Can I change my examination city now that I have already submitted the form?
The answer to all four of the above is yes, you will be able to change these details in the NEET application correction window that opens between March 12 and March 16, 2018. Please ensure that all the details are entered correctly in this window as no other chance to change the form will be given.
How to know if I am eligible for NEET or not?
As per the CBSE, "The simple formula to verify your eligibility is by ensuring that you have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology with English (Core) continuously for two years and have secured the required category-wise percentage".
What are the details which will be verified via Aadhar?
The details which will be immediately authenticated through the candidate’s Aadhar number include Candidate’s name, Gender and Date of Birth. The candidate should enter their Mother’s name and Father’s name as given in their Class 10 High School certificate.
I am in BSc first year and am about to appear for first year University exam. Which qualification code should I enter in the NEET application form?
If your first year BSc includes Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology with practicals, then the marks you secure in the first year final exam will be the qualifying marks. Equally importantly, you should also have previously cleared your Class XII with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as core subjects from a regular board. The qualification code in this case will be 05.
What is the upper age criteria for appearing in NEET 2018?
Only Unreserved/General candidates yet to attain 25 years of age as on the date of exam and Reserved candidates yet to attain 30 years on date of exam will be eligible to apply for NEET 2018. Unreserved candidates must be born on or after May 7, 1993 and Reserved candidates must be born on or after May 7, 1988.