candidates if they opt for seats under 15% All India Quota . Students from the States of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K are NOT ELIGIBLE for 15% all India quota seats as these States had opted out of All India Scheme since its inception. If they claim eligibility, they must submit online Self Declaration which will be generated and printed automatically along with confirmation page for the record and to present during counselling.

  2. Mera 12th mein 41% hain and pcb mein individual 46% hain.and mein non creamy layer obc reservation hnu .then can i eligible in neet 2018

  3. I got 58 %aggregate in pcb but I have got 23 marks in physics theory and I donot know I have given grace marks or I have passed myself so I am elligable in Neet? Or I. Should give improvement exam

    • Hi Vishwesh
      If you belong to SC/ST and OBC category then only you can apply as per the criteria-

      candidate should have obtained at least 50% marks for GEN, whereas for general-PH, the requirement is 45% marks while for SC/ST and OBC, the requirement is 40%.

  4. Sir meri +2 Mein 48%hain aur pcb mein 47% hain mein obc category ka hnu .kya mein neet de sakta hnu aur yadi meri achi rank aayi to kya aIQ15% pe padh sakti hnj

    • Hi Niru
      As per the eligibility you can apply

      candidate should have obtained at least 50% marks for GEN, whereas for general-PH, the requirement is 45% marks while for SC/ST and OBC, the requirement is 40%.

  5. I’m currently studying 12th std in matriculation.Pls help me to join neet crash course after completing my board xams.May i know it is possible to score gud marks in neet within the short period of time.

  6. Sir I am rj yadav. Sir maine pahle math, physics, chemistry, hindi, english, up board se intermediate kiya, I am passout in all subject jisme mere 80%marks aaye. After one year maine single subject biology se kiya jisme mai passout ho. Sir kya mai neet se mbbs ki council ke eligible hoo ya nahi? Plz sir tell me I am very puzzle.

  7. sir,
    My son is appearing for his 12th in march 2018. he has been studying in chennai from 8th std. is he eligable under AP or Tamilnadu as a local student. please provide details

  8. I found your blog to be very informative and interesting. It’s actually a great and helpful piece of information. I am satisfied that you simply shared this helpful info with us. Please stay us informed like this.

  9. Mare 12th me 49.5%hai aur physics me 51% chemistry me 51% aur biology me 51% hai kya me neet entrances de sakta hu please tell me

    • Hi Naved Khan

      Yes per the eligibility- The candidates should have at least 50% marks for GEN, whereas for general-PH, the requirement is 45% marks while for SC/ST and OBC, the requirement is 40%.

      You can apply

    • Hi Sushil,
      It is said that NEET application form will be released in the last week of this month. So it maybe released any minute now. Keep updated.

  10. Please let me know whether an aadhar card taken in the year 2014 is sufficient (before 18 years of age) or the student has to take new aadhar card before filling admission forms.

    • Dear Vasant,
      I think its enough, because even my aadhar was taken during that time, and I haven’t heard that it should be changed until now.

    • CBSE is yet to announce its final decision on NIOS open school students. As of now only MCI has given this proposal.

      The board will give its decision in a few days.

      • Thank you Mam, Could you please inform me if further announcements are made in this context. It is very confusing and exhausting to look over the internet.

        • Hi Rohan

          Yeah sure! You can either subscribe by entering your email ID (see top of the screen for subscribe option) or if you don’t see the subscribe option, send an email to [email protected] and you will be manually subscribed.

  11. Sir Good Evening, please tell me for Forensics Doctor separate exam conduct OR through NEET selected / go to Forensics Doctor. If separate exam conduct, please tell me as and when apply and who to apply. Thank you.

    • To become a forensic pathologist, you have to first complete MBBS then complete an MD in Forensic Medicine.

      So have you completed MBBS? If yes then now you will appear in MD entrance exam. If not, then you will first appear in NEET UG, do MBBS, then go for MD entrance exam.

    • Abhi form ka date nhn aya hai. Aisa apekshit hai ki form january end tak a jayega. pichhli baar exam 7 may ko tha aur form 31 jan aya tha. toh is baar kyuki paper 7 may ko hai isliye form 30 jan ko a sakta hai.

    • Hi Sampada
      Till now there is no official announcement on release of application forms but as the exam dates are announced.The application form will be available in a couple of days.

    • Hi Sssrilatha

      Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Oversees Citizen of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin
      (PIOs) & Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG) as per the information till now. But wait till the official notification to be released.

    • Hi Arpan

      As per the eligibility criteria you can apply!!

      you should have at least 50% aggregate in PCB. If you belong to SC/ST/OBC category then minimum marks requirement is 40%. If you belong o UR-PH category then it is 45%. For SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH, minimum marks requirement is 40% only.

  12. I comes under OBC category in Maharashtra state. But not in central list. What should I write in category? For Neet 2018? To get admission in Maharashtra.? Also same problem for JEE.

