Students appearing for NEET 2018 on May 6 must take note that that the clock at exam centres are according to the clock on official website cbseneet.nic.in. Candidates must tune their time of reporting as per it.
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CBSE has announced the result of NEET 2018 on June 4, 2018 at 12:20 PM. Canidates can check their result now in online mode. Best of luck!
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The clock in question can be located on the main page of cbseneet.nic.in. It is on display towards the left, just below the motivational quotes.
Candidates who need to report from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM must do so as per clock they see on website. Likewise, those who have to report from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM should match their timings with it.
From reporting time, to slot allotted for checking NEET 2018 admit card, distribution of test booklet, allowing test takers to break the seal of test booklet, last entry in exam centre, commencement and conclusion of test – all will be as per NEET 2018 clock.
Test takers will also observe that there will be wall clocks at main entry point of examination centre. This will also be there to ensure that no one gets entry after last reporting time. All should set their clock as per time displayed on NEET website.
On the day of NEET exam, candidates will last get entry at 9:30 AM. Once inside, invigilators will check admit cards from 9:30 AM to 9:45 AM. Then at 9:45 AM, they will distribute test booklets. Students can open test booklets and take out answer sheet at 9:55 AM. Exam starts at 10 AM and ends at 1 PM.
After the exam, NEET 2018 Answer Key can be checked set-wise. Candidates can know answers to all 180 questions by going through answer keys and solutions. They can also calculate marks and predict rank knowing answers and marking scheme (+4 for a correct answer, -1 for an incorrect answer).
At present, CBSE is running a status on cbseneet.nic.in that says, “Candidates are advised to read instructions printed along with admit card & chapter 5 , 9, 10 & 11 of information bulletin carefully for strict compliance.” Chapter 5 of NEET bulletin is about “instructions to be followed in the exam hall”. Chapter 9 is about “unfair practices and breach of examination rules”. After that chapter 10 is on “Information for parents/guardians”. Then chapter 11 is on “Barred items and dress code”.
Candidates should also take care of other important instructions, such as, they will not be allowed to take barred items inside examination centres. Also anyone found in possession will be prosecuted as per rules for using unfair means. All candidates should obey dress code for appearing in NEET UG 2018.
All should note that last entry in exam centre is 09.30 am. Tomorrow being the NEET exam, visit the centre one day before the examination to confirm the location of centre.