    • Hi Onkar

      If you belong to general category then you can’t apply as you should have at least 50% aggregate in PCB. If you belong to SC/ST/OBC category then minimum marks requirement is 40%. If you belong o UR-PH category then it is 45%. For SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH, minimum marks requirement is 40% only.

    • Hi Sourabh. The brochure is not yet available and the notification does not say so. Brochure should be available in a little while and then this point will be cleared up.

  13. hey, I have taken biology as an additional subject. As they r saying i am unable to give neet 2018 due to the additional subject . Is it true??? i am prepearing for medicals for last three years. I am above 22 years now. What should i do now?? I don’t have any scope ????
    I should not study ????
    What shoulld i do ???? I am going crazy!!

    • Hi Ankit. I am afraid it is true that students with Biology / Biotechnology as additional subject in 10+2 are not eligible. But please don’t lose heart. You can still apply for AIIMS and JIPMER if you fulfill their eligibility.

    • please state your pcb aggregate without grace..i should satisfy the following criteria..
      You should pass physics, chemistry, biology/biotechnology, english individually in qualifying exam. Also you should have at least 50% aggregate in PCB. If you belong to SC/ST/OBC category then minimum marks requirement is 40%. If you belong o UR-PH category then it is 45%. For SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH, minimum marks requirement is 40% only.

  14. Hi, My native is Tamil Nadu, and till 10th (CBSE) i studied in Kuwait since my father is working in Kuwait.So i am NRI student. Currently i am studying 12th (CBSE syllabus )in AndraPradesh .
    My question is, Am i eligible for Tamil Nadu or Andra or NRI quota or both? Please confirm.

  15. which state should i fill for 15%quota?……though m from rajathan but staying in for last 7 years and completed my 10tn and 12th from pune itself…kindly provide me which state should i fill?

    • As per the officials,
      Such decisions need to be taken by the candidates themselves. However, it is clarified that such candidates can apply for counseling in both Uttar Pradesh and Delhi and during the counseling, his/her eligibility for the 85% Quota seats will be checked by the State Admitting Authorities and if he is found eligible, he will be given admission otherwise not.

  16. Sir Namaste,
    I am a Nepalese student. Every year some students get chances to study MBBS in India through Indian Embassy. Last year the embassy in Nepal notified that Nepalese students too have to pass NEET exam. I have completed CBSE last year and I qualify for applying. Is there any NEET test centre in Nepal? I have Nepalese citizenship certificate issued by the DM (Chief District Officer), Do I still have to submit passport? Normally it takes about one and half month (or even more) to receive passports in Nepal. If passport is the must, I may not be able to apply this year.
    Please reply and solve my problem.
    Sincerely,
    Sushmita Karna
    (NEPAL)

  17. i have paid money for my neet application. but they took the money and the page is like as if i have not even paid the money….. whether i need to pay again or they will refund my money or what to do……?
    please help me

  18. Sir I have submitted NEET 2018 appl successfully and generated confirmation page but still having doubt regarding 15% All India Quota state and 85% quota in home state pls clarify with following details:-
    1. My Pmt home address written in appl as Uttar Pradesh (Having Domicile of UP)
    2. My Birth place is selected Pune, Maharashtra (Having Birth Certificate issued from Pune Municipality
    3. I have selected Maharashtra State in column for 15% All India Quota).
    4. Presently studying in Kochi (Kerala)as my father is serving in defence.
    5. Confirmation page showing Eligibility State as Maharashtra
    So please tell me
    (a) what about 85% home state quota
    (b) Should I change my eligibility state as UP instead of Maharashtra during correction time
    (c) If borne in Maharashtra then am I eligible for 85% quota in Maharashtra state (not having Domicile)
    Request clarify please.

    • Similar query in my mind.
      A candidate is having domicile certificate of Bihar.
      But 2 years ago, he changed his address to New Delhi due to some reason.
      Now he wants to apply for Karnataka state as MBBS seats are more there.
      He is also from OBC NCL category.
      What is your advice?

  19. As per Code 2 of Information bulletin released by cbse,it stated that :

    “Provided that 2 year of regular and continuous study of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology taking together shall be
    required at 10+2 level for all the candidates.”

    Does this mean that a candidate who has repeated a year in 11th or 12th standard is NOT eligible for NEET 2018?

  20. Hello sir,, mne 12th mr 6 subject liye the,, hindi, english,, chemistry,, physics,,biology,, to meri markseet me ye nhi pta chal rha ki additional me kon sa subject h, math or bio me se,, lekin total marks me bio ke marks add h,, kya m neet ka exam de skti hu?

  21. 2017 ME NEET KA EXAM DIYA THA …ALREADY REGISTERD HOO.. KYA FIR SE IS SAAL FIR SE NEW REGISTRATION KARNA HOGA …REPLY PLEASE

  22. SIR MAI …2017 ME NEET KA EXAM DI THI …KYA MUJHE FIR SE 2018 ME NEW REGISTRATION KARNA HOGA YA PURANA USER ID AND PASS.. SE IS SAAL KA EXAM KA FORM BHAR SAKTE HAI

  23. It is necessary to wear spectacles while taking photo for NEET application as we wear regularly please…………I want it immediately

  24. I want to say that , I have cast certificate from u.p but appearing exam from mahashtra does cast certificate will be giving importance in maharashtra

  25. My native place is in West Bengal. My daughter completed her 10th class from West Bengal & she is appearing her 12th class from Gujarat, Is she eligible for 85 % quota in both West Bengal & Gujarat ? What should she write about the “State of eligibility” – Gujarat OR West Bengal ?

  26. Your comment is awaiting moderation
    Similar query in my mind.
    A candidate is having domicile certificate of Bihar.
    But 2 years ago, he changed his address to New Delhi due to some reason.
    Now he wants to apply for Karnataka state as MBBS seats are more there.
    He is also from OBC NCL category.
    What is your advice?

  27. sir, i have paid my fees through debit card 3 days ago and yet my page is not getting updated. i have sent message through grievence option and they told me again and again to wait 24 hours and then if the problem persists to pay again. they told me they will return the excess money but when i asked how, they did not give me any reply. i have since sent emails and tried to call too. i have not gotten any reply. what will i do?

  28. Sir I have passed my 12th boards in 2016 .I am an isc student.I had a backlog in phy paper which i cleared in the year 2017 by giving improvement examination and satisfied the 50% eligibility criteria in pcb but i have got a separate supplementary marksheet in which only the improved marks of phy has been printed .so my question is wether both the marksheets are acceptable or not and am i eligible for neet 2018?

  29. Sir, I am student from Tamil Nadu. My 12th and other local certificate has a Name of me as “Arjun S”,
    but as per my aadhaar card its “Arjun Sunder”. Sunder is father’s name.

    Which name i should use ?

    or should i need to change my Aadhaar Card name to “Arjun S” ? , Is it compulsory ?

    kindly please help me to deal with it.

  30. I have applied for neet exam…i have gave my aadhar name which has no initial…..bt in school records i have initial is there any problem in that

  31. Dear Sir/Madam
    I passed H.S.Exam from WBCHSE-Esy Bengal in 2017 with Science.

    Out of 100 Marks . I obtained follwing

    Physics:- 46
    Chemistry 43
    Biology 48
    English 77
    My age :-20 years
    Can I apply NEET 2018 . Pl. inform me

    Regards

    Sayantika De

  32. SIR,My name on Aadhar card and hall ticket is different..I have updated my name on Aadhar..but till now it has not been updated…Then,What should I do?

  33. sir my father is a government teacher and i have opted for government services option in the neet 2018 application form will this be a problem wiil i be having a chance to correct it in case it is wrong

  34. I have mentioned my E mai ID erroneously.As per correction instructions I doubt if it can be corrected when the window opens on 12th mar.Can anybody know the solution ?

  35. I am studying b.pharm now.which qualification code should I use in the application form? Please please reply me.I am too much confused

  36. Sir, l have applied for neet.sir mera naam Mansi hai . jab mai form fill kar rahi thi to apna naam Mansi likhi thi kyuki mai sirf Mansi hi likhti hu.par jab maine Id proof me adhaar no. Dali to usme invalid name Dikha raha tha kyuki adhaar card me Mansi Rangari likha hai to maine name wale column me Mansi Rangari fill kar di .to mujhe kya karna chahiye ,mai Kaise use correct kar Sankti hu.
    I’m very confused.
    Please reply me ,sir.

  37. Sir email confirm Kaise karu usme to option hi nhi hai. Its a stupid question but I’m posting comment for the first time that’s why I’m asking this .

  38. I have twice passed the examination of 12th. But I did not fail.to increase my percentage, i had again examined..am i eligible for the NEET exam?

  39. I have a confusion that yesterday i log in neet to see my application form but there is no any option then i clicked on correction link After seeing details And then log out but there is option below ti submit nd preview but i done nothing just logout there is any problem

  40. So I do have the same problem I have simply got login and checked the details about correction and the option below it was preview and submit I pressed the button but its showing that ur correction request has not been completed is there any problem plzzz help me regarding that

  41. Sir I have opted by mistake for paper medium Hindi in place of English
    Weather the paper will be in hindi and English both or only in hindi

  42. Sir I have opted by mistake for Que.paper medium marathi in place of English
    Weather the paper will be in marathi and English , both or only in marathi??? &
    Send me plz bombay neet branch office adrs…

    • Your question paper will be bilingual i.e. in English and Marathi.
      and you can call on these no. of NEET BRANCH: 9773720177, 9773720178
      9773720179 .

      • 1.Help desk (011-22041808)
        2.Toll free (1800118002)
        3.Neet Branch [ 9773720177,178,179]

        4.help Desk (011-22041807, 011-22041808)
        [email protected]

        5. Toll free No 1800118002
        6.Neet.branch (011-22019683 , 011-22521081)

        7. Special Help line for neet exam
        (9599590192.. /193/195/196) & (9399590194)

